Does Betnetwork really provide the profits it advertises? Or is it just another automation that will get your bookie accounts banned. There is no doubt that money can be made using Betfair, but not all the offers you may received are to your advantage.
The Betnetwork promo video seems to show one bookmaker in particular offering large profits, and that are RARE, which leads to our suspicions about this product. Read full details on what we think about this service.
OK, so firstly, if you have even tried gambling, you will know it is not as easy as it sounds, not by a long way, so when software is shown to you that promises to automated the process, it leads to a wry smile on our faces, because making money from Bookmakers is NEVER that easy.
The cost of BetNetwork software is £297 – Ouch.
The betnetwork website promises:
“Make £103 before work, and £100 per hour thereafter”
We have not tried the Betnetwork software, but from watching the video, it shows profits as high as 38% from a particular bookmaker – 32red – and then the more usual bookmakers it is showing profits possible of just 1-5%, which is poor, but more realistic, and not really that valid for profit making, because if you wanted to make it worthwhile, to say make £50, at 5%, you would have to put on £1,000 with the bookmaker, and even more with Betfair.
We also believe that it would be crazy to order a £297 service based on the video that was shown, without giving you any detailed information on the pitfalls you may, and probably will come up against.
Please do your research about such software, because it is was guaranteed to turn a profit, with no problems, then it would quickly go viral and the bookmakers would go out of business. Software like this comes and goes away again like the tide, because it ‘sounds’ like a sure-fire winner, but where bookmakers are concerned, it NEVER is, because they are also a business, and not just there to systematically throw money out at your request, they are known to close accounts down when large profits are made, or irregular betting is recognised on accounts.
The problem here, is that if you are placing such high bets with bookmakers, then your account will probably get shut down very quickly. The video that Betnetwork are using to promote, is making it look like you can be making fortunes using automated software. This is usually NOT the case, and for £297, which they are asking for, we would not advise this as a wise investment.