Created by John Harrison and offered through Streetwise News, £50,000 a Year System is a horse racing betting system allegedly developed by an ex supermarket employee.
What is the product?
£50,000 a Year System is a horse racing betting system that according to marketer John Harrison was developed by a now retired supermarket worker George. The system is reliant on a secretive piece of paper which allows users to make profitable selections in just an hour, 2 at the most. This is all well and good but the really worrying part of £50,000 a Year System is that there are no published results. Proofing is something that I would expect from any service related to gambling and this is very conspicuous in its absence. There are no examples or win rates either which is suggestive of a deliberate effort by John Harrison and Streetwise news to obfuscate information.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Streetwise News sell £50,000 a Year System for £247, a price that frankly I would consider steep even with proofing provided. This is undoubtedly one of the more expensive gambling systems I have looked at. Given the lack of information available I find this concerning, particularly when paired with no money back guarantee. In terms of the winnings, this is one area that John Harrison loves to talk about. £50,000 a Year System is compared to having a genie that grants unlimited wishes despite the really quite modest sum of £50,000 annually being the target income.
Does the product provide value for money?
I can see no evidence to suggest that £50,000 a Year System provides value for money.
Making a purchase of this nature is all about trust and I find no reason to trust the vendors of this £50,000 a Year System, especially given the fact that this is just shy of £250. Yes this is less than you’d pay for a decent tipster service over a year but this is a lump sum expenditure that you can’t get back. In the age of ClickBank 60 day money back guarantees there is no reason for a reputable product to not have something in place and that makes me highly suspicious of £50,000 a Year System.