Build My Betting Bank is a betting service which is operated by one Will Scott. He claims that you can generate a very substantial profit in a very short space of time, all whilst requiring almost no start up capital.
Introduction to Build My Betting Bank
In the time I have been doing this, I have looked at literally more than a thousand different tipster services and betting systems. And I have seen a massive amount of highly questionable stuff in my time. This is something that I really want you to keep in mind when you look at this review. Because I will say here and now that there are a number of elements about today’s subject that… Well, they raise a lot of questions. In actual fact, I can’t recall the last time that I saw a service that is quite as… intriguing, as todays offering.
So, welcome to Build My Betting Bank. A tipster service that takes the rather questionable marketing approach of simply not really telling you anything about what to expect. Now, whilst this may well be a frustrating reality of so many tipster services that I look at (God knows, I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve seen this), it has been some time since I’ve looked at something in which a tipster seems to go as far out of their way to obfuscate information as Will Scott does here.
Of course, that doesn’t necessarily mean that it is entirely worth writing off. With a headlining claim that you can turn £100 in to £10,000, why wouldn’t you e a little bit interested? Because the fact of the matter is that even if Will Scott isn’t actually able to guide Build My Betting Bank to that number, there is still seemingly a massive amount of profit involved. As such, you have a system whereby in theory, even if this doesn’t quite deliver as claimed, you can still be rather nicely in the black. Right?
What Does Build My Betting Bank Offer?
I don’t think that it’s unreasonable to say that Build My Betting Bank is pretty unique as far as tipster services go. In actual fact, I’d probably be inclined to say that if I give Will Scott full credit, he has created one of the single most unique tipster services that I think that I’ve ever looked at. Which definitely sounds like a good thing.
The fact of the matter however is that whilst something being unique and different can definitely be a positive, that isn’t necessarily always the case. At all. If I’m honest, whilst some of the best tipster services I have looked at have aimed to do things differently, there have also been a lot that, frankly, have sucked.
Now, something that I want to point out before I start getting too into all of this as well is that, unfortunately, I am somewhat limited in terms of what I can talk about. At the end of the day, whilst I have a lot of thoughts on Will Scott’s blatant attempts to obfuscate information, it is information that has been put behind a paywall. This means that really, it isn’t my place to put this information out into the public forum.
So, where do you start with Build My Betting Bank? Well, there are a few things that immediately jump out at me. Honestly, I don’t think that it’s necessarily fair to say that what Will Scott is offering here is a “typical” tipster service. Pretty far from it. This is immediately evident from when you receive your first tips.
You see, rather than getting your usual list of bets (with odds and a write up if you’ve lucked onto a particularly good tipster service), Build My Betting Bank gives you a series of instructions. These also include a number of screenshots that explain everything that you should be doing. It all feels quite exciting, if I’m honest.
What exactly you are doing is… Well, it’s an interesting approach. What is noteworthy though is that in order to act on the advice provided, you will need a Betfair account. If for whatever reason you don’t have access to a Betfair account, Will Scott says that he can recommend other options, but that is definitely where the focus is.
One of the things that is good about Build My Betting Bank is the fact that everything is sent out in the night. This means that you can either wake up and implement the instructions Will Scott provides, or alternatively (and probably preferentially) you can do everything when the bets land. And this isn’t particularly difficult. Will Scott says that it takes just 5 minutes of your time, which, once you are comfortable with everything is probably a slight exaggeration, but it isn’t a slog.
Also included with your instructions are recommended stakes. This is an element of Build My Betting Bank that I feel does carry some risk. However, Will Scott says that it is entirely necessary in order to turn that £100 into £10,000 in that targeted 3 month window. As I mentioned earlier, I won’t be talking about this in too much detail, but I can tell you that you don’t have to think too hard about what is involved to land in the right area.
With all of that said, really, perhaps the best insight that I can reasonably offer with Build My Betting Bank is by talking about what it isn’t. Will Scott says in some of the affiliate emails (a telling point in and of itself) that “There is nothing complicated involved. No trading, no laying, no matched betting, no arbitrage – nothing like that”.
How Does Build My Betting Bank Work?
Once upon a time, it was very much in vogue to refer to betting systems as exploiting “a loophole”. Every man and his dog had found “a loophole” for consistently taking money out of the bookies account. It was often compared to stealing, but legal and ethical (what with those bully bookies taking all of your money!). The fact is that from a marketing perspective, people like to think that they’re beating a system. And the idea of a loophole fulfils that.
Build My Betting Bank doesn’t quite get into that territory, but it’s not far off. There is the obligatory statement of “DON’T WORRY – It’s nothing illegal” to ease your mind if you had any concerns. But the real question is whether or not you can really describe what Will Scott is doing as a loophole. The short answer to this is that I don’t really think that it is, At all.
