If something sounds too good to be true...

Sam Stoffel

16 Aug 2014

Updated: 19 Nov 2023

That doesn't mean it is.

It's a good mantra to have in general. The Internet can be a scary place. There are an awful lot of people out there that just want to grab your money and will throw any rubbish your way to make sure they can get it.

It's sad, really.

Sad because there are actually quality opportunities out there, buried underneath all the crap.

Thankfully, I know what I'm offering is pure gold. So does The Guardian. So does The Telegraph. So does Money Saving Expert, Save The Student, and a host of other respected and trustworthy media outlets out there.

You know how it works. I've shown you the math behind it, I've shown you how it's completely risk free. I've even added a free trial option to our members area so you can try it out for yourself for free.

Yet.. there are still people that don't understand the power of what I'm offering here.

"How can this exist?"
Bookmakers offer introductory bonuses as a way to attract customers. With the right strategy, we can turn these bonuses into withdrawable cash. Think of it like a bank that offers you a higher interest rate for your first year as a way of attracting you as a customer. A savvy shopper would open the account, stay with whilst they had the higher interest rate, and then move on to the next deal. That's basically what we do.

"How can it be tax free?"
In the UK, consumers are not taxed for gambling winnings. Instead, the bookmakers/operators are taxed directly. This means we don't need to pay tax on our earnings. Even though our system is absolutely risk free and guaranteed, it still counts as gambling in the eyes of HMRC and is not a taxable income.

"How can it be risk free?"
I think we've explained that enough. We're betting on all outcomes of the matches/races we bet on to ensure that we get the same profit no matter what the result is.

It really is as simple as that.

Get yourself a trial of our membership and see for yourself.

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