Racing to the Bank

Name: Racing to the Bank

How to Contact: Gavin Winter, 016449 York House, Green Lane West, Preston PR3 1NJ – service website or via email: [email protected]

Price: £35 +VAT where appropriate. Covers 1 year.

Guarantee? Yes – 30 day unconditional refund offered (Clickbank)

Time Input Needed: Few minutes daily

Service Summary: Horse racing win betting advice in forecast market. 1 bet daily advised by email

Bank/Staking Advice: £100 starting bank advised with staking specified daily.

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BBR Status: Failed

Review: Although the source of the advertising/marketing emails for this service was the usual suspects (today’s equivalent of the Oldham Road gang for those with long memories) the service did seem to be a little different which was confirmed on signing up as the advice is for bets to be placed in the forecast’s market. The intention was to offer 3 horses in a race which would then be placed in double reverse forecasts.

A detailed explanation was offered when your welcome email is delivered but the amount of research undertaken prior to launch was immediately under question when the markets recommended in day 1’s advice were only available at a couple of bookies. This led to a change of plan with just 2 horses advised for each race with a simple reverse forecast placed. Staking was advised each day and it was stressed that there would be some losing bets but overall a good profit should be seen as unsubstantiated past results had shown!

The reality was, however, far from the forecast (pun intended) and we received only 15 bets before the service disappeared without even a winding up email. I selection was technically a winner (became a single as the other was a non runner) and over 50% of the bank had been drawn down by the time bets ceased.

No response was received to enquiries about the state of the service even though a review had been readily agreed. However, the author continues to send details of other services he recommends to his newly acquired email list. I suggest that anyone receiving these should treat them with extreme caution.

An altogether unsatisfactory experience which has no destination other than the failed bin.

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