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Betting Insiders Club Review

The Betting Insiders Club is something of a unique proposition from the Betting Insiders team that claims to be able to teach users how to become professional bettors.

What does the product offer?

There are two different sides of Betting Insiders Club that make up the full experience. The first aspect is what essentially amounts to a tipster service which is referred to as the Betting Insiders Club. There isn’t too much information about this unfortunately and there isn’t any proofing supplied either however this overlooks the main point of Betting Insiders Club. As well as the tipster side of things, Betting Insiders Club comes with a huge number of additional features including advice on why selections have been made and insight into the systems behind them. The Betting Insiders team say that unlike most services, this helps users to understand how to bet successfully independently as well as just follow instructions. Also included are additional systems to follow, money management and mindset tips as well as access to a special Betting Insiders Club member’s only community.

How does the product work?

At the center of Betting Insiders Club is the team behind it. The team is made up of Steve Carter, the editor of Betting Insiders Club with a claimed 8 years experience. Mark Foley and Jon Gibby, both of who have authored books on horse racing. Nick Hardman is behind the Betting Insiders Club’s “big race analysis tips” whilst Carl Nicholson provides the best value tips.. Mark Jenkins deals with an arbitrage selections that Betting Insiders Club sends out. Betn Aitken finds National Hunt selections and finally, Sean Calvert provides tennis selections during the season.

What is the initial investment?

Access to Betting Insiders Club is on a monthly, quarterly and annual subscription basis which cost £29.97, £69.99 and £239.88 respectively. All options come with a 30 day money back guarantee however it is worth noting that there whilst there are no conditions attached to this, nor does Betting Insiders Club say that it is a no quibble offer.

What is the rate of return?

There are no claims in terms of how much you can expect to make and as mentioned, unfortunately Betting Insiders Club provides no proofing for the system. From the general tone however I would anticipate that this is going to be a slow burner in terms of profit.

Conclusion

Whether or not you could consider Betting Insiders Club good or not is really dependent on what you want. I think that if you are looking for a straight forward tipster service then honestly, you are probably better going elsewhere. Furthermore, if you are always chasing a new system then I think that you should look elsewhere. If however you are looking for something that encompasses almost everything that horse racing entails then Betting Insiders Club might be worth a look.

The only thing that is worth keeping in mind in this regard is that you aren’t going to get a book with everything in it so you should be prepared to stick with Betting Insiders Club for a long time. If this isn’t for you, I’d recommend something else as well.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts