Soccer Profits Pro
Company Name & Contact Details
Tipster TV, Betfan Group, 65 Morden Hill, Lewisham, London SE13 7NP support: https://members.tipstertv.com/support/
£30 month 1 then £40 per month or £65 for quarter 1 then £86.67 per quarter or £110 for first 6 months then £146.67 per half year – all plus VAT in EU
Currently offer of £10 for first month on this link (Jan 2017)
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What Do You Get .
email based football tipping service
Where to buy:
Soccer Profits Pro from Simon Bradley and Tipster TV offers football betting advice by email or members area of website. Mainly 1×2 market with multiples advised. Full results shown on site – 410 points profit from April 2016 to Jan 2017 (245 in April 2016). Selections received night before or on morning of games.
How Much Money Do I need to get started?
250 point bank recommended with staking from 1 to 5 points
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?
Value for money?
Not so far – performance poor
Quality of customer service?
Good – prompt response to queries
A good consistent football tipster has been hard to find over the last 6 years and so the marketing for this service was attractive being an established and profitable offering over the last half of 2016. It just goes to show how reviewer’s curse can strike anywhere – sorry Simon.
The underlying theme here is to find selections that are not odds on and this is achieved by looking at multiples and underdogs or the draw. The main pattern is to select 2 games as a draw and put these in a double followed by up to 20 other matches depending on the weekday involved and these are a combination of doubles and trixies with some outrights thrown in. There have even been a couple of lucky 15s. Advices are normally received the night before and can be up to 3 days in advance so it is clear no account is being taken of the team selections. Odds quoted are normally available but can sometimes be bettered by using Oddschecker.
The majority of games are from the UK but European matches are covered – the most irritating thing about the service is the rather slapdash way the selections are presented with no guidance for non footballing followers as to the location of the league/cup involved.
If subscription value were determined at the cost per tip then we would be looking good here. In just under 3 months some 337 bets advised at odds up to 30.0 (more if you calculate the trixie potential) – an average of around 4 per day but the weekends see the significant majority of bets. A betting bank of 250 points is advised with individual staking advised for bets normally 2 or 3 with 1 point for many multiples. In the trial to date the bank has been turned over nearly 3 times.
And initially things looked promising with a profit of more than 40 points seen in the middle of first month but this declined to a low of 62 points south before recovering to a mere 6 point profit over the trial period. The ROI is just 0.89% and this does not factor in the subscription cost (60 points at the level we have used for the example). The strike rate achieved is 28.2% with a losing run of 20 bets seen and several others in double figures.
There has been no comment from the service regarding performance and if you have been unlucky enough to subscribe your patience must have been sorely tested over the last 3 months. The site reporting is accurate (as we have found with all Betfan services) and so it may well be that the summer season of Scandinavian and Southern Hemisphere games will provide the turn around this service badly needs. I am afraid we could not recommend on the performance we have experienced.
You can see the detailed results of the trial here: