Quick-fire Betting Profits is a product from Andrew David which is currently being marketed by Agora Lifestyles. He claims that by signing up for his assistance, you can become an independent income through betting.
Introduction to Quick-fire Betting Profits
There are a lot of different ways that you can expect to make money through betting, each with their own merits and negatives. The vast majority of what I look at are tipster services or betting systems in the shape of “if x then y”. What I mean by this is that you are told if a runner has won in their last 3 races over a shorter distance whilst the sun sets in Aquarius, then you should back it.
These are inherently flawed because systems of this nature cannot evolve. Tipster services come with their own challenges as well.
This finally brings me to Quick-fire Betting Profits and training. There aren’t a huge amount of training courses on the market any more, at least, not that immediately spring to mind. Andrew David claims to be one of the best, saying Quick-fire Betting Profits is “more like an investment strategy than a betting system”.
This is exactly the kind of statement that I would hope to see from his kind of service. The question however is whether or not Quick-fire Betting Profits is any good.
What Does Quick-fire Betting Profits Offer?
In many respects, there is a hell of a lot on offer with Quick-fire Betting Profits and whilst I would love to get in depth on it all, that would take one hell of an article. Furthermore, it would mean divulging a lot of what Andrew David does and that isn’t really fair.
As such, I will be skimming over and summarising a lot of points. I am sure this will not suit some people, but if nothing else, I try to be reasonable to all parties. With that in mind, what are you actually getting with Quick-fire Betting Profits ?
At its crux, this is a very comprehensive guide that over a period of time provides a large number of different betting strategies and methods. All of this is backed up by Andrew David’s support to help ensure your betting success.
Now at this point, I will admit that Quick-fire Betting Profits sounds like an attractive proposition. Andrew David has built a name for himself at this point with a number of well received betting services and products, including Little Acorns. As such, he is probably better qualified than most to provide this kind of information.
So, what are these different strategies and what can you ultimately expect from Quick-fire Betting Profits ? This is a very broad reaching question which lacks any definite or simple answer. Overall, there are 36 of the aforementioned betting strategies, each of which is supposedly aimed at making between £5 and £15 each day.
All of this is from stakes ranging from just £2 all the way up to £10. Andrew David says that from all of these, you can build “hand-pick the ones that suit you most” based on a variety of needs. These can then be used to build a portfolio with the sales material for Quick-fire Betting Profits talking about freely dropping and adding systems to ensure that you stay profitable.
The whole thing is set up so that each month, you receive two new strategies from Andrew David. You can then trial them, see how they perform and whether or not there is a place in your strategy for said thing.
This means that in order to receive all of Quick-fire Betting Profits , you will ultimately end up waiting for 18 months before you have received everything. To be fair to Andrew David, from what I have seen, all of the content from Quick-fire Betting Profits is of a reasonable standard which you would expect given the pedigree of the service and the involvement of Agora Lifestyles.
How Does Quick-fire Betting Profits Work?
The ultimate answer to how Quick-fire Betting Profits works boils down to Andrew David’s experience and trusting that the betting systems that he recommends are actually the right ones for you. This naturally involves a lot of trial and error and this is kind of where I feel that Quick-fire Betting Profits starts to fall apart, a topic which I want to pick up a little but later on.
Ultimately though, you can expect strategies based around…
Well, all kinds of ways really. There are a number of different things that are taught, some of which I feel have the potential to be much more valuable than others in the longer term. This is a very mixed bag and I think that it is fair to say that there are some strategies which are suggested which honestly, are a little bit tired and have been seen before. Others are much more interesting and deserving of your time and attention.
What is the Initial Investment?
Andrew David offers your first 30 days with Quick-fire Betting Profits for a lower than normal price of £9.95 (although at the time of writing, there is a seemingly genuinely limited time offer where it is just £1). Once this has elapsed, all subsequent months are charged at £24.95. It is important to keep in mind that the definition of a month here is a very well defined 30 days.
If during your first 30 days of trialling Quick-fire Betting Profits , then you have an option to claim a full refund on the costs of the first month. It is also worth noting that if you cancel with Quick-fire Betting Profits , then you will cease to continue access to the different methods that have been shown to you to that date. If you pay for all 18 months of Quick-fire Betting Profits , then you receive unlimited access to the profit plans at no further cost.
What is the Rate of Return?
As mentioned already, Andrew David says that the aim of Quick-fire Betting Profits is to make around £10 per day from 3 of the systems. As such, you should supposedly be aiming to make £900 extra each month. As one system ceases to be successful, Andrew David says that you can swap it out with another method that is turning a profit. In theory, this kind of thing works very well, however I am not quite as sold on the practicalities here.
Conclusion on Quick-fire Betting Profits
There are a lot things about Quick-fire Betting Profits that genuinely warrant some positive attention. First of all, there is the fact that Andrew David definitely knows his stuff. Little Acorns has been well received historically and has been operational for a long time. In the world of online betting services, that speaks volumes. What that doesn’t mean however, is that everything that is put out can be considered a success.
I have a lot of questions about Quick-fire Betting Profits and it they are frankly with good reason. Namely, I am not entirely convinced about the validity of everything long term. Andrew David talks about taking advantage of methods that have produced a profit for 3 systems which is all well and good on paper. On the other hand of that though, the implication is that you have to monitor 33 other betting systems that may or may not be losing.
This should be somewhat offset by the fact that Andrew David offers some degree of mentorship, but I am not convinced. Arguably the biggest concern that I have surrounding Quick-fire Betting Profits lies in the fact that you have to pay for all 18 months in order to keep access to the service.
This means that effectively, you will pay close to £450 for everything. This is a massive outlay in my opinion and I am just not convinced that Quick-fire Betting Profits does enough to warrant it.
All things considered, I am somewhat disappointed by Quick-fire Betting Profits . I can see what Andrew David has set out to do and the truth of the matter is if it were a more direct product (i.e. not spread over 18 months) and was a lot less, it may be worth consideration.
After all, I do believe that deep inside Quick-fire Betting Profits there is some solid theory. I couldn’t bring myself to recommend it however.