Created by Francis Smith, Arbs2u is a piece of betting software that identifies and automatically places arbitrage bets for users.
What is the product?
Arbs2u is essentially a betting robot that rather than relying on an underlying system instead takes advantage of arbitrage. The creator of Arbs2u, Francis Smith says that this eliminates any complex staking calculations and the constant need to check your prices as Arbs2u does all this for you. Naturally being a betting bot, Arbs2u is fully automated and appears to cover a number of different sports. Whilst Francis Smith doesn’t provide a comprehensive list it seems that if a sport isn’t covered he plans to do so in the future. In terms of the ins and outs of Arbs2u, Francis Smith isn’t particularly forthcoming. I would usually consider this problematic but given the set up that is used, I can easily overlook this. The software itself seeks out low risk arbitrage opportunities and comes with a stop-loss feature to minimise any losses. As Arbs2u progresses Francis Smith says that it is his intention to expand compatibility of the software.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
The cost of Arbs2u is in my opinion, one of the most interesting aspects of the product. It operates on a pay as you go basis. New signups come with £10 attached to the account so you can start trading immediately. It is worth noting that Arbs2u only charges for successful trades. In terms of the profitability, unfortunately Francis Smith doesn’t really discuss anything in detail.
Given that this is arbitrage betting though, I would consider this a low risk low yield investment.
Does the product provide value for money?
Given what is allegedly on offer, I feel that Arbs2u provides excellent value for money.
It looks like very early days for Arbs2u but what is on offer so far is certainly tantalising. Like anything that is still at this stage of its development though so for me, Arbs2u is more of one to watch rather than to jump on immediately. If Francis Smith can deliver what he says though, Arbs2u looks set to be a winner.