GM Betting Service is a horse racing tipster service operated by Gavin McAllister that provides users with frequent selections for races across the UK and Ireland.
What does the product offer?
GM Betting Service is an independent horse racing tipster service that claims to offer consistently profitable horse racing tips to users. Tips are not a daily thing however on average, there is one selection per day however Gavin McAllister advises that some days GM Betting Service will advise of up to 4 selections in a given day. Races cover the UK and Ireland with all bets advised as win bets. Odds are varied with GM Betting Service advising of favourites to backing some outsiders however these don’t tend to run into double figures. Based off the proofing that Gavin McAllister supplies, GM Betting Service has a claimed strike rate of 33% which is a respectable enough figure.
How does the product work?
I am unfortunately not surprised to find that Gavin McAllister does not offer any advice on what his selection process for GM Betting Service is, nor is there even any basic insight which I personally find rather worrying. This is for (what I perceive to be) a number of potentially suspect reasons, however I shall explore these properly and in full below.
What is the initial investment?
Accessing GM Betting Service costs the exceptionally reasonable sounding £10 until the rest of the year (with VAT on top of this). Payment is handled via Clickbank so you also get the peace of mind that comes with their standard 60 day money back guarantee.
What is the rate of return?
According to Gavin McAllister, GM Betting Service has made a 267.52 point profit since 2014. For 2015, the service is up 56.27 points up to the start of June.
In this line of work you look at a lot of products that offer very unrealistic claims with little to no evidence to back it up or (as Gavin McAllister points out) all too often, the income claims are massively inflated based around bets that most bettors simply can’t afford. GM Betting Service doesn’t fall into any of these traps and the straight forward nature of approach is actually rather refreshing. I do hold some concerns however.
Whilst GM Betting Service has performed adequately enough and on the surface, appears to be a fantastic offering it is worth keeping in mind that the domain was registered less than a week through various anonymous channels. This isn’t to say that there is nothing of value in GM Betting Service and actually, I am inclined to believe that there is a fair amount to offer.
The thing for me about GM Betting Service is that it represents a low risk investment. It costs you a tenner, you bet on paper for a month and if Gavin McAllister is as good as he claims to be then you’re laughing, however if GM Betting Service turns out to be a bit of a sham, then you still have your 60 day money back guarantee in place.