The Ultimate Loophole Review – Streetwise Publications

The Ultimate Loophole is a horse racing betting system which is currently being marketed by Streetwise Publications. It has been authored by one Nick Bailey, who claims that you are guaranteed to win if you follow his advice.

Introduction to The Ultimate Loophole

There are a lot of different ways that one could be considered a pioneer. It is one of those interesting words that has a clear definition, but is applicable in so many ways. In the US, for example, Pioneers were people leading the way from the east coast to the west. Equally, somebody like Marie Curie could be considered a pioneer for her discoveries.

Now, I am sure you are asking yourself. What does all of this have to do with a product from Streetwise Publications? Well, I wish I could tell you. If I’m honest. But Nick Bailey and the marketing team at Streetwise Publications are referring to those who sign up to The Ultimate Loophole as reserving a “Pioneer Place”. What’s actually pioneering about signing up for yet another betting system? I’m not sure.

What I will say is that there are some very bold claims made in the sales material. There are certain terms thrown about that should not be taken lightly really. Nor are they necessarily in line with what Streetwise Publications actually have to say about the product. None the less, let’s jump into The Ultimate Loophole and see whether or not there is actual potential here.  

What Does The Ultimate Loophole Offer?

I want to open by talking a little bit about something that I have long stood by. Tipster services have their place, but they come with a lot of limitations. If you are able to get your hands on a good betting system or strategy though, you can really set yourself up for future betting success.

In fact, I think that the single best allegory for this is the old adage which says “give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime”. Because if you follow a good betting guide, you will be potentially feeding yourself for life (metaphorically, or possibly literally, as the case may be).

With that said, there just aren’t that many decent betting systems on the market. And those that are come with somewhat mixed results. I know of some genuinely good and long standing systems that still hold up well, and I have seen very expensive betting systems that have little in the way of structure or content.

And whist it is a little bit long winded, this brings me to The Ultimate Loophole, which sits right in the middle of that mixed bag. Because, as is so often the case when it comes to anything involving Streetwise Publications, you have to spend a lot of time putting things into context. I know I’ve gone off a bit tangentially here, but it is quite important to establish my position.

Because honestly, when it really boils down to what is involved in The Ultimate Loophole, from what I have seen… It is a varied affair. There are some very clear elements that are interested and undoubtedly deserve some attention. But by the same token, I can’t help but feel like there are a number of problems with what Nick Bailey is actually offering.  

First things first. As a book, I don’t really think that The Ultimate Loophole has had a bad job done on it. Everything is legible and makes sense (with a bit of work, but I’ll come back to that), all of which are things you can’t say about every betting system on the market. However, I do also feel like there is more than a little bit of padding going on.

The truth of the mater is that whilst what Nick Bailey has ultimately delivered a theoretically workable betting system in The Ultimate Loophole, I can’t help but feel like there is a lot included that just doesn’t need to be there. Now, I am sure that Streetwise Publications would say that this is because the manual is aimed at everybody.

Heck, in the copy for The Ultimate Loophole, Nick Bailey even says himself that it has been written “assuming no prior knowledge of betting, bookmakers or odds”. And I suppose if you know that little about betting (and are willing to shell out what is being asked here), then it is helpful. Personally though, I feel like this has a lot to do with simply seeming like there is value in the content.

Putting that aside for a minute, I don’t think that The Ultimate Loophole is badly written. It is typical Streetwise Publications fare in so much as it delivers what it needs to deliver. It is all pretty well laid out and to be completely fair to Nick Bailey, does touch on all the bases that you would expect from a product that is going to teach you a new betting strategy.

In terms of what you can actually expect from The Ultimate Loophole, Nick Bailey says that the service “might have a dozen bets which fit the strict strategy criteria” per week. We are also told that you can use the strategy effectively, as and when you want. Personally, I see these claims as being a bit contradictory, but I will offer the benefit of doubt here.

How Does The Ultimate Loophole Work?

One of the things that will enduringly banging my head against a wall when it comes to products from Streetwise Publications is the ludicrous way that they go about obfuscating information. And not surprisingly, this also includes The Ultimate Loophole.

