Acca Gold Review

Acca Gold is a new product from Steve Henshaw that the creator says will provide users with sports betting tips that take advantage of accumulators to generate a profit.

What does the product offer?

According to the sales material for Acca Gold, in just two weeks, subscribers have already made a rather substantial income through sports betting, more specifically, football betting. As the name suggests, Acca Gold is based around accumulator bets, apparently only on the Premier League (I have seen no evidence that suggests that this will feature any other type of game).

The service provides just a small number of bets per week, usually covering the weekends and some midweek football if it’s on.

Naturally as you are betting on accumulator bets, the odds that you are looking are definitely on the high side with Steve Henshaw claiming that they have averaged 40/1. In terms of the staking plan, there are two that are on offer, one of which is a level staking plan whilst another compounds your earning.

In terms of the strike rate, this is claimed to stand at just over 25% which is based off 18 winning accumulators out of 71 bets.

How does the product work?

Unfortunately, there is very little information provided in terms of what the selection process for Acca Gold involves. This is rather disappointing as I would definitely want to know why an accumulator has been selected to ensure that it isn’t simply random choices.

That having been said, there is definitely what I would call a clear common sense approach. What this means is that (from the bets I have seen) there is a clear favouring of the big English clubs.

What is the initial investment?

Acca Gold is being sold at a cost of £33 which gives you 13 weeks of access (a third of the season). At the time of writing however, Acca Gold is unavailable having allegedly sold out however I have seen this kind of thing before and I have little doubt that there will be a second release.

It is worth pointing out (although Steve Henshaw doesn’t mention it) that because it is sold through Clickbank, Acca Gold does come with a 60 day money back guarantee should you be unhappy with the product.

What is the rate of return?

According to Steve Henshaw, last season Acca Gold would have retuned 666.4 points to level stakes (meaning a profit of £3,332.20 to the recommended £5 stakes).

If you compounded however, starting with £5 bets you could have supposedly made over £15,000 in the same period.

Conclusion

Personally I feel that Acca Gold is rather suspect and there are a number of different reasons for this.

The most apparent issue tis that there isn’t really any evidence provided that demonstrates to me that Acca Gold is a genuine product. All of the results are simply listed as having happened. The other thing is the lack of mention of Clickbank’s money back guarantee. When this is combined with the fact that Acca Gold runs for longer than this, it makes me question the motives.

All of this is more than enough to put me off Acca Gold.

 

 

Comments (3)

I received the tips for a few weeks. He did have two winning accumulators within the first 6 weeks! I was then offered a season ticket as the “doors were closing” on new subscribers. I extended, why not? For the past few weeks, I have not received any tips. My emails are ignored. I have sent him several. The irony is that he sends me promotional invites to other “tipsters”. Idiot.

I have had exactly the same problem as Mike above. Same scenario exactly and same outcome. No replies to emails but he still sends promotional emails for other systems. Is there any way people like this can be “outed”?

Mike. Exactly the same thing happened to me. I paid for the initial offer then paid again to the end of season. Had a couple of successes. It was more or less the same teams every week. No tips received for some weeks now. My advice to anyone thinking of joining – stay well clear

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From: Simon Roberts