Winners 15 (Final Update)

| July 15, 2019 | Reply

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Product Name:

Winners 15

Company Name & Contact Details:

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

betfansupport@betfan.com

Price:

There are various membership options from seven-days to six-months:
£12.00 plus VAT = £14.40 every 7 days
£36.00 plus VAT = £43.20 every 28 days
£101.00 plus VAT = £121.20 every 90 days
£171.00 plus VAT = £205.20 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 granted.

What Do You Get?

A daily Lucky 15 selected from the author’s “Winner 15” system. Selections are delivered by email, through the members’ area of the website and on the Betfan app.

Where to Buy:

Winners 15

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

The welcome email recommends a starting bank of 250-points, although our experience would suggest that somewhere close to double that is a more realistic safety net.

How Much Money Can I Make?

The Betfan webpage for Winners 15 records 3,9842.25 points profit since February 2015, an average of around 75-points per month (including best odds guaranteed). However, the fluctuations can be wild. For example, March 2019 produced 869.17 points profit and January 2019 a 247.36-point loss (to advised prices)*.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

There is just the Lucky 15 each day and as the email shows which bookmaker is offering the advised prices it is a simple enough task to get the bet on.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

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

Value for Money?

As always, I will wait for the conclusion of the review before offering a definitive comment here. With three months of losses which exceed the recommended bank there is no VFM pass for this review. The service is very much reliant on occasional jackpot wins to keep it profitable in the long-term and this will require a bank in excess of the 250-points recommended.

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.

Review

Winners 15 provides a daily Lucky 15 bet, with the four selections being identified by the authors own “Winner 15” system. The system identifies the four best Naps of the day and these are then combined into a Lucky 15.

For those of you unfamiliar with a Lucky 15 bet, it is a multiple bet comprising one fourfold, four trebles, six doubles and four singles. The cost of the bet is 15 times the advised stake, for example a £1 Lucky 15 is £15 in total.

Most bookmakers have bonus and/or consolation offers. The most common being 10% added to returns for all four winners or double the odds for a single winner. These are the parameters we use to calculate the returns on the selections.

The advantage of a Lucky 15 over a Yankee is that you still get a return for a single winner. Whilst this may not always mean a profit it does minimise the losses experienced.

The very nature of the Lucky 15 bet means that there can be long losing runs and some big losing months. However, the flip side is that the wins can be huge when they come along. In March 2018 there were two instances of four winners returning 520.36 and 288.94 points profit, and four instances of three winners returning 48.57, 70.06, 68.00 and 62.89 points profit.

This is exceptional though and, like all services, you need to look at the overall performance. In our opinion the recommended starting bank of 250-points is not sufficient to cover the potential losing streaks and a bank more than double that size should be your minimum.

The Betfan webpage for Winners 15 records 3,9842.25 points profit since February 2015, an average of around 75-points per month (including best odds guaranteed). However, the fluctuations can be wild. For example, March 2019 produced 869.17 points profit and January 2019 a 247.36-point loss (to advised prices)*. You need to be aware of, and comfortable with, these big potential swings.

Between March 2018 and April 2019 the service did generate an overall profit of over 300 points, but during that period reached a cumulative loss of 640-points at one stage, before turning it around with March’s bumper return.

Results – Month 1 (15th April to 14th May 2019)

The comment above regarding a starting bank of 250-points being insufficient was borne out in the first month of the review, with a total loss of 258.84 points recorded.

Of the 26 days that had a bet recommended, just one had a positive return and that was just 4.19 points. Eight days had four losers and a full 15-point loss, whilst the remaining days had some returns which mitigated the loss but didn’t make it to profitability.

There is little else to comment on in what was a very poor month’s results.

Results – Month 2 (15th May to 14th June 2019)

This month fared slightly better, but was still ultimately a loss-making month. Of the 27 days with bets, four returned a profit, albeit that one was just 0.47 points. There was also one day which managed to achieve absolute breakeven. There were also six days with four-losers and a loss of the full 15-points. The overall position was a deficit of 87.45 points.

The highlight of the month was a three winner day on 24th May, which resulted in a daily profit of 77-points. There was also a close call on 18th May when two winners returned 22.75 points profit ,but saw the other selections finish second by a short head and third.

Given that the recommended bank had already been exceeded with the losses from the first month, this month was further proof of the need for a much larger bank than that suggested.

Results – Month 3 (15th June to 14th July 2019)

Although there was a further improvement this month it was in terms of a lesser loss rather than any profit. The final loss for the period was 37.25 points, which leaves us with a cumulative loss of 383.54 points over the course of the three month review. This time around, the 25 days with bets produced six profits and just two completely blank days (although one of these did include a non-runner).

The month, and consequently the review, finished with a flourish as the last three days all produced a profit. The 95.23 points profit across those three days came from two winners and a non-runner and then two three-winner days, the individual returns being 12.68, 33.3 and 49.25 points respectively. 

The issue of the bank size has been covered in the review and the previous two month’s results analysis so I won’t repeat it here. 

Summary at End of Month 1

As I said above, a poor month, and whilst not totally out of character for this service, the magnitude of the loss clearly supports the need for a much larger bank to stay in the game and wait for one of the successful months to come around.

Summary at End of Month 2

A definite improvement on the previous month, but still ultimately well short of the result needed to get the review back on track. We wait to see if the final month can produce a profit.

Summary at End of Month 3

Despite glimmers of what the service might produce, especially at the very end of the review, the loss of over 250-points in the first month was a cut too deep to recover from. Despite improvement in Months 2 and 3 it was more about stemming the losses than making back any profit.

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

* – Facts and figures relating to periods outside the review are provided by our partner Tipstars.

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