Published by Jobe’s Books, 10k for Xmas is a sports betting based product that will allegedly teach users a method of making a substantial income in a short period of time.
What is the product?
10k for Xmas is a rather odd and unique proposition as the whole thing is claimed to be based around sports betting, yet Jobe’s Books say that it is not a betting system or tipster service. This is rather confusing as 10k for Xmas is apparently based around a group of friends all of whom have a specialist background in football betting. These range from a former Leeds United reserves player, Timothy, to the now obligatory “stats nerd” and form players. The author of 10k for Xmas claims to have personally ha a strike rate of 73% when acting on his own with average odds of 1.95. Naturally there is very little evidence of any of what 10k for Xmas claims which is worrying, especially when paired with claims of a 100% strike rate.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
At £10, 10k for Xmas is far from expensive. It is worth noting however that there is no mention of any money back guarantee except in a testimonial which is an interesting, if concerning oversight on the behalf of the marketers for 10k for Xmas. As it is not mentioned by Jobe’s books, I would personally presume that 10k for Xmas doesn’t come with a money back guarantee however it is sold through Paypal who can help occasionally. Moving onto the income side of things, 10k for Xmas is pretty self explanatory in terms of what it can allegedly do being there in the title. Based off the initial investment of £10, this would mean a 1000 times return on your initial bet.
Does the product provide value for money?
Personally I don’t believe that 10k for Xmas does provide value for money for reasons that I will explore below.
10k for Xmas makes a very extraordinary claim and frankly there is very little evidence to back this up. The fact that there is a huge focus on sports betting, despite the fact that 10k for Xmas is allegedly neither a betting system, nor a tipster service leaves me wondering how 10k for Xmas is actually able to turn initial small investment into such a large amount in a small period of time. There is nothing about this that I would personally recommend.