Grow My Betting Bank Review

Grow My Betting Bank is a new sports betting tipster service which is operated by one Ned Edwards. He claims that he is able to significantly grow your betting bank in a relatively short space of time.

Introduction to Grow My Betting Bank

There are a lot of patterns in betting. These can be ones that you find which end up leading to a profitable system. They may be something that you perceive to be a pattern from a large quantity of data. It could even be as simple as consistently losing money at the bookies. Like I say, there are a lot of patterns in betting.

This also applies to tipster services as well and there are definite patterns as to when things come out. In the approach to Christmas, I almost always see something which claims to turn x amount into a small fortune. It is a little bit late in the year, but Grow My Betting Bank has finally arrived to deliver on this.

grow-my-betting-bank-review Now to be fair to Ned Edwards, he isn’t claiming that this will pay for your Christmas. Instead, he says that Grow My Betting Bank will simply allow you to consistently multiply your betting bank. Does Grow My Betting Bank deliver on this? Let’s jump in and find out.

What Does Grow My Betting Bank Offer?

So, what do you actually get with Grow My Betting Bank? There certainly isn’t a whole lot of information presented on the sales page to go off. With this in mind, I want to be reasonable in terms of what information I divulge.

At the end of the day, if Ned Edwards doesn’t want it out there, I don’t necessarily see it as my place to do so. However, I do want to provide as much information as I can. With this in mind, Grow My Betting Bank is a daily sports betting tipster service. Each morning you can expect to receive selections from Ned Edwards directly via email. These will all be for events later in the day.

Now, in terms of the betting information, feel that I rather have my hands tied here. Ned Edwards doesn’t like to talk about the system in detail, and as such, it makes it difficult for me to accurately assess it here. There are a few things that I believe that are worth mentioning here however. Grow My Betting Bank is focussed in on a very specific betting market, and somewhat surprisingly, it isn’t a massively niche one.

Ned Edwards says in the sales material that it is available on all bookmakers and exchanges and I haven’t been able to find one that doesn’t offer this market. Unfortunately, I am not really positioned to say much more than this. In terms of the odds that are involved, by and large, you can expect to see odds of between 2.0 and 3.0. All things considered, I can say that this represents reasonable value for the market.

Of course there is a staking plan in place for Grow My Betting Bank which once again, Ned Edwards doesn’t divulge in the sales material.

What I can say is that it is petty integral to actually making the concept work for you. For reasons that I have already discussed, I don’t wish to go into too much detail here, but I will say this. Ned Edwards says that the goal of Grow My Betting Bank is to turn you betting bank into a certain amount of profit in a short space of time and there is only one realistic way that this can be achieved.

One of the things that I would like to discuss, but Ned Edwards doesn’t provide any information for, is the strike rate for Grow My Betting Bank. With no specific claims made and no proofing provided, trying to ascertain this number is a difficult affair. There is something of a suggestion that you won’t be losing too often however there is little backing this up. Whilst I am sure that Ned Edwards would make some rather bold claims, I am less convinced.

How Does Grow My Betting Bank Work?

According to Ned Edwards, “less than 4 years ago”, he was in you shoes. A struggling punter. Inconsistent with this betting and barely making money, he says that long term, he was “definitely in the red”. Realising that sports betting was not paying for him, he says the he decided to make it work.

From here, he claims that he was able to develop a system which works on specific betting markets Using a spreadsheet as a basis for developing a piece of software, Ned Edwards claims that he runs said software manually on his PC and it seemingly finds selections which are issued to Grow My Betting Bank subscribers. All of this sounds great, maybe even plausible, until you realise that actually, it doesn’t tell us a whole lot.

What is the Initial Investment?

If you want to sign up to Grow My Betting Bank, there is just one option which is open to you. This is to pay a one time cost of £37 (plus VAT). This will supposedly get you access to Ned Edwards’s selections for one cycle of increasing your betting bank from £100 all the way up to £2,500. Supposedly, the last cycle completed very recently (supposedly less than a few weeks ago) however there is no mention of when it started either.

It should be noted that payment for Grow My Betting Bank is handled through Clickbank an as such, there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place. Contrary to what Ned Edwards says, this is not only he fails.

What is the Rate of Return?

There is only really one clam in terms of the income potential for Grow My Betting Bank and this is repeated several times. This the idea that you can take an initial betting bank and increase it 25 fold.

It is interesting to note that Ned Edwards says that you can always start with less than £100, however I can’t help but feel that the implication here is that you can also earn more by investing more. Being honest, I think that a more realistic outcome is that you will really struggle to achieve this without a significant time scale.

Conclusion on Grow My Betting Bank

Increasing any investment by 25 fold is, by and large, a very difficult task. If it were anywhere close to straight forward everybody would be doing it. Now, I can already hear people talking about compounding etc. and you’re right, this does shorten the process, but you have to compound pretty aggressively to achieve this in any space of time, and at the end of the day the more you stake, the larger the loss potential.

The big question that hangs over Grow My Betting Bank is whether or not I actually believe that Ned Edwards is able to do so. The short answer to this is no, and there are a number of reasons for this.

First of all, whilst I can see that there is some potential in the markets that Grow My Betting Bank involves betting on, I don’t see it as some kind of limitless fount which is the way it seems to be portrayed in the sales material by Ned Edwards. If anything, I think that in focusing in so much on one betting market, it can potentially restrict your income.

One point t I want to discuss relates to all of the secrecy that surrounds Grow My Betting Bank. I just don’t see why it is really necessary, at least to the extent that Ned Edwards goes. I can appreciate somebody wanting to protect their methods etc. but you have to give enough to make people want to sign up to the service.

The way I look at Grow My Betting Bank is this. If somebody blindly asked you for £100 (plus £40 commission) on the grounds that they were going to turn that into £2,500, would you accept it? Of course not, you would very reasonably expect more information. It isn’t even like when you sign up to Grow My Betting Bank you are given an open book. There still remains a lot of detail that is missing.

With all of this in mind, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I can’t really bring myself to recommend Grow My Betting Bank. It is cheap, but with no really substantive evidence that it works, and a distinctive lack of information available, it just seems like a very sketchy offering to me.


Comments (4)

Steer clear of this product.

The results are shoddy give it a wide berth

I’ve lost most of my Bet365 account.

Started in November and almost lost his stake. He decided to start again with slightly better results but there has been no further bets since 2nd February 2109. I would avoid.

I’m currently pursuing a case with the abuse team at Clickbank to get my money back and get him shut down. A conman, running a poor service for as long as it takes to get beyond the 60 day refund guarantee and then vanishes, moving on to the next set of suckers. Well no more. I’m taking them down.

Interestingly enough according to the Clickbank marketplace this product was activated on Clickbank in 2008, so hardly a new product despite the claims on the sales page, looks like he just renews the sales page when he starts looking for a new set of suckers, every supposed review you can find of it just repeats what is on the sales, steer well clear of this.

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