Laytastic Service is a free tipster service offering selections for lay bets on horse racing. It is operated by Jon Roberts and his team.
What does the product offer?
Laytastic Service offers users tips on horses to lay against, this is on a Monday to Friday basis. As this is a lay betting service an account will be required through Betfair or a similar service. Laytastic Service is a member site based service and when you sign up you gain immediate access. Jon Roberts’ selections have generated a strike rate as of the end of June of 84% with losing streaks rarely getting above two or three losses.
How does the product work?
There is no mention of how selections for Laytastic Service are made which I would normally take exception to but since Laytastic Service is free this isn’t such a big issue. I still would have liked to have seen some information as at the moment you get a race, time and horse to lay.
What is the initial investment?
As mentioned above Laytastic Service is a free service although Jon Roberts is only providing this to a limited number of people.
What is the rate of return?
Laytastic Service aims to make £95 per win based off their results page. This has amounted to a cumulative win amount of £12,000 since March last year.
As a service Laytastic Service doesn’t seem too bad. It’s free and is clearly part of a larger sales funnel. That having bee said the results aren’t terrible in the main. There are however some concerns that I have about this service, namely the liability in the event of loss. Based off the staking that Jon Roberts uses there are several races where well over £1000 is being lost at a time. If you are trying to use Laytastic Service profitably and withdraw money then this may become an issue.
As I have said, Laytastic Service isn’t bad, but it is free and this for me overlooks a lot of the potential foibles that I would have if you paid for this system.