Avoid the scams, find out which Business Opportunities actually work
5th September 2012
Filed under: Betting — Ben @ 8:17 am

In my ongoing quest to find decent betting systems and opportunities I took a chance and ordered the “Automated Winners” horse racing betting system.

This purchase decision came only after recieving a glowing email recommendation from Matt Fyles – the man behind the 30 Minute Unitrader, Ternary, V System, Heptamatic and more.

(Matt Fyles and the 30 Minute UniTrader System is a page containing a full review of Fyles’ UniTrader system).

In his promotional email Matt said:

How would you like an income of up to £975.45 every day by doing nothing more that placing bets guaranteed to deliver “automated wins”.

The sales page promised that all you needed to do was log in each day, discover what the selections were and then place your bets.

So that’s what I did.

Sadly the system failed in my test.

Big time.

The recommended bank of 50 points was swiftly reduced by more than 60% in a matter of just a few weeks after following their selections.

And all this even though buyers were promised that they could turn £5 into hundreds of pounds everyday.

Fortunately this product was sold through Clickbank who have emailed me to let me know that my refund has been processed today.

What a waste of time.

The full review and results can be found on the main site:

Review of the Automated Winners betting system – including test results

And so the search goes on. Do you know of a decent tipster or betting system?

Or are they all a waste of time?

1 Comment »

  1. Reply to Ben

    Yes there are decent systems/tipsters out there. If you do some research you’ll find them, but they are few and far between.

    It’s taken me many years and several £000’s to make a good income from betting (predominantly horses).

    I am not prepared to say what system/tipsters because you need to be determined enough to do the aforementioned research.

    I’ll say a couple of things though.

    Firstly, if you don’t already – follow Pricewise in the Racing Post.

    Secondly, and this is part of my unwillingness to share, Pricewise frequently goes through long losing runs of 15, 20, 25, 30 and more. From my Pricewise bets, there have been 24 consecutive losers this year and 31 last year.

    Another tipster who I value highly had 57 consecutive losers earlier this year. Lastly, my own “system” has had losing runs of 29 and 39 this year and profitwise, for this year anyway, I’m beating everyone else that I subscribe to!

    You need a good mindset to be able to cope with tipsters/systems at the seriously profitable end of the scale.

    Peter Couchman

    Comment by peter couchman — 27th September 2012 @ 4:48 pm

RSS feed for comments on this post.

Leave a comment