Remote Dutch Betting Review – Exponential Bet

Remote Dutch Betting is a relatively new product which comes from the Exponential Bet team. The service claims to be able to offer an entirely passive income stream.

Introduction to Remote Dutch Betting

I have looked at a dutching betting system from Exponential Bet before now, and as I recall, I described them as having some decent potential. I still ultimately stand by this, as you would probably expect. But recently, there have been some movements from there that offer something that genuinely has the chance to be something new.

Now, I want to talk a little bit about passive income. This is what I think that most people who set out to make money through betting are ultimately looking for. No effort, and decent returns. And this can be achieved if you’re particularly good at trading on betting exchanges, have a programmable system, and are able to use a betting bot to trade for you.

Exponential Bet claim that todays subject, Remote Dutch Betting, is capable of doing all of this for you. Imagine a betting service whereby you don’t even have to actually place bets, programme anything. Just sitting back and making money. That’s the dream for anybody. But, this is only really a dream if it works.  

What Does Remote Dutch Betting Offer?

So, what do you actually get with Remote Dutch Betting? The short answer to this, if I’m completely honest, is actually quite a lot. Exponential Bet have put together a pretty substantial package here. Now, the focus of this review will be on the remote aspect of things, but I also want to talk a little more about what else you can actually get as a part of your complete package.

The Remote Dutch Betting product itself is a very interesting proposition indeed. Effectively, this allows the Exponential Bet team to trade for you based off their own trading plans. As mentioned, this is an entirely passive experience which means that you don’t have to do anything at all in order to follow along.

I will profess to feeling a little perturbed about all of this at a first glance. The idea of giving somebody else the ability to place bets through your account is rather unsettling. There is something that I personally find to have a bit of an Orwellian feel to it all.

With that having been said, is it really any different than following a tipster service? All that you are really doing is cutting out a middle man who happens to be yourself. You get the same amount of profit as if you were placing the bets by hand, it just requires none of the effort. Once you get into that mindset, Remote Dutch Betting instantly starts to look more attractive.

Furthermore, as Exponential Bet themselves are keen to point out, you aren’t actually giving them access to your Betfair account as such. Instead, the Cloud Bet Bot uses Betfair’s API in order to place the bets for you. This is entirely above board and is something that any trading software that you would use if you were betting yourself utilises.

With all of this out of the way, I think it is reasonable to say that there is little doubt that Remote Dutch Betting is above board. I don’t believe for a single minute that the Exponential Bet team would be trying to do anything untoward and I would be very surprised if they were to try and risk their entire brand, even if they could do something. Which they can’t.

Now, as well as the remote element of Remote Dutch Betting, there are a few other things that come with Remote Dutch Betting on the slightly pricier packages. I am including these mostly because what Exponential Bet are asking for the core service isn’t particularly expensive, and if you were inclined to subscribe for longer lengths, some of these elements are included by defaults.

The option that you are most likely to encounter is Exponential Bet’s tipster service. Now, this is quite interesting in and of itself and I covered it briefly whilst looking at Exponential Bet’s actual Dutching Betting System. Effectively, this service involves you placing BSP multiples which does mean that this element of the Remote Dutch Betting package is not passive.

What I will say is that it is a low risk approach to betting. A fact that is reflected in the prices that you are able to get. By and large, you should expect to see less than evens here, however you can also expect to win pretty frequently. A look at Exponential Bet’s results show that you can expect strike rates that are particularly high.

Finally, if you sign up to Remote Dutch Betting on a full annual basis, you also get access to their betting system. I won’t go into detail about this as I have reviewed it elsewhere. As you would probably expect from other elements of Remote Dutch Betting, it is based around Dutching.  

How Does Remote Dutch Betting Work?

As the name suggests, Remote Dutch Betting is based around Dutching. For those of you who might not be familiar with this approach to betting, it involves backing multiple horses in a race with a view to increasing your chances of winning, and resultantly, minimise the risk of losing.

This is something that I have seen executed well a number of times and honestly, I am always quite impressed with what I see. At least, when it is backed up by people who know what they are doing. Fortunately, Exponential Bet fall pretty nicely into this category.

