Scott Taylors Footy Faction is a new product from the eponymous Scott Taylor that he claims will allow you to generate consistent profits through football betting.
What does the product offer?
Scott Taylors Footy Faction is a rather interesting sports betting tipster service from Scott Taylor, in which he provides users with his selections for a variety of different betting types. It is interesting to note that Scott Taylors Footy Faction is a rather high volume service with some days producing well over 20 different selections. Scott Taylor makes no effort to hide the fact that Scott Taylors Footy Faction is based predominantly around English football with bets also covering a number of popular and lesser known European leagues as well.
The focus of Scott Taylors Footy Faction is on two main different types of bet. The first of these are lay bets. There are actually 2 different types of lay bet offered which are laying the home team or laying the draw.
Scott Taylors Footy Faction also advises of back to win tips. These are more straight forward and focus on backing the home team to win and the over 2.5 goals markets. Both of these styles of betting come with their own recommended staking plan, neither of which I would consider tp be particularly prudent (a back bet can involve betting up to 6% of your betting bank).
There is full proofing supplied for Scott Taylors Footy Faction as well, allegedly going back to 2014.
How does the product work?
There is very little information provided in terms of what the selection process for Scott Taylors Footy Faction entails. In fact, the only thing that is really said on the matter is where Scott Taylor talks about how long he has been betting professionally for.
What is the initial investment?
At the time of writing, Scott Taylors Footy Faction appears to be in a bit of a pre launch state with no real option to buy (although when it does go live, there will seemingly be only 100 places).
What is the rate of return?
The claimed income potential for Scott Taylors Footy Faction is actually rather substantial. Based off the proofing that Scott Taylors Footy Faction supplies, Scott Taylor withdrew almost £2,000 from his betting bank recently whilst still leaving plenty of money there to bet with.
It is difficult to ignore that Scott Taylors Footy Faction is pre launch and as such, the current state of things should be taken with a pinch of salt.
The fact is though that there is a fair amount here to get excited about. So far, Scott Taylor seems to have put something reasonable forward and whilst I wouldn’t like to commit and say that this is going to be a game changer (because I don’t think that many products have this potential), it is an option that is worth watching.
Obviously this is all ultimately dependent on how much Scott Taylors Footy Faction will ultimately cost you, but I wouldn’t like to dismiss this out of hand quite yet.