Created by Matt Houghton, Women Can’t Serve is a betting system for women’s tennis that uses in game trading.
What is the product?
Women Can’t Serve is a tennis based betting system that has been created by Matt Houghton to exploit what he views as a pattern in women’s games. Essentially Women Can’t Serve is based around the statistic that women’s tennis has more double faults than men’s tennis and that this has an effect on the way bets are placed. Matt Houghton sends out a list of games to watch to users and then further updates you via SMS as to when trades should be made and which player to bet on etc. This is rather refreshing as it eliminates any guess work. Women Can’t Serve involves both backing and laying as well as trading so a Betfair account is recommended.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Matt Houghton sells Women Can’t Serve for a rate of £49.25 although he does claim that this offer is only for a limited time. There is nothing about how much it will cost after this. There is a money back guarantee provided too with Matt Houghton saying that if you are unhappy at all with Women Can’t Serve during Wimbledon you can claim a money back guarantee, and if at the end you haven’t made a profit once the event is through, you will also get this cost refunded. In terms of the profits, Matt Houghton says that you can make as much as £100 each day with a guaranteed £200 when it’s through.
Does the product provide value for money?
I think that Women Can’t Serve is very fairly priced and probably just about classes as value for money.
The methods behind Women Can’t Serve are what really interest me and there is definitely enough to suggest that this will work. Is it worth the cost? This is a difficult one to answer as Women Can’t Serve only covers major tournaments so this isn’t going to become a genuine passive income. That aside, there is some real potential and with the money back guarantee I may be inclined to give it a closer look.