Global Win Tripler is a new to market horse racing tipster service which is being offered by tipster, Don Trevelyan. The claims of profit are very substantial and we are told that you don’t have to do much work either.
Introduction to Global Win Tripler
With everything that is going on in the world at the moment, namely, the Coronavirus pandemic, there are a lot of products coming out that focus on different betting disciplines to the norm. One area that has enjoyed rousing success is international horse racing. Honestly, I can’t count the number of betting experts that have come out of the woodwork now who are specialising in horse racing from Australia to Dubai to Chile.
But what I haven’t really seen claimed before now is any tipster who is claiming to be better backing international horse racing than the UK scene. Enter Global Win Tripler. A tipster service that loudly boasts at the top of the sales material “I am proud to announce that with Global Win Tripler you will DOUBLE YOUR RETURNS on that of any UK betting method”. That is one hell of a claim.
Now this is a very interesting claim indeed. And one that is bound to make me sit up and pay attention. However, I have a lot of reasons for being sceptical of this claim. I will cover them over the course of this review, but I can say that I just don’t have a lot of confidence in Global Win Tripler. None the less, let’s dive in and at least try to keep an open mind.
What Does Global Win Tripler Offer?
In terms of what is on offer with Global Win Tripler, despite some very hyped up marketing, it is actually rather difficult to know exactly what you are getting yourself into. You see, the tipster behind the service doesn’t actually ever tell you straight out. It is all rather breezed over in the sales material, preferring to tell you simply how easy it is.
We are told things like “making six figures this year will take no more than 10 minutes of your time each day”, which is of course somewhat contradicted by the fact that Don Trevelyan says that he spends “just 5 minutes each day collecting [his] bets and placing them at any bookmaker”.
We are also told that you simply have to make a few clicks with your mouse, open an email, and tot up a few figures. And that is the real clue as to what you are getting into here. Because whilst it isn’t really explicitly stated, Global Win Tripler is ultimately a tipster service of sorts.
As the sales material suggests, this is a daily affair with selections sent out to you. Honestly, the quality of these (at least from what I have seen so far) is shockingly basic. Given all of the claims that are made about Global Win Tripler, you would very much be forgiven for expecting a bit of a quality product.
Instead, you really do get the bare minimum that you would expect. This means that in theory, following along with this isn’t difficult, but to get the most out of it will require additional work.
For example, whilst Don Trevelyan says that he simply places bets with his bookmaker, if I were following this, I would be looking to take full advantage of an odds comparison website. The fact of the matter is that whilst you are theoretically not going to be losing very often (if you believe the sales material, which I don’t), you will really want to maximise your winnings if you are actually following Global Win Tripler.
This is because whilst there is an exceptionally high strike rate claimed, I am not really sold on it at all. You see, Don Trevelyan says that in following Global Win Tripler, around 9 out of 10 bets will be winning bets. Let’s not mince our words here. That is an exceptionally high number. One that you might expect from a particularly good lay betting service.
But it doesn’t end there. Because we are also told that in his experience following Global Win Tripler, Don Trevelyan says that he will “frequently go a WHOLE MONTH without a losing bet!”. This suggests to me that the strike rate would in actual fact be even higher than the 90% that is implied earlier.
Now when you consider that you will be dealing with straight win bets, that is one hell of a number. The fact is that when it comes to picking a horse to win, there is a certain knack to it. Even a service that looks exclusively looks at favourites may expect to see a strike rate of 60% – 70%.
But that is exclusively backing favourites. The fact is that Global Win Tripler looks at a wider range of odds, and as such, you would expect this number to be even lower. After all, even if you are backing horses at somewhat middling odds, there remains a massive drop off in terms of how many horses will win. So, what Don Trevelyan is claiming really is exceptional.
And to top off these seemingly amazing results, it is worth noting that Global Win Tripler also comes with a bespoke staking plan. One that can supposedly allow you to start with £75 and end up in excess of £10,000. Again, these numbers are incredibly strong. And again, so much so that you would almost think that they are unbelievable…
What I will say about this is that as you would expect, really, there is a pretty aggressive compounding plan in place. This of course has a massive knock on affect on the potential real world results for Global Win Tripler as it does carry a massive increase in risk.
How Does Global Win Tripler Work?
One of the things that we do get quite a bit of information about with Global Win Tripler is how the service works. At least… Sort of. Not surprisingly, Don Trevelyan is willing to go into a fair old amount of detail in terms of what is involved. However, the nature of the service means that much of the pertinent information is obfuscated.
