Created by Eddie Newman, Guaranteed Winners is a brand new independent horse racing tipster service that allegedly offers massive profits to subscribers with almost no risk.
What is the product?
Guaranteed Winners is a horse racing tipster service and there is almost no arguing that this is the case. This is however the only thing on the entire sales page that seems to be factual with Eddie Newman making a lot of claims that I don’t feel he is really able to back up. There is very little information about the service itself with Guaranteed Winners providing no information on betting or staking, nor is there any proofing supplied (which is hardly a surprise), something that is contrary to the claim that the service is 100% verified. Instead of the information that you would look for from a tipster, Eddie Newman uses Guaranteed Winners to talk about choosing “lucky bets” for his Dad and Uncle at a young age and how life ultimately led to him being a broke graduate who decided to turn to professional gambling to make an income. This involved developing a “unique” and “ground breaking” system which featured data input and “finely tuned algorithms”. This is all topped off with a claimed strike rate of 96.7% which is absolutely immense however without proofing one is forced to remain cynical.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Eddie Newman is selling Guaranteed Winners at the seemingly bargain price of £19.99 (plus VAT) for a 6 months subscription or £29.99 (plus VAT) for a 12 month subscription. Payment for both of these options is via Clickbank so there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place if you are unhappy with the product. In terms of the income the figures are frankly unbelievable. According to Eddie Newman, Guaranteed Winners will make at least £72,000 which works out at £1,500 per week. Unfortunately there is no information on how much you will have to bet in order to make this kind of money.
Does the product provide value for money?
Despite a low sale price and seemingly amazing figures there is simply not enough evidence to make any of it credible which means that Guaranteed Winners doesn’t provide value for money in my book.
On the surface Guaranteed Winners looks like an absolute bargain but even the slightest air of cynicism will reveal a lot wrong with the claims made. The big ones are the lack of proofing and the fact that the claimed income doesn’t come with any details of staking. There are other concerns as well such as the fact that the website for Guaranteed Winners was registered anonymously earlier this month and has seemingly come out of nowhere. What little evidence that Eddie Newman does try to provide is suspect at best featuring neatly cropped balance boxes that are very easy to fake, as are the so called testimonials from his alleged happy customers.
The long and short of things is that there simply isn’t enough here to convince me that this is a worthwhile investment, even with the chance to claim a refund.