Company Name & Contact Details
Office 12 Wellington House East Road Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB1 1BH email: firstname.lastname@example.org
£45 for 3 months, £60 for 6 months or £90 for 12 months (all plus VAT in EU)
Money Back Guarantee:
60 Day Unconditional (Clickbank)
What Do You Get .
email based horse race win tips
Where to buy:
http://boombets.net/boom.html (saves the email harvesting)
Boom Bets from Nick Stevens offers email based win tips 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!
How Much Money Do I need to get started?
60 point bank advised with 1 or 2 point staking at BSP
How much money can I make?
No specific claims made
How much time will I need to make this work?.
Will I need any equipment to do this?
Our trial of this service has begun and we’ll post our results soon. In the meantime, if you have tried Boom Bets we would love to hear from you. Please leave your comments below.
Value for money?
Not so far
Quality of customer service?
One of the recent popular marketing ploys is to claim that a service is re-opening and so you should take advantage of the inevitable short lived opportunity to join. Boom bets was one of these and despite the profit claims and longevity implications we have been unable to find any independent verification of the existence of the service let alone its profit claims. To suggest the opportunity to join is by invitation only is yet another ploy – invitations have been sent to the world and his wife via every email marketers list that has names potentially interested in betting.
The website has now been closed with a sold out sign but it was a pretty standard I will make you very rich style operation with no back up that could be confirmed. In essence this is a new email harvesting operation that you – the user – pays for the privilege of letting your email be used while potentially losing cash on the tips sent out. Clever stuff isn’t it!
At least the service makes a pretence of trying to do things properly with staking advice and the instruction that bets are designed to be placed at BSP. Makes life quite simple and the email advices have been received in the early part of the day with an average of around 4 selections each time. I do take exception, however, to services that send out non runners when the withdrawal was made 2 hours prior to despatch of the email.
Things started off quite well with a smattering of winners at the sort of odds mentioned in the marketing and a profit of 15.6 points was seen before a downturn occurred with a losing run of 25 selections and we slid all the way to a loss of 15 points at which stage the odds policy changed and most have been at less than 3/1 (refer to average odds of 6.8 claimed) and now average less than 5. There have been 52 winners from 178 runners (29.21%) with an average winning price of 3.51 including a stunning 1.05 and 1.08 recently. Having peaked at a 24.6 points profit we are now showing a near break even position again so it has all been a bit of a waste of time although I understand that Alton Towers is looking at the graph to see if they can make a new ride out of it!
There is certainly nothing so far to indicate that the service is going to offer good value and we could not recommend it based on what we have seen to date. The reason for the author’s lack of record keeping skills is perhaps now clear and the closure of the website a blessing.
You can see the detailed results here: