Winning Momentum is a new tipster which is being offered by Peter Morris. The service offers football tips that can supposedly prove very profitable in the long term.
Introduction to Winning Momentum
Anybody who makes money through betting will tell you that in some respects, the last thing that you want to think of it being is fun. Bear with me, I do have a point here. You see, if you are betting seriously you need to keep an incredibly disciplined approach. You cannot let emotion steer your bets because that will inevitably lead to losing money. So, when a tipster describes their service as “fun”… Well, it seems a little bit off to me.
Now, I do want to say that this isn’t a focus for Peter Morris, but I’ve been in this business for long enough to notice those little indicators that something is amiss. Which is important to do because the sales material for today’s subject, Winning Momentum, does a fantastic job of sounding incredible. I won’t lie, the scope of what is on offer here looks to be outstanding.
So much so that we are confidently told at one point that you won’t pay £100,000 for the service. As if this were some kind of genuine valuation. Now this creates a very interesting proposition because clearly, Peter Morris believes that Winning Momentum is just that special. For my money, I am much less convinced of this as I will explore.
What Does Winning Momentum Offer?
It isn’t very often that I’m in a position to say that a tipster service has a massive amount on offer. The fact of the matter is that by and large, there is only so much that you can do with one. However, Peter Morris has somehow crammed Winning Momentum full of… Well, a number of elements that are ultimately of somewhat questionable value, but I’ll come to all this later.
First things first, I think it is only reasonable to talk about the tipster service itself before I come to everything else. And in a lot of respects, this is a very typical example. As you would expect, selections are sent out to subscribers on a daily basis, directly via email (however these are sent out in the morning which may be restrictive for some people). In fact, Peter Morris says that all you need to do is follow his “instructions”.
What does this realistically mean? Well, the fact is that as impressive as it is all made to sound, you get pretty basic information sent to you. We are told that this includes “when to bet, where to bet and what the bet is”. And I suppose that you can probably make an argument that you do get all of this, however, you can easily make an argument to the contrary too.
If I’m completely honest, the logistical elements of Winning Momentum just aren’t exceptional, despite the hype that Peter Morris builds up. What they really are is functional, something that I don’t actually have a problem with. And as such, it is disappointing (and somewhat indicative) that it is made out to be a bit more than it is.
Moving on to the bets themselves, you shouldn’t expect too much. Peter Morris himself states in the sales material for Winning Momentum “I do not even understand most bet types”. Something that is reflected in terms of the markets that you will be betting on.
However, the suggestion is that this doesn’t matter with the sales material stating that this works by betting on the most profitable leagues. You see, whilst Winning Momentum is mostly active throughout the English football season, there is coverage for all leagues and competitions. Something that can get a little bit niche (whilst allowing for tips year round).
When it comes to the odds involved, there is a moderate range. The fact of the matter is that whenever it comes to football betting, there is very little in the way of value and longer odds to be had here. Fortunately, Peter Morris does show you how to get the best odds possible (you can probably figure this out), acknowledging that even small improvements in odds can add up.
One of the things that is a bit of an additional bonus with Winning Momentum that is definitely stand out is that Peter Morris does help subscribers to establish their own private staking plan to suit you. And given that we are told you can start with a betting bank as small as £10, there is seemingly a lot of flexibility here.
And before moving on to some of the other elements of Winning Momentum, I want to talk about the strike rate. Or rather, the lack thereof. The only statements that are really made in this regard come from the “testimonials” for the service. One in which “David North” of Blackpool saws that he is in awe of the steady win rate, and another which makes reference to a “high winning rate”.
Unfortunately, none of this is really quantifiable. There is no percentage or numbers we can look at. This wouldn’t even be a problem if we had access to some data for Winning Momentum, but there isn’t anything. As such, given the lack of proofing for the service and their pointedly vague nature, I am incredibly dubious about the validity of these statements.
As well as this, there is also access provided to a secret bonus product. Ultimately, this ties in with what Winning Momentum is all about. With that said, I entirely disagree with Peter Morris’s assertion that this is any way worth £125 and honestly, seems to me to be more to simply “add value” rather than provide anything that is particularly necessary.
How Does Winning Momentum Work?
The truth of the matter is that we aren’t really told what is involved in terms of the workings of Winning Momentum. There is a lot of talk about how Peter Morris was able to go from being “NO “expert punter” to making about £21,000 in his first year. All using just a few data tools and “lots of will power to succeed”. This doesn’t exactly inspire confidence in my book.
