Automatic Winners is a horse racing betting system from Michael Stevens. His claims of income potential are absolutely incredible, and if he can deliver even a small percentage of this, you could well be on to a winner.
Introduction to Automatic Winners
I am not a particularly greedy person in life when it comes to money. However, when a betting system knocks on my door that says that is able to make you more than half a million pounds in just one year. Well, it’s hard not to sit up and pay attention to that kind of claim. That is “millionaire lifestyle” money (especially when you factor taxes).
So, with that kind of offer on the table, it was very hard not to pay attention to the subject for today’s review, Automatic Winners. And whilst that eye-popping amount of money is definitely what caught my attention, it is a number of other claims that are made by Michael Stevens that really nail home the potential of this, such as a claim that there is “NO RISK OF LOSING YOUR HARD EARNED CASH”.
With this in mind, you have something that looks like an absolute banger of a proposition. Especially when you look at how much Michael Stevens is asking for Automatic Winners. The big question though is whether or not it can deliver. Anyone can make bold claims online but backing them up is a very different state of affairs. Does this deliver? Let’s dive in and find out.
What Does Automatic Winners Offer?
So, what are you actually getting with Automatic Winners? This isn’t the kind of thing that should be difficult to answer, and yet, in this case. It somewhat is. Now I will actually get to this answer eventually, but I want to talk a little bit about how Michael Stevens presents the service first. Because honestly, I think this really provides a lot of insight into what exactly you are getting yourself into.
If you look at the sales material for Automatic Winners, you are told what it isn’t. For example, Michael Stevens says that it isn’t “complicated formulas and codes that don’t work” or “time-wasting software that rob you blind”. Instead we are told that you are getting a proven system that “actually WORKS!!”.
Now, as this gently touches on, what you are actually paying for here is a betting system. Something that is supposedly so powerful “it will blow your mind within three minutes flat and you will never have to worry about money ever again”. Which is of course the dream of pretty much anybody really isn’t it.
All of this seems like you’re on to an absolute winner here. So, let’s talk a little bit about what the system entrails. Now, you wouldn’t really pick it up from the sales material (with Michael Stevens making almost no mention of it) but, as I’ve mentioned, this is a horse racing betting system. An automatic betting system. And this latter part is something that I will be returning to.
Now when it comes to reasons that you should buy Automatic Winners, I will quote Michael Stevens himself. Because there are a list of points that I think are all very important, especially as many of them are actually somewhat questionable. So, signing up provides you with access to all of the following features:
- Analyses odds from the most important races around the world
- Works on a minimal risk strategy
- Delivers maximum return
- Works in less than three minutes
- Requires no experience or betting knowledge
- Based on a scientifically proven method
- Delivers a 98% success rate every time!
All of this I intend to cover over the course of this review, but not necessarily in order. However, I can start by talking about a few points here. First of all, Michael Stevens says that this requires no experience or betting knowledge. In theory, this is true. However, realistically, there is form reading involved. As such, whilst you don’t technically need experience, it will go a long way.
This ties in to the idea that the service works “in less than three minutes”. Theoretically, if you have experience, you might be able to get it down to this time. However, given that you supposedly don’t need this experience… Well, it all seems a little bit contradictory.
The next point I want to address is that so called 98% success rate. That sounds like an absolute winner, right? Who wouldn’t want to lose just 2 bets in 100? The problem with this however is that there is simply no real evidence that this kind of figure isn’t something that is substantiated, and nor can it really be substantiated.
Furthermore, because this is a betting system, there will inevitably be variance from one user to the next. This means that that the statement of Automatic Winners delivering a 98% success rate “every time” is demonstrably false. Something which honestly, rather sets the tone for a number of other elements here.
And finally, I want to talk about the “fact” that Automatic Winners is based on a scientifically proven method. As is the case with a number of the claims that Michael Stevens has made about the ability of his system, there is just no real explanation as to what this means. Nor is there anything that even vaguely resembles evidence to back this claim up. All of which is (not surprisingly) incredibly concerning.
How Does Automatic Winners Work?
When it comes to how Automatic Winners works, I am a little conflicted about just how much information to divulge. Ultimately, Michael Stevens has put everything behind a paywall and it would be somewhat unreasonable to simply hand this out freely. With that said, there is so little to the system that it is rather hard to talk about how it works without pretty much giving the game away.
The bottom line as far as I’m concerned is, I suppose, this. In researching this review, I have seen others who have ultimately exposed what Automatic Winners entails. And as such, the fact that some light googling will give you the same information provides me with reasonable license to put it out there as well.
Unfortunately, it is a little bit underwhelming. Essentially, what you are doing here is form analysis. All of which relies on freely available information. As such, there isn’t really a lot about Automatic Winners that any experienced bettor won’t already know, or frankly, isn’t available elsewhere in a similar format for free.
This is a long way from the sales material which makes it sound like you are signing up for something that is apparently quite exceptional. All of this quite naturally casts a lot of very reasonable doubt on other elements of Automatic Winners. Something which ultimately, doesn’t bode particularly well for Michael Stevens.
What is the Initial Investment?
When it comes to signing up to Automatic Winners, there is just one option that is available. This is a one time payment of £26.99 (plus VAT) for which you get full access to the system. Interestingly, this is referred to as a “lifetime membership”.
Payment for this is all handled through Clickbank which means that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place should you find that the service isn’t for you. One of the few things that I will credit Michael Stevens with is the fact that at least the sales material for Automatic Winners clearly references this.
What is the Rate of Return?
I think in order to really explore what the appeal behind Automatic Winners is, you have to look at Michael Stevens’s claim that he made £512,090.82 in a year. That is a hell of a lot of money. And this number is seemingly backed up by a large quantity of (incredibly questionable) screenshots showing various bookies and betting banks, all with numbers ranging from some £37,000 to more than £50,000. All of which has supposedly been made in a month.
It is worth noting though that this is the extent of the evidence that you get from Michael Stevens to back up his claims. The rest of the sales material for Automatic Winners is mostly concerned with just throwing out big numbers without anything to back them up. Not at all surprisingly, this makes me feel that an already questionable product is even more doubtful.
Conclusion for Automatic Winners
Look, I can see the appeal of something like Automatic Winners. Would I have personally even bothered to have looked into this more if it landed on my desk and I didn’t do this? Probably not. I have known of people to do very well from betting, and making money isn’t impossible. But getting close to half a million… That takes a lifetime to get there. It certainly doesn’t take a year.
And these initial suspicions that there is something off is more than vindicated in my opinion. What you have here is a product that has ultimately existed before now, and I mean that in more ways than one. You see, Michael Stevens has actually put out this before with the same screenshots, the same claims, etc. the only difference is the dates have been changed to 2019.
But, even more than that. The original method that Automatic Winners is based upon was something that a good few years ago was circulating for free. And it wasn’t that great then. It certainly wasn’t anything close to what Michael Stevens claims results wise.
As if this isn’t enough to put you off, I believe that even reading the sales material gives you a very good idea of what you are getting yourself into. The focus there is on a narrative. It isn’t about demonstrating any of the elements of Automatic Winners that are so called “scientifically verified” or exploring the “mathematical code to guarantee instant betting cash for the rest of your life”.
Instead, what you get is a long winded sales pitch that is very unbelievable and based around some fictional narrative of a shady character providing Michael Stevens with a top secret betting system in exchange for helping him to screw over a shop that was involved in a personal injury claim. It’s all just complete tosh and adds no credibility to Automatic Winners at all.
So, what you ultimately have her a system that cannot actually deliver on the very promises that Michael Stevens sets out to do. It realistically does require experience. It takes longer than 3 minutes. It cannot have a 98% success rate, and the idea of Automatic Winners being based on a scientifically proven method is just lazy marketing.
Not surprisingly given the damning amount of evidence which suggests that Automatic Winners simply won’t deliver even a fraction of what it claims (and believe me, if Michael Stevens could show that his system could deliver even 1% of that number, I would be impressed). This just isn’t a product that I would recommend.
The fact is that there are some very good and genuine betting systems out there. Yes, they might be a touch more than Michael Stevens is asking for Automatic Winners, but you will actually be getting what you pay for. But products like this just drag the whole betting industry backwards with them and that isn’t beneficial for anybody save the vendor who might make a few easy quid exploiting the vulnerable.