Pro Footy Tips Service
Company Name & Contact Details
Betting Gods Ltd 19 St Christopher’s Way
Pride Park Derby DE24 8JY email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Average £326.55 profit every month with this football tipster
£1 first month then £29.95 per month or £69.95 per quarter or £249.95 for life (plus VAT in EU)
Money Back Guarantee:
60 day unconditional (Clickbank)
What Do You Get
email based football tipping advice .
Where to buy:
What’s it all about?
Pro Footy Tips from Betting Gods is a soccer tipping service operating mainly in the 1×2 market. Advised by email with around 25-35 bets per month. Proofing pre launch shows 37.4% strike rate with 45.99% ROI.
How Much Money Do I need to get started?
75 point bank advised with stakes 1 – 5 points per selection
How much money can I make?
130 points profit in proofing since Sept 2015
How much time will I need to make this work?.
Few minutes when selections received
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 Pro Footy Tips we would love to hear from you. Please leave your comments below.
Value for money?
Quality of customer service?
Good – prompt response to emails
On the face of it this service is a pretty standard football tipping service majoring in the 1×2 market but if you look closely at the results disclosed on the site you will see that this is not quite the whole story. Your inspection will show that there are very few selections tipped at odds on so in effect the author is trying to identify potential upsets from the perceived form book and his proofing period pre launch would seem to indicate that he is pretty good at this.
On signing up you receive a welcome email which includes staking advice. A 75 point bank is recommended and staking is specified with each selection up to 5 points. Emails with the selections are received at varying times but there should always be plenty of time to place the bets. Quoted odds have been available when selections are received and after an initial hiccough regarding the intended market it is clear what the subscriber is supposed to do with the advice.
The author looks far and wide for his selections with Australia and South America covered so far but the majority are European matches with the emphasis on lower leagues generally although this may be a reflection of the timing of the launch. As well as the normal win market we have seen selections in the Draw No Bet, Half time and Handicap categories.
In the trial to date we have seen 41 selections at average odds of 5.26 so it does take a genius to work out that in a 2 horse race the majority of bets are likely to be unsuccessful. Unfortunately the success rate has been way below the previously achieved level with just 6 winning bets (14.6%) and 1 push. Average stake is about 2 points. The longest losing run of 13 bets has been repeated and subscribers have seen a loss of 22.7 points. The only category to show a profit is the Handicap bets.
The situation has been acknowledged by the service with the author writing to apologise and stress that he has been making profits using this system since 1988. He suggests there are typically 2 losing months annually and that August was the first since December 2015. He also advises that the likely ROI for long term subscribers is going to be between 15 and 20%, the initial proofing to Betting Gods being a rather purple patch. It is to be hoped that he is correct but at least the acceptance of the issues is a start and members will know that many services just get quieter and quieter in bad spells.
So the clock is ticking here as another bad month will probably be terminal for confidence that the service can deliver worthwhile returns for its subscribers. It is argued that the return of the major leagues will offer better opportunities. The availability of the 60 day guarantee is reassuring here as you can take a look risk free and at no cost if you paper trade. We applaud services that offer realistic trials or risk free opportunities to test out their claims – it really is a telling sign of confidence and transparency.
While we could not recommend backing the selections on the performance so far the potential is clear and it will not take too much of an upturn to recover here so perhaps a watching brief for September would be sensible.
You can see the detailed results here:
With 3 months experience now the service has certainly not lived up to its initial predictions and only a set of 3 winning bets at the end of October has allowed any semblance of respectability to show. We have seen a couple of emails advising that things will be all right soon but November really is the last chance saloon.
You will certainly need a relaxed mindset if you are to follow the service even with an improved performance. Losing runs will be the norm with the type of selections seen and so far the occasional winner has really not compensated for them. We have seen 132 selections with 27 winners and 3 pushes which are showing a profit of 1.8 points at a pitiful ROI of 0.6%.
We could not recommend on the basis of this performance genuine as the service may be.
The updated results may be viewed here: