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Greyhound Naps Review

Greyhounds Naps is a greyhound tipster service. It is provided by an anonymous tipster under the Betfan umbrella.

What does the product offer?

Greyhound Naps is a selective tipster service with the tipster behind the service claiming an average of one tip per day will be sent out. The staking involved varies from bet to bet with this service with advice provided on the day. Curiously Greyhounds Naps doesn’t offer any information on a strike rate which I find mildly concerning. As with any Betfan product Greyhounds Naps’ selections can be sent to users via email or they can be viewed in an online member’s area.

How does the product work?

Greyhound Naps is form and statistic based, something that the tipster is happy to share (a rarity in the tipster world). Quite what is involved outside of this isn’t mentioned, but this is a case where something definitely beats nothing.

What is the initial investment?

Greyhounds Naps allows a free trial period of 14 days at £9.97 which applies whether you sign up for a monthly or quarterly subscription. Once this time has elapsed Greyhounds Naps is available for £37 every 28 days or £74 every 90 days. As Greyhounds Naps is a Betfan product there isn’t much in the way of a money back guarantee. Betfan do however say that they will review requests.

What is the rate of return?

At the time of writing Greyhounds Naps stands at 148.48 points of profit over a 6 month period. This equates to just shy of 25 points per month which isn’t exceptional by any stretch of the imagination, but it is still profit.

Conclusion

Greyhounds Naps doesn’t seem to do anything wrong. The profit is pretty consistent and the tipster behind the service is quite open about his processes (one of the best things about Greyhounds Naps in my opinion). My biggest issue is the pricing which frankly I find a little on the high side That doesn’t mean that there is no merit in Greyhounds Naps, far from it.

It is just a little too pricey for me.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts