Created by James Morris, The Bookie Assassin is a horse racing tipster service that the creator claims is capable of producing consistent results.
What is the product?
The Bookie Assassin is a horse racing tipster service created by James Morris. The service seems to be a pretty basic affair and this is generally reflected in the results. The strike rate for The Bookie Assassin stands at 33.21% based off an average 88 selections per month. Whilst the strike rate isn’t exactly mind blowing the average BSP is 4.31 which means that The Bookie Assassin is still able to generate some profit (something I’ll look at later). The selection process for The Bookie Assassin seems to be rather heavily steeped in form and statistical analysis as well as drawing on the general experience of the creator who claims to have 14 years of successful betting behind him.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
The Bookie Assassin is very cheap and if The Bookie Assassin is able to deliver even half of what it promises that makes it a bargain. Access is only available on an annual basis and costs just £12 for this period. There is also a 60 day money back guarantee courtesy of ClickBank should you be unhappy with The Bookie Assassin in any way. In term of the profitability, James Morris says that he has been able to make 202.67 points of profit between January and May. For the 6 months precluding that he claims to have made 76.49 points of profit.
Does the product provide value for money?
Given the low outlay and the money back guarantee I think it’s difficult to see The Bookie Assassin as anything but value for money. This doesn’t necessarily leave me believing that this will work as well as advertised though.
The biggest pro about The Bookie Assassin is the price. Otherwise I don’t think this is anything more than a very unexceptional tipster service. If it can deliver on the profits then it’s a no brainer, and with a 60 day money back guarantee on an already low investment I think The Bookie Assassin is worth looking at although I would only consider paper trading for the first month at least.