The Marmaliser Method Review

The Marmaliser Method is a new horse racing tipster service operated by Rob Phillips that he claims is able to produce high profits, even with small initial bets.

What does the product offer?

The Marmaliser Method is a pretty straight forward tipster service however if you buy into the copy that Rob Phillips puts out, you could be forgiven for thinking that it is something genuinely revolutionary. He starts by talking about how The Marmaliser Method has nothing to do with software, laying horses, high stakes or arbitrage. What Rob Phillips actually says is key to his system is “misinformation from bookies, allegedly as he has learned how to spot this alleged misinformation.

Moving past the frankly terrible copy that is supposed to make us believe that The Marmaliser Method is a legitimate product, there is some information available. The service offers daily selections to subscribers with around 3 or 4 of these selections per day which are sent out in the morning..

There is a staking plan in place however I’m not entirely convinced that this will work quite as well as advertised. The Marmaliser Method also comes with no details of any strike rate and not surprisingly, no real proofing.

How does the product work?

As touched upon, at the centre of The Marmaliser Method is allegedly misinformation that is put out by bookies which is apparently combined with looking at form, odds, statistics and analysis. In fact, what Rob Phillips actually says is The Marmaliser Method uses “lots of other information that the bookies and the people who work for them throw a you on a daily basis”.

Naturally this doesn’t tell us anything and I can’t help but feel that this is a deliberate attempt to obfuscate details that aren’t actually there (as I will explore below).

What is the initial investment?

The Marmaliser Method is offered on monthly or on an annual subscription which are priced at £9.95 and £77 respectively. Whilst it isn’t something that is actually mentioned, there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place with your purchase as The Marmaliser Method is sold through Clickbank.

What is the rate of return?

Rob Phillips claims in his headline that he made £4,928.25 points of profit “just last month”. Despite this rather sounding figure, he also claims that over 9 months, The Marmaliser Method has produced a profit of £11,080.52 which would mean that almost half the profits were made in just one month.

This also represents a 22 times increase on the initial betting bank of £500.

Conclusion

Everything about The Marmaliser Method sounds too good to be true and there is likely a very good reason for this. Digging into the site itself and whom it is registered with etc. reveals that it is a release from a company called Circle Media.

They are notoriously well known for releasing “hugely profitable” tipster services that rarely perform as claimed. These often have fanciful copy and very little in the way of tangible information and The Marmaliser Method ticks all of these boxes. With that in mind, I would be inclined to give it a pretty wide berth personally.

 

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From: Simon Roberts