What Cheezes me Off!!!
Are you tired of being ripped off? I know I am and the fact that you are wise enough to visit sites like this one leads me to believe you are as well. I do not know what is worse, the scammers themselves or the affiliate marketeers who promote them. Maybe they are two sides of the same coin. Can anything be done in self defence or are we at their mercy? If I am sent promotional material by a service that I subscribe to and find out it is a scam I immediately unsubscribe and tell them why in no uncertain terms, in the little box that pops up on the ‘manage your subscriptions’ page.
They latest and most blatant attempt to part me from my hard earned cash came from a service I had subscribed to for a considerable length of time, and had bought products off or through previously. I received a promo promising the world, and I was particularly interested in it seeing as it allegedly came from a fellow Aussie. I have had good luck with Australian products before, especially from the Davison stable (which this one is not). Below are some excerpts from the material that was sent to me and some opinions on the actual product.. I have left the links in, in case your are curious as to what a scam looks like.
This is what you are promised:
Dear Trevor, Just when you thought you have seen everything… here’s something that will completely blow your mind: A guy from Australia discovered a betting system that no bookie can stop. It works on any game, anywhere in the world even if you are a beginner. Here’s the proof: Not only that his life has changed, but the life of his friends, too. They party all day long with champagne, surfing … and hot chicks. Here’s the video with the man who established a new order among bookies: Good luck, Daniel P.S. On this link you’ll see the email he got from the bookie announcing him that his account was suspended. See what he replied
This is what you get.
Product Name: Sports Betting Shark
Author: Nicholas Roach
Company Name & Contact Details:
Owner details deliberately hidden from public view – email only: email@example.com
Headline: Earthquake in the sports betting world – wise punter massacres online bookies wins up to $40k a day with a brand new and secret system which forces them to admit that the “cutting edge” system can close their business
Price: US$ 97
Money Back Guarantee: 60 day unconditional money back guarantee plus additional $100 if not happy. The money back is achievable through clickbank but don’t hold your breath waiting for the additional $100.
What Do You Get? – 81 page PDF manual which appears to concentrate on US sports. (plus 3 bonus systems for casino play).
Where To Buy: https://betbubbles.com/
Brief Summary: Sports Betting Shark Nicholas Roach is a betting system that claims to work for any sport anywhere in the world. 81 page manual which appears to concentrate on US sports. You get general betting info, systems to be applied and insider tips and tricks.
What’s It All About? Another over hyped product claiming to work for any sport anywhere in the world. 81 page manual which appears to concentrate on US sports.
How Much Money Do I Need To Get Started? $10 claimed as adequate to start.
How Much Money Can I Make? Zip, Zero, Zilch from this product.
How Much Time Will I Need To Make This Work? Author states 10 minutes daily after studying the manual but you will not spend any time at all as you will not be able to use the product to profitable effect.
Will I Need Any Equipment To Do This? No
Value For Money? Definitely NOT.
Quality Of Customer Service? Not tested.
What I think: It is rare that I see a product that is such a complete rip off. The marketing blurb includes a number of claims which are completely untrue – and when you see the words “let me be completely honest with you” early in the piece you just know there is a load of bull to come. The dictionary defines a shark as “a person who preys on or victimises others especially by swindling or extortion” so the product is aptly named. To start with, the manual that you will receive is out of date and inaccurate, for example, it refers to the fact that UK betting winnings attract a 9% tax and in the definition of terms does not even mention accumulators. Not 1 of the 81 badly written pages has anything resembling a system for readers to follow. It is a typical eBook written as a means to try and extract money from innocent punters. The marketing blurb makes many claims and I will examine some of them:
A: My betting method is so powerful that you will be able to clean out bookie after bookie with virtually no losses. There is no specific method detailed in the manual and the claim is clearly farcical
B: A massive betting corporation is trying as we speak to have this website censored If I were a bookmaker I would be delighted to see it – the chances of anyone understanding it and making profit from it are very limited.
C: When you are done with this program you’ll be able to Find a winning bet within 120 seconds Is that a pig I see flying past my window?
D: I’ve condensed everything so well that after 60 minutes you’ll know everything that any betting millionaire uses daily. It will take you hours to read the manual fully and longer to have any chance of understanding it.
E: A child of seven could operate the system. If so he or she would be a genius even to find a system actually detailed in it.
At the start of one of the 3 bonus books you receive is the following paragraph. A few years ago, I ordered 3-4 books on “How to win at slots”. Expecting to be taught a few tips and tricks, I was sorely disappointed to realize that it was pure garbage. As a matter of fact, the books contained a lot of information that had absolutely nothing to do with winning. I would say that 90 % was totally junk and trash. In my humble opinion this product is 100% junk and trash. I think I’ve said enough here, don’t buy this rip off product unless you want to donate money to a guy who apparently is so rich he doesn’t need it anyway (Whitman, 2011). When offers like these arrive in your inbox via an affiliate marketer don’t muck around just unsubscribe, tell them why and when they see their lists shrinking alarmingly the may be a bit more selective in future about what they promote. If you do buy anything buy only through clickbank as they do refund money and pretty quickly as well.