Betting HQ Review

Betting HQ is a tipster service that provides subscribers with selections for a number of different tipsters including trials from Tipster Warehouse and Betting Gods.

What does the product offer?

There are at present a number of different things on offer when you sign up for Betting HQ At the core of this are their in house tipster services, Matt Jones’ Value Wins, Thomas Henderson’s Double Dutching and Charles Allison’s Place Profit. There has also been a recent addition in the form of Tom Lowe’s Double Up Profit. As well as this you get access to a Tipster Warehouse tipster as well as a Betting Gods tipster with 60 days of access being provided before a new tipster from the respective stables is selected. Finally you get a number of different e-books and betting system covering football, horse racing and greyhound racing.

How does the product work?

Very little information is actually provided about the different in house tipster services or the men behind them, something that I find rather off putting. Although Betting HQ is clearly a “budget” service, I still feel that subscribers should know what they are signing up for.

What is the initial investment?

Betting HQ is available for £19.95 per month for the first 100 people. After this the cost goes up by £5 for each additional 100 subscribers. There is also a fully 60 day money back guarantee provided with Betting HQ as it is sold through ClickBank.

What is the rate of return?

For June, Betting HQ did very well generating a profit of £716.35 allegedly, although there is no mention of staking for this which again, I find concerning. For July however the overall profit was just £336.30 which is as a result of losses of over £666.80 on a single service. This means that Betting HQ is currently profitable but things aren’t shaping up brilliantly.


There is a lot about Betting HQ that I like and that I want to like. The pricing is very fair and there is certainly a lot on offer for the money. My concern at his point is that July showed huge losses on one system and another 2 systems showing smaller losses. It is worth noting that whilst June was profitable, there were only 2 tipsters operating.

This is definitely one to watch but I don’t think that I’d be keen to jump in just yet, rather I’d monitor results for a while before making a decision.



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From: Simon Roberts