Lay Genius System Review

| December 8, 2009 | 1 Reply

Product Name: Lay Genius System

Author: Bill Stratford

Company Name & Contact Details:

Streetwise Marketing
Eden House,
Genesis Park,
Sheffield Road,
S60 1DX
Tel: 01709 820033
Fax: 01709 360611



“£30 into £126,369.00 – Huge Tax Free Profits in Just Eleven Months. You’ve finally Found the Lay Betting System That Has Proved Itself……. Time and Time Again”

Price: £297 – which is half price, down from £599.

Money Back Guarantee:

8 weeks money back guarantee, however to claim a refund you have to submit copies of your betting receipts.

What Do You Get?

A quick start guide to laying horses for profit.

Where You Can Buy:

Brief Summary:

This is a Horse lay betting report that gives a clear step by step guide on how to find horses that will lose their races.

What’s It All About?

Laying horses is popular with bettors as in theory it should be easier to bet on horses to lose than win.

It’s not always straight forward though and you can lose money if your horse wins.

You can lay these horses on bet exchanges like – Betfair give good tutorials for anyone who isn’t familiar with laying.  Follow this link to find out more:

Unlike backing a horse to win, you can profit if the horse you bet against comes 2nd or lower in the race.

Do I Need Experience To Make This Work?

You will definitely need to be interested in horse racing to understand the guide, as it’s pretty basic but presumes you know something about racing.

How Much Money Do I Need To Get Started?

If betting with Betfair you can start betting with £2 a time, however depending on the odds of the horse you are laying you could lose more. If the horse is 10/1 you will lose ten times your stake.

There is no upper limit to how much you can bet.

How Much Money Can I Make?

The promotional material tells of how system turned £30 into over £120k. This isn’t as straight forward as it seems as it means you would have had to bet £30 on every selection.

Still the outcome is impressive, but there is a lack of proof that this money was actually made. No screen shots of the accounts or other proof is given.

How Much Time Will I Need To Make This Work?

The guide is pretty basic and will only take you an hour to get through. The system is straight forward and it’s easy to work out your bets.  You won’t need to spend lots of time on this one.

Will I Need Any Equipment To Do This?

You will need to have access to an email account to receive the tips and start a betting account.

Value For Money?

Like all tipster services you also have to expect to hit losing runs which could be one or two months long. This means you have to make sure you have a large enough starting bank to get you through such runs.

At £297 this guide is expensive for what you get.  If the system works then of course it’s a bargain but if it doesn’t, it’s an expensive mistake.

The money back guarantee is a little confusing and I feel they’ve done this so that it puts people off returning the guide.  It’s a little sneaky that you have to show proof of your bets.  Of course if it doesn’t work you’ll have had to bet every single time to ensure you get the refund. This just seems completely unworkable and unreasonable.

Does It Live Up To Claims In Promotion?

There isn’t a lot of information or proof that this system actually works.

In fact, one investigator Ben Catt claims this report is the same as one touted in 2007. Then it was Lazy Lay.  Now it just has a new name and new figures. Ben followed the system for a year and his results were unimpressive.

Ben doesn’t cover the new guide but he does identify that the products are from the same people and therefore we can expect the outcome to be pretty much the same.

This isn’t a product you should try for several reasons:

1) The last guide published by this outfit didn’t return a profit.

2) There seems to be confusion with the money back guarantee and problems getting refunds promptly.

3) There is a distinct lack of proof that this system actually works. The claims are impressive but there is no proof.

4) For £297 this guide is extremely expensive; there are other lay systems on sale for much less and you’d be better trying one of those if you are new to lay betting.


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Category: Betting, Books, Horse Laying Systems, Horse Racing, Horse Racing Systems

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  1. PeterFenton says:

    Not joined via this way , i have subscribed to a monthly service recommended via streetwise a very good friend of theirs.

    £ 79 a month , first month almost over and was £ 400 in the red so i contacted then and asked for a free months service until we were back in profit.

    This they granted and have since then had 9 straight winners , 1 looser 2 winners.

    Still not in the black though.

    Having purchased many systems in the past i can not still work out this one as the type of races seem very hit and miss with regard to type and number of ruuners.

    The only similar thing they have in common is vast majority of the horses are favourites.

    I await my 2nd month to see how this goes and whether they honour the free months subscription.

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