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When I set up the BWR site I included a few services that I have been looking at for some time and I will be updating their performance records regularly in the future. One service had been dormant for a while because the source information for making selections disappeared overnight! But the author, Chris Williams, is nothing if not resourceful and he has uncovered an alternative means of making selections which has been available for over a month now. So I have been following the revised method and it remains profitable at much the same level as before.
Called Football Trading Secrets Method 9 you can see the updated review by Clicking Here or if you prefer go straight to the method web page by Clicking Here. The system is very simple to operate and is at the lower end of the risk scale – it is back bets only and can be run at any time to suit the user. In the trial of the new method I have seen 148 successful bets and just 3 losers – a strike rate of 98%.
You should be able to recoup the modest one off fee within days so it is well worth a look.
Before I go a heads up about a recent spate of services appearing from deepest Yorkshire. I took a look at the 10XMethod’s first attempt to raise £100 to £1,000 which bombed spectacularly but there seems to be a more sinister side to things as well. The address quoted on the service emails is County Way, Barnsley, S70 2JW.
Since I started looking at this I have received at least 6 more services emails coming from the same address but to which I have not signed up or even asked for details. These services are sending offers of other services implying they have good experience of them but in reality are just the latest offerings to be doing the rounds.
This is poor practice indeed – a reputable company would never pass on your details – but it shows the potential money that can be made from an up to date email list.
The way to deal with such emails is both to unsubscribe and report them as spam. Most of these fly by nights are using professional email services which will soon ban them if they receive reports of spam from recipients so please take the time to do this as in the long run you are helping others as well as reducing the junk appearing in your own in box.
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