Created by Andrew Chadwick, Spot Winners is a horse racing tipster system that offers subscribers daily tips direct to their email.
What is the product?
Spot Winners is a tipster service for horse racing. Andrew Chadwick will typically send out up to 4 selections each day. The odds on these winners are claimed to be kept as high as possible with winners being “big priced”. Spot Winners claims to have a strike rate of around 40% which is primarily comprised of win bets. In terms of how selections are made, there is a convoluted story in which Andrew Chadwick met a pro bettor who employed him to place bets on his behalf (allegedly of up to £70,000). Whilst working with this bettor Andrew Chadwick obtained permission to sell his selections in the form of Spot Winners. These selections are based on a network of informants that Andrew Chadwick’s shadowy partner has. This network allegedly includes a significant number of owners, trainers and the like. This means that Spot Winners information comes from those who know the horses best.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Spot Winners is available for a one off cost of £29.95 which appears to be lifetime access. There is a money back guarantee of 60 days in place as Spot Winners is sold through ClickBank. In terms of your return, Andrew Chadwick claims that Spot Winners users can make £9,301.75 every 90 days although this seems to be based off a one off period of his own trading. It is also worth noting that there are no points profits listed or even the stakes he had to place to achieve this figure which I find disappointing.
Does the product provide value for money?
There is potential to call Spot Winners value for money but this is more of one for the risk takers in my opinion.
Spot Winners is an interesting proposition, if you believe the copy. Personally I am not sold and the lack of evidence and proofing provided by Andrew Chadwick is the nail in the coffin. That having been said the pricing I reasonable and there is a 60 day money back guarantee. As I mentioned above, this might suit those who don’t mind taking punts on risky prospects, but this isn’t one for me.