Odds On Bankers Service

| December 28, 2016 | 1 Reply

Product Name:

Odds On Bankers


Jay Collins

Company Name & Contact Details

Tipster TV, Betfan Ltd 65 Morden Hill, Lewisham, SE13 7NP



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£65 per month or £130 per quarter (plus VAT in EU)

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What Do You Get   .

email based horse win tipping service

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Brief Summary

Odds On Bankers from Jay Collins at TV Tipster offers highly selective low odds horse racing tips which are information based. Advised via email or password protected members area of website – available late morning on day of racing. Full results disclosed on website.

How Much Money Do I need to get started?

100 point bank recommended

How much money can I make?

Claims compounded profit of £40,444.03 from £100 initial bet (£2,000 bank) in less than 7 months to August 2016. All bets advised as 5 points so effectively 1 point staking from 20 point bank.

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

Minutes daily

Will I need any equipment to do this?

Internet Connection

Value for money?  

Not so far – loss made in 3 months

Quality of customer service?  

Betfan always good on this aspect. Not specifically tested here.


The service author (“I am not a tipster”) advises he runs a sports betting management company with over 60,000 subscribers and 100,000 contacts interested in profiting from betting. He decided to offer the ordinary punter the opportunity to take advantage of the information he has available following discussion, filtering and verification by serious investors and which has also been advised to “investors who don’t like to be let down”.

It is a simple concept. A low odds horse that should win is selected – possibly by committee – and advised to subscribers by email late in the morning of the race day. It is also possible to access the selections via the member’s area of the website and there is a widget available that will send you an alert when the tip is posted. As you would expect with a Betfan group service the technical side of things functions well so all you have to worry about is the tip itself.

On signing up you receive a welcome email with the service practical outline and staking plan. The latter is one of those that is designed to over inflate the profits to the observer as a 100 point bank is suggested but every selection is a 5 point stake so in effect we are looking at level 1 point staking from a 20 point bank. Divide all the profit claims by 5 to get a real feel for potential and also do this to the disclosed results which are updated promptly on the site. (We could not find any mention of the “very best staking plan” mentioned on the marketing page and “used by the world’s best sporting investors who hate losing so the plan I have for you makes it almost impossible”)

As the service title suggests the majority of the selections are priced at odds on and have ranged down to 1.4. The advised price is usually available when the selections are received. We are told the service is highly selective and in the 3 months we have been testing there have been just 45 runners naturally being race favourite. The best winning run is 4 and there have been 3 consecutive losers twice.

Unfortunately the outcomes have not been at the level needed to generate profits with 24 winners (53.3%) and after peaking at a 2.7 point profit we have finished up with a 0.7 point loss. Very uninspiring but not a word of apology or explanation has been received from the author who will doubtless suggest that you should look at the past performance and the longer term before making a judgement.

That is all well and good but a subscriber of 3 months standing needs to have some confidence that his wasted subscriptions could be recouped if he carries on and the performance here fails to instil that at any level.

The author makes great play on his connections and high level investors making use of his services. I hope they have been receiving a better outcome than we have seen as on the performance demonstrated during the trial there is nothing to recommend the service.

Detailed results of the trial may be viewed here.

Odds On Bankers Results



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  1. carlos0310 says:

    Odds On Banker service is very overrated. I joined their service in September and in 4 months at 1pt per bet level stakes they have returned a profit of just 2.80 pts based on their advised price and best odds guaranteed. Based on my own experience, I find it very difficult to believe their profit claims and as for being highly selective, their selections are almost always odds on.

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