One of a series of services that have sprung up from County Way Barnsley this one is supposedly the result of the author’s contacts over many years with expert sports betting tipsters. The initial appeal is quite compelling with a 6 figure profit quoted for the last year and monthly profits promised in the thousands of pounds. Tellingly there are no results specified once you have fought your way past the need to enter an email to see the website properly. We are told that the service has a strike rate of close to 33%. But for those used to looking at service offers this is a pretty standard marketing mafia affair with few verifiable facts and a great deal of appeal to the greed element. Could this one be different though?
On signing up you register an email address to receive the selections which are sent twice a day as many cover the US scene. A 100 point betting bank is recommended with all selections staked at 1 point. (Note here that the profit claims are specified in currency rather that points which is a real warning sign.) The author describes himself as the Profit Multiplier Tipster Manager trying to imply that he is passing on tips from others to you.
The first thing you will notice when selections are received is that the prices are specified as “all being available on Betfair” – what this means is that Martin cannot be bothered to try to find the best odds for the tips he is sending you so hardly a good indicator of the standard of service you might expect. You will also notice that the odds are very much at the lower end of the range – as little as 1.11 – and with the number of selections received you could be forgive for thinking that all he is doing is looking down the daily Betfair lists for low odds and passing on a few of these to his subscribers. The average odds so far have been 1.52 at the prices quoted so you can see that at 1 point staking to make monthly profits of £8k is going to take a pretty large betting bank. I have noted at the initial stages of the spreadsheet the variance in odds available form those quoted and there could be a significant difference in outcome if the best prices are used.
In just over a month we have seen 403 selections spread across 8 sports with Basketball by far the largest sector at more than double the bets placed on soccer which is the second highest. There have been 273 winning bets (67.7%) which is more than twice the strike rate claimed in the marketing. But the profitability is derisory with just 6.4 points gained at an ROI of 1.59%. At £100 per point this would be £639 profit – the mind boggles at the £8k per month figure. The US sports show losses except for Ice Hockey with soccer the second best performer. A look at the graph shows that it is only since bet 250 onward that a profit has been seen for more than a day or so but even then it is all minimal. The average profit per bet is 0.016 points or £0.16 per £10 staked.
The author conveniently ignores performance in specific terms if reprising the previous day’s outcomes and even quotes a winning number of bets from the total whilst conveniently ignoring the fact that a loss was seen on the day.
We are asked to believe that the service is offered out of the goodness of the authors heart and that he is only charging to cover his costs. Funny then that he was promoting the service on the Clickbank affiliate market place with the advice that promoters could “Make Big Cash from this high converting offer”. And the more so that this service is not now being promoted there but automatically redirecting to another service coming from the County Way set up.
I suppose you might want to argue that the author is making your life easier by finding the banker style games for you without you having to do the work. If I could believe that there was any research going into the selections before they were released I might think he is having a poor run but there is no evidence to support any level of expertise here. The profit achieved from a 67% strike rate is laughable and appears to be achieved despite the incompetence demonstrated.
There is no way that I could recommend members subscribing to this service as it is deficient at every level. The profit claims are spurious and you will find safer and more advantageous homes for your betting. If you have subscribed I suggest you get a refund before your 60 days expires. I do not propose to waste any more time monitoring this service so there will be no further updates.