Bet Scalping is software developed by Robert Sawyer that finds arbitrage bets and highlights them for users to take advantage of.
What does the product offer?
The product is provided as software that is “purpose built to scan the online betting exchanges to find opportunities 24/7”. There is little information available outside of this.
How does the product work?
As mentioned above the system scans various betting systems with a view to highlighting arbitrage bets. These are opportunities that arise when two different bookmakers back two different outcomes allowing punters to cover all potential outcomes with each providing profit.
What is the initial investment?
The product retails for $27 but if you attempt to leave the page you will be offered a discount of $10 bringing the price down to $17. On top of this would be any betting bank that would need to be established.
What is the rate of return?
The rate of return is advertised as being as high as “£109,148 or more”. Between Mr. Sawyers screenshots and his testimonial examples profits of a £25,000 per month and the same amount per week are shown.
There is a distinctive lack of information available on the product. In fact the sales pitch doesn’t appear to provide anything more substantial than a series of figures that are designed to lure in potential buyers. There remains a lot of doubt as to the validity of the system with research suggesting that this is in fact a repackage of a program that operated with little success back in 2010 (Arbitrage Spy).
All screenshots for testimonials and evidence are on the same background with no context of a website which casts those into doubt as well. All in all, this seems to be something of a no go. Whilst arbitrage betting can be successful there is not enough information here to sell the products validity and the testimonials do nothing to counter that gut feeling that something is a little “off” with this product.