Pundit Winners Review

Pundit Winners is a new horse racing tipster service which is operated by a tipster referred to as “’Barry’ the horse Guru”. He claims to be something of an insider in the industry and as such, his tips are massively profitable.

Introduction to Pundit Winners

I’ve not really known where to start when writing this because there’s just so much to pick apart with Pundit Winners. Do you start the claims of income? The person who is supposedly behind the service?

The long and short of what Barry claims he is able to offer is a massively profitable horse racing tipster service with very little risk to your betting bank. Now I can guarantee that there isn’t one person reading this who on principle, wouldn’t like to see this. Now, as is well documented on this very site, there are a large number of tipster services that make these exact claims and don’t deliver. So, is Pundit Winners the real deal or is one to avoid?

What Does Pundit Winners Offer?

One of the first things to address is, what do you actually get when you sign up for Pundit Winners?

pundit-winners-reviewThe answer is a pretty simple daily tipster service. Logistically, Barry does nothing that you haven’t seen before now. As you would probably expect, this means that selections are issued directly via email to subscribers. You are then told to simply “place those bets with a bookmaker of your choice and the laugh as you rob them blind”. Pundit Winners selections will typically land on the morning of racing.

As I have said, there is nothing particularly noteworthy about the way that Pundit Winners works. This also applies to the bets themselves. From what I have seen, Barry has exclusively advised win bets so far. Odds wise, there is something of a range there but mostly, I feel like the best description could be average.

The majority of what you will be looking at are lower to middling odds. One thing that does appear to be quite reasonable is the volume of bets which are involved with Pundit Winners. Typically you are looking at just a small handful of bets which is more than manageable.

Given that Barry makes a significant number of claims about how much money Pundit Winners supposedly makes, you would expect there to be a pretty decent staking plan in place.

Unfortunately, there doesn’t appear to be anything like this. This is massively disappointing for a huge number of reasons for the consumer (although it does, coincidentally, work better for the vendor). If I were going to follow Pundit Winners, then I would be inclined to stick to level stakes and even there, I would want them to be lower.

Not surprisingly, there isn’t a massive amount of information in terms of the strike rate for Pundit Winners. This is somewhat disappointing as honestly, I would like to see just how much risk there is involved.

For example, we are told “I am so confident in my tried and tested predictions I have even told my friends and family to sign up  even though they know my true identity”. It is also of note that there is no proofing provided for Pundit Winners either. This means that there is no realistic way of gauging exactly how “successful” you will be with this service.  

How Does Pundit Winners Work?

One of the most prominent aspects of the sales material for Pundit Winners is the fact that Barry is supposedly a top horse racing pundit. This includes an active career outside of the service whereby he is supposed to “analyse and predict winners”. Something that he is supposedly able to do with great success given the fact he has been doing this for 20 years. Whilst this is a strong element of the service, there is also more to Pundit Winners, supposedly.

All of this is only an element of the service though, and a big part of what we are being sold is that Barry has a large number of inside contacts. We are told that all of this becomes a part of how Pundit Winners works. He says that he has met with many of the famous jockeys and owners and got to know “their dirty little secrets”. This supposedly means things like which horses may be on stimulants and which jockeys have been paid to lose.

These are some very serious allegations that are, not surprisingly, entirely unsubstantiated.

What is the Initial Investment?

In terms of what the costs are for Pundit Winners, there is only one option which is available and that is a one time cost of just £29.99. I find it to be hugely interesting that this is claimed to be a reduction on the actual value of the service which is claimed by Barry to be £799.

Frankly, I consider this to be entirely nonsensical and a number that is clearly made up in order to present the idea that you are getting a phenomenal deal. It is worth noting that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place for Pundit Winners as you would expect for any product which is sold through Clickbank.

What is the Rate of Return?

The income potential of Pundit Winners is claimed to be very substantial. More specifically, we are told that the average weekly income for somebody betting along with Barry stands at £2,678.39.

This number is substantiated by an incredibly questionable (fake) screenshot of a Natwest Bank account. We are also told that by following Pundit Winners “You WILL EARN in Excess of £2000 Per Week”. Barry claims that he has personally made over £120,000 this year, a fact that is backed up by an equally questionable screenshot of a William Hill betting account.

Referring to the lack of a staking plan, this becomes particularly poignant as you will have noted, all this income is referred to as pounds and pence. This means that there is no real context for these so called results.

Conclusion on Pundit Winners

I don’t really know where to begin with Pundit Winners with a lot of reasons for this. First of all, I want to tackle Barry. We are told that he is a top pundit and that he makes his primary living doing this. We are also told that as a result of that, he has a large number of contacts in the horse racing world and that the wider service is built on this fact.

Conveniently, these claims also allow for Pundit Winners to be sold on the back of anonymity for this person. Personally, I have a lot of doubts about the validity of any of these claims as I want to discuss.  

Before I get to that though, I want to talk a little bit about the profitability of Pundit Winners, or at least, the claimed profitability. I say this because I don’t actually believe for one minute that Barry is capable of getting close to £120,000 in a single year.

Not without the aid of ridiculously high stakes. This number isn’t exactly substantiated either. It is hard to ignore that there is very little in the way of tangible or substantive evidence and that is also a big problem for me when it come to Pundit Winners.

The last thing that I want to talk about isn’t something that most people reading this will have picked up on, but I feel it is incredibly important to actively discuss the matter. The vendor who is actually marketing Pundit Winners is one that is particularly well known to me and not for great reasons.

In fact, they have a long history of launching products cut from a very similar thread to Pundit Winners. Not surprisingly to me, none of these are stull operational and I can’t help but feel that is a pretty good indicator of what will happen with Pundit Winners once the first 60 days have passed.

 With all of this in mind, I don’t think it will surprise anybody that I simply can’t recommend Pundit Winners. There is plenty of reason not to believe the rather outlandish claims that are made by Barry.

I would love to see something like Pundit Winners working in real life, however. I do feel quite strongly that there is little chance of this being the case here.

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From: Simon Roberts