Created initially by Eddie Ege under his Edge Racing brand, Edge Football Pro Service is a sports betting service presently operated by Sam Clarke.
What is the product?
Edge Football Pro Service is a tipster service that as then name suggests predominantly concerns itself with football betting. As I have touched upon this is essentially a re-launched product following something of a hiatus with selections coming from one Sam Clarke who seems to be a new tipster on the scene. The selection process for Edge Football Pro Service is not discussed which is a disappointment, however having looked at Edge Racing products before I am not overly surprised. There are some hints with dropped with Edge Racing stating that Edge Football Pro Service will allow Sam Clarke to show subscribers “classic ways of making profit”. Under Eddie Ege, Edge Football Pro Service ran a lot of in play betting that was typically based around the goals market. Whether or not a similar approach will be employed by Sam Clarke remains to be seen but I am somewhat doubtful.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Edge Football Pro Service is very well priced on paper. The service sells on a quarterly subscription basis for £17.50 per quarter (half what many services would charge for a week). Edge Football Pro Service also has the benefit of a money back guarantee which claims that if after 3 months Sam Clarke has not made you £5,000 then you can expect to get your subscription costs refunded. On top of this, if you lose your betting bank (which is set at £100) then Edge Racing will also refund you this loss meaning that Edge Football Pro Service is essentially a risk fee product. In terms of the income potential, Edge Racing says that Edge Football Pro Service will earn you £5,000 in a quarter (as is stated in the money back guarantee). It is worth keeping in mind that there is nothing mentioned about the staking involved to achieve this however based off the claimed returns and a £100 betting bank this seems likely to be high.
Does the product provide value for money?
On the surface of things Edge Football Pro Service is absolutely value for money however I maintain reservations about it for reasons that I shall explore below.
Edge Football Pro Service is advertised as being pretty much risk free and to some degree this is correct however that doesn’t mean that there is no risk at all. Having looked at Eddie Ege in the past there has been a rather distinct pattern to his services so far. Whilst many of his other tipster products have started out very strongly, they have eventually taken a very sharp turn for the worse. Whilst one hopes that having Sam Clarke on board to run Edge Football Pro Service instead, I am still wary. Previous services from Edge Racing have often ended up breaking people’s banks with bets coming out of nowhere seemingly and whilst correct at first, things soured.
Whether or not Edge Football Pro Service is worth buying is dependent entirely on how much time you have to a degree. If you are willing to sit things out and do everything by the book then Edge Football Pro Service is a safe option due to the money back guarantees. Personally though, Edge Football Pro Service isn’t for me.