Product Name: Sports Investing Strategies
Author: Frank Belanger and James Dodson
Company Name & Contact Details:
SIS or Plusline
1250 Rene-Levesque West,
World’s easiest sports investment
Price: Daily free tip plus several paid for plans
Money Back Guarantee: No
Where To Buy: http://www.sportsinvestingstrategies.com/
Sports Investing Strategies by Frank Belanger and James Dodson is an email based tipping service for American sports plus soccer. You also get a free downloadable report but it is just some basic staking plans.
What’s It All About?
We are starting with the free picks but not expecting much as they are advised as being for recreational purposes only and there is a specific comment that if you want to bet then you should subscribe.
How Much Money Do I Need To Get Started?
100 point bank used for trial.
How Much Money Can I Make?
No claims for free tips. Paid services said to provide significant profits.
How Much Time Will I Need To Make This Work?
No free tips received in 1 month trial.
Will I Need Any Equipment To Do This?
PC and Internet connection.
Value For Money?
Unable to judge.
Quality Of Customer Service?
Not tested. Advised that only paying subscribers will be answered.
The reader who asked us to review this service mentioned the old service name and when you sign up you are taken to that website even though the sign up is for SIS. Mind you there is more information about the perpetrators on there than the SIS site so may not be so bad after all.
When you sign up for the free tips you are then advised that they are really not worth a bean and you need to pay to get the real stuff – also the free tips are only sent a couple of hours before the games rather than 12+ so limiting their value to the UK audience.
Mind you even that would have been better than the reality which is that not a single free tip was received during the trial period but there were many emails extolling the virtues of the advice given recently which there was no way of checking in advance of the event.
I am always suspicious of name changes when there is no good reason and unless the trail to the old service is very clear and the results carried through you might be forgiven for thinking that previous failures are being avoided. To only disclose results to paying subscribers is also hardly encouraging either.
The price of the subscription services is relatively high and with no money back guarantee offered it seems to me that there is no good reason whatsoever for risking any of your cash on any of this publisher’s services.
Several members have already commented on the track record of the main author and perhaps those warning words should be noted.