Form Wins Service Review Tim Westbrook Tipster

Created by Tim Westbrook, Form Wins Service is a horse racing tipster service that offers its subscribers daily selections for races across the UK.

What is the product?

If you believe the copy, Form Wins Service is a tipster service that can produce a consistent profit with none of the hype that you would usually expect. In some ways, this seems to be the case. Form Wins Service has been operational for 16 months with Tim Westbrook claiming that in this period there have been 4 losing months with a maximum loss of 18.63 points. The selections are sent out to Form Wins Service subscribers daily (as mentioned), typically in the early morning. The selections themselves come courtesy of a personal form ratings system that Tim Westbrook says that he has in place. This form based approach isn’t anything new however and there are plenty of services using the method with mixed results. To talk numbers, Form Wins Service will send out an average of 3 selections per day (all of which are back to win bets) with staking recommended at 1 or 2 points. Form Wins Service has a strike rate of 31.66% which with average odds of 5.69 BSP isn’t bad at all.

What is the investment vs. the rate of return?

Form Wins Service is currently being marketed for £79.95 (plus VAT on top of this) which will provide you with Tim Westbrook’s selections until the end of the year. There is a sort of trial in place as if you subscribe, you can get the first tip of the day for free. Because payment is through Clickbank, there is also a 60 day money back guarantee in place. In terms of the income potential of Form Wins Service, the service has made a profit of 396.04 points since February 2014.

Does the product provide value for money?

Personally, I don’t believe that Form Wins Service does provide value for money for a number of reasons that I shall explore below.


Products like Form Wins Service are quite a frequent thing in so much as they crop up with claimed results and very little evidence to back things up. In the case of Form Wins Service, the domain was only registered in May with everything quickly building up around it. This combined with a lack of owner details for the website seem a little questionable. My concern with Form Wins Service is that whilst this kind of website may be “worth a punt” at lower costs, I simply don’t see the value in paying out £100 for 6 months.

Yes this is comparatively cheap, but that is putting Form Wins Service next to established services or those that are part of a larger stable and without that reassurance of history or reputation, it only serves to emphasise just how risky Form Wins Service is as an investment. If you are happy to take a higher risk approach, then based off the results Form Wins Service is worth a look (especially if you also factor in the money back guarantee) however I am not certain I would personally invest.




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