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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

Mobile Car Valet Franchise Review

MCV or Mobile Car Valet is a UK based company that offer franchisees an opportunity to buy into 28 years of experience in the mobile car valeting sector.

About The Company

Mobile Car Valet are a specialist company providing a mobile valeting service for almost any vehicle from cars to caravans and even planes. Started by Terry Smith in 1986, Mobile Car Valet have since been competitive in the mobile valeting market and have grown exponentially since then. Mobile Car Valet are currently undergoing expansion having opened up franchises in Ireland and must be doing something right as they seem to retain many of their franchisees. All of Mobile Car Valet’s services are designed to appeal to both the private sector as well as businesses. The franchises themselves are offered a large operational area which in turn allows franchisees to grow their business into a multi van operation. Read more

Laytastic Service Review

Created by Jon Roberts, Laytastic Service is a horse racing tipster service that provides free selections for backing on a lay basis.

What is the product?

Laytastic Service is a tipster service that operates through a members only website. All of the selections are loaded directly to their where you can view them. This brings me to a side note on the real intention of Laytastic Service. The member’s site is actually part of a larger tipster stable with a number of different services available but we shall overlook this for now. In terms of the service, there are varying amounts of selections made available each day all of which are lay bets so an account through some kind of betting exchange would be required (with Betfair being the most well known example). In terms of the selection process for Laytastic Service, Jon Roberts makes no explanation as to the methods behind it. This is rather problematic for me as Laytastic Service has a strike rate of 84% which for a lay betting service is somewhat subpar. Read more

Odds Monkey Review

Odds Monkey is a website that provides users with information on bets complete with odds for backing and laying to allow you to look for arbitrage opportunities.

What is the product?

Odds Monkey is a massive database of bookmaker websites where it details bets that are available including odds. Next to this it shows odds that are available on various betting exchanges such as Betfair. This is then expressed as a rating percentage for that game. There are two different subscriptions for Odds Monkey with one being free and the other premium. There is very little difference between the two with the exception that the premium version updates whenever information changes compared to every 30 minutes with the free version of Odds Monkey. There is also a list of different offers that various bookies have as well as a forum that premium members can chat in (there is limited access to this for free members too). Read more

On the Ball Review

Offered as a part of the Betting Gods stable of tipsters, On the Ball is a sports betting tipster service with a focus on ball games.

What is the product?

On the Ball is a tipster service that specialises in providing selections for a number of different sports, namely Football, Tennis, NBA, NHL and MLB games. The bets are generally over/under games or a match outcome and these are typically sent out up to 12pm on the day. On the Ball will typically have an average of 2-3 tips per day and these can be in any of the aforementioned sports. In terms of statistics, On the Ball has allegedly achieved a strike rate of 57.02% with stakes of 1 point. In terms of how On the Ball works, the answer appears to be statistical analysis, possibly with some form analysis, with Betting Gods saying that the tipster behind On the Ball being a fan of number crunching. Read more

Breaking Betting Review

Created by Craig Stanton, Breaking Betting is a horse racing system that allegedly will help you profit through intelligent betting.

What is the product?

Breaking Betting is a betting system that Craig Stanton says is unlike anything else on the market. This is a bold claim that I would be more inclined to take seriously if he provided something to back this up. The fact is that there are a lot of claims made about what Breaking Betting can do including teaching you techniques, how to time your bets and exploit the best chances, all whilst learning more about how the betting industry works. You don’t need to have any PC skills and “it [Breaking Betting] will bring you sure win”. I would like to reiterate the point that there is absolutely nothing about Breaking Betting with nothing showing you about the system or even any substantial evidence that it works. Instead the focus is on the deposits that Craig Stanton makes from betting companies (although based on everything else I doubt the legitimacy of these too). Read more

Commission Chemistry Review

Created by Seth “Beast” Bias, Commission Chemistry is a training manual for generating traffic and using affiliates to market your products.

What is the product?

Whilst Seth “Beast” Bias doesn’t actually go into much detail about how Commission Chemistry works on the sales pitch it seems to be a method of generating traffic through affiliates. I say this as Commission Chemistry refers several times to affiliates and also the notion of ethically “stealing” traffic from your competitors. I can only assume that this will be somehow related to paying better commissions (although there isn’t anything stating this directly, I am simply pontificating aloud here) than your competitors. This is somewhat further evidenced by references to building an “affiliate army” and generating traffic with very little work. Like I say, ultimately Commission Chemistry doesn’t really go into any specifics on the sales page, something that I find a questionable technique as I wouldn’t invest in something I knew nothing about. Read more

Six Figure Betting Review

Created by Colin Maccallum, Six Figure Betting is a piece of software that uses an automated version of his personal selection process for choosing horse racing bets.

What is the product?

Six Figure Betting is essentially an automated version of Colin Maccallum’s personal betting system. This is essentially built around his knowledge of horse racing with the creator claiming that he can judge all kinds of statistics, form and even allegedly the look in the jockey’s eyes before a race. All of this can be done in seconds where it would take most people minutes. Naturally there is no evidence of this so I am very much in the sceptical camp. Given that the creator of Six Figure Betting claims to be a professional gambler this shouldn’t be a difficult thing to show. Six Figure Betting is claimed to be a legitimate problem with many other horse racing systems being deemed scams or overly simple. Read more

Safe Finance Review

Created by Gary Roberts, Safe Finance is a trading strategy for trading binary options. The system is built on identifying simple trends.

What is the product?

Safe Finance has been created as a strategy for trading binary options successfully. Creator Gary Roberts shows this off in a rather in depth video tutorial that runs for a very reasonable seven and a half minutes. During this he educates you on the single trading strategy that Safe Finance utilises, namely something called Graphics Trend Analysis. What this involves is looking at a set of charts that Safe Finance provide, looking to see if a stock or commodity is showing an upward or downward trend and following this. To say that this is crude is something of an understatement. Despite this Safe Finance allegedly has a very high win rate (of which there is no evidence presented). Even with the recommended maximum of 5% of your bank staked this feels like a very sketchy way of choosing investments. Read more

New Cash on Demand Review

Created by Paul, the founder of Confidential Publishing, New Cash on Demand is a horse racing system that he claims doesn’t utilise any of the traditional methods.

What is the product?

New Cash on Demand is a downloadable horse racing system that is allegedly unique and allows you to “beat the bookies”. Interestingly there isn’t a whole lot of information available about New Cash on Demand as a product, nor is much supplied in the way of evidence. For example there are a number of long odds horses shown with Paul claiming wins of 3/1 going all the way up to 16/1. How the system works isn’t explained at all in the marketing material with Paul instead reeling off a huge list of what his system doesn’t use. Whilst I won’t state the whole thing it does contain staples of most racing systems which suggests that New Cash on Demand is something truly miraculous or is instead a cynical money making ploy. Read more

The Lay Maker Review

Offered through Betting Gods group, The Lay Maker is a horse racing tipster service that specialises in providing lay betting selections.

What is the product?

The Lay Maker is fundamentally a pretty standard tipster service and on the surface it doesn’t provide anything new. Betting Gods provide selections every day which you can then (as the name suggests) lay your bet through Betfair. The selections themselves are heavily steeped in analysis with the tipster behind The Lay Maker being described as a horse racing professional and to a degree this is reflected in the results. The Lay Maker has a 93.48% strike rate using a level staking system. The strike rate is very high but as a lay betting system, I would consider The Lay Maker to be low risk, low yield. It is worth noting however that not every month has been profitable despite a substantial win rate. Read more

From: Jason - Editor

Jason Jones