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Secret Service Info Review

Secret Service Info is a tipster by Mike Williams providing horse racing and football tips. It claims to offer a high strike rate and profitable long term betting.

What does the product offer?

Secret Service Info says that it is able to offer users a professional tipster service that Mike Williams says has been operational for quite a significant period of time. Secret Service Info provides tips when they meet the selection criteria and these are sent out via email as well as there being a none premium phone line and a members area online. Selections come for both horse racing and football with the football service having the higher strike rate and horse racing generally, more favourable odds.

How does the product work?

This would appear to be a combination of statistical analysis and using contacts that Mike Williams has within the respective sports. This is based on a comment he makes where he refers to “our contacts” as well as references dotted about to analysis and form/statistics.

What is the initial investment?

Secret Service Info offers subscriptions on a quarterly, half yearly and annual basis. These are available for £257, £435 and £760 respectively. There is something of a refund policy in place but it is rather verbose and doesn’t really seem to explain much.

What is the rate of return?

This is something that is rather conspicuous in its absence. There is only one example of £12,972 being made in 2011 (there is more about this below) which was to £100 stakes on both football and horse racing.


The first thing that you’ll probably notice about Secret Service Info is that the website seems to have a lot of dates on there that have long since passed, most obviously around 2012. Despite this I can find no evidence that Secret Service Info isn’t running so it seems likely that Mike Williams has enough regulars to fulfil his needs. In terms of rating Secret Service Info, the lack of any proofing and the out of date records is a huge concern to me, especially given the high costs involved. Personally I’d look at more up to date tipsters that have proven records rather than taking a huge gamble on Secret Service Info.



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From: Simon Roberts