Profit on the AW is a new horse racing tipster service from Stuart Noble that specialises in providing his subscribers with bets for all weather racing only.
What does the product offer?
Profit on the AW is a specialist tipster service that according to Stuart Noble aims to provide its subscribers with the most consistent profit that all weather racing can muster. This is quite the claim and begs the question of whether or not Profit on the AW can deliver. One of the things that is nice about Profit on the AW is that z does get straight into what you would want to know as a potential punter.
Profit on the AW is a straight forward affair in many ways with all bets advised, usually before 8am.
In terms of the betting side of things, all bets for Profit on the AW are win bets for all weather races only.
The staking plan for Profit on the AW is a straight forward one of 1 point per bet with Stuart Noble recommending that you place your bets to BSP however looking at best odds guaranteed may well increase your profits without any real extra work.
The strike rate for Profit on the AW is claimed to be an extremely high 41.72% on average however I would note that Stuart Noble doesn’t provide any proofing that backs this up.
How does the product work?
Unfortunately, Stuart Noble doesn’t really talk about what the selection process for Profit on the AW entails. This is particular worrying for me because as mentioned, there isn’t even any proofing to look at. Further compounding this concern is the fact that the website was seemingly only uploaded just 2 days ago with no details of a registrant.
What is the initial investment?
Profit on the AW is being sold for a one time cost of £20 including VAT which allows you access to the selections for two months on a “trial” basis.
Once this has elapsed the costs will presumably go up to a monthly rate but there isn’t anything about this. Fortunately, because Stuart Noble is selling Profit on the AW through Clickbank this does mean that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place if you aren’t happy with the end
What is the rate of return?
The sales material for Profit on the AW is pretty straight forward with Stuart Noble claiming that he makes 0.38 points of profit per point staked. This made for an overall points profit of 162.7 points over the 12 month period running from January to January.
There are a number of things about Profit on the AW that I personally find to be rather off putting and these range from a lack of explanation as to how selections work (or even why they are demoted to just covering all weather racing) to the conspicuous lack of proofing.
There is also the fact that the site has just launched and is “generously” offering a trial that runs beyond the 60 day money back period with Clickbank (a scrupulous tactic that I Have seen used to ensure there are no refunds whilst all the cash is pocketed).
For me there are simply too many questions for the profit which is frankly rather shabby.