Betfair Millionaire Review

Betfair Millionaire is a Betfair betting system by Dave Mitchell that uses a unique betting system to help users to make their own selections.

What does the product offer?

Betfair Millionaire comes as a downloadable PDF which shows users how to make selections. According to Dave Mitchell Betfair Millionaire is zero risk betting that is simple and easy to use. Not only that, but Betfair Millionaire requires no substantial effort or prior knowledge. Really information on Betfair Millionaire is rather scarce with Dave Mitchell preferring to market his products through huge claims and pictures of sports cars and luxury mansions.

How does the product work?

The closest that you get to an explanation about how Betfair Millionaire works is when Dave Mitchell claims that he ran into an old school friend whilst a broken man from gambling. This friend shared the system that had made him a millionaire and Dave Mitchell then implemented this for a way to turn himself around financially. Of course there is nothing substantiated about any of this.

What is the initial investment?

Betfair Millionaire is available for a one time payment of £26.99. This also comes with a 60 day money back guarantee as Betfair Millionaire is sold through ClickBank.

What is the rate of return?

As is implied by the name, Dave Mitchell claims that Betfair Millionaire will make you a millionaire. He personally says that he makes over £100,000 per month by using the Betfair Millionaire system.


Betfair Millionaire has all the hallmarks of exactly the kind of thing that I find to be abhorrent in internet marketing. There are hugely unsubstantiated claims and what little evidence that is provided is exactly the kind of thing that can be easily doctored. I am hugely sceptical about Betfair Millionaire for not just these reasons, but also the distinctive lack of tangible information about the product. What is said seems to have more in common with a copywriters imagination that anything that seems viable. Betfair Millionaire may well do what it says on the tin but without substantially more information I am not convinced, and would avoid this product.



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From: Simon Roberts