Free Sports Tips has a team of experts that provide users with daily sporting tips for free.
What is the product?
Each day Free Sports Tips subscribers can expect to receive 5 tips with the exception of Christmas day and New Year’s Day. Free Sports Tips also provides users with access to systems and strategies that they like. These appear to be where Free Sports Tips makes their money with affiliate fees likely involved. The selections come from a team of 50 experts although there is nothing said about how many of these are actual tipsters. As a bonus Free Sports Tips will teach users a method they claim can take £200 from bookmakers but there is very little available about how this works. In terms of a strike rate there aren’t figures provide but Free Sports Tips claim to have an excellent strike rate.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
As it says in the name, Free Sports Tips provides their tips for free. In terms of rate of return no numbers are made available. The only thing really said on the subject is that Free Sports Tips has produced consistent “long term” profits for the last 5 years.
Does the product provide value for money?
It is difficult to say really. Although the product is free I don’t believe there is enough information available to endorse it.
It looks to me like Free Sports Tips is really part of a marketing scheme. The fact that they are keen to mention that they will offer you the hottest products and services but not tell you what strike rate they have or the profits involved backs this up. I am unsure about the quality of tips and would absolutely recommend playing on paper to see just what you are dealing with.
If Free Sports Tips is profitable then you have absolutely nothing to lose in sinking some money into a betting bank but if the tips are actually secondary to the marketing aspect (which I suspect may well be the case) then you have nothing to lose out on.