Now, I will hold my hands up and say that I don’t know exactly what approach they are taking with Remote Dutch Betting. Obviously, the guys over at Exponential Bet have their own strategy which they have actively marketed before now, however, I wouldn’t like to speculate as to whether or not that is what they are using here.

Honestly though, even if they were, as I said in my original review of that, I am not in any position to expose what a system is as long as they are actively selling it. Which Exponential Bet are. I just don’t think that it is fair. What I will say is that I have faith that there should be a reasonable approach underpinning Remote Dutch Betting.

What is the Initial Investment?

I mentioned that there are a few different options if you want to subscribe to Remote Dutch Betting, and there are definitely a lot. First things first, there is the actual product at the centre of this review which is priced at £19.99 per month. Honestly, that isn’t a lot of money for a tipster service, let alone something whereby somebody is trading for you.

For an extra £10 per month, you can also get access to the tipster element of the service. It is worth noting that all of the packages above this also come with access to both. These are a quarterly package which is priced at £62.98, a 6 monthly option which is priced at £116.96, and finally, there is the annual option (which includes Exponential Bet’s betting system) at £215.93.

Payment for all options is handled directly via Paypal and it is worth keeping in mind that there is no money back guarantee with any of these services.

What is the Rate of Return?

In terms of the results, I am going to focus solely on Remote Dutch Betting rather than also looking at the results for those other elements. This is mostly down to the fact that ultimately, this is what you are paying for. Furthermore, those other elements that Exponential Bet offer with the service, can ultimately serve to boost your profits, but I don’t see them as being core to the profits.

So, how much has Remote Dutch Betting made exactly? The proofing that Exponential Bet provide are based on a certain number of caveats. First of all, there is the staking plan that they use for their results. This is based on using 2% of your betting bank on each stake. This has produced a 12.9% increase in your betting bank. That result is rather disappointingly low, if I’m blunt.

Conclusion for Remote Dutch Betting

If I’m entirely honest, I am in love with the idea of Remote Dutch Betting. A passive income is the dream of many, and the less that you have to do, the better. Factor in that given the nature of what Exponential Bet are offering in so much as, they are effectively trading for you, and things look good. Especially if you aren’t in a position to dedicate the time and effort that goes into it.

Now, if you are astute, you will note that I have said that I am in love with the idea of Remote Dutch Betting. The actual product I am, if I’m honest, less in love with. This isn’t because I believe that it is inherently bad. There are a number of things that warrant positive attention.

First things first, let’s not ignore the fact that Exponential Bet have achieved what they have set out to do. They have ultimately produced a profit. That in and of itself should be considered an achievement. With that having been said, there is no denying that those profits aren’t necessarily great.

A 13% increase on your betting bank isn’t necessarily something to be sniffed at. But when you factor in that you also have the subscription costs as well, those numbers do need a little bit more consideration.

From what I have seen, this profit has been achieved over 124 bets. Now, from the more detailed proofing that Exponential Bet provide, they aren’t betting every day (they have 4 trades placed by half way through August on their detailed results). So, presuming that this number goes all the way back to the start of 2019, that isn’t great.

Now, I will say that I am familiar with Exponential Bet and I know that they have been involved in trading for a long time. Honestly, I don’t doubt their ability to produce their profits in the long term. I also have a feeling that the profitability will be improved as time goes on. These are some things worth considering.

Another positive is the costs that are involved. Compared to the income potential, I will admit that there might not be a lot of profitability at this point in time. But at £20 per month, Exponential Bet aren’t really asking a lot. Factor in what you get as a bonus on some of those longer subscriptions and the pricing for Remote Dutch Betting could well prove a real bargain.  

But if I’m completely honest, right here and now I don’t quite feel like the execution is quite there yet. What I can see here is bags of potential, and that isn’t a bad thing for a service that is so unlike anything that is currently on the market.

For my money, I would say that Remote Dutch Betting doesn’t warrant a purchase right now, but this is something that is definitely worth keeping your eye on. I know that Exponential Bet are a pretty reasonable team and I have little doubt that they will make this a very respectable service, and at that point, it will be much more worth your time and consideration.  

 

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