Offered under the Pro Betting Club umbrella, Layers Paradise is a lay betting tipster service that is operated by three former bookie employees.
What is the product?
Layers Paradise is a lay betting tipster service from The Pro Betting Club. The system seems to use a lot of analysis whilst also taking advantage of the knowledge and experience of the creators, all former employees of a bookmaker. They put all this information through a set of filters which ultimately provides information on the horse to lay. The system has a claimed strike rate of 90.5% with 14 out of 15 months being profitable. Layers Paradise seems to favour a mixture of “safe” odds and high risk odds in order to generate its profit (these vary from around 5.0 to 10.0+).
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Layers Paradise offers 2 lengths of subscription, monthly and quarterly with these costing £39.59 and £89.50 respectively. There is no mention of a money back guarantee or refund policy so it seems unlikely there is anything of this ilk on offer. In terms of the return on your investment, Layers Paradise has generated a profit of 444.61 points over the course of its trading. The Pro Betting Club advertises this as £44,461 which uses £100 stakes. Personally I find this to be rather over inflated though.
Does the product provide value for money?
I think that Layers Paradise provides reasonable value for money to the right kind of bettor.
The biggest downside to Layers Paradise lies in the pay outs involved if you lose your bet. Using the recommended staking plan of £100 per points there have been a number of losing bets that would take out £1200 or £1300 from your betting bank in one go. This means that Layers Paradise isn’t really well suited for those without a big betting bank. Whilst some will find this off putting it would probably suit an existing and established portfolio quite well, especially given the high strike rate.