Premier is a form based tipping service for horse racing and football with new tips released daily.
What does the product offer?
Premier offer a full tipping service for horse racing in England, Scotland and Ireland as well as football tips for English and Scottish football. Tips are provided via a none premium phone line and are released at lunchtime daily.
How does the product work?
The product is essentially form based with Premier claiming that their dedicated team are constantly reviewing and updating form to offer the best tips. Premier are very open about the fact that their system does not guarantee wins but do believe that they can offer an annual profit using their tips.
What is the initial investment?
There is no price stated as Premier’s membership service is invitation only.
What is the rate of return?
There is no rate of return stated although as mentioned above Premier do state that “we are confident that we can deliver annual profits”.
Perhaps the most telling aspect of Premier’s set up comes when you start to look through their news page where they summarise how a day has gone. The week prior to my writing this was full of losing bets and even the week before that showed a distinctly average strike rate. That having been said it is this transparency that makes Premier a surprisingly obvious choice. This is a service that claims to have over a decade of service but more importantly is honest and upfront about their profits and losses. There are many online betting services that hide behind smokescreens, offering ludicrous strike rates or hundreds of pounds per day for only five minutes of your time. I know the drill, you know the drill.
When you actually start engaging these systems the (often inflated for advertisement purposes) results are nowhere near these magic numbers. There doesn’t appear to be any such danger of disappointment with Premier stating themselves “We do not get involved in “hazardous gambling” and we treat each bet as an INVESTMENT.” There are admittedly some people who will see this as a turn off, after all Premier are advertising their losses and there are some who want to believe that the next system they get involved with is infallible, but I think many will see past this and will be willing to manage their expectations accordingly.
The only big question hanging over this one is the invitation only scheme and how hard it will actually be to get involved with Premier and start getting their tips, but once that is out of the way, this has the feel of a product that is very customer driven and this is by no means a bad thing.