Outside of this, we are told about Peter Morris’s rules of “the “what”, the “who” and the “where”…”. These translate to what teams are being overlooked when it comes to odds, who poses problems for the opposing teams style, and where are the key players. It’s really that simple, we’re told.
Honestly, I don’t think that there is a single element of that that any half serious football bettor who isn’t already applying this information (consciously or not). So, I don’t really see that as being particularly insightful either. Nor is it particularly interesting or exciting. None of which looks particularly great, if I’m honest.
The nail in the coffin here for me stems from the fact that there isn’t even any proofing that you can look at. This creates a situation whereby you are very much taking Peter Morris’s word about… Well, pretty much anything really. Something that I don’t tend to recommend when it comes to picking out a tipster service.
What is the Initial Investment?
Rather boldly, Peter Morris says that Winning Momentum has the potential to “easily be worth anywhere between £100,000-£300,000”. An absolutely ludicrous claim, of course. So, we are told that incredibly generously, “you’re not even going to pay £50,000 or even £1,000”. Instead, “”Winning Momentum” is just £̶2̶9̶7̶,̶ ̶£̶1̶9̶7̶,̶ ̶£̶9̶7̶…JUST £37”.
This means that if you are signing up for Winning Momentum, you pay £37 plus VAT which appears to be for a lifetime of selections. Unfortunately, there isn’t really anything that specifically states that which means this is somewhat speculative on my behalf.
What is worth keeping in mind that Winning Momentum does actually come with a full 60 day money back guarantee. This is backed up by the fact that Peter Morris uses Clickbank as the payment platform. One of the few definitive positives is that this is actually advertised in the sales material.
What is the Rate of Return?
Starting with £100 and ending the year with almost £17,500 means that you have increased your betting bank by 17,400%. That is just an insane amount. And yet, saying that you made over £17,465.84 in a year sounds quite reasonable doesn’t it?
Do you know what doesn’t sound reasonable though? Making £17,574 every month. That is just beyond belief in the worst possible way. And given that there is no evidence backing this claim up, I don’t think it is unreasonable to take it with a massive pinch of salt. Especially when a testimonial for Winning Momentum says that they made just £375 over 2 months. It has to be one or the other.
Conclusion for Winning Momentum
I try to keep an open mind in this line of work. I will admit that if you don’t, you can sometimes get it wrong. I just haven’t seen the value in some betting services and completely misjudged the situation. But that doesn’t happen very often.
The fact is that if it walks like a duck. And quacks like a duck… Well, you can figure the rest out. So, when Peter Morris makes claims of a 17,400% betting bank increase, and a tipster service that is worth £100,000, and it all just seems a bit questionable… Once again, I’m sure you can figure the rest out.
The thing is that whilst Peter Morris talks a good game, there isn’t a shred of evidence that suggests that the claimed results can be achieved. Sure, you can sign up and get things like your custom staking plan. You can be told about making more money in a month than some people see in a year. It all sounds good. But without any proofing or… well, anything, I can’t help but feel these numbers may be exaggerated.
A point that is more than emphasised by that ludicrous sense of self-worth. Look, I get it, we all work hard for out money and we all want to get the most possible. But simply claiming that your tips are worth 6 figures doesn’t make it so. You can’t just make numbers up here.
So, what you ultimately have when you strip all of the exaggerated sales pitch for Winning Momentum is a tipster service that you are entirely taking the word of the one man who stands to profit from it. Don’t forget, there isn’t actually anything said about things like the selection process. Just vague mentions of things that mind sound impressive if you know nothing about betting.
But it just isn’t something that is achievable. Now I know that Winning Momentum isn’t particularly expensive. £37 for a lifetime of selections seems like good value. I just don’t believe that it actually is. Let’s be honest. You aren’t making 5 figures per month here. Not without very substantial stakes (although if Peter Morris provided proofing this might help to paint a better picture).
This means that in my eyes, the very best case scenario that I can see being genuine is that the testimonial claiming £375 over two months. But even here, there is that concerning lack of context for how much was staked to make this kind of money back.
Look, for me, the bottom line here is clear. There are simply too many elements of Winning Momentum where you are just taking Peter Morris’s word that everything is above board. That just doesn’t sit right for me. I would love to see Winning Momentum delivering as claimed, but I don’t believe that it will. Not paying a lot of money for something that doesn’t work is still paying for something that is broke.
And ultimately, that is why I would give this a very wide berth. I feel like Peter Morris has done a very good job of compiling a sales page that looks good. Does it have any substance? Not at all. Does it make wild sweeping claims in terms of income? Of course it does. Does it actually offer anything backing… Well, anything up? Unfortunately not. All of which really just raises a lot of questions about the value on offer here.