Lazy Cash System (Final Update)

| August 25, 2019 | Reply


Product Name:

Lazy Cash System

Company Name & Contact Details:

Betfan Limited,
Suite 1, Scotts Place
24 Scotts Road


There are a number of different membership options from seven-days to six-months:
£15.00 plus VAT = £18.00 every 7 days
£45.00 plus VAT = £54.00 every 28 days
£126.00 plus VAT = £151.20 every 90 days
£214.00 plus VAT = £256.80 for 6 months

Money Back Guarantee:

No. Betfan’s terms and conditions state that subscriptions are generally non-refundable but that every request for a refund will be reviewed, and if they feel a refund is warranted it will be given.

What Do You Get?

Four to six tips per day generated by the Lazy Cash System’s computer algorithms. There is a mixture of singles, doubles and trixies throughout the month. Selections are sent each morning, generally between 10:30 and midday.

Where to Buy:

Lazy Cash System

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

A starting bank of 150-points is recommended by Betfan for this service.

How Much Money Can I Make?

The Lazy Cash system proofing page on shows 144.29 points profit in the first four months, to the end of May 2019. This equates to around 36-points per month on average.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

A maximum of 10-15 minutes per day should be more than adequate to get the tips placed.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

The standard fare of a laptop, PC, tablet or smart phone with internet connectivity and access to a range of online bookmaker accounts is recommended.

Value for Money?

This is one for the end of the review rather than the start. With a net profit (after the cost of the subscription) at £10 and £50 per point stakes I am happy to award a VFM pass based on our review period.

Quality of Customer Service?

Has the backing and support of the Betfan platform. Requests for support are made via the support ticket system on the website. I have always received a quick and professional response when using the Betfan support system to set up reviews.


The Lazy Cash System is a newcomer to the Betfan platform having only started proofing to them in February 2019.

According the author of the system, “Betting is a numbers game and that is the only way to make it pay…Gone are the old days of working these out manually. Using computers and sophisticated algorithms means today we can crunch more data in seconds.”

The Lazy Cash System uses such algorithms and then further compares the shortlist to other factors to ensure that only horses with the right conditions in the right race make it onto the final tip list for the day. Generally this results in four to six bets per day and they can be singles, doubles or Trixies, depending on the number of horses and the spread of odds.

Staking is one-point per bet on singles and doubles and two-points on Trixies (i.e. 0.5 points x 4 bets). Each-way selections, of which there are a few, are still the same total points so a single or double becomes 0.5 points each-way and a Trixie 0.25 points each-way.

The email with the day’s selections usually arrives between 10:30 and midday for that day’s racing. In addition, the selections can be found on the Betfan app and in the member’s area of the website. The email is standard Betfan fare, with the basic information for each selection (race, horse, odds etc.), no write up or analysis, but the racing colours of each horse shown as a nice aide memoire if you are watching the racing.

In the four months since Lazy Cash System started proofing to Betfan it has generated 144.29 points profit, to the end of May 2019. This equates to around 36-points per month on average. The ROI is started as 24.3% and the strike rate 24.35%, so it will be interesting to see how our review compares to these benchmarks.

Results – Month 1 (22nd May to 21st June 2019)

We started the review with a tidy profit of 22.17 points in the first month. This came from 149 singles with a strike rate of 21.48%, plus 24 doubles, of which eight showed a return, and seven Trixies, of which three showed a return.

The singles accounted for just 5.06 points of the profit, with the doubles realising 16.19 points profit and the remaining 0.92 points coming from the Trixies. So all three bet types made a contribution this month.

The highlight was the “Foxy” double at Sandown on 30th May which paid out at just over 13/2 on Fox Leicester and Fox Premier. There were three other doubles which paid out between five and six to one. There were two 7/1 winners amongst the singles, with Manton Warrior and Production both winning in the last two days of the month to bump the profit up nicely.

The return on investment (ROI) was 11.86% for the period and this nets down (after taking into account the cost of the monthly membership) to 8.72% at £10 per point stakes and 11.21% at £50 per point.

Results – Month 2 (22nd June to 21st July 2019)

There was a drop in the strike rate on the singles this month to 16.9% from a similar number of selections to last month. This resulted in a loss of 5.72 points on the singles this time around. However, with the doubles performing exceptionally well again and generating 16.6 points of profit, the loss from the singles and a further loss of 10.66 points from five Trixies and a Lucky 15 were covered, and we ended the month with a tiny profit of just 0.22 of a point.

Overall the profit now stands at 22.39 points.

The best individual selection this month was undoubtedly 12/1 winner Micronize. There were also successful doubles paying out over 11/2 , 13/2 and 15/2 during the month.

The net ROI, after allowing for the subscription costs, now stands at 3.05% at £10 per point stakes and 5.45% at £50 per point after two months.

Results – Month 3 (22nd July to 21st August 2019)

The strike rate on the singles this month returned to a similar level to Month 1 at 22.48%. This saw the singles this month generate a profit of 13.41 points. Unfortunately, the multiples wiped out 8.9 points of that profit (doubles -1.4 /Trixies -7.5) and left us with a final gain for Month 3 of 4.51 points. Combined with the previous months’ performances we end the review with a profit of 26.9 points.

Although this month was around breakeven after the cost of the subscription if you were betting at £10 per point stakes, the net cash return over the full review period was £107 at £10 per point stakes or £1,183 at £50 per point.

The profit this month came at a return on investment (ROI) of 2.75% and over the course of the review we have made a return of 5.05%. The net ROI, after allowing for the subscription costs, ended the review at 1.95% at £10 per point stakes and 4.41% at £50 per point.

Summary at End of Month 1

A good start to the review with a tidy profit and healthy ROI, although both are below the historic averages so there is still room for improvement in the next two months as well.

Summary at End of Month 2

A breakeven month to all intents and purposes, which preserves the profit from Month One and leaves the way clear to push on in the final month towards the historic profit and ROI levels claimed for the service.

Summary at End of Month 3

A small profit this month saw the review end with an overall profit of 26.9 points at an ROI of 5.05%. Overall this was a satisfactory review which shows potential in the service albeit that we didn’t hit the levels of the historic claims.


A full breakdown of the results for the review period can be found here.


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