Football Betting Blueprints is a sports betting system from Benjamin Forte. As the title suggests, it shows you a specific method of making money by placing certain types of football bets.
What does the product offer?
The sales material for Football Betting Blueprints sounds like a guaranteed winner. Benjamin Forte proudly headlines his web page with the claim that this is “the exact system [he] used to bank £10,419 in PROFIT in just 12 weeks”. This is one hell of a claim as it suggests that £2,500 per month is easily attainable. I am rather sceptical of this, but none the less, let’s take a look at whether Football Betting Blueprints is able to come close to delivering.
In terms of what you are getting, it is very easy to be massively disappointed with Football Betting Blueprints. This is mostly down to the fact that all that you actually get is an 11 page PDF. I have looked at longer brochures for cars. Of course, the length of the ebook shouldn’t matter if Benjamin Forte’s system is really as good as he says that it is.
To credit Benjamin Forte, Football Betting Blueprints is a well enough written piece of work. The system is broken down into a step by step guide which shows you how to both find and place your bets. I do have some minor qualms about this which I will get to later on, but fundamentally, this is not a difficult thing to do.
Getting started from here is also straight forward, in part thanks to a number of clickable URL’s within the ebook which take you directly to the websites that you need. This definitely goes some way towards Benjamin Forte’s claim that you will be able to place your first bet through Football Betting Blueprints “within minutes of finishing the book”.
There is a staking plan that is in place for Football Betting Blueprints however it is difficult for me to talk too much about this without giving anything away. Because of how Football Betting Blueprints works, it is reliant on a number of different things coming together in order to get close to the claimed results. Keeping on the numbers side of things, there is unfortunately no proofing provided for Football Betting Blueprints and as such, no strike rate. This is one of the bigger problems that I have with the claimed result in the headlines for the service.
How does the product work?
Given that it only runs for 11 pages, it probably goes without saying that I can’t say too much about Football Betting Blueprints without giving the game away. What I can advise is that Football Betting Blueprints is mostly based around using certain betting markets and small accumulators. I will also say that whilst there are flaws with Football Betting Blueprints, there is some potential here although I am not certain that it really exists the way that Benjamin Forte describes it.
What is the initial investment?
At the time of writing, Benjamin Forte is offering Football Betting Blueprints for a one time payment of £38. This is supposedly limited to 25 copies however it does represent a substantial discount on the “real” value of £59. One thing that is interesting is that Football Betting Blueprints says that if you fail to make a profit in your first 30 days, he will offer a full refund. This is despite the fact that the service is sold through Clickbank which means that there is a 60 day money back guarantee in place by default.
What is the rate of return?
We are told several times about how Benjamin Forte made £10,419 in profit over 12 weeks. In the sales material for Football Betting Blueprints, Benjamin Forte also talks at length about how much he makes through betting. This includes a claim of ending months “over £20,000 in profit” and average months of around £7,500 in profit. Once again, there is no evidence to back these claims and as such, I struggle to believe these claims.
I am not ashamed to admit that it is difficult to write about a betting system rather than a service. This is because giving away even a small part of the system can allow those who are astute to start reverse engineering information. This applies doubly so when there simply isn’t that much information to give away. With this in mind, I hope you will excuse me if I choose my words carefully.
The selection process for Football Betting Blueprints is crude at best. In fact, I would go as far as to say that this is one area that Benjamin Forte could really work on improving. On a given day, there may be as many as 50 candidates for selection and whittling these down is a difficult choice. Especially as Benjamin Forte’s writing could do with some clarity.
When it comes to the system itself, there is something here. The fundamental underpinnings of Football Betting Blueprints are actually quite good, although they aren’t perhaps quite as unique as they are initially made out to be. In fact, I have seen a few products before now which draw on some very similar ideas. They also arguably execute them slightly better than Football Betting Blueprints.
This is a bit of a recurring theme with Football Betting Blueprints if I am honest. Looking at it, you can’t help but feel that with some work and things being tweaked, it could be a much better product. Truthfully, I think that this is where a lot of the issues with Football Betting Blueprints lie. It is not so much the systems itself which has problems, but the execution of the finished product. A fact that is hammered home by a length of just 11 pages.
I will also happily hold my hands up and say that if Benjamin Forte wants to convince me about Football Betting Blueprints he needs to provide some evidence for his claims. There is a lot of talk about being a professional bettor and every bettor that I know that takes their profession seriously keeps results. I would have liked to see this, if only to get a proper feel for the ebb and flow of Football Betting Blueprints. This is something that cannot be understated with Football Betting Blueprints as this is a service that when it wins, will win big.
As it currently stands, I can possibly see £38 of value in Football Betting Blueprints, although I think that there are much better betting products on the market. If you do buy into it, chances are that you will become frustrated at some point or other. At the supposed full price of £59, I simply wouldn’t touch it as there are much better products and strategies available on the market for less.
This brings me to the biggest problem with Football Betting Blueprints which is that whilst it is flawed in its own rights, on the open market it just isn’t good enough. I can think of any number of products that are within £20 of Football Betting Blueprints’ sale price which I would much rather use instead.