Jibber Jabber Tipster Review BetInfo 24

Jibber Jabber is the newest tipster service to be launched by the BetInfo 24 team. It is a horse racing tipster service which claims some hugely impressive results.

Introduction to Jibber Jabber

“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose By any other word would smell as sweet”. Opening with Shakespeare can be a bold move, but the first thing that came to mind when I was notified of a massively profitable new service called Jibber Jabber was…

Well, honestly, a whole bunch of Mr. T references. But underneath this unique title lies a pretty long standing tipster service which has done a lot of work before launching a premium service to build a brand. As such, whilst Jibber Jabber may seem like a daft name, the fact that it has been kept on by BetInfo 24 because the tipster behind the service is so well known speaks volumes.

The bottom line here is that what really matters is that a service is making money, and Jibber Jabber appears to be doing this in spades. So, is it really as good as BetInfo 24 claim? Let’s have a look.

What Does Jibber Jabber Offer?

In Jibber Jabber, BetInfo 24 are essentially offering premium tips from the tipster behind the wider service. This is an important thing to establish in my book as Jibber Jabber has been operational on both Twitter and OLBG for some time. There, they have been offering tips on a daily basis for free.

Whilst this is apparently going to continue to some degree, the best tips are being reserved for Jibber Jabber. These are sent out on a daily basis by BetInfo 24 and are issued via email as you would expect. They are also made available in a special member’s area of the website.

So, what are the bets that you are receiving from BetInfo 24? Jibber Jabber is described as providing a “daily nap, NB and best bets”. Again, these are provided exclusively through this new premium service.

The bets themselves are a combination of win bets and each way bets with a focus on longer odds. Whilst historically, Jibber Jabber has been a pretty high volume tipster service, this appears to have died down recently (although this could simply be seasonal). From the proofing that BetInfo 24 provide, it seems like you will rarely have more than 5 bets on a given day.

I now want to talk about the staking plan that is in place for Jibber Jabber, because honestly, this is one thing that bothers me (although this is mostly down to BetInfo 24).  It is recommended that you have a starting betting bank of 50 points. The majority of bets that are advised through Jibber Jabber don’t appear to exceed 4 point stakes, however there are occasional historic bets which run as high as 10 points.

As such, I am not convinced that this betting bank is realistically large enough. As well as potentially dropping 10 points (or 20% of your bank) on one bet, there have been runs with Jibber Jabber where 33 points have been lost in just two days of tipping. As such, I would personally be inclined to have at least 100 points in order to absorb losses.

Finally, I want to talk about the strike rate for Jibber Jabber. According to all proofing (from BetInfo 24 and historic proofing on OLBG), this stands at 20%, a number which you could easily take as an indicator of underperforming. Given the higher odds that you will typically be backing, this represents a very strong result for Jibber Jabber.

How Does Jibber Jabber Work?

In the sales material for Jibber Jabber, BetInfo 24 say that the tipster behind the service spends at least 8 hours every day “studying the races”. Usually, I would take this vague kind of statement with a pinch of salt however in this case, I have no reason to doubt it. A simple look at the betting history on OLBG shows detailed information on why a given hose may be selected. These range from how a horse raced recently to weight loss and other reasons that are to numerous to list.

Building on this, BetInfo 24 also say that they don’t offer a trial with Jibber Jabber as the results speak for themselves. I am inclined to agree with that statement too. Before their association, Jibber Jabber has been fully proofed on OLBG (a very respected website) with proofing also uploaded to BetInfo 24. Furthermore, there are some 40,000 followers on Twitter going all the way back to October 2012. This helps cement that Jibber Jabber is a genuine service.

What is the Initial Investment?

There are a few different options available if you want to sign up to Jibber Jabber. The first of these is a monthly subscription which is priced at £32.99 per month. The next option represents slightly better value, at £89.99 per quarter.

Finally, BetInfo 24 offer the chance to sign up to Jibber Jabber for a one time cost of £299.99. This represents a saving of £185 over the course of the year. It is worth noting that BetInfo 24 do say at the bottom of the sales page that they offer a full 30 day money back guarantee in place for their services, presumably including Jibber Jabber.

What is the Rate of Return?

BetInfo 24 say that starting with a bank of £1,000 in December, you would now have in excess of £45,000 had you been betting along with Jibber Jabber. This is fully proofed, however I believe that it is important to consider that this appears to be based of bets of £50 per point.

Whilst this still works out at a massively impressive 900 points, there have also been a lot of quite high value bets as well. Now, this doesn’t detract from what Jibber Jabber has achieved, and the stakes can easily be scaled depending on your situation (for example, £5 bets would still be £4,500, a decent amount for a second income). I do however believe that for the best picture, you should look at the (still respectable) ROI of 22%.

Conclusion to Jibber Jabber

It has been some time since I have been quite as impressed with a tipster service as I am with Jibber Jabber. There is a lot of positives that I want to talk about here so I do want to address what I believe could be construed as a negative.

Namely that I believe there is an argument to be made that BetInfo 24 are perhaps a tad misleading in how they talk about their profits. It is really easy to make numbers seem big by staking large amounts and in the case of Jibber Jabber, the proofing shows numbers that I don’t feel many people would really be betting at.

With that having been said, once you start to break the numbers down, they somehow become more impressive in my view. 900 points is a massive amount of profit in less than a year and I feel like this number actually does a better job than trying to sell us on £45,000. Now you do have to bet a fair amount to make this kind of profit and the ROI does reflect this, but these are some very strong results indeed.

The other main selling point that I want to talk about with Jibber Jabber is, well Jibber Jabber as a tipster. There are so many tipsters out there in this day and age that it can be very difficult to know whether or not you are dealing with the real deal or somebody who has simply got lucky.

This is an important consideration because it definitely happens. I have seen some tipster services have a phenomenal few months and a huge launch off the back of it. 6 months later, they are in the red and closed without ceremony. Jibber Jabber has not just been at the top of his game for some time, but this is well documented.

The icing on the cake as far as I am concerned is the value for money. You could very easily expect BetInfo 24 to try and charge £45 plus for this service. Instead, it is a quite affordable and very reasonable £32.99 per month. This is significantly less than some tipster services I have looked at recently whose results simply don’t hold a candle to Jibber Jabber.

With all of this in mind, I am quite comfortable saying that Jibber Jabber is worth some very serious consideration. The results are strong, there is a decent pedigree, and the service is operated by a decent team in the shape of BetInfo 24.

Add in the fact that this represents solid value for money and I think that it is pretty fair to say that Jibber Jabber ticks all boxes.

 

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From: Simon Roberts