Product Name: Next Generation Football Alchemy
Author: Wilfred Holt
Company Name & Contact Details:
Website registered to Timothy Humphrey Unit 37 Lenton Business Centre Nottingham NG7 2BY,
Advised on 1/3 that service is operated from 51a Preston, Bedford, MK40 4DU email: email@example.com
Shock ! This product actually works! At last you can throw out those useless form tables….. Exploit a Multi-million pound loophole in a forgotten market to make generous profits! .
Money Back Guarantee: 56 Days refund offered (Paypal)
What Do You Get?
– PDF Manual download
Where to buy: www.ngfootballalchemy.com
Next Generation Football Alchemy from Wilfred Holt claims that by selecting 10 correct score bets using their system you should get 6 correct but even 1 will guarantee a profit on the series. Selections advised by email daily. Marketing page also mentions software included.
How Much Money Do I need to get started?
Advises memebrs can start with £1 bets.
How much money can I make?
Potential profits considered “unlimited”.
How much time will I need to make this work?.
Anything from a few minutes upwards depending on degree of additional research by user.
Will I need any equipment to do this?
Value for money?
Questionable in view of service business ethics
Quality of customer service?
The marketing implies this is an updated version of an old system and includes a testimonial dated 2007. Of course the name of the publisher (there are Circle Media connections likely) will give the clue that you need to take everything claimed with a large pinch of salt. Supposedly based on a little known mathematical formula there is very little detail given other than the indication you will be using the correct score markets.
On signing up you receive an immediate download of the User Guide. This explains a stats based mechanical system for football betting which includes a recovery staking plan. There is no mention of achieving a 60% strike rate in the document, more a suggestion that you should cut your losses at 17 consecutive losers.
There was no software download when we signed up nor was there any contact detail to allow questions to be asked of the author. 4 days later we received an email from the new address (as above) but no further detail provided nor were any selections advised. Worryingly the new address also has a poor reputation for services originating there (and is currently pushing an email collection operation implying that they will let you have free access to one of Kevin at HRR’s software scanners. This is without the knowledge or agreement of Kevin). Eventually Paypal provided another email address for the transaction but enquiries to this and the other one regarding complete delivery of the package advertised went unanswered.
We cannot show detailed results for the system as this would give too much detail away. It is straightforward and includes a couple of filters to try and exclude obvious matches that are unlikely to be successful. The system should work on any league and would take no more than 5 minutes per league to identify and place bets.
Using just the English Premier league we have seen 38 bets in the first month and have achieved summary results as follows based on a 500 starting bank with initial 1 point stake:
Current bank: £665.00
Total Stake: £91.00
The largest stake required has been 6 points. With a profit of more than 4 points per bet the outcome is impressive albeit a small sample so far.
With the basic system capable of producing such a good return you have to question why the current peddler thought it necessary to make the additional offers and claims in the marketing. What they have done is remove any possibility of trust of their business and you wonder if the acquisition of an up to date marketing email list outweighs this.
I cannot recommend purchase in the light of the dubious business practices employed but if you can find a copy on Ebay it may just be worth a look.
Intermittent tips have started to appear recently – an example being shown below:
“England Premier League West Ham v Watford 19:45
West Ham have scored at least 2 goals in their last 5 matches in the Premier League and I fancy them to take this 2-0″
This is hardly insightful or based on the normal type of calculation you would expect from a tipster and just one of half a dozen has come good so far.
The main system has continued to be profitable but with a run of 10 losing bets seen at the moment the profit return has reduced to 107.06%.
Still, from total stakes of 180.50 I have produced a profit of £193.25, which most of us could live with!
My position at the end of month one – that I cannot recommend purchase in the light of the dubious business practices employed but if you can find a copy on Ebay it may just be worth a look – still stands.
Final Update – 27/5/2016:
The English season is over now so a final look at the outcome here.
A final run of 24 games without a winner has dented the profits although we still show a 72.75 point profit at an ROI of 20.18%.
The selections have ceased now and were sporadic and a little whimsical at times. Our prime reservations remain and the long losing run seen recently shows the potential dangers.