The Midas Method 3.0 is a piece of software from Steve G that is an automated version of the previous iteration of The Midas Method.
What does the product offer?
The Midas Method 3.0 is a combination service that offers two core services. The first and most prevalent is the software. Created by Steve G to streamline the selection process for The Midas Method system’s previous versions, The Midas Method 3.0 software allows you to select winners based on a pre-set criteria (although there are customisable filters as well). Secondly, The Midas Method 3.0 provides users with selections for horse racing on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. These selections are sent out via email before noon on the day. The Midas Method 3.0 is claimed to have a strike rate of 59% on win bets and 87% for place with odds going as high as 60/1 according to Steve G.
How does the product work?
This is something that isn’t discussed at all which is something that bothers me. Whilst I accept that no service should have to give their secrets away for free, I feel that there should be enough to make an informed decision. Unfortunately The Midas Method 3.0 doesn’t offer this.
What is the initial investment?
Access to The Midas Method 3.0 is subscription based and comes in two different packages. The first of these is monthly and will cost you £14.95 per month. The second option offered by Steve G is a yearly subscription which costs just £79. Both options come with a full 60 day money back guarantee courtesy of ClickBank. Interestingly if you are an existing owner of The Midas Method 2.0 you will apparently receive a free upgrade to 3.0.
What is the rate of return?
According to the promotional material for The Midas Method 3.0, Steve G has made £5,128.23 in a single month of betting. The tips side of The Midas Method 3.0 has allegedly earned an additional 228 points of profit although this is over an unspecified amount of time leaving me somewhat sceptical.
I would have liked to have known more about the system that The Midas Method 3.0 uses. The results show some potential despite the disappointing fact that this is a single month meaning it could be a one off. With a 60 day money back guarantee I think that I’d be inclined to test this for a month and look at making an informed decision from there.