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Peter Makes £50 Per Day From Betfair, Using a 9 Year Old Method, See This.

We heard about Peter back in 2007, when he was receiving rave reviews about some information he was selling about making returns using Betfair. Peter unfortunately decided that he was going to stop promoting his methods, even though they worked.

Finally, after a few years of coaxing, we have pursued Peter to offer his methods again, which makes him on average £50+ per day, every day. Remember also, that Peter has used this information for over 9 years, so this is VERY interesting information, from a professional. Read more

PostCard Cash Review Made Us Over £500 Per Hour In Testing You Have To See This!

Post Card Cash ReviewsFor the last 2 months we have been testing a method called PostCard Cash, and our review of this will surprise you. The reason being, it is one of the simplest methods we have come across, that generates great profits, but the time required is almost zero.

You read that right. Our researchers have put our money where our mouth is, and have been quietly testing this method called PostCard Cash for the last 2 months or so, with the intention of providing you, our members with yet another method that definitely generates profits.

If fact, over the course of 2 months we made nearly £1,500 with just 1 hours work to make it. Amazingly simple. Read More Details.. Read more

Bonus Scooper Reviews – Make £1000 in Quick Cash

Bonus Scooper Reviews. A service that allows you to bank £1000+ in cash, from retailer’s cash giveaways. If you are interested in a way to make quick revenue from your computer, then you will want to check this out.

This is one of the easiest ways we have seen, that converts some simple online activity into instant cash. Money that you can transfer instantly to your bank account, and it works 100%. Read more

Market Hacker Pro Review Max Munroe

Created by Max Munroe, Market Hacker Pro is a forex trading robot that is designed to allegedly “rob” large companies legally.

What is the product?

If you read the copy for Market Hacker Pro, it is an amalgamation of a thriller novel and a forex trading robot. The focus in all of the sales material is that Max Munroe has created a product that he compares to putting a gun to the heads of CEO’s of companies such as Porsche and Cadbury and demanding their secrets. In actuality Market Hacker Pro is a forex trading robot offered through Agora Lifestyle that makes forex trades based around spread betting. Provided on a USB pen, Market Hacker Pro is designed to be compatible with Meta Trader 4 and trades on 6 currency pairs, all with a focus on the US dollar. Allegedly the information that identifies trades comes from a place where encrypted information from large companies is uploaded which is then hacked by Market Hacker Pro and used to benefit you. This is despite the fact that Market Hacker Pro trades currency pairs, not company stocks. Read more

Silver Lotto System Review Ken Silver

Created by Ken Silver, Silver Lotto System is a system that has been devised to allegedly improve your chances of winning on the lottery.

What is the product?

Silver Lotto System comes as a downloadable guide spread over 52 pages. The actual contents are relatively simple and are mostly built around the idea that certain events and sequences are less likely to happen. This is however false as the odds for a lottery are designed to entirely reset once a ball has been removed. That means that whilst (as Ken Silver points out) 1,2,3,4,5,6 have never been selected as winning numbers, the odds are still the same as 7,13,20,29,34,41 coming in (a little over 1/13,000,000). Essentially Silver Lotto System follows a rather potent example of gambler’s fallacy. Ken Silver says that as numbers are typically spread out, this is a pattern that should be looked for and bet around when in actuality it is all a huge coincidence. For what it is worth, Silver Lotto System provides systems for all lotteries except for two 90 ball examples in Italy and Malta. Read more

i-BET Review

Providing daily emails detailing tips for horse races, i-BET is one of the most exciting horse racing tipster services currently on the market.

What is the product?

i-BET is a horse racing tipster service that provides users with daily sections for UK races. The number of bets provided in a day can go as high as 100 which means that i-BET is a time consuming product however all the bets are designed to provide the best possible value. As well as the email service, i-BET users also gain access to the member’s website which includes a forum for members. Emails contain the usual information such as the horse, race and time, but also prices that you should aim to get. This is very important information because of how i-BET works (which I will look at later). Once you receive the information you log in and check which bets you placed and if you were able to get the recommended price. In order to apply to receive i-BET’s tips you must send an email to info@i-betuk.com. Read more

Back the Best Review

Back the Best is tipster service that specialises in providing email based selections for flat horse races. It is operated by an unnamed tipster duo.

What is the product?

Back the Best provides users with an average of 1-2 selections per day. The tipsters behind Back the Best do however state that this isn’t a guarantee and that some days there may be no tips whilst other days may have 3-4. This is because Back the Best is a selective service that focuses on selecting value bets. Whilst the exact selection process isn’t detailed, it would appear that Back the Best draws heavily on form and statistical analysis. This is backed up in a statement made by the tipsters behind Back the Best where they state that they do not makes selections based on insider information, nor do they have any connections with stables. Back the Best follows a 2 point per bet staking system with both points staked on a win bet or 1 point each way for each way bets. Whatever type of bet is recommended, Back the Best will notify you in the email. Read more

Betting Samurai Review Trevor Hawkins

Created by Trevor Hawkins and marketed by James Talbot, Betting Samurai is a betting system for choosing your own winners for horse races.

