Betfair Redemption Review

Betfair Redemption is a horse racing betting system that creator Simon Jenkins claims is able to provide users with almost guaranteed wins every time.

What does the product offer?

Betfair Redemption is a piece of betting software that is marketed by Simon Jenkins. He claims that this is able to accurately predict horse racing outcomes in races across the world with a startling 94.8% strike rate. Unfortunately, Betfair Redemption provide no proofing or evidence of this which I feel is needed in order to substantiate such a claim.

How does the product work?

This isn’t really discussed although Simon Jenkins does say that Betfair Redemption is based on a “scientifically proven method”. Like many of the claims that Simon Jenkins makes about Betfair Redemption, this unfortunately sets alarm bells ringing.

What is the initial investment?

You can gain access to Betfair Redemption for £26.99. This comes with a full 60 day money back guarantee courtesy of ClickBank.

What is the rate of return?

This is yet another unbelievable aspect of Betfair Redemption. Simon Jenkins claims that you should expect to make £44,457.86 a month. He goes on to claim that he frequently clears £50,000 and that he has over £650,000 in the bank, all from Betfair Redemption.

Conclusion

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence and the fact is that Betfair Redemption doesn’t deliver in this regard. What little is put forward are very easily doctored screenshots of bank and betting accounts. Further to this when I was researching Betfair Redemption it seems that it is nothing more than a rehash of a previous product that was released a few years back. Then there is the obligatory “story” that Simon Jenkins uses to encourage us to make a purchase. In it he claims that he has a terminal illness that pushed him to turn his life around using Betfair Redemption.

Due to the rest of his marketing material I am forced to take this with a pinch of salt, and if it is a marketing ploy it is definitely scraping the bottom of the moral barrel. Frankly I find little that I like about Betfair Redemption and even with a money back guarantee I wouldn’t put my time or effort into this.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts