The Win Advisor
Company Name & Contact Details
Office 12, Wellington House, East Road, Cambridge, CB1 1BH email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Win Advisor turns £2 bets into £2,811.12 in just 9 months.
£36.50 (plus VAT in EU) for 1 year.
Money Back Guarantee:
60 day unconditional (Clickbank)
What Do You Get .
Email based horse race tipping service
Where to buy:
The Win Advisor Service from Darren Hyde is a horse rail email tipping line with selections advised the evening before racing. The USP seems to be that even though he sends the selections early you will make a profit at ISP which is what claims are based upon. Bank is re-calculated monthly with any profit re-invested until end of 1st year.
How Much Money Do I need to get started?
50 point bank recommended
How much money can I make?
Claims average profit 26.25 points per month in 2016 at ISP
How much time will I need to make this work?.
Will I need any equipment to do this?
Value for money?
Quality of customer service?
Poor – no response to email enquiry
Although the website is not over hyped in comparison to many there are signs that this could well be another standard marketing mafia tipping service. Full results are only disclosed for September and more than 3 months later no updates are seen. We are not given any useful information on the process behind making the selection and the main feature is that the disclosed results are based on ISP prices so there can be no discrepancy in the outcome.
A normal sign up process with a welcome email advising that selections are normally received the night before the races. You are invited to ask for the day’s selections if you sign up in the morning but my request was ignored completely. I was a little concerned when I saw the operating address as the same serviced office was used for Boom Bets but there is no other obvious connection between the services.
Within 3 days of signing up the marketing started and among the first to be received was an invitation to join the Sequence Multiplier Service. A look at the thread for this (itself a copy of another discredited service) will tell you a lot about the credentials of Darren Hyde. Since then there seem to have been more affiliate offers than selections!
The daily emails advise the selections and re-state the staking advice which is to use a 50 point bank and re-calculate the stake at the end of the month. Any profits are reinvested until the end of the year at which point you decide how much to withdraw then carry on as before. The potential price of next year’s sub is not mentioned at this stage.
Selection emails are usually sent out the evening before racing but there is no indication of the price you should be trying to get on the horse. It appears that the system is to select runners that are generally near the top of the market although prices up to 13 have been seen so far. Quite a number of the selections drift before the off and just 1 of the winners has come from such selections.
A total of 81 runners so far with 13 winning (16% strike rate) which is below the performance indicated on the marketing page. The bank has flirted briefly with profit but for the most part has been in draw down with a trough of 14 points seen which has now recovered to a loss of 6.5 points. This is using BOG prices as available at the time of receipt of emails – if using ISP as per his disclosure the outcome would have been approximately 11 points greater loss.
For month 2 of the trial the stake will reduce by 13.35% which will make achievement of the profits claimed available even more difficult.
There has been no commentary from the author regarding the poor performance and whilst the outcome is hardly a disaster the creation of a list for email marketing is clearly more important to him. Certainly not a service to subscribe to as we have experienced and an email address to consider blocking in future to reduce your spam intake.
You can see the results to date here: