Guaranteed Winners Service Review

| May 16, 2017 | 6 Replies

Product Name:

Guaranteed Winners


Eddie Newman

Company Name & Contact Details:

48 Eling Lane, Totton, Southampton SO40 9GE


 Now I’m giving a handful of lucky punters a chance to bet on the exact same horses as me and the chance to make LIFE CHANGING sums of money using this service.


£29.99+VAT =£35.99

Money Back Guarantee:

60 days unconditional (Clickbank)

What Do You Get:

Selections sent via email each morning

Where to buy:

Brief Summary:

Guaranteed Winners is a email based Horse Racing tipping service, you check your emails in the morning place the bets and that’s it.

How Much Money Do I need to get started?

Nothing stated (but would recommend a starting bank of £200)

How much money can I make?

Claims to have made over £80000.00 in the last year??

How much time will I need to make this work?.

Minutes daily

Will I need any equipment to do this?

Internet Connection and Bookmaker Account

Value for money?  

Good start

Quality of customer service?  

Poor – does not respond to emails

Review  by Barry Gill

We have now completed 30 days of guaranteed Winners so a here is a update of the service so far.

You receive the days selections each morning via email simply place the bet with a bookmaker of your choice (I would try and go for one offering BOG) and that’s it.

Now a little about the service, there were 3 no bet days and when we tried to contact him to see if there were any selections emails went unanswered.

There was no staking plan or indication as to bet size advised so for consistency for the review I did level stakes of £10 win for each bet.

Quick Summery    

102 – selections

24 – winners

67 – losers

11 – non runners

S/R – 26.37%

P/L – £530.63

ROI – 58.31%


All of which are very impressive figures. The detailed results may be viewed here:

Guaranteed Winners results

Update 20/7/2017 with Final Thoughts 

We have completed our review of Guaranteed Winners, The second 30 days have not been as successful as the first 30 days losing money and eating into the profits gained from the first half, that said we still finished with a profit of £299.08 at £10 level stakes Full stats are here :
Selections = 199
Winners = 38
Losers = 141
N/R = 20
S/R = 21.23%
Overall P/L = +299.08 (29.9 points)
ROI = 16.71%
Now the strike rate is nowhere near the 95% he claimed and if it had got anywhere near I would have been amazed as that kind of figure is just pie in the sky the absolute ultimate holy grail.
A quick breakdown of the last 30 days are :
Selections = 97
Winners = 14
Losers = 74
N/R = 9
S/R = 15.91%
Overall P/L = -£231.75
ROI = -26.33%
Personally because of the lack of correspondence and extravagant claims, no reasoning to why the selections are being made I could not recommend this service even though he made a profit, I feel one day he will disappear and then probably set up another tipping service and start all over again.
The full results may be viewed here:

Note from Peter Philipson

Barry has summed up the problem perfectly  in the last paragraph. Nothing the service has offered generates any confidence that the profitable month is anything more than a flash in the pan.

As  mentioned on another thread he has now launched another service (Fortune Bets) with all the usual unsubstantiated hype.


Category: Horse Racing Tipsters, Reviews, Tipster Services

Comments (6)

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  1. Norman Robinson says:

    Since 1/5/17 I have made 82 points profit which is the best I have ever had from any tipster. 2 days ago I stopped receiving emais from him and when I replied to one of his emails i got the following message

    “A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its
    recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed:”

    This is not the first tipster to just stop sending emails without any explanation, they are happy to take your money and run.

    • bazza says:

      It’s bitterly disappointing Norman, we also have not heard anything from him for the past three days and no reply to our emails. Hope you made enough profit to cover the cost of joining.


  2. Tripper says:

    Are you really that thick or trying to draw other mugs into the scheme?

    • bazza says:

      We are not trying to draw anybody into any kind of scheme, but conducting an honest review.
      30 days update is posted above and hopefully a 60 days update will follow.

  3. Tripper says:

    If you’ve had winners you got lucky. It’s the same scam site style that gets launched by the same crooks countless times a year.

    The William Hill screenshot is clearly faked.

    Arthur Murphy testimonial is a picture stolen from here.

    Jay Evans is a transgender teenager called Jamie Raines.

    Josh Moore (Editor Of Racing 101) is actually a musician called Cameron Ernst

    • bazza says:

      Hi Tripper,
      I do agree anybody can fake screenshots and when I see them showing a bookies account with thousands of pounds or fast cars, boats, exotic holidays etc. I immediately think Bulls***.
      The great thing about Betting Rant is that we will conduct an honest review warts and all to sort the good from the bad.
      So we try before you buy.


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