Put bluntly, there is plenty that Nick Bailey has to say about his training manual, but very little of it realistically tells you what you can expect to get into. What you are told is that The Ultimate Loophole exploits a “loophole” that the bookies have to leave open “because they’re hamstrung and hand-tied by their own terms and conditions”.

That certainly makes Nick Bailey sound like a bit of a modern folk hero, right? Taking from the bookies using their own rules against them. And on top of this, we are told that in order to identify bets, you simply have to apply a straight forward mathematical formula. Which sounds even better.

The reality however is that it isn’t technically this simple (as is so often the case when it comes to Streetwise Publications). Don’t get me wrong, The Ultimate Loophole isn’t as complicated as some betting systems I Have looked at, however there are potential complications here. This is more than reflected in the number of bets that you can realistically expect to find.

What is the Initial Investment?

Now we come to what is by far and away, the biggest problem that I have with The Ultimate Loophole. In order to receive access to his training manual, Nick Bailey is asking the eye wateringly steep price of £297. A figure that we are told represents value as supposedly, similar products are priced at between £500 and £3,000 (something I strenuously object to).

Fortunately, The Ultimate Loophole does come with a full 60 day money back guarantee. This is backed up by Streetwise Publications themselves, and one area that I will credit them with is that they aren’t usually too bad when it comes to processing refunds (depending on who you ask that is).

What is the Rate of Return?

As is almost always the case, what really matters when it comes to The Ultimate Loophole is how much you can expect to make. And I will start by quite openly quoting Nick Bailey and Streetwise Publications. We are told that there is “£600+ per week profit on the cards”, whilst the headline claims that you can win “At Least £3,500… In The Next 35 Days”.

These numbers are particularly high however, and I am not really convinced that these are in any way a genuine reflection of what most users will experience. With that said, I can see how there is potential to make money through The Ultimate Loophole.  

Conclusion for The Ultimate Loophole

As is so often the case when it comes to anything from Streetwise Publications, the big question that you have to ask yourself is what is realistic and genuine about The Ultimate Loophole, and what isn’t. And separating that fact from fiction is an important (albeit far from the only) factor for consideration.

In the case of The Ultimate Loophole, I fundamentally believe what Nick Bailey says. From what I have seen, I can believe that the strategy has the potential to obtain guaranteed profits. Truth be told, as much as it sounds like the realm of fantasy, there are a lot of betting services out there that have achieved similar results.

What these other betting services actively acknowledge that The Ultimate Loophole doesn’t however are a few things. Firstly, opportunities to get that guaranteed “locked in” type profit are few and far between. Nick Bailey says that you might see a dozen opportunities per week, and that is a low number, but I also think that it is probably a tad optimistic as well.

Another thing that is rather skipped over here is the work that actually goes into The Ultimate Loophole. Now, there are other betting strategies out there that take more work than this. But Nick Bailey and Streetwise Publications pointedly go out of their way to market it as being incredibly simple, comparing it to a simple mathematical formula and just checking a few websites.

As is the case with so much of what I will end up saying here, in theory, that is correct. However, there definitely seems to be some disparity with reality to this. It is something of an oversimplification of things and that is something that I always find off putting.

Now, all of these things are problematic, but they are also what I have come to expect whenever I deal with Streetwise Publications. If you want to address what is arguably the biggest problem with The Ultimate Loophole, we have to talk about that cost.

Nick Bailey is asking £297 for access to his system. That is a hell of a lot of money. I don’t care how much he and Streetwise Publications want to claim that this is worth in excess of £1,000, the fact of the matter is that in the wider betting market, this just isn’t a competitive price.

Not when you have tried and true betting systems that actually do work as advertised at a third of the price, or even less than that. And so, the conclusion that I feel I am forced to draw with The Ultimate Loophole is one that I have seen so much when it comes to Streetwise Publications.

Do I think that Nick Bailey’s system will work? Fundamentally, yes. But when you factor in things like the massive outlay, the restrictions that come with the service, and the fact that the claimed results don’t appear to be an accurate representation of the service. Well, that just isn’t quite good enough, and that applies doubly so when you hold The Ultimate Loophole up to the competition.

With this in mind, I wouldn’t really look to recommend The Ultimate Loophole. It isn’t necessarily that this is a product that is inherently bad. But I don’t believe that you are really getting the product as it is described in the sales material, and that is a bit of a problem when you are paying £300.  

 

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