Here’s the thing. Will Scott has taken an approach that is definitely a bit different, to say the least. But it isn’t exploiting any kind of loophole really. All of that is just marketing pizaWill Scott. At its core, Build My Betting Bank is really just a betting system. It is also something that I’m not necessarily certain has long term profit written over it. There is at least some merit to it all. I will concede that I can see how this works in theory, but I’m just not sold.
And the fact is that I don’t believe that this cynicism is unfounded. Because whilst there is a very distinctive lack of… Well, anything. One of the things that is noticeable in its absence for me is past results. At the end of the day, Will Scott claims that a few months ago, he achieved exactly what he is setting out to do wif th Build My Betting Bank using a “lucky group of punters”. Unfortunately, there is nothing actually backing this up at all.
What is the Initial Investment?
If you want to sign up to Build My Betting Bank, there is just one option available. This is a one time cost of £42 plus VAT. For this, we are told that you are joining Will Scott “for the next few months”. This is rather interesting to me, because at the same time, the core selling point are very specific returns (we’ll be coming to this very shortly). As such, if the service fails to achieve this, where exactly do you stand?
What is worth noting is that there is a 30 day money back guarantee in place. This is backed up by the fact that Will Scott is selling Build My Betting Bank through Clickbank who are generally pretty good at honouring this (so long as you aren’t a “serial returner”. One of the things that the service can be definitively credited for, it is the fact that this is well advertised in the sales material.
What is the Rate of Return?
There is one main claim that is made in relation to the income potential of Build My Betting Bank, and that is the notion of turning £100 into £10,000. Given that you’re looking at a supposed turn around in some 3 months, that is a massive amount of profit. As Will Scott highlights in the sales material, this effectively means increasing your starting betting bank 100 fold.
Conclusion for Build My Betting Bank
It isn’t very often that you see anything that is necessarily new or different. Build My Betting Bank errs towards this, and in some respects, that in and of itself makes it worth a look. But the fact of the matter is that this is a long way from the be all and end all. If interesting were enough, there’d be plenty of tipsters and betting systems that I’d still be pumping money into (and losing on).
So, the real question that exists here is whether or not this is any good. And the answer to this is a bit of a nuanced thing. Like I said earlier, I can definitely look at this and see that there is some merit. This shouldn’t be problematic, and in and of itself, it isn’t necessarily. But there is always a very big question that exists about whether or not something does work, just because it can work.
This brings me to what is by far and away what is the biggest problem that I have with Build My Betting Bank. Does it work? And I’m not entirely convinced that it does. Admittedly, there isn’t a massive amount to go off right now what with it being early days, but from what I have seen, and my experience in this field… Well, the prognosis isn’t great.
What could well have allayed some of this is unfortunately missing. Which is another massive problem that I have with Build My Betting Bank, That lack of information is very poignant in my book. I have long been a strong proponent of the fact that you should be bale to make an informed decision as a bettor. Unfortunately, all of this really involves just blindly following instructions.
The problem that I personally have with this is that whilst following instructions isn’t a bad thing (God knows, there are more than enough betting and tipster services whereby this is ultimately what you are doing), it has to be framed correctly. Context for what you are doing is really important in my eyes and it is rather frustrating that you don’t get nearly as much as I’d have liked to have seen here.
Furthermore, it bothers me greatly that there is so little evidence backing… Well, anything up. I really don’t understand how given that Will Scott has effectively trialled Build My Betting Bank once already, we aren’t given insight into those results. After all, they were just a few months ago. Now, I don’t necessarily want a detailed breakdown, but at the very least, this kind of thing can help you to get an idea of what to expect.
Really, the only thing that could be constituted as evidence that you receive for Build My Betting Bank is a single screenshot of a Betfair account claiming to have more than £10,000 in it. The insinuation here is clear. You too can be like Will Scott and have all of this money. Except, I don’t believe that you will.
Look, here’s the bottom line in my eyes. If you sign up to Build My Betting Bank, the best case scenario is that everything comes together as Will Scott intends. And you might make some money. Will you make it all the way to £10,000? No, I don’t really think that you will. But you might make something. But that is a pretty big punt for me, and personally, it would be a level of risk that I just wouldn’t want to take on.
Personally, I don’t think that I’d look t recommend this. There are so many better options that are out there that can demonstrate how much profit you can make. Sure, they might not claim that you can make £10,000 in 3 months, but they can at least back up the profit that they do make with more than just a screenshot of a betting account.
If you’re willing to take that risk on, well, I can see why you might want to do so. Especially with that 30 day money back guarantee. But I really don’t see there being value for money here, and whilst some people may be comfortable taking a very big punt, that simply isn’t something that is for me.