Created by Mark Robinson, Raid the Bookie is a website that talks users through how to profit from exploiting loopholes in bookmaker bonuses.
What is the product?
Raid the Bookie is a product that shows its members what bookmaker offers are currently available and how to use these to make what is advertised as a risk free profit. This is achieved through a method that certainly isn’t new but I don’t believe I’ve seen presented as well as Raid the Bookie does before now. Essentially what Raid the Bookie involves is betting on certain events with initial deposits and bonuses whilst also laying the same events on the Betfair betting exchange. This means that regardless of the outcome you have won somewhere. Mark Robinson uses Raid the Bookie to not just teach you the method, but also the best bets to place including the odds you should be looking for (this is particularly important for laying bets). Raid the Bookie shows you how to do everything in an easy to follow step by step video and also charts the offers you have used on the website. It is worth keeping in mind that because of how Raid the Bookie works, you will most likely only make money from it once.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Mark Robinson doesn’t charge to use Raid the Bookie which instantly makes it an attractive proposition however it is worth noting that whilst there is no cost in signing up, it is recommended that you have around £200 for initial investment. This would be split between Betfair and its betting exchange (50:150 respectively). In terms of income potential, this really depends on what is available through the bookmakers at the time you sign up. At the time of writing this, Raid the Bookie says that I should be able to make £570.
Does the product provide value for money?
Given the fact that it is free and Raid the Bookie uses a method of making money that is pretty well proven it is hard to consider it anything but value for money.
There are two things about Raid the Bookie that make it stand out as something of a must have for anybody who is interested in making money online. The first is that it is free, but more importantly is that it is actually a genuinely good guide to this way of making money. Don’t get me wrong, there are a few things to keep in mind such as the fact that when using the Betfair betting exchange there is no guarantee that anybody will take you up on your bet and the aforementioned point about this only really being a one off. That having been said, there is little risk in this method of making money and a relatively substantial amount to be made. If you are willing to risk Raid the Bookie not being free then it may be worth holding off on starting till spring/summer when bookies are more likely to have more offers on to draw in new punters. This could help you maximise your profits.