One Point Profits Review Betfan

One Point Profits is a new horse racing tipster service from Sean O’Brien and Betfan that provides a simple and easy to follow tipster service to subscribers.

What does the product offer?

One Point Profits is a very typical tipster service and a big part of this is that Betfan say that they wanted to introduce a one point betting service that anybody could follow and allegedly, Sean O’Brien is the man to deliver this. Selections for One Point Profits are sent out daily to users with around four or five selections being sent out each day with all bets advised as win bets and the odds covered having a massive range. As I have stated before and the name suggests, One Point Profits uses a single point staking system which means that your betting bank is rarely at any substantial risk. The strike rate for One Point Profits is pretty low at 16.15% however this doesn’t paint the whole picture.

How does the product work?

Sean O’Brien says that he has been a “professional punter” for over 10 years and that prior to this, he was an accountant. A factor that Sean O’Brien claims is helpful when compiling the various ratings he uses for One Point Profits selections. Unfortunately nothing more is said about this aside from a vague allusion to picking out bets that represent the best value.

What is the initial investment?

Interestingly, One Point Profits is only available on a 90 day subscription or a 6 month subscription. These sell for £90 and £150 respectively with neither option really having any money back guarantee. This is down to Betfan’s policy of not offering refunds (although they do say that they will consider any requests).

What is the rate of return?

Since it launched in April this year, One Point Profits has made an overall points profit of 180.4 points which is a strong result. What is worth noting however is that if you look at Betfair SP this does drop substantially to just 62.18 points which means that to get the most out of One Point Profits, you need to be on the lookout for the best possible odds.

Conclusion

One Point Profits is a brand new service and whilst Sean O’Brien hasn’t steered it too wrong so far, it has only been three months. This might not be such a problem if there was a reasonably priced monthly option but at £90 for a minimum of 3 months, you are putting a lot of faith in Sean O’Brien to be able to continue this success.

Whilst on the subject of the pricing, I can’t help but feel that it is rather misleading. Looking at Betfan’s best performing service over the last 3 months, the flat stakes profit has amounted to 223.44 points to advised odds where One Point Profits made just 180.4. The best performing service also costs just £76 for 90 days. As you can see, One Point Profits clearly represents a false economy and what is most disappointing is that this service is aimed at punters who don’t necessarily know any better. I strongly recommend shopping around instead of buying into One Point Profits as there are much better value products available for less.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts