Greyhound Naps comes from an unnamed tipster but is offered through Betfan. It provides choice selections relating to greyhound racing.
What is the product?
Greyhounds Naps gives users access to specialised selections from the tipster behind the service. The tipster behind Greyhounds Naps is unfortunately anonymous but he is pretty upfront about how the service works drawing on both form and analysis of past statistics. Selections are sent out via email or can be obtained in a members area although it is with noting that because of the nature of Greyhounds Naps, there is only one selection per day. This is claimed to be because the creator would rather send out one good tip than a number that vary in quality. Unfortunately there is no strike rate to show whether or not this approach is as successful as it sounds.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Greyhounds Naps comes with a 14 day trial which costs £9.97. This happens regardless of what subscription length you choose. Subscriptions then cost £37 every 28 days or £74 every 90. As this is a Betfan product you shouldn’t expect too much in the way of a refund policy. Although they say they will review requests I wouldn’t hold my breath. The returns on Greyhounds Naps are pretty unexceptional achieving 148.48 points per month in a 6 month period. This means average profits of 25 points per month.
Does the product provide value for money?
Ultimately due to the relatively low rate of profit I can only conclude that Greyhounds Naps doesn’t really represent value for money.
Without a doubt the biggest problem with Greyhounds Naps lies in the profitability. The fact is that the fact that it produces profit isn’t enough. 25 points monthly would be fine if Greyhounds Naps weren’t priced as it is. Personally, I think at £10 cheaper there would be reason to pay attention to Greyhounds Naps, but at the moment it just seems like there are better options available for the money.