Dopey Donkeys Review

Dopey Donkeys is a subscription based lay betting service provided by Stark Investors.

What does the product offer?

Dopey Donkeys is a lay betting tipster service that claims that it is able to find the right lays at the right prices. By doing this Stark Investors say that they are able to keep liabilities as low as possible whilst maximising the probability of winning. They claim that the average liabilities for their selections are just 3/1.

How does the product work?

Stark Investors claim that Dopey Donkeys uses a formula for success that works time and time again. Stark Investors also say that their services are carried out with a professional approach which means that their systems are designed to work in the long term in order to protect their integrity and reputation.

What is the initial investment?

Dopey Donkeys is subscription based and sells for £34.95 per month or alternatively users can pick up an annual subscription for £199 representing a saving of over 50%. There is no mention of a money back guarantee so it seems reasonable to assume that there isn’t one on offer.

What is the rate of return?

Stark Investors say that Dopey Donkeys has made over £15,000 in 2013 with as much as £5,024 being made in May alone.

Conclusion

Dopey Donkeys is something of an enigma as far as tipping services go. It provides absolutely no information on how selections are made which straight away makes me wary of it. Stark Investors spend a lot of time talking up their integrity and the like but fundamentally this doesn’t mean anything without something to back it up. Another noted concern is when looking at the results for Dopey Donkeys. Between January and June it made over £16,500 in profit. In the resulting months it made a rather meagre looking £1,867. Although this still represents a reasonable amount for a tipster service it does cast a shadow over the results for the first half of the year. Combined with the fact that there are no dates for the wins for January through May this also helps cement Dopey Donkeys as being potentially suspect. For this reason and this reason alone I would personally look at more reputable tipster services.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts