Follow the Cricket Man Review

| August 1, 2017 | 1 Reply

Product Name:

Follow the Cricket Man Service

Author:

William Perry

Company Name & Contact Details

William Perry Limited 129 Kingsway, London WC2B 6NH email: William@followthecricketman.com

Headline:

“I’m a great believer in luck and I find the harder I work the more I have of it”.

Price:

£29 (Plus VAT in EU) for Lifetime subscription

Money Back Guarantee:

Unconditional refund offered up to end of 1st month of subscription

What Do You Get   .

Email based cricket tipping advice

Where to buy:

followthecricketman.com

Brief Summary

Follow the Cricket Man form William Perry offers betting advice on world wide cricket. Selections advised by email with information from former players and contacts initiated when working as cricket journalist. No past results offered.

How Much Money Do I need to get started?

No advice given.

How much money can I make?

No specific claims made but testimonials from former service indicate thousands monthly.

How much time will I need to make this work?.

Few minutes when selections advised

Will I need any equipment to do this?

Internet Connection

Value for money?  

No – selections ceased after 2 weeks

Quality of customer service?  

Poor – does not respond to emails.

Review

We were asked to take a look at this service by a Betting Rant member who had tried to get additional information from the author but failed to obtain any response. The email invitation to join the service is long on (mostly irrelevant) history and very short on facts with no back up to underpin the claimed performance.

The website itself has inconsistencies including a picture of the author on his 40th birthday “earlier this year” and 2 paragraphs later advising us he is now aged 44. He also claims to be a former cricket journalist which must have been as a freelance as he does not show up as a major contributor on searches and his language skills would not be tolerated by most publishers.

His last match as a journo was the 1994 New Zealand test at Nottingham which was 22 years before his website was established and thus he was either 22 or 18 at that point having started his cricket interest at the age of 21 and having “travelled all over the country in the late 1980’s conducting interviews with historic figures”! You would hope he does not undertake scoring duties with such inaccuracies abounding.

He suggests we should follow him now in the wake of his successful postal tipping service called Trust the Cricket Man which again fails to register in any searches despite having had a subscriber list in excess of 500 in 2002..

As indicated above the service is apparently based on a large number of information sources and a possible selection has to jump through hoops before it is ever released.

The sign up process is straightforward but there is no welcome email offering advise on staking but you have to complete a sign up confirmation to allow his to use his email service to send you tips. (In my experience the services that require this also use this confirmation to add you to their list of people to whom they consider they can make other offers – or spam as I call it).

Initially selections appeared every 2 or 3 days and were mainly in the match win market. However, 1 selection was sent 12 hours after the match had been played and another was advising a market that did not exist (although it was possible to effectively make the same bet using another market). So of the 7 bets achievable 4 won and at 1 point stake a profit of just under half a point was made.

But the bets have stopped appearing after just 2 weeks and emails asking what is happening have not been answered. (Nor were my enquiries about betting bank and staking advice)

All in all not very satisfactory  and it is difficult to escape the thought that the aim is to take some cash off punters as well as building up an email marketing list which can be sold on for a profit.

I have seen nothing that inspires me to believe there is any special expertise in the cricketing world and could certainly not recommend subscribing.

For what they are worth the results can be seen here:

Follow The Cricket Man Results

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Category: Reviews, Sports Betting Tipsters

Comments (1)

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  1. Spudmeistered says:

    Being as though I’m a huge cricket fan, the results of this will be very interesting.

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