Automatic Winners Review Michael Stevens

Offered by Michael Stevens, Automatic Winners is a piece of software that is able to identify winning horses for races from across the world.

What is the product?

Automatic Winners is a downloadable piece of software that is able to allegedly produce winning horse racing selections 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all with a 98% success rate. Furthermore, Michael Stevens says that this only requires a few minutes of your time each day to generate selections and that you don’t have to do any maths to find selectons, nor are there any formulas or codes to use. Unfortunately, there is no actual explanation for how Automatic Winners makes its selections which given the claimed figures are so high doesn’t actually surprise me at all (for reasons that I shall explore below). Much of the how’s about Automatic Winners are dismissed by Michael Stevens with him only really saying about the software that it uses a scientifically proven method to make selections and that the software analyses odds from “the most important races around the world”. Unfortunately this doesn’t actually do anything to explain how Automatic Winners works and most of the information surrounding it coming into his hands come from a rather fanciful tale about him receiving it for winning a settlement for a client whilst he worked as a lawyer.

What is the investment vs. the rate of return?

Michael Stevens charges £26.99 for a lifetime of access to Automatic Winners however you could be forgiven for getting confused about this, especially as he says that this cost is actually for a 60 day trial. In actuality this 60 day trial period refers to Clickbank’s money back guarantee which makes me think that this phrasing has been chosen specifically to muddy things for people who want to claim a refund through Clickbank. In terms of income, the amounts that you can allegedly earned are staggering with Michael Stevens claiming that Automatic Winners has made him tens of thousands of pounds monthly and that you can make thousands per day. Unfortunately there is no proofing of this and the only evidence presented is some rather questionable screenshots of bank accounts and betting accounts.

Does the product provide value for money?

I don’t believe that Automatic Winners provides value for money at all and I would personally strongly recommend avoiding it for reasons I shall explore below.

Conclusion

There are a number of red flags surrounding Automatic Winners. The first is that the focus of the sales pitch is on unbelievable figures and the millionaire lifestyle (something that any credible bettor will tell you just doesn’t happen). Then there is the long and convoluted story about how this piece of miracle software came to be in Michael Stevens’ hands. Thirdly is the disclaimer for the product which goes above and beyond the usual required legal notices to say that Automatic Winners is a product for “educational, informational and entertainment purposes” and that some brand names have been used “for illustration purposes only”. This instantly made me think of the alleged screenshots of the various accounts. The fact is though that Automatic Winners appears to be the latest iteration of a piece of software that does the rounds with this exact same kind of sales pitch every few months. On each occasion I have seen it the software has failed to perform as advertised and there is nothing to suggest that Automatic Winners will be any different.

 

 

 

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