Next Generation Football Alchemy is a new sports betting tipster service from Wilfred Holt that he claims will be able to allow you guaranteed wins, wherever you live on the planet.
What does the product offer?
According to the sales material, Next Generation Football Alchemy offers everything, seemingly with next to no risk. In fact, Wilfred Holt says that he guarantees that you will win with Next Generation Football Alchemy which is certainly impressive sounding. In terms of what you get with Next Generation Football Alchemy, there are two different aspects. The first of these is a copy of the Next Generation Football Alchemy guide which provides you with a look at the methods that Wilfred Holt says help him to identify selections. Despite being the driving product behind the sales material etc. this isn’t really the main selling point of Next Generation Football Alchemy. This would be the tipster service which provides the selections that Wilfred Holt chooses using the methods he shows in the guide. These are sent out each morning and according to the copy, will win 6 times out of 10 which means a massive strike rate of 60%.
How does the product work?
As touched upon there is claimed to a be a secret mathematical formula behind Next Generation Football Alchemy however not surprisingly this isn’t revealed to you until you have already bought the product with no real hint given on the sales page which I find worrying as buying into any betting system blind should be a no go. Wilfred Holt has also littered various references to a betting loophole across the landing page for Next Generation Football Alchemy however again, this feels more like desperate marketing than any legitimate claim.
What is the initial investment?
Next Generation Football Alchemy sells for a seemingly one time cost of £19.99 with payment handled directly via a private payment website that actually takes you through another website, highpulsemidlands.com which is awaiting any real content. There is a money back guarantee in place for Next Generation Football Alchemy which Wilfred Holt says is in place for 8 weeks however you do have to claim this back from the vendor.
What is the rate of return?
The only reference made to income potential on the Next Generation Football Alchemy sales page is where Wilfred Holt says that your potential profits could be almost unlimited however I personally find this kind of statement frustrating as it’s misleading without actually giving anything away.
The biggest thing that jumps out as being wrong about Next Generation Football Alchemy isn’t actually anything on the sales page itself, but in the marketing material which is emailed out. I was shocked to find that Wilfred Holt had tipped Liverpool to lose to Midtjylland in the Europa League at 21/1. Not because that this seems like a bad tip but because it was actually Manchester United who were playing them, not Liverpool.
I don’t think that I have to say any more to further highlight my concerns to you as a tipster who can’t get their details right in an email shot certainly isn’t one that I would pay for advice.