Pauls Wins Profits is a new to market horse racing tipster service which is being offered by one Paul Harris. He claims that unlike other tipsters on the market, he is well positioned to help you to make money through betting.
Introduction to Pauls Wins Profits
“Are you sick and tired of all those bogus claims from so called “Tipsters” that NEVER live up to the hype?… Don’t Worry, I Have The Solution!” reads the headline of today’s review. Well, let me tell you something reader. As I’m writing this, it’s very early AM, I am tired, and I can tell you for nothing that I am sick to the back teeth of bogus claims from so called tipsters.
With this in mind I’m quiet sure that Paul Harris isn’t going to try and pull the wool over my eyes here. After all, we’re surely kindred spirits he and I. And he is claiming, he has the solution to this. So of course, I am incredibly excited about this one. As I will address, the profits might not be the “hundreds of thousands” I see so called experts offering, but they are still very good looking.
So, since Paul Harris and I are clearly just on the same wave length, I am quite sure that holding his own service, Pauls Wins Profits ,to the same high standards that he would hold other tipsters too shouldn’t be a problem. Right? Personally, I’m not so convinced that this will ultimately end up working in his favour. None the less, it is exactly what I intend to do.
What Does Pauls Wins Profits Offer?
Given that I full intend to hold Pauls Wins Profits up to the highest of standards, I feel it is only fair to start off by talking about how Paul Harris manages his service. Yes, his tips are important (especially if they are a successful as claimed), however, it is also important to ensure that you are going to receive tips in a timely fashion and whatnot. I have seen too many tipsters fail at even this most basic of provisions.
So, what exactly are you getting into here. Well, Paul Harris says that Pauls Wins Profits subscribers will receive five bets per day, Monday through Friday. This means 25 bets per week. Now, I know what you’re thinking. That doesn’t seem like a lot, but I can tell you now that those bets really start to add up.
But I can tell you from my own personal experience that if you are backing 25 bets per week and are actually winning, that is a better thing than leaning on a tipster who provides just one bet per day that isn’t winning. Whilst selective betting can be a very shrewd move, it can have a massive impact on your ability to recover losses. Ultimately though, it doesn’t matter how many bets you are placing, so long as they are good advice.
Now, of course, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you will be given any insight into why these bets are good advice. This is one of a number of disappointing and frustrating elements of Pauls Wins Profits that you will see over the course of this review. In fact, there are quite a few things that stand out at me here as “missing” quite basic information, but I’ll cover those as I get to them.
Now, where were we? Ah, yes. You receive selections via a member’s area on the Pauls Wins Profits website. These seem to be made available on the morning of racing, however this does seem to be somewhat later on in the day. Not surprisingly, this will not suit everybody. But at least you aren’t getting selections from “those scamming crooks”. What with Paul Harris being all above board and whatnot.
Moving on from those minimalistic (and frankly somewhat disappointing) logistical efforts, let’s talk a little bit about the bets themselves. Because honestly, if Pauls Wins Profits is smashing it out of the park, then I don’t necessarily mind if the management side of things is a little bit ropey. However, that does seem like a pretty big if…
So, the bets. What you will be dealing with is exclusively straight win bets. This combined with the somewhat higher volume of bets means that at the very least, using Pauls Wins Profits isn’t a particularly dull affair. At least, if you’re into that kind of thing. With that said, this doesn’t mean that the offering from Paul Harris is a simple cut and dry (if busy) thing.
Realistically, one area where I think that you will really struggle is in terms of getting the odds that are recommended. From what I have seen, getting close to this is more of an exception than a rule. As is so often the case in circumstances like this, it is recommended that you use Oddschecker to get the most out of your returns.
Especially because of that low volume of bets. I know that I’ve already talked about this, but it is something that I will keep coming back to. The fact is that if you aren’t betting very often, then negative runs can have huge and far reaching implications for your profit and loss.
Now, in theory, this shouldn’t be a problem. A look at Paul Harris’s “proofing” shows that there have been numerous wins at pretty good odds including 3 different 6/1 winners. Elsewhere, the other bets all demonstrate the top end of middling odds. Which is great, if you can get them. That is a point that I will keep hammering home.
Finally, I want to touch on the topic of a staking plan. Fortunately, this is one area where Paul Harris is keen to share information. He recommends backing all bets to level stakes of 1 point. That means 25 points per week which isn’t a monumental amount (presuming a 100 point betting bank for Pauls Wins Profits), but it is definitely considerable.
Especially if you just aren’t winning that often. Now, this is an area that really sticks in my craw. Paul Harris shows that he won 10 bets in a single week and presents this as being common place for Pauls Wins Profits. That would put the strike rate at 40%, a very strong number if you can actually believe it. Because actually, this number is based off a number of bets that clearly seem to be cherry picked to me.
How Does Pauls Wins Profits Work?
I have talked about a lack of information and this is very applicable when it comes to looking at how Pauls Wins Profits works as well. There is plenty of that smack talk towards other tipsters. Comparing them to all manner of snake oil salesman and unscrupulous cads who are only out to get one over the little guy.
The truth of the matter is that all that we are realistically told about Pauls Wins Profits is that Paul Harris has supposedly developed a “SIMPLE but VERY PROFITABLE method that will allow you and anyone else to earn an incredible income from betting on the horses”. This is further based on “a lot of trial and error”.
I’m not saying that I want a step by step breakdown of what is involved here. I don’t really think that would be reasonable or viable. But what I do think is reasonable is that Paul Harris provide enough information to make an informed decision about whether or not Pauls Wins Profits is for you. As it is, I just don’t believe that is the case.
Combine this with the fact that there is no real proofing as such (outside of those clearly cherry picked results) and it becomes very difficult to look at Pauls Wins Profits and get an idea of what you are actually getting yourself into. Honestly, this is a massive problem for me. I am a strong proponent for the fact that consumers should be able to make an informed decision on a purchase. Something you just can’t do here.
What is the Initial Investment?
Paul Harris is asking a one time fee of just £39 (plus VAT) in order to receive selections from Pauls Wins Profits for a full 90 days. This supposedly represents a significant discount on the claimed “real” value of £90 per quarter. I hugely refute that this is actually a viable amount that you would expect to pay though.
Now there are two things off the back of this that are interesting to me. First of all, there is the fact that this isn’t a recurring charge. And on top of this, there is no talk about what you can expect to pay for the future either. Now, in theory, this should be the £90 mentioned before, but aside from appearing once in the marketing material for Pauls Wins Profits, you don’t see this number again.
Honestly, about the best thing that I think I can say here is that Paul Harris is selling Pauls Wins Profits through the Clickbank platform. This means that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place should the service not work for you (a fact that is at least mentioned in the sales material).
What is the Rate of Return?
The main number that is thrown about in the marketing material for Pauls Wins Profits is the claim that you can make more than £750 per week. In theory, this number makes some sense. After all, it is based off the week that Paul Harris so generously provides us with evidence for. The month that is almost definitely not a reflection of realistic results.
Now, I don’t think I’m being unreasonable in pointing out that the £784.50 that was made is not demonstrable as a consistent figure. But what really seals this number as questionable in my book is the stakes that are involved. You see, that somewhat modest looking number is based off £30 stakes. This means a points profit of 26.15 in a week.
Conclusion for Pauls Wins Profits
Honestly, I really wanted Paul Harris to turn out to be above board. I’d have loved nothing more than to see that his service is able to deliver on the claimed results and for people to be making money. Especially when you think about how voraciously (but still very reasonably) he attacks other tipsters for pumping out questionable crap.
This is a position that I happily endorse. I can’t help but feel like if more tipsters would acknowledge where there are very clear short fallings, they would ultimately do better. Unfortunately, that isn’t the case. Instead, Paul Harris is seemingly blind to the problems that exist within Pauls Wins Profits, and there are lot of them.
Many, coincidentally, being the same kinds of problems as those that he is so keen to chastise other tipsters for. This includes ridiculous income claims. I know genuine and very god tipsters who would be pleased as punch to see 26.15 points in a month, never mind making that in just one week.
And this just continues across the whole of Pauls Wins Profits. Paul Harris derides other tipsters for showing off mansions and sports cars as attainable lifestyle items using their tips. Only to show an Aston Martin and what can only really be described as a very large house or a small mansion in his sales material, immediately after asking what you’ll do with your winnings.
But honestly, none of this is a real surprise to me. In this line of work, you come to realise that there are certain vendors who will push out betting products as they see genuine punters as being a quick and easy mark for highly questionable services. These do not ever deliver on their claimed results, and are often wound down quietly once Clickbank’s refund window has elapsed.
The vendor selling Pauls Wins Profits is one that is known to me for exactly these kinds of things. Does that mean that this will happen this time? Not at all. I could be wrong and he could have changed his ways. But I wouldn’t hold my breath on that.
As such, you are left with a tipster service that is, at the very least, cheap. But, as I have said a number of times, if you aren’t paying a lot of money for something crap, you are still paying for something crap. And short of Paul Harris actually backing up his claims for Pauls Wins Profits (as well as demonstrating the inherent corruptness in every other tipster service out there), this remains one that isn’t really worth your time or effort in my book.