Betting Supercharged from Simon Mitchell claims to be an app that is supposed to consider on line race tips and finds the most accurate predictions. Claims that 96% of selections will win their race.
Value Single Selector is a tennis and football betting tipping service from the Bookmaker Bashing Team. They claim to look for shorter prices where they can get long term value. They send about 2-3 tips per week.
Tennis Pilot Tips offers advice on betting for tennis – mainly men’s tours. Subscribers receive daily email with any tips and also in play advice on ad-hoc basis via member’s area of site or live updating spreadsheet
Boom Bets from Nick Stevens offers email based win tops for horse racing. Unable to offer full results due to “severe lack of record keeping skills” but has managed to summarise claiming 539 points profit since Jan 2015 at average odds 6.80. Up sell to place service offered on signing up. Marketing emails claims opening doors again but website set up June 2016 and no obvious trail for past opportunities to subscribe. Suggested that invitation only to join but if you have not had email about this service you may have been hiding under a bush!
Maynard’s Racing Tips, from Andrew Maynard, identifies three races per day with two selections per race.
Paul Gargan Racing supplies free racing tips, professional form study advice, and direct information from yards. Claims 15 years experience as tipster and professional gambler. Advised by email once signed up. Members may have to email to ask to join as original landing page now appears defunct
5 Star Picks from Graham Gold is an email based win tipping service for horse racing operating 5 days per week. Odds up to 25/1 with between 2 and 5 selections sent around 11am on day of race. All the hall marks of a marketing mafia service with no verifiable data provided. The client images on the marketing page are stock photos and even the author has used another shot already seen on other websites. Interesting that he is getting credits on his bank account direct from this service rather than his bookmaker if the screenshots are to be believed. Author claims 14 years experience as betting professional – no mention of jockey credentials apart from headline. Appears to be information based advice
Winners Circle Insider from Simon O’Driscoll is a win tipping service for horse racing. Selections advised by email or members area of website. No detailed results shown – 97% winning rate for bets claimed over last 15 years. Marketing page all but identical to 7 Day Tipster Service – see screenshots below.
Betting Magician from Craig Allen is a typical marketing mafia service appealing to the potential greed of clients. Win betting for horse racing tips advice based on a fanciful discovery story and apparent altruism. No performance data disclosed. You are asked for email address before purchase permitted.
Immediate up sell attempt for Elite Tips which will apparently make 6 times the profits “ordinary” members can achieve.
There are strong similarities in the style of presentation and emails with the 6 Figure Tipster and Bet Masters services
Winblitz from Eric Steel offers a win tipping service for horse racing advised by email. Claims tips between 82 – 91% accurate and that betting is “completely risk free” but no results available. Another improbable marketing story with apparently only 9 places left. And the purchase appears to be strongly connected with Win Lords Service – see review thread.
7 Day Tipster from Eddie O’Conner is a win tipping service for horse racing. Selections advised by email or members area of website. No detailed results shown – 97% winning rate for bets claimed over last 15 years. Claims 2 – 5 winners per day generated by system
Value Method from Matthew Simms and Raceology is a win betting service for horse racing with selections to be placed at BSP. Advised by email average 1 selection daily.