It’s time for another column from our brand new Head Reviewer, Peter Philipson. Enjoy!
Do you have the time?
In the last couple of weeks I have been fairly quiet on the betting front mainly due to work being finalised on an extension to my home with the attendant issues and irritations that brings…
When your plumber asks you for the 18th cup of tea in the day you do start to lose the will to live!
I have now issued a notice to SWMBO that if any further major household projects are even contemplated she might find me in a melted heap in the corner (may I also apologise to anyone who has not yet received a reply to emails following the last publication – same reason!)
The reason I mention this is because my regular sporting activities require time input through the day and with it the need to concentrate on what I am trying to achieve or it will just make a hole on my betting bank.
With the constant distractions I have suffered I decided to let most of the activities rest rather than incur losses and so, while the bank has not increased, I do not have to try to recoup anything when I do get back to the grindstone.
I have seen many comments over the past where bettors are saying they do not have time to follow a tipster or a system properly implying that the tipster should accommodate them…
If you cannot allocate the time needed to follow a system or a tipster then accept the situation and find one that suits your personal circumstances…
It’s not as though there is a dearth of them and while the worthwhile ones are few and far between you ought to be able to find one to suit.
In a future email we will talk a bit about betting bots which automate your activity and can make a lot more systems accessible to all.
Are you a twit?
Many of you will have noted the trend for tipping to be promoted via Facebook or Twitter and other social media and there seems to be even less care than normal for the customer’s well-being on these outlets.
A while ago I found a site that looks at Twitter tipsters in particular and does a good job in warning the unwary about the inevitable rogues – you can find them here…
Remember that the organisation behind Twitter is not remotely interested in individual issues you might have with products purchased via their site users.
The service mentioned has recently spotted a potential new shyster – it appears that Brads Betting set up on Twitter inferring good performance and even using celebrity names to generate confidence…
The truth seems to be a long way from the hype – just take a look at the detailed report.
Take care if you are tempted by some of these tipsters and please let us know if you have any good or bad experiences.
Can you bring a smile to Bradley?
At this time of year it is very easy to overlook those who are not so fortunate as us and often you think that there is nothing that you do will really help…
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