Allegedly created by Thomas Anderson, Insider Betting Bot is claimed to be a piece of software that will identify winning horses for the days races.
What is the product?
Insider Betting Bot is supposedly a piece of software that is based on the same betting methods that the syndicate Thomas Anderson is a member of uses. If you believe the sales material, this “fool proof” method of betting has attained a strike rate of 72%. Selections are sent out on a daily basis covering races from across the UK. The selection process for Insider Betting Bot tips is allegedly based around two key aspects. The first of these is courtesy of alleged insider information which comes from a number of sources but all are people who work within horse racing and are “truly in the know”.
The other aspect of Insider Betting Bot is a series of alleged algorithms that are designed to identify the best betting opportunities from the information presented. Whilst you can check the tips for yourself against gg.com one of the most damning pieces of evidence comes about courtesy of “Thomas Anderson’s” own laziness. When looking at the selections that are offered, as well as directly ripping the layout from gg.com, there is also a piece of text that reads as follows “GG.COM’s horse racing tips are compiled for us daily by our in-house tipster GG-Tips.”.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Thomas Anderson is trying to sell Insider Betting Bot on a monthly, six monthly and annual license basis. These sell for £19.95, £49.95 and £69.95 respectively. On top of this if you want the selections sent to your email this will cost a further £14.99 per month. The only good thing about this is as Insider Betting Bot is sold through Clickbank you can get your money back under their 60 day money back guarantee. In terms of income, Thomas Anderson says that Insider Betting Bot can make you up to £431 per day and that your annual income should be in excess of £108,000.
Does the product provide value for money?
There is not a single aspect of Insider Betting Bot that could be considered value for money.
Insider Betting Bot steals its results. This much is clear not just from looking at the fact that the selections are the same, but from the evidence presented. Even ignoring this, the sales material is full of all the usual red flags and as such I still would not recommend. The fact is that Insider Betting Bot is a scam (and we will fight any Google take down request on that, as we have some facts that will prove this). It takes a free service and tries to entice those who do not know better with promises of almost guaranteed easy money. If you haven’t already bought Insider Betting Bot then it is well worth leaving alone however if you have unfortunately already paid then I would get straight on to Clickbank about claiming a refund.