What is the product?

As with most betting systems, Betting Samurai is a downloadable PDF that shows users the formula that Trevor Hawkins developed. Ultimately, this is allegedly based on an algorithm discovered by a computer program created by Trevor Hawkins. This was all allegedly part of a larger group (including James Talbot) that were trying to create a system to beat the bookies. Unfortunately outside of James Talbot’s story we don’t find out anything about, nor do we hear about how Trevor Hawkins stumbled on this betting system that is at the centre of Betting Samurai. Interestingly James Talbot claims that Betting Samurai is 100% risk free and 100% proven, neither of which claim is really backed up in any way. Finally, access to Betting Samurai is restricted and only 50 copies will be made available to the general public. Read more

The Lay Advisor Review Anthony Adams

Created by Anthony Adams, The Lay Advisor is an email based horse racing tipster service that specialises in providing lay bets.

What is the product?

The Lay Advisor is a tipster service providing specialised lay betting selections for horse races across the UK. The Lay Advisor is not a daily service with Anthony Adams saying that when selections are available notifications will be sent to subscribers before 1pm. As well as detailing the selections, The Lay Advisor also provides advice on staking (up to 10 point stakes). Although the actual selection method isn’t discussed which is a shame, Anthony Adams does go on to say that he is able to recognise value. That having been said he also goes on to say that there is a lot about horse racing that he doesn’t know about. To me this makes The Lay Advisor something of a massive gamble. Finally, as The Lay Advisor is a lay betting system, a betting exchange account is a requirement. If you are unfamiliar with betting exchanges arguably the most well-known example is Betfair. Read more

Let’s Have Cash Review

Let’s Have Cash is a product that allows you to make money whilst having your marketing your products. It also offers cloud mining facilities for bitcoin.

What is the product?

There are two key aspects to Let’s Have Cash. The first of these is an advertising feature whereby users can list adverts for their products which are guaranteed to be viewed. As well as this, you also get paid for listing your adverts with Let’s Have Cash. In return for your adverts being viewed through Let’s Have Cash you in turn agree to click on so many ads per day. There are two different packages for the advertising side of Let’s Have Cash with different costs and rates of return. There is also a cloud mining operation for bitcoin whereby you pay to gain use of a cloud mining system. Any coins that you mine through this do not get issued to you with Let’s Have Cash instead paying out at the current market rate. Finally there are options to earn money through referring new users to Let’s Have Cash. Read more

7 Day Winners Review Yuri Belyanev

Created by Yuri Belyanev, 7 Day Winners is a horse racing tipster service providing daily selections for horses that have been overlooked by bookies.

What is the product?

7 Day Winners is a tipster service operated by Yuri Belyanev whom, if you believe the promotional material, is the holder of a PhD in Advanced Mathematics and a professor at one of the top universities in England. The system that 7 Day Winners uses for selecting winners is claimed to have a strike rate of 74% on win bets and 86% on each way however it is worth noting that Yuri Belyanev provides no proofing of this. This could potentially be overlooked however the foundation of the formula that 7 Day Winners uses isn’t explored outside of a statement that it was developed with a colleague with a view to identifying horses that have been undervalued by the bookies. Read more

SmartSigger Review The Anonymous Ginger

Created by The Anonymous Ginger, SmartSigger is a horse racing magazine that gives users a number of varied articles related to the sport.

What is the product?

SmartSigger is released monthly as a PDF with typically 36 pages full of information pertaining to horse racing. Many of the articles in SmartSigger are by guest authors and have a strong emphasis on statistical analysis and a mathematical approach. Because of this SmartSigger is not a light read, but The Anonymous Ginger has put together that can really help readers to improve their betting strategies. By allowing guest writers in SmartSigger has been able to cover a massive variety of topics from looking at ANNs (artifical neural networks) and their place in horse racing betting to information on how to program your own horse racing robot. As well as the most recent issue of SmartSigger, you also gain access to a library of all back issues which can be viewed online or downloaded. Read more

Power of 3 Review George Maguire

Provided by George Maguire, Power of 3 is a sports betting tipster service that will allegedly prove more profitable through betting on tennis, rugby and football as opposed to one service.

What is the product?

Power of 3 is a tipster service providing sports tips in three different fields. These are tennis, rugby and football with each discipline having tips come from a different tipster. George Maguire says that this approach has allowed Power of 3 to produce an 88% strike rate on 5-15 bets per day (with said bets being sent out before 11am). Bets seem to all be win bets although it does state in the headline on the Power of 3 promotional page that this is a lay betting service. As mentioned, George Maguire doesn’t claim to come up with selections and these are handled by Aaron Richards, Thomas Wilkins and Martin Barclay-Robinson. These men are respectively a tennis coach, a player for a small rugby club and a long term football punter with each man allegedly being the top of their respective games on a forum Martin Maguire frequented. Read more

From: Jason - Editor

Jason Jones