Effectively, the whole thing all comes from a jockey who Don Trevelyan knows. A jockey who supposedly, has “a network of contacts across the globe that really could not be rivalled”. From this, said jockey has a system for making selective bets, and that he is working with “a very well known trainer”.
To back this up, we are given an extensive quote from a so called “Jockey/Trainer Partnership Agreement”. This makes a number of claims, however there is one quote that I really want to focus in on:
“…we have developed a SUPREMELY ACCURATE FORECASTING TECHNIQUE which effectively takes the gamble out of gambling. Without exaggeration, there is no known reason why this product will not continue to produce phenomenally profitable bets. The system’s major forte is its ability to uncover winners with unfailing accuracy. Furthermore, many of those winners start off at remunerative odds…”
Of course, as great as this all sounds, there is nothing that really backs this claim up. Don Trevelyan certainly doesn’t provide any proofing for Global Win Tripler or in fact any real evidence except a dodgy screenshot of a bank account. As such, I am very much inclined to take all of this with a very large pinch of salt.
What is the Initial Investment?
If you want to sign up to Global Win Tripler there is only one option available. This is a one time cost of £27.00 plus VAT. It is interesting to note however that this number isn’t one that is actually advertised anywhere in the sales page. It is in fact only there when you are taken to the Clickbank page, a point which raises its own issues that I will discuss a little later.
On the subject of Clickbank, they do of course handle the payment for Global Win Tripler. This means that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place. This is mentioned by Don Trevelyan, however it is a bit of an afterthought at the end with a simple graphic.
What is the Rate of Return?
Now we come to the part of Global Win Tripler that is really interesting and to be completely honest, is the only real reason that I can think of that you might want to consider this. With Don Trevelyan claiming an income of £92,347.29 last year, those are numbers that it is hard to ignore. And then immediately below this is a Natwest bank account that supposedly has £109,736.10 in it.
Elsewhere, there is a ludicrous claim that “with Global Win Tripler you’ll make a minimum of £1,350.00 THIS WEEK”. And the numbers just continue to go on, all roughly adding up to the same amount, but never quite adding up either. But the single most important thing to keep in mind is that it is all entirely unsubstantiated.
Conclusion for Global Win Tripler
I’ll be pretty straight with you here. It has been some time since I’ve looked at a tipster service that is as bad as Global Win Tripler is. Which isn’t something that I really like to say. Honestly, I come into every betting system and service hoping that there is something good to report. Here though, there are just red flag after red flag.
First of all, I am always on he defensive when a tipster starts guaranteeing that you’ll make minimum numbers. Especially when they are very substantial numbers. It is easy to get swept away in the exorbitant income claims that are made, but let’s not forget that £1,350 is as much money as some people will make in a month, in a salaried job. It really is a big number.
Whilst I’ll be coming back to the income potential element of things, I want to talk about some of the other claims that are made. Claims that I also don’t believe are true. Don Trevelyan certainly doesn’t provide you with anything backing them up.
So, a strike rate of at least 90%. In all the time I’ve been doing this, I don’t think that I’ve ever seen a genuine tipster service have a consistent strike rate this high. And I am including lay betting in this statement. Honestly, even with proofing I’d be sceptical of this number. But as it stands, I’ll happily dismiss this as being crap.
Secondly, I want to address how Global Win Tripler supposedly works. Because again, I don’t believe a word of it. In actual fact, I have looked at other tipster services in the past that claim to be built around a similar premise, that is to say, receiving inside information from a jockey. Now that is something that a lot of tipsters might claim, so I’ll let that slip.
What I cannot let slip is the fact that whilst Global Win Tripler is a new product, I have seen that “Jockey/Trainer” Partnership Agreement used in other services. I dismissed it as being lazy marketing then and I will do the same here. But it is definitely cause for concern that things are being so blatantly plagiarised.
Even in terms of the income that Don Trevelyan himself claims to have made… It’s all just blatantly ridiculous. The “evidence” backing it up is some of the ropiest that I have seen in recent times, and I wouldn’t consider it to be conclusive in the slightest.
With all of this in mind, I just couldn’t recommend Global Win Tripler at all. It is one of the worst tipster services that I have looked at for a long time. Everything about it is highly questionable and from what I have seen, Don Trevelyan isn’t going to get close to delivering on those so called results. And that is a very good reason to give this a miss.