Fiver to 5K is a new service being offered by Andrew Jackson. He claims to be able to turn a small betting bank into a large profit within the space of a year.
Introduction to Fiver to 5K
I am not certain why the current trend is so prevalent, but I have looked at a lot of services recently which claim to turn small initial investments into much larger profits down the line. Now I have to be honest and say that despite some interesting sounding options, I have yet to find one that really works. This is disappointing, however in this line of work you have to move on quickly from that which doesn’t work and find something that does (which when you do find it, you should definitely stick with!).
With this in mind, I am trying to come into Fiver to 5K with an open mind. Andrew Jackson makes some pretty compelling sounding arguments and if he can actually deliver on them, then this is a definite no brainer. With that in mind, let’s have a look at what you get with Fiver to 5K.
What Does Fiver to 5K Offer?
The number 5 appears to be a little bit of a recurring number throughout Fiver to 5K as you will see over the course of this review. First of all, this is not a daily horse racing tipster service. Andrew Jackson says that he bets just five days a week running Monday through Friday. One these days, selections are sent out directly to Fiver to 5K subscribers via email.
The content here is reasonable however it is worth pointing out that Andrew Jackson says that he bets through. You can, as he points out, possibly get better odds through bookies and this is something I would definitely recommend.
In terms of the bets that Andrew Jackson advises to Fiver to 5K subscribers, he claims that you can typically expect between 5 and 10 bets per day. Obviously this approach is very high volume and this can add up over the course of a week. It is worth noting that all bets are all straight forward back to win bets and cover a large variety of odds. Fiver to 5K ranges from pretty much odds on going all the way up to 20/1 in this regard.
There is a staking plan in place for Fiver to 5K and as you would expect, it is all very straight forward. In fact, it is pretty much right there in the title. All bets are advised to be backed to £5 with Andrew Jackson saying that he doesn’t believe in staking “£5 on this, £10 on that and £20 on a favourite!”. Fortunately, this works for us however it does mean that the betting bank that you have to work with is just 50 points.
This is not a significant amount should Fiver to 5K hit a losing streak, especially when you factor in the volume of bets.
Moving on to the strike rate for Fiver to 5K, according to Andrew Jackson he has averaged “around 49%” for the year. The “last week” had a strike rate of 53.13%. It is worth pointing out that in the case of both of these, there is no real evidence to back these claims up. We are given a few “screenshots” which show winning bets but this is a long way from any sort of comprehensive proofing.
How Does Fiver to 5K Work?
In terms of details on the selection process for Fiver to 5K, we are told nothing. Andrew Jackson has a lot to say about his betting history, how successful he has been etc. but the truth is that we are never provided with any insight. Even the strategy behind Fiver to 5K isn’t something which is discussed. All that we are told is that you will never withdraw any profits and that all that you have to make is £100 per week using £5 stakes.
I should point out that this works out at 20 points per week, a figure which is rather unlikely to me.
There are a number of reasons that this is disappointing, not least of which is because I firmly believe that all consumers are entitled to make an informed purchase. With the information that is provided about Fiver to 5K, this just isn’t a viable option.
What is the Initial Investment?
Supposedly, the “real” value of Fiver to 5K stands at £99. At the time of writing however, this is being offered for a significantly reduced price of £49. Andrew Jackson says that this subscription will last you for 12 months or until £5,000 profit has been made, whichever comes first. If the service doesn’t make the claimed profit in 12 months, then you will supposedly get the next period for free.
On top of this, it is also worth keeping in mind that Fiver to 5K comes with a full 60 day money back guarantee as the service is sold through Clickbank.
What is the Rate of Return?
I have made reference to it several times and the answer is right there in the title. Andrew Jackson is adamant that Fiver to 5K will make you £5,000 of profit starting with a betting bank of £250. Using this as a jumping off point, this would mean an effective profit of 1,000 points.
It is worth keeping in mind that Andrew Jackson says that Fiver to 5K has achieved this several times before (with no proofing) and that this is often achieved in less than the 12 months claimed. In fact, he has supposedly achieved this five times (there’s that number again!) in 3 years.
Conclusion on Fiver to 5K
At a glance, Fiver to 5K looks like a fantastic offering and I can’t help but feel that it has been crafted this way on purpose. This is in no small part down to the fact that without looking too hard into Fiver to 5K, I can see that the service is operated by a well known Clickbank vendor. They have produced a lot of different tipster services, none of which have been well received in the long term. This doesn’t start things off well for Fiver to 5K.
There are more factors however, some of which are more apparent than others to me. The lack of information on a selection process is a big problem. From what Andrew Jackson says, we are supposed to just buy into the fact that is selections are apparently as good as claimed. It isn’t even like Fiver to 5K comes with any real proofing which backs up the numbers.
On top of this, I have a lot of questions about the long term fiscal viability (aside from the fact that I believe that Fiver to 5K is fraught with questionable aspects). You will potentially be betting your entire betting bank in a single week with Fiver to 5K. Because of the high volume of bets involved, I can see you burning this out rather quickly. It is not like there is much reason to have faith in the selections what with there essentially being no credible evidence.
I came into Fiver to 5K wanting it to work, I really did. I would love to see a service perform as claimed and I would be more than happy to recommend it, but none of Andrew Jackson’s claims add up. 1000 points in a year is a hell of an undertaking and I can think of few tipsters who have achieved this. I certainly can’t think of any that have done this to level stakes.
This is all rather suspect and combined with the background of the product, I can’t help but feel like the most likely outcome of following Andrew Jackson’s advice is that you will have lost your money and wasted a lot of time.