The Bookie Assassin is an email based horse racing tipster service operated by James Morris that he claims is able to produce consistent profit.
What does the product offer?
The Bookie Assassin is a pretty standard horse racing tipster service. James Morris claims to have been tweaking the system over the last few years into its current form. The Bookie Assassin is now hitting around 90 selections per month with a strike rate of 33.21% with alleged average odds of 4.31 (BSP).
How does the product work?
The Bookie Assassin seems to be a form based system as well as drawing on the knowledge of creator James Morris. He says that he has been betting successfully for 14 years so there is likely to be some application of this alleged experience but the fact is that there isn’t a lot of information about how The Bookie Assassin actually works at all.
What is the initial investment?
Arguably the strongest selling point of The Bookie Assassin is the price. It can be purchased for a one off payment of just £12 which covers 12 months of tips. On top of this The Bookie Assassin is sold through ClickBank so there is also a full 60 day money back guarantee should you be unhappy with the product.
What is the rate of return?
Between June and December of 2013 The Bookie Assassin made 76.49 profits. Since December James Morris claims to have tweaked his system and between January and May, The Bookie Assassin has now made 202.67 points of profit, a substantially more impressive figure.
The Bookie Assassin isn’t a premium product but James Morris seems to be aware of that and so the price reflects it. That doesn’t stop it being a good product though and given the low cost and potentially massive payouts (if you believe the claims), this should be a no brainer. Even in spite of doubts that you may have it is worth remembering that The Bookie Assassin is backed up by ClickBanks money back guarantee to further reduce risk.
At that point I would be inclined to paper trade and take it from there.