Auto Click Winners Review

| September 28, 2012 | 2 Replies

Product Name: Auto Click Winners

Author:  Paul Fisher

Company Name & Contact Details:
126 Crane Close,
Warwick,
CV34 5HB
email: support@autoclickwinners.com

Headline:

Government scientist cracks ground breaking automated betting code making £33,298.23 in just 30 days.

Price: £39.99 (+VAT in UK)

Money Back Guarantee: 60 day unconditional

What Do You Get?

– Access to tips for horse racing winners.

Where To Buy: http://www.autoclickwinners.com/

Brief Summary:

Auto Click Winners by Paul Fisher is a service that offers lifetime access to horse racing tips. Selections are available when you log in to protected area of website.

What’s It All About?

No real detail offered on actual service. But you will be offered the chance to upgrade to “the next level” before you know what the original one is. Upsell cost is £37 but immediately reduced to £18.50 if you decline and this is followed by the Platinum membership offer for a further £29 to just the next 8 people which then becomes £14.50 on further decline. So you could spend just over £127 if you accept all the offers.

How Much Money Do I Need To Get Started? 

£10 claimed sufficient. No specific staking advice offered but bets advised in “units”

How Much Money Can I Make?  

90% win rate claimed. Loss of 7.25 points in trial to date.

How Much Time Will I Need To Make This Work?

Minutes daily.

Will I Need Any Equipment To Do This? 

PC and Internet connection to access selections.

Value For Money?  

Not so far.

Quality Of Customer Service?  

Not tested.

Review 

As marketing letters go this has probably every trick in it to try and catch the unwary. Very short on verifiable facts and very long on hype and ridiculous claims. Early in the marketing is this statement – “Thanks to a ground breaking system that provides me with an automated betting income every single day..” . Well it turns out that the tips are for All Weather courses only and there are not meetings every day on these.

The limitation is not mentioned in the marketing anywhere and it may well be that the upgrades you are bombarded with cover other racing but I would suggest the description of the main product is bordering on the misleading.

Users of the basic program need to log in to the website daily to access any selections that might be posted. Even if there is all weather racing there may not be a selection. Apart from the name of the selection and where it is running the only other advice is the number of Units to place on the selection.

No definition of units is supplied and the assertion on the confirmation email that “the member’s area is continually being upgraded” is not the case. Nothing has changed since day 1 and I imagine that the lack of success of the system will mean there are few subscribers left to fund any further expenditure in any event.

From day 1 the selections have had no pattern to them and we have already seen 2 losing runs of 13 bets. So much for the marketing claims of daily profits. A total of 55 running selections to date has seen just 9 winners (strike rate 16%) and when the selections are offering starting prices of 100/1 you question if the system involves a pin in the process.

2 of the winners have been priced over 10/1 but nothing will persuade me that this was anything more than a fluke. Without them the bank would be looking even sorrier that its current 7 point loss (it had been as low as a 20 point loss and has never been in profit).

As the payment is a one off we will continue to monitor for a further month and update readers at the end of November but our recommendation is that you should not bother with this service at all. A very mis-named service on the evidence to date.

You can see a full breakdown of my results here:

Auto Click Winners

Final Update 28/11/2012:

The additional opportunity for this service to shine has not produced any improvement in performance and with a strike rate at around 18% from 120 runners there seems little point in looking any further at the selections. In the whole trial we saw consecutive winners just once and losing runs of up to 22. Full details on the spreadsheet.

The author is now sending out emails for other systems of similar quality and our initial recommendation remains unchanged – avoid.

You can see a full breakdown of my results here:

Auto Click Winners

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Tags:

Category: Betting, Horse Racing, Horse Racing Tipsters, Tipster Services

Comments (2)

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  1. chapelhowp says:

    2 weeks and only 1 winner. All selections seem to be Wolverhampton or Haydock only with none at weekends so far. Only a max of 2 selections daily so far and sometimes they are NR because the selections are made pretty early in morning (before 7am when I usually check). If it keeps up like this then will ask for ClickBank refund!!

  2. Janeway says:

    I wouldn’t bother with this one – lost too much on it. I think I’ve had one winner only in the last 10 days so I’m no longer bothering. I’ll be requesting a refund.

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