Evergreen Bets Review

Evergreen Bets is a specialist football tipster service that favours more obscure bets such as Asian handicaps and accumulators to make money.

What does the product offer?

Evergreen Bets is a football tipster service, seemingly provided by M. Robinson. The fact of the matter is though that information is pretty scarce on the service. Since the Evergreen Bets system draws heavily on extracting value from bets it seems unlikely that selections will be daily however there is nothing that confirms or denies this.

How does the product work?

Evergreen Bets seems to make the most of certain types of bets that usually offer better odds for punters. In terms of the selection process though, nothing is mentioned what so ever. This is something I always take exception to as there is no information for potential subscribers to make any real judgement on. This brings me neatly to one of the better points of Evergreen Bets.

What is the initial investment?

Evergreen Bets has the advantage over many of its rivals of offering a 10 day trial for just £3.50. After this has elapsed however, costs will go up to £37 per month. There is no mention of any money back guarantee but as Evergreen Bets is a subscription based service you should be able to cancel whenever you want.

What is the rate of return?

This is something of a major problem for me. The creator of Evergreen Bets claims that you can make over £1,000 per day. Unfortunately there is no substantiated proof for this outside of a few screen grabs showing over £1,000 in a Betfair account and a questionable bank account showing over £53,000 in it. Hardly conclusive proof.

Conclusion

The idea of using some of the more exotic bet types to maximise your profits is an interesting one and something that under a different product I would probably express more interest. In the case of Evergreen Bets though, there is simply not enough information to satisfy my curiosity. The fact that there is no proofing available and what evidence is supplied is very easily manipulated, I am inclined to recommend avoiding Evergreen Bets.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts