Created by Leon Dijskra, Mobile Betting Club is an app based tipster service that allows you to get your tips on almost any internet enabled device.
What is the product?
Mobile Betting Club is a horse racing tipster service that is claimed by creator Leon Dijskra to be different to anything else on the market as you can get your tips sent straight to your phone. Selections from Mobile Betting Club are daily and are claimed to be rooted in “the most reliable and ‘agreed’ selections” (whatever that actually means). Leon Dijskra then goes on to talk about how Mobile Betting Club ignores a number of statistics such as form, the odds, the weather, track and even the RP Ratings.
This is particularly concerning as I would personally view at least some of these as essential to understanding the race (however as I shall explore, there is a good reason that Mobile Betting Club can ignore this information). The reasoning for overlooking this appears to be down to claims by Leon Dijskra that he previously worked in software for a major bookmaker and so has some sort of insider edge. You will receive up to 8 selections per day with Mobile Betting Club however due to a lack of proofing there is no data on strike rates, average odds etc. Rather worryingly (and this isn’t mentioned until you buy Mobile Betting Club) you are told you must create an account with Winner or Titan Bet bookmakers.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Leon Dijskra is selling Mobile Betting Club for £27 (plus VAT) which buys you a lifetime license. There are also various upsells including a binary options product which isn’t as out of place as it first seems, as I shall explore. Arguably the most worthwhile thing about Mobile Betting Club is that it is sold through Clickbank and so the usual 60 day money back guarantee is in place. In terms of income there is only one claim made which is in the headline and that is that by following Mobile Betting Club you can make £2,319.15 per day.
Does the product provide value for money?
I don’t believe that Mobile Betting Club does provide value for money for a number of reasons that I shall explore below.
Everything about Mobile Betting Club is a little bit questionable to say the least however there are two key points that really jump out. The first relates to the upsell to a binary options product and the fact that you have to sign up for a bookmaker to use Mobile Betting Club. This is a well known tactic employed with a number of binary options bots whereby the marketer gets a cut of your deposit (imagine at this point that you buy Mobile Betting Club, deposit, buy the binary options product and then deposit through a broker how much the marketer has made off a single purchase).
The other issue lies in the tips which despite Leon Dijskra trying to claim come from his own system, actually come from gg.com, a horse racing website that provides free daily tips online. On the basis of all of this I would absolutely not recommend Mobile Betting Club and would give it a very wide berth.