Simple Win System Review

Created by Paul Mulligan, Simple Win System is a new betting system that claims to provide a substantial monthly income through small stakes on horse racing.

What is the product?

Simple Win System is being sold as a new betting system which according to the sales material, has one hell of a return rate (something that I will get to later). Unfortunately, creator Paul Mulligan has very little to say in terms of what you can expect from Simple Win System. There is plenty of sales based spiel (as you would expect) including a 5 minute video in which Paul Mulligan shares his stories of being broke and losing money hand over fist as a result of bad betting choices. As is often the case with this kind of story, he buckled down and after years of analysing statistics and historic racing data from all of the tracks in the UK and even Ireland, he says that he had his system. There is also some pretty impressive sounding commentary about beating the public win percentage.

Unfortunately, in terms of tangible details, there is only a small amount that can be said for Simple Win System.

The system is allegedly really easy to use requiring no mathematical knowledge, no experience in betting and only takes 10 minutes per day (allegedly). In terms of what you will learn from the system, Simple Win System allegedly shows you how to find winning runners, how to “guarantee” a profit from every winner and also how to start off, even if you only have a small betting bank.

What is the investment vs. the rate of return?

At the time of writing, Paul Mulligan is selling Simple Win System for a one time cost of £29.95 (with VAT on top of this).

Fortunately, because Simple Win System is being sold through Clickbank, this does mean that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place. In terms of the income potential, Paul Mulligan says that he has personally made well over £19,000 in just one month.

This is however not typical and he says that most users make anywhere from an extra £50 every few days, all the way up to £5,000 per month. Personally, I’m really not sold on these figures though, not without a significant betting bank or extreme compounding.

Does the product provide value for money?

I’m not entirely sure that Simple Win System does provide value for money unfortunately.


Simple Win System falls into the same position as so many betting products that have come before it, namely that there is something of a focus on providing very little detail and very little in the way of evidence too.

Whilst there are a few photographs showing money in betting accounts, this is about as much as you get. This leads me to one of the few things about Simple Win System that I would consider a positive which is the money back guarantee.

This means that you can give Simple Win System a fair run to see if it is something that will work for you.



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