All Weather Specialist
Company Name & Contact Details
Lily Farm House, Pean Hill, Whitstable Kent CT5 3BJ email: email@example.com
Its time to be part of a genuine honest and trustworthy service that no tipster or betting platform can compete with…..
£97 for 3 months, £167 for 6 months or £237 for 12 months
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What Do You Get .
email based horse race win service
Where to buy:
The All Weather Specialist from George Foster offers win tipping advice for all weather horse racing. Author claims years of successful betting personally and has developed the system underlying the selection process since May 2015. Advised by email on morning of racing.
How Much Money Do I need to get started?
200 point bank advised for level stakes (1 point per selection) or 1% of bank if compounding
How much money can I make?
No specific claims made – site shows profit 815 points since May 2015
How much time will I need to make this work?.
Few minutes daily
Will I need any equipment to do this?
Value for money?
Loss made initial month
Quality of customer service?
Prompt response to emails
This is the latest in the line of services that have apparently been tested pre launch at another review site and having passed with flying colours have been released on the unsuspecting masses. We did contact the author to ask for the selections to be sent to us for a review but he declined. Never a good sign in my view so we subscribed anyway.
I lost count of the number of email that I received promoting this service and the number of times I was told that George is as honest as the day is long unlike any other tipster. A certain Mr Beek used to spend a great deal of time explaining how trustworthy he was and we all know how that turns out. No matter if you managed to read through the initial free gift (which had so much in it that you could be forgiven for missing the important bits) and were then convinced to sign up you immediately were chased into making your sub for a longer period at reduced rates. Another standard ploy that we know has been less than productive for other services from the same source. We are even shown a picture of the author as a boy with his championship winning greyhound. Interesting that the picture derives from the Ogbourne St George village website and is of one Brian Mitchell. I continue to try to track down the subject of the image.
But what of the service which to be fair is technically good with emails received around 11am on the morning of racing and clear details of the selections. The service is based on all selections being win bets but the standard cop out of you can use each way or place if you prefer is included. Staking is recommended as either 1 point level from a 200 point bank or 1% progressive. The results are disclosed at BSP but we have also calculated the potential return using BOG prices at the time of receipt of emails.
In almost 6 weeks there have been 141 runners with 22 winners (15.6%) at average BSP of just over 10. There has been a losing run of 43 which is in line with the likely max for a strike rate at 15% – the author has rightly advised that subscribers should be prepared for another such run happening soon after the end of this one. The average winning odds are 4.36 although we have seen prices up to 68 advised.
An initial profit was seen at both BOG and BSP pricing but even before the long losing run started the trend was down. From a peak of 16 points profit (BOG) or 7.3 points (BSP level) we are now seeing a 6 or 16.5 points loss for the period. The progressive option has fared worse and is showing a 32.5% loss.
None of those outcomes is a disaster but there has not been anything to generate any real confidence yet and with half the initial 3 month subscription through the clock is very much ticking. Interesting that a free trial is now available for the service which must be very frustrating for those who have paid subscriptions.
At this stage the jury is very much out for this service. There are some positives but set against that the little discrepancies that we have seen and I for one would not yet be prepared to risk my cash on these selections. I am happy to be proved wrong in my misgivings and we will see how things have moved at the end of April. If you can get the free trial then no harm in taking a look at how things operate but would not suggest paying yet.
You can see the results to date here: