Betting Mole is a tipping service for horse racing offered by Julian Bell.
What does the product offer?
Betting Mole offers users a number of tips daily via email. The tips are sent out by Julian Bell who is the creator of the system. Unfortunately there is very little information available about Betting Mole with most of the sales page being dedicated to talking about how Betting Mole can bring down the bookies and the other half talking about the amounts you can earn with Betting Mole.
How does the product work?
Betting Mole is based on alleged tips that are given to Julian Bell by an anonymous contact within the racing world. No further details are provided in order to protect the job and identity of this alleged tipster. Julian Bell claims that this insider information is so potent that it “terrifies the bookies” and that he has received threats as a result of this insider information.
What is the initial investment?
You can subscribe to Betting Mole for £29.95 per month (note that this figure is not inclusive of VAT). As the product is sold through Click Bank there is also a 60 day money back guarantee in place.
What is the rate of return?
The numbers on this vary with Julian Bell claiming over 60,000 units (presumably pounds) in 39 weeks. There are also “testimonials” claiming £11,677.82 in a month and £3,211.89 in a week.
Betting Mole belongs to that group of tipping systems that you can’t help but feel wary about. There are no details about the system other than the “fact” that there is an anonymous tipster in the shadows who’s in the know and there are (more importantly) no proofing results. This combined with the claims of seemingly ridiculous amounts of money comes together to form a product that I cannot get excited about, mainly because I cannot believe any of its claims, especially with no evidence to back anything up.