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Sports Bet Edge Review

Sports Bet Edge is a betting system developed by Boyd Merkins that claims generate income of up to $1000 per day.

What does the product offer?

The system claims to provide a strike rate in excess of 80% with no anxiety or stress over your sports bets again. It also offers to teach you the “ins and outs” of sports betting although there is never any mention of what this may be. There is also a “bonus” in the form of a “simple, little known secret” that allegedly increases your chance of winning to 90%.

How does the product work?

Sports Bet Edge is not a tipping service instead claiming to teach you a system that allows you to make your own predictions. There is very little information available outside of this which is a little disconcerting. The fact that is not a tipping service also seems like an attempt to dodge any responsibility. As it is teaching a system onus can be placed on the user should they not profit.

What is the initial investment?

The product retails for $19.95 with a 30 day guarantee although it is inferred that this cost may go up. On top of this would be the costs involved in creating a betting bank.

What is the rate of return?

As mentioned prior to this the claimed rate of return is up to $1000 per day. There is no mention of what stakes are involved to obtain this amount but I believe this is something that should be taken with a healthy pinch of salt.

Conclusion

Sports Bet Edge seems to be yet another in a line of “miracle” sports betting systems. Mr. Merkins’ claims of profit are never substantiated outside of 3 heavily blurred screenshots showing his alleged betting account. There is no real evidence that the system works and a lack of information only helps cement this lack of confidence as being founded. If I were looking to invest in a betting system there are ones out there that are much more open and honest. Whilst they may not produce the same rates as Mr. Boyd claims to make they can show evidence and are well established in the community.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts