Everything about the marketing for this service screams scam. It is typical appeal to greed and contains completely unverified claims about past profitability. Even more you are asked to believe that the service subscribes to hundreds of other tipsters and somehow manages to distil their recommendations into 3 selections daily. You have to provide an email before you can even get to the payment page and when you sign up there is an immediate up-sell attempt where we are told another 60 tipsters are used and will make life even better than the £80k a year we can now expect when following their tips. (In theory only 1 in 5 new members are invited to this bonus but that is as believable as the assertion that only 40 places are available for new members.)
If you resist the extras and stick with the main service you are then left in complete limbo until the next morning when your selections arrive. There is no welcome advice nor instructions on staking for the selections. A request for definitive instructions on this point was ignored. Incidentally I waited a couple of days before signing here as the suggestion was that places would go in an hour or so! Two months later they are still being sold and another giveaway is the availability of the service via the Clickbank affiliate marketplace. If you go to the trouble of setting that up you are looking to sell a load more than 40 places – I had at least 15 emails from differing sources offering the service so you can see this was not the true situation.
Selections emails appear early most mornings and merely give 3 selections (sometimes already non runners) with no price advice but just a note to place the bets for the win. I find it equally unbelievable that these tips are derived from other tipsters – the majority of services do not advise their bets until the markets are open and developed and and overnight non runners can be taken into account along with the latest going predictions. To be able to produce these tips by the time achieved is not going to be possible if their source is other tipsters. There is a veiled suggestion that they receive their tips earlier than normal subscribers. Again as likely as England ever winning the world cup again.
We are told that the process refines the possible down to find tips that are at least 70% likely to win – a rather nebulous assertion as it could mean that the horse is in the top 3 in the betting or that a strike rate of 70% is likely. Prices have ranged from odds on to double figures at the time of receipt.
But now the question that really arises is why make all these fatuous claims as the service has performed well in the trial. Nothing like the claims of course but a strike rate of 23% with 31 points profit at BOG prices based on taking a price on receipt of the email. With an ROI of 16.67% and approaching 200 bets the potential does seem good here. Just why the service does not help it’s clients maximise their profits is a bit of a mystery. If you look at the price options on the proofing you will see that waiting for SP is not a good plan. The best BOG day to date saw 16 points profit and there can be no more than 3 points lost daily if you back at level stakes.
You have to ask why the service offers tips for life at a one off £30 especially in the light of the performance seen. A monthly subscription would be more than justified if what we have seen to date is maintained. Of course the whole thing could just be a way of getting an up to date mailing list but there does seem to be a trick being missed here. While time permits I will keep going with the monitoring and in the light of the results to date I think we have to award a positive rating – that said I retain severe reservations about the long term potential but with the 60 day Clickbank guarantee available you can take a look risk free.
I would not be splashing out large stakes until a much longer proofing period is seen but this service might just be the exception that proves the rule. And still forget the profit claims – at the level we are currently seeing to generate £80k per year would mean level stakes of around £660. Any takers?
Update 31/3/2018: At the end of February I thought that my fears were going to be justified with a near 30 point loss and a downwards spiral. But March has been just the opposite with a recovery past the previous peak and we now are seeing an overall BOG profit of 31 points at a reasonably respectable ROI of just under 9%, The strike rate remains low at 21% but some good priced winners have been seen which compensate for the variation with the marketing claims. The chances of this being other tipsters work is still laughable – the timing of emails makes this all but impossible and I cannot believe that a serious tipster would offer selections with odds at 25 to 1 ON!
That said I have seen much worse than this service and if it could reshape into a credible form might be worth following.