Risk Free Money Formula Review

Risk Free Money Formula is a downloadable ebook (with additional software) from Rene Trost that shows you how to make money through matched betting.

What does the product offer?

Risk Free Money Formula comes as a book complete with access to an additional piece of software. First I shall look at the Risk Free Money Formula ebook which details how Rene Trost uses a number of different methods of matched betting to profit. Risk Free Money Formula is essentially broken down into 3 different sections with the first part aimed at those who are new to matched betting, an advanced section and finally information on using Asian markets for this kind of betting. The software allows you to hide your IP from online bookmakers.

How does the product work?

For those who don’t know what matched betting is, it essentially involves making one bet through a bookmakers free bet offer whilst laying this same bet elsewhere. There isn’t anything new to this method however Rene Trost does go into great detail about how Risk Free Money Formula can help you achieve this.

What is the initial investment?

At the time of writing Risk Free Money Formula is available for £77.75 which offers everything for download. This is however a discounted rate and the usual price will be £97.19. Unfortunately there isn’t any money back guarantee in place for Risk Free Money Formula.

What is the rate of return?

This really depends on how much you are willing to invest. Rene Trost says that he personally makes around £40,000 per year through the techniques that Risk Free Money Formula teaches however he also acknowledges that these aren’t typical results.

Conclusion

Risk Free Money Formula is lengthy and long worded but it covers a lot of important information in detail and is very well suited to anybody who has no or limited experience with matched betting. The only concern that I have about Risk Free Money Formula really is the price. Whilst there is plenty of good information on hand, I am not entirely convinced that it is worth almost £100 as this kind of stuff can be freely found online.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts