The Italia Job Review

The Italia Job is a tipster service created by Nemo Ferrante that covers Italian Serie A and B football.

What does the product offer?

The Italia Job provides users with tips based on a win or draw result. Creator Nemo Ferrante says that The Italia Job will provide you with a profit every single match day. There are also a number of additional bonuses that tie in with the core product. These are a staking plan that will allegedly increase your ROI over 127%. There is a Betfair exploit system that Nemo Ferrante says can produce additional profit and finally a system that allows users to bet on any leagues.

How does the product work?

Nemo Ferrante says that he has been involved Italian football betting for a number of years before the match fixing scandals broke across Italy. Where most bettors quit at this point he says that he persevered and changed his focus from inside information to statistical analysis. The result is The Italia Job. Nemo Ferrante says that he has continued to refine his methods into The Italia Job as it is sold now.

What is the initial investment?

The Italia Job is for sale for £32 which appears to be a one off payment. There is also a full 60 day money back guarantee available as The Italia Job is sold through ClickBank.

What is the rate of return?

The claimed profit for The Italia Job is 33 points per month although in the promotional video Nemo Ferrante claims that he makes £9,247 per month on average. This would mean stakes of around £280.

Conclusion

There is something that doesn’t quite sit right about The Italia Job if I am completely honest. Whether it is the questionable Italian accent during the promotional video or the seemingly ludicrous claims of income I’m not sure. I just feel like if I were looking for a betting system I’d go somewhere that inspired a little more trust than this. On paper The Italia Job works fine and if this is all you are looking for then by all means give it a go, but personally I just don’t find myself trusting any aspect of it.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts