Guaranteed Winners is a new horse racing tipster service allegedly by Eddie Newman that claims to offer a significant income through low risk betting.
What does the product offer?
Guaranteed Winners is claimed to be a horse racing tipster service that has almost no chance of losing and can generate “enormous sums of money” for users. This is about where the information for Guaranteed Winners as a service ends. It would appear that selections are daily however there is no information provided on this, nor is there any on what types of bets you will be placing (although I have reason to suspect that they will be win bets). In fact, the only thing about Guaranteed Winners that is actually stated is the claimed strike rate which stands at a frankly unbelievable 96.7%. Not surprisingly this isn’t proofed, despite Eddie Newman claiming that Guaranteed Winners is 100% verified.
How does the product work?
As you can probably guess, Guaranteed Winners manages to say plenty about how it works and the selection process without actually saying anything at all. Eddie Newman spends a rather considerable amount of time talking about his history choosing “lucky bets” for relatives before ultimately moving into IT. This allegedly led to the development of a “unique ground breaking system” that features finely tuned algorithms and data input. This is claimed to be the basis of all selections for Guaranteed Winners however the details of this data or algorithm unfortunately aren’t discussed.
What is the initial investment?
When you sign up for Guaranteed Winners you are given the options of either a 6 month or a 12 month subscription. These sell for £19.99 and £29.99 (plus VAT) respectively. Both options do however come with a 60 day money back guarantee as Guaranteed Winners is sold through Clickbank.
What is the rate of return?
The landing page for Guaranteed Winners claims that you will make at least £72,000 each year by engaging the service. It is worth keeping in mind however that there is no information on what stakes are used to achieve this figure which is very unbelievable.
There are an increasing number of tipster services on the market that claim to be able to make huge amounts of money with very little risk and Guaranteed Winners is simply the latest example of this. The fact is that there is no real evidence that Eddie Newman can actually deliver what he claims outside of some rather sketchy screenshots from both he and his “testimonials” which frankly don’t seem to be genuine at all.
There is further evidence that Guaranteed Winners isn’t necessarily a genuine product such as the fact that both subscriptions long run past the 60 day guarantee margin, something that unscrupulous marketers will use to talk you out of claiming a refund (often saying things like “give it a longer period of time” and “if you still aren’t happy I’ll give you your money back even after the 60 days”). That isn’t to say that Eddie Newman intends to do this but it is something that must be considered, especially when you think that the Guaranteed Winners website is just a few weeks old with no information at all about the registrant.