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Breaking Betting Review

Breaking Betting is a horse racing betting system from Craig Stanton that allegedly allows you to pick winning horses.

What does the product offer?

Breaking Betting is a horse racing betting system that the creator Craig Stanton claims will help you to consistently pick out profitable bets. According to Craig Stanton, Breaking Betting will teach you the best techniques, timing and chances whilst increasing your knowledge of the betting industry. Breaking Betting is a system that doesn’t require you to have any PC skills although it doesn’t say whether or not a computer is required. Breaking Betting is said to have never been done before and “it will bring you sure win”.

How does the product work?

There is very little in the way of information about Breaking Betting full stop, in terms of how it works there is nothing. This is a major issue for me as I believe that you should be able to purchase any product on the back understanding and Breaking Betting doesn’t facilitate this.

What is the initial investment?

Craig Stanton sells Breaking Betting for a one-time payment of £27.99. Breaking Betting also comes with a full 60 day money back guarantee as it is sold through ClickBank.

What is the rate of return?

Whilst there aren’t any specific returns advertised Craig Stanton shows a number of examples of withdrawals from various online bookmakers for £2,000. I assume that we are to believe these are from Breaking Betting.


Being blunt, there isn’t one aspect of Breaking Betting that I like. The whole thing seems just a little questionable from the rather broken English of “Craig Stanton” to the extraordinarily dubious claim that this is a limited edition. Without a doubt though my biggest problem with Breaking Betting lies in the fact that there is no effort to explain anything about how it works. Whilst I am happy to acknowledge that nobody should give a service away for free, Breaking Betting takes this to a new extreme.

The fact is that whilst this is advertised as being an ethical way of making money, it just seems to me like a cynical attempt to make money. I shall end by saying that when the best part of your product is the money back guarantee, there is something wrong with what you are marketing.



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From: Simon Roberts