Fast Track Profits is a new horse racing tipster service which according to creator Kris Miller will allow you to make a decent second income over the next 12 months.
Introduction to Fast Track Profits
I have looked at a lot of rubbish recently, especially in terms of tipster services. In and of itself, this is a rather disconcerting statement to make. What I have come to find however is that there is a clear template in place which is used by the marketers behind these services. There are of course a number of differences from one to the other but there are still boxes which are ticked off, one of which is always some kind of ludicrous amount of profit.
Fast Track Profits however does not feature this with the claims made being much more modest and even, dare I say, believable. With that in mind, I was initially a little more excited about Fast Track Profits than most things. I am not certain now however that this was entirely well founded.
What Does Fast Track Profits Offer?
The fundamentals of Fast Track Profits are no different than most tipster services that you will encounter. Especially the ever increasing number of very questionable examples that are flooding the market. Wat this means you can expect are daily tips which are sent directly out via email. These are generally lacking in information and do not provide a number of details I would expect from a reputable tipster. This counts somewhat about a number of claims that Kris Miller makes.
The bets themselves that come from Fast Track Profits cover a mixture of flat and jump races and all of them are advised as straight win bets. Kris Miller says that you will not be simply backing favourites but whilst there is slight variance in terms of odds it is clear that Fast Track Profits is not a value based service (I want to return to this point a little later).
The volume of bets that are advised by Kris Miller are generally rather low with 2-6 selections advised per day. The top end of this scale seems to be something of a rarity however.
With the logistics of Fast Track Profits out of the way, I want to move onto some of the numbers. It is claimed that you can use simple £5 bets in order to get started with Fast Track Profits. Now, the tips that I have seen have advised stakes of 1 point on each bet. Using the £5 figure quoted in the sales material as a jumping off point for this I struggle to see how you could get close to the tens of thousands of pounds that are quoted.
The final thing that I want to talk about is the strike rate, or more specifically, the lack thereof. Kris Miller has very little to say in the way of anything tangible on the subject. We are instead told that you whilst no service will be 100% successful, you can expect losing with Fast Track Profits to be an infrequent event. I am loathe to take this claim seriously however, especially in the light of no numbers and definitely no proofing.
How Does Fast Track Profits Work?
Kris Miller does a very good job of not actually telling us anything about what the selection process for Fast Track Profits entails or even anything about how the service really works. There is a of talk about how Kris Miller is genuinely passionate about horse racing, supposedly an attribute that most people who offer these services lack.
We are also told that all selections advised through Fast Track Profits are the same bets that he is personally placing, but I can’t help but feel rather cynical about this. The fact of the matter is that there is simply no evidence that backs up that these are legitimate selections and that is a definite problem for me.
What is the Initial Investment?
Supposedly, Fast Track Profits is normally priced at £30 per month. When you sign up now however you are actually getting 2 months, something Kris Miller claims is a limited time offer. It is worth pointing out that this is the only option which is available or Fast Track Profits and that it also isn’t a recurring payment. We are instead told that after this period you can then choose whether or not you want to subscriber.
Because Kris Miller is selling Fast Track Profits through Clickbank, this does mean that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place (coincidentally just shorter than a 2 month subscription would last you?).
What is the Rate of Return?
By following his tips, Fast Track Profits says that you can expect to make in excess of £15,000 per year. This is a very believable figure. Using £50 stakes, this would represent a 300 point profit which over 12 months is definitely attainable. What is interesting to note however is that Fast Track Profits isn’t based around £50 stakes, rather £5 stakes. Given the lack of a staking plan, I will take this number as gospel.
This would suggest that Fast Track Profits has made a points profit of 3,054 points. I don’t believe this for a second.
Conclusion on fast track profits review?
Fast Track Profits does a decent enough job of presenting itself as a genuine and realistic service. So much so that even I found myself being suckered in a little bit by the spiel and that doesn’t happen often. It is only when you start to sit down and do the maths that it becomes apparent that Fast Track Profits is not really all that it seems. There are a number of factors that play into this, but I want to start with those that are perhaps most forward.
I have touched on the math not adding up and this really unpicks one of the major threads for me. The lack of staking plan combined with monetary results is a definite issue.
The fact is that £15,000 per year means £40 per day and on the surface of things, this is a very believable number. Looking at the bets that have been sent out however and applying £5 stakes to them, you would have encounter a miracle to get close to the claimed results and frankly, I don’t see this happening.
I would only ever recommend a service if I believed that it was capable of making a decent profit. I also factor in whether or not a service can deliver on the claims that are made. There are other factors as well, for example, a service with good historic results and a genuine tipster may well garner a recommendation in the face of a bad run. Sometimes, there are no redeeming features and Fast Track Profits falls into this for me.
There are a large number of tipster services available on the market and I am quite comfortable saying that this is one of the worst that I have looked at, particularly in the long run.