The 567 Method is a new horse racing tipster service from Ben Dawson that the creator claims is able to follow a basic formula (for which it is named) that guarantees profit each week.
What does the product offer?
The 567 Method is actually so called because according to Ben Dawson, his service always follows the same rules. 5 bets per day, 6 days per week (with Sundays of) to make £700 or more of profit per week. This sounds pretty straight forward however as I will explore, there is a lot behind the scenes with The 567 Method that make me doubt this.
In many respects, The 567 Method is a very straight forward affair with no real deviation into unknown territory. Bets are sent out “when ready” with the vast majority being straight win bets, supposedly with odds up to 12/1.
In terms of the numbers, Ben Dawson says that he personally bets to £100 stakes and that you should follow this same level staking plan for The 567 Method. Interestingly, he refers to The 567 Method having a strike rate of 62% which sounds impressive until you realise that he is talking about the number of times that he has made his £700 per week goal rather than percentage of bets won.
How does the product work?
Not surprisingly, Ben Dawson does nothing to explain what his selection process for The 567 Method entails. There is a vague allusion to having contacts at a race course but this is it really.
Instead, it would appear that we are to simply accept that selections for The 567 Method will be good on the grounds that Ben Dawson supposedly has experience as a professional bettor.
What is the initial investment?
At the time of writing, The 567 Method is being offered at a cost of £29.95 which is supposedly for an 8 week trial. The costs once this time has elapsed supposedly goes up to £30 per week, £90 per month or £699 per year.
Because The 567 Method is sold through Clickbank, this does mean that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place should you find that you aren’t happy with the product.
What is the rate of return?
As I have already mentioned before now, the core premise of The 567 Method is that you can expect to make £700 per week. It is worth pointing out however that this is based on using £100 stakes.
The marketing for The 567 Method is rudimentary at best and I wasn’t really surprised to discover that there was very little evidence to back up the claims that are made. The few bits of evidence that are presented are very questionable screenshots, none of which instils confidence in Ben Dawson.
Once I started to look more into The 567 Method, I discovered that the service is associated with Awesome Betting, a company that I have written about before now. They are something of a factor for questionable tipster services, seemingly pumping out something new every few months. I am yet to see anything of theirs perform even close to the claimed results.
With that in mind, I would give The 567 Method a pretty wide berth.