Created by Dave Mitchell, Betfair Millionaire is a betting system that shows users how to make successful horse racing bets.
What is the product?
Betfair Millionaire falls rather unfortunately into the category of online products that sells on the back of a lifestyle and dream rather than and tangible facts. Creator Dave Mitchell plays out the usual spiel of being a nobody who after a chance meeting with an old friend is given the key to untold internet wealth, in this case it is horse racing. Of course there is very little about the system itself with the majority of the sales page made up of pictures of tropical beaches and mansions. This is used to the extent that the main way to tell that Betfair Millionaire is a horse racing betting system is that a horses head features on the logo and an image of a horse on the banner as the term is only used a single time. Betfair Millionaire has been released in the form of a PDF guide.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Betfair Millionaire sells for £26.99 which is a one off payment. This is also backed by ClickBank’s 60 day money back guarantee. In terms of income, Dave Mitchell claims that the Betfair Millionaire system has made him more than £100,000 a month. The ultimate giveaway as to how much you can allegedly earn is in the name really.
Does the product provide value for money?
I am not sold on Betfair Millionaire’s ability to work as Dave Mitchell claims for reasons I shall explore below.
There are a lot of claims made in the promotional material for Betfair Millionaire and unfortunately I don’t see any real evidence to back them up. There are some shots of bank accounts and Betfair accounts (both of which are easily doctored) and a disappointing lack of examples of Betfair Millionaire working i.e. winning bets. This combined with what feels like very lazy marketing that is designed to appeal to exactly the kind of people that can’t afford to lose money makes Betfair Millionaire a massive no go for me.