Fusebets Betting Syndicate is a brand new betting syndicate that also offers subscribers horse racing tips. Payments from syndicate activity is paid out at the end of each month.
What is the product?
As is pretty obvious from the name, Fusebets Betting Syndicate is a betting syndicate that is pretty new (being just a little over a month old). Whilst the syndicate is the meat and veg of this, it is also worth noting that Fusebets Betting Syndicate also provides its subscibers with tips for horse racing which is a nice bonus (although technically it is the horse racing tips that you are paying for). There isn’t anything about the horse racing tipster service that seems to be that different to current examples on the market so as such I shan’t dwell on it, especially since the majority of readers will be more interested in the syndicate. Fusebets Betting Syndicate covers a huge number of sports with its service ranging from things like horse racing and football (which you would likely expect) to several American sports with some of their tipsters actually operating out of the United States. The team behind Fusebets Betting Syndicate make their selections based on the combined knowledge which given the fact that it is made up of betting enthusiasts, Professional Tipsters and statisticians suggests that this is definitely significant. Buying into Fusebets Betting Syndicate involves purchasing “subs” which are available in various multiples (each of which will increase how much you ultimately take home) with this amount going into a betting pot that Fusebets Betting Syndicate use for betting. Payments are then issued at the end of the week based around how many subs you have purchased. All of this is pretty standard for a syndicate service and doesn’t really warrant too much attention however what possibly does is the strike rate for December which comes in at a respectable 29.54%. When broken down further, Fusebets definitely seems to win more than it loses however when there are losses they can look bad. Fusebets Betting Syndicate has ultimately shown profitable for December however and there is nothing at the moment to show that this cannot be consistently achieved. As a slight aside it is also worth noting that Fusebets Betting Syndicate intend to hold social events for members to get together and share experiences and tips in the future.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
A sub for Fusebets Betting Syndicate will set you back £40 with multiple options available for 10, 20, 50 and 100 packs. You can also purchase more than 100 however Fusebets Betting Syndicate do request that you contact them to discuss this. There is no discount for purchasing more subs however the more you have, the more you will receive each week. It is worth noting that Fusebets Betting Syndicate comes with a 90 day money back guarantee which states that if you don’t make your initial investment back in this period then they will refund you the difference (between what you have earned to date and what you initially paid). In terms of income, had you invested in week one you would already of made your money back. Fusebets Betting Syndicate claims to have made a points profit of 433.35 points in the five weeks it has been operational which is phenomenal. This means that for each sub that you have with Fusebets Betting Syndicate you would have been paid out £42.89 which is scalable up to the 100 subs.
Does the product provide value for money?
Whilst it is early days yet, I think that Fusebets Betting Syndicate probably does provide value for money however I am not certain I’d be quick to invest huge amounts for reasons I shall explore below.
I think it is only fair to start by acknowledging how well Fusebets Betting Syndicate has done as a newly launched syndicate and furthermore, point out that it isn’t often you get a chance to get involved in what is claimed to be a professional operation. That having been said, it is also worth keeping in mind that a lot of syndicates ultimately fail and whilst Fusebets Betting Syndicate has got off to a flying start, this is no guarantee of future success. This risk is inherent in anything however the Fusebets Betting Syndicate team are quite open about this which is pretty refreshing. What are my final thoughts? For £40, it’s probably worth a punt if only to see how it does for the year (Fusebets Betting Syndicate estimate that for one sub, based on the current rate, you should see profits of over £500 in a year). I would definitely be prudent about investing heavily however Fusebets Betting Syndicate is one of the more interesting options I have seen recently.