Rainbow’s End Betting System Review Val Harrison

Created by Val Harrison, Rainbow’s End Betting System is a horse racing betting system that claims to be able to offer low risk bets.

What is the product?

Rainbow’s End Betting System comes in the form of a downloadable guide over the course of which Val Harrison shows the methods that he employs in his betting system. Given his background as a trade you would expect an analytical and mathematical approach to betting and this is what Val Harrison claims that Rainbow’s End Betting System delivers. The system is for self selection for races from across the UK and involves using the odds that bookmakers offer you to your advantage. Whilst I cannot divulge the exact methods used, Rainbow’s End Betting System wouldn’t seem too unfamiliar to bettors with experience in arbitrage and it doesn’t involve bonus bagging (although you can still use the bonuses that bookmakers offer). Because you make your own selections with Rainbow’s End Betting System this allows you to bet based around your schedule however there may not be bets available for all races. A point that isn’t mentioned on the promotional material for Rainbow’s End Betting System is that it is recommended that in order to get the most from it, you will need accounts through up to 15 different bookies. Also included is a spreadsheet that has been designed to allow you calculate what stakes you should be placing.

What is the investment vs. the rate of return?

Purchasing Rainbow’s End Betting System comes at a one time cost of £199. Val Harrison also provides Rainbow’s End Betting System customers with a 30 day money back guarantee should you find that you are unhappy with the service at all. In terms of the income potential, the profits advertised for Rainbow’s End Betting System seem to be a little all over the place. For example, Val Harrison talks about how you can make £20-50 per day. He then goes on to say that a single bet at £2 can have returns as high as £94. Probably the most believable figure mentioned is £6,825 in a year although apparently one Rainbow’s End Betting System beta tester made more than this in a 5 month period.

Does the product provide value for money?

Personally, I don’t believe that Rainbow’s End Betting System  does provide value for money for reasons that I shall explore below.

Conclusion

Fundamentally Rainbow’s End Betting System is a pretty decent system however what I really take exception to is the price. Whilst the betting system is pretty solid and certainly interesting, it isn’t exactly an entirely new system sharing some similarities with another well known and popular horse racing system. There is also the small fact of having to open so many betting accounts in order to really begin to use Rainbow’s End Betting System. Given the £2 per bet nature that is so prominently featured, I feel that there are a lot of people who may end up getting stung with this. Profit potential isn’t bad, but I just feel that Rainbow’s End Betting System is still too expensive, especially next to other systems that work as well.

 

 

 

 

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