Created by Mark and John, Target Betting is a sports betting system that claims show users how to bet on a variety of sports in order to generate a consistent profit.
What is the product?
Target Betting is a sports betting product that according to the creators is able to show users how to bet on a wide variety of sports with each one appearing to have its own method. These look at Football (which is where Target Betting started out) as well as Snooker, Greyhound Racing and even Baseball. Interestingly Mark and John also make reference to Target Betting being used for NFL and Rugby however neither of these is listed in the sales particulars. In terms of how Target Betting actually works, there is very little of the sales material dedicated to this. The only thing that Mark and John have to say on the matter is that it is based around consistencies however quite what this means contextually isn’t explained, something particularly frustrating when you consider that they slam the notion of patterns in betting. As well as the rather distinctive lack of information on Target Betting as a product, there is also a lack of any numbers or figures. What there is available comes courtesy of a published testimonial which claims a strike rate of 76% over 7 months. As well as the information for finding your own bets if you opt for the top tier package of Target Betting then you will also get access to selections directly from Mark and John.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
There are three packages available for Target Betting, each of which offers a different level of coverage. The Standard Package sells for £19.95 and simply provides you with the method for making football selections. The Deluxe Package sells for £29.95 and also covers Baseball, Snooker and Greyhound Racing. The Premium Package is the most expensive at £39.95 and shows you how to pick all selections and also comes with selections from he creators of Target Betting.
There is no mention of any money back guarantee which I would take to mean that there isn’t anything of this ilk in place should you buy Target Betting . In terms of the income potential, John and Mark are rather “reserved” in their claim of making £10,000 in 2012/13. Especially when compared to the testimonials which boast anywhere from $6,500 per month to £35,000 a year.
Does the product provide value for money?
For a number of reasons I’m not entirely convinced that Target Betting does provide value for money.
In many respects Target Betting looks like it may be a quality betting system at a reasonable price however I am not so convinced. First and foremost there is the fact that Target Betting seems to have been registered by Benjamin Michaels, not Mark or John and he lives in Derby, not London. That having been said the fact that there is still a name attached to the website does retain some legitimacy.
One of the big red flags for me is the focus on lifestyle rather than the product, something that a lack of evidence really highlights. If you are interested in Target Betting (and it is reasonably attractively priced) then I would recommend caution going in.