Daily Football Tipster is a brand new football based tipster service from Ian Jackson that has supposedly already generated a huge amount of profit since the start of the 16/17 football season.
What does the product offer?
Ian Jackson tries to paint one picture with Daily Football Tipster and that is of somebody who is knowledgeable enough to run such a hugely profitable tipster service. But is there really anything about Daily Football Tipster that stands out that obviously as being special? On the surface of things, Daily Football Tipster is a relatively straight forward affair. Selections are emailed out to users on a daily basis with Ian Jackson advising as many as 5 tips per day to subscribers.
This sounds inordinately high for a football tipster service however these selections allegedly come from more than 25 different leagues as well as the Champions League and the Europa League.
Unfortunately, Daily Football Tipster doesn’t come with any real staking plan and whilst there is a claim of a strike of 85%, there is no proofing or even any real evidence to back this up.
How does the product work?
According to Ian Jackson, he has been involved in an unexplored capacity at a number of top football clubs, supposedly including The Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and The Chinese Super League.
This has supposedly allowed him to develop some unspecified insight into the sport that allows him to accurately predict the outcomes of the game. This is something that isn’t expanded on or even explored in the slightest which is massively disappointing given the claims that are made.
What is the initial investment?
There are three options when you sign up for Daily Football Tipster. The first of these is simply a trial which runs for 7 days and costs just £5. The alternatives are a monthly subscription at £17.99 and an annual option at a cost of £99.95.
Fortunately, Ian Jackson is selling Daily Football Tipster through Clickbank which means that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee should you find that you aren’t happy with the product.
What is the rate of return?
The income potential for Daily Football Tipster is seemingly massive with Ian Jackson claiming to have made in excess of £5,000 since the start of this season.
He also talks at length about how he has over £150,000 in his bank account and whilst “not bragging” he has also supposedly just bought a £750,000 penthouse (something I absolutely don’t believe for one minute).
I have looked at a lot of different football based tipster services since the start of the new Premier League season. Daily Football Tipster however really takes the biscuit in terms of questionability.
There is absolutely no evidence at all that Ian Jackson can deliver on his claims outside of some very dodgy screenshots of his bank and betting account.
Personally I just can’t see Daily Football Tipster working at all. Everything is shrouded in a sense of mystery that seems to have less to do with any secret methods and more to do with lazy marketing.
Even at the low prices that are currently available, I don’t really see Daily Football Tipster as being a worthwhile purchase.