Created by Chris Campbell, Tennis Cash System is a sports betting system that allows you to identify tennis games that will allegedly guarantee you a profit.
What is the product?
Tennis Cash System comes as a complete betting system that can be accessed online or for a premium, you can have a paper copy sent out to you (it is worth noting that this is the only way to get the complete results for Tennis Cash System). Like I have mentioned Tennis Cash System is a self selection system which means that you will have to do some of the work however Chris Campbell says that finding selections for Tennis Cash Systems should take you no more than 90 seconds per day.
You should also find selections most days (with an average of 16 per week) however due to the tennis season this number will drop off in December. Unfortunately Chris Campbell offers no insight into how Tennis Cash System works on the sales page and this is a massive worry, especially given that the system is so easy it takes as little time as it does. All he says is that after getting his PhD in Mathematics and going into teaching he decided he was going to “crack” a sport and make money through betting and Tennis was the sport that was chosen. This is all a little suspect to me, especially when combined with the focus on flash cars and money that you can make as opposed to anything tangible.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
When you come to buy Tennis Cash System there are two options available. The first of these is an online version which is for sale at $39, an allegedly limited time discount on the “usual” price of $199. Alternatively you can order a physical copy which comes in at over 750 pages and costs $289. There is no difference between these in terms of the system however the paper copy is the only way to get proofing for Tennis Cash System. If you buy the digital version of Tennis Cash System then you get a full 60 day money back guarantee through Clickbank. In terms of the income potential Chis Campbell makes it sound a lot like using Tennis Cash System is like having a cheque book. The amounts that you can earn are constantly changing but run as high as several thousand dollars per day.
Does the product provide value for money?
Personally I can’t find an iota of evidence to suggest that Tennis Cash System represents value for money and as such I would recommend avoiding it.
The biggest problem with Tennis Cash System for me is the way that Chris Campbell focuses so much on not just how much money you can allegedly make, but his own wealth that Tennis Cash System has apparently brought him. He then has the audacity to say that despite being a generous and giving man, you will have to pay an exorbitant fee for proofing that is essentially none refundable (as the money back guarantee only applies to purchases made through ClickBank). This combined with the fact that Tennis Cash System has no evidence whatsoever that it works as advertised is enough for me recommend avoiding it.