Lucky 7 Naps

| May 7, 2018 | Reply

Product Name:

Lucky 7 Naps

Company Name & Contact Details:

Betfan Limited,
Suite 1, Scotts Place
24 Scotts Road
Bromley
Kent
BR1 3QD

Price:

There are three membership options available – weekly, monthly (which is actually every 28 days) or quarterly (which is charged every 90 days).

The weekly fee is £28.50 plus VAT (total of £34.20). The monthly (every 28 days in reality) cost is £66.00 plus VAT (total of £79.20), this represents a saving of around 42% (excluding VAT) over the total charge for four individual weeks.

Quarterly (every 90 days) membership is £133.50 plus VAT (total of £160.20). This represents a saving of around 37% when calculated on the daily cost compared to a monthly subscription.

Money Back Guarantee:

No. 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 granted.

What Do You Get?

Win only bets on UK racing seven days a week, delivered by e-mail on the day of racing.

Where to Buy:

https://members.betfanplus.com/services/lucky7naps//

Brief Summary:

Daily horseracing tips focussing on races with seven or less runners – hence the name! Generally there are between one and four tips per day, and the advised staking is always 5-points per selection.

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

A starting bank of 300-points is recommended.

How Much Money Can I Make?

No specific claims, but the historic results quoted on the service’s sales page claim 4,135.47 points profit since the service launched in February 2014 up to November 2015. However, the fact that this information is now nearly three years out of date leaves us with little to go on.

Luckily there is a separate “proofing” page which carries the results of every selection since launch right up to date. According to this page, total profits are now 7,726.53 points (or an average of around 150 points per month). NB this service uses five-points per bet as the basic staking, so you need to take this into account when assessing the results.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

Minutes daily when the tips are received.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

Internet connection with a mobile device, lap top or PC and access to on-line bookmakers.

Value for Money?

As always, I want to give the service a fair crack over the three-month review period. However, it’s fair to say that the first month has left them with a mountain to climb to turn things around in months two and three, which will need to be very much in line with the historic results claimed.

Quality of Customer Service?

Not tested. Contact is via the members’ area of the website.

Review

Lucky 7 Naps has been operated by Michael since August 2012 and joined the Bet Kudos platform (part of Betfan) in February 2014. As is the case with a lot of the services operating under the Betfan banner, you need to be aware of the staking plan that is used to generate the results claimed. In the case of Lucky 7 Naps, each and every bet is a five-point stake. This generates the need for a 300-point starting bank.

The service focuses on win only bets in UK horse races with seven or fewer runners. To that end the system is simple and straightforward to follow.

Typically there are between one and four tips per day depending on the number and quality of small field races that day.

Tips are e-mailed daily, seven days a week, and usually arrive early morning, commonly before 06:30. The e-mail format follows a typical Betfan layout which makes it clear and easy to follow. Each advice details the meeting, race time, selection, bet type (always win singles in this case), the recommended stake (always five-points) and the advised odds. There is no analysis of the reason for each selection.

There is a full history of results on the web site, with each month since February 2014 having its own page. However, the results information on the sales page is three years out of date.

Results – Month 1 (2nd April to 1st May 2018)

A difficult month to kick off the review period. Out of the 66 selections given there were just seven winners, a strike rate of 10.61%. The longest losing run was 16, and there was an unbroken run of 12 losing selections up to the end of the month.

The average odds of the selections in the period was a tad under 11.5 (between 10/1 and 11/1). However, the average odds of the six winning selections was just 4.6 (a fraction over 7/2).

All-in-all the month suffered a loss of 191.88 points and a negative return on investment (ROI) of 58.14%.

Summary at end of Month 1

Obviously, this month’s results are a million miles away from the average expectations of this tipster. However, we use three-month review periods to enable us to get a picture of a tipster’s performance over a longer period, so we will wait and see if months two and three bring forth an improvement.

The full results to date can be seen here.

 

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