Company Name & Contact Details
81 Mosley Street, St Peters Square, Manchester M2 3FX email: email@example.com (shown incorrectly on website)
Let me show you how my Victory Tips have banked me £12,520 in profits……
£20 per month (plus VAT in EU)
Money Back Guarantee:
60 Day Unconditional (Clickbank)
What Do You Get .
win tips horse racing email based
Where to buy:
Victory Tips from David Hall offers win betting tips for horse racing. Claims min 43% strike achieved and results available from website but unverified. Standard marketing rags to riches story with images that have been used on other websites previously. The London based client is an actor and the guy from Kent appears on a male grooming website. Should offer 2 to 4 selections daily. Appears to have connections to ill fated Racing Eye service.
How Much Money Do I need to get started?
100 point bank assumed
How much money can I make?
How much time will I need to make this work?.
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 Victory Tips we would love to hear from you. Please leave your comments below.
Value for money?
Quality of customer service?
Non existent. No response to emails
Review The latest in a line of horse racing enthusiasts who have developed their own bespoke software to achieve the fantastic selection success claimed. The profits claims are based on £10 stakes and a strike rate which “never drops below 43% month in month out”. Although the results are specified in summary form when you click through to the detail it is not possible to see the full window needed to assess them – and in any event they are not verified and so could easily be after the event claims.
There is no formal welcome when you sign up and the first communication was the next daily selection email which offers a list of horses and a price. No indication of type of bet to be used or the staking plan and our request for advice on these issues was ignored. We have therefore used a nominal 100 point bank and 1 point level stakes which with a £1,000 starting bank would mean the £10 stakes he claims to have used.
The odds quoted in the emails (which are not sent daily as may be seen from the results specification) can be a little off the mark by the time the emails are received but this is not greatly relevant as only 20 of 101 runners have won. Funny how the minute we go live the strike rate cannot match the performance seen previously isn’t it? A losing run of 18 races is hardly consistent with a 40% plus strike rate while the best winning sequence is only 3 bets. Prices have ranged from odds on to 20/1 with the average winning price a shade under 3/1 with 12/1 the best seen.
At BOG prices this has meant a loss of 7.3 points while at BSP we are talking 19.4 points down the tubes. No comment has been made by the service about the poor results and again no response to a request for thoughts on the situation.
The outcome is no real surprise with the obvious deficiencies in the marketing and indeed the false testimonials. It is a pity he has not actually complied with the initial statement on the marketing page “I’m not here to waste anybody’s time…” As far as I am concerned the whole service is a sham and certainly a waste of time – and potentially cash – for those unlucky enough to have subscribed.
You can see a breakdown of the results here: