Back for Profit Review

Back for Profit is a horse racing betting system developed by Greg Beaumont. As well as the details of the system you will receive Greg Beaumont’s picks for the day.

What does the product offer?

Back for Profit is a betting system developed by Greg Beaumont. The system comes in a PDF format and teaches users how to make selections based off the Back for Profit system. Greg Beaumont also provides users with his own selections so you can compare notes and ensure you are using the system correctly.

How does the product work?

The selection process for Back for Profit focuses only races during the flat season. All bets are level stakes on back to win and if the odds are high enough to place as well. In terms of how the selection process works, this seems to be based around Greg Beaumont’s experience as he claims to have been betting on horse racing for a number of years.

What is the initial investment?

At the time of writing Back for Profit is available for £30 which provides you with the system itself as well as the selections by Greg Beaumont. It is also worth noting that Back for Profit is sold through ClickBank so there is a 60 day money back guarantee in place.

What is the rate of return?

Greg Beaumont says that his Back for Profit system made him £1,958.53 in 2012 and £1,129.64 in 2013. Based off these figures I would expect around the £1,000 mark and consider anything more a bonus.

Conclusion

Back for Profit has two years of making a profit. This bodes pretty well for the coming year as well. The fact that Back for Profit is so reasonably priced is a great bonus, as is the fact that you get ClickBank’s 60 day money back guarantee. I like the fact that Greg Beaumont sends out his selections too as I believe it will help most users to ensure that they are making the correct choices.

All in all there is a lot to like with Back for Profit. It might not be a year round thing and it certainly won’t make you a millionaire but for the costs involved there doesn’t seem to be that much risk either.

 

 

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