Weekly Update

A big fish in a small pond…

Geegeez System Reviews Update 14/01/15

Weekly Update

Weekly Update

Welcome to the latest weekly update of the active trials currently featured in our System Trial section of the site. We know that you are contacted on a daily basis to try the new latest, can't be beaten service etc etc, so what we do here is try it out for you over a 2 month period and you can see how they perform on a free-to-view basis.

Once we've reviewed them, we'll either approve them or we'll tell you why we haven't given them the thumbs up, then you can make your decision whether or not to make a purchase. We don't get paid to review services, nor do we get paid to approve them. We run an impartial service and would only ever recommend a service to you that we'd be happy to use.

We would, however, receive a small commission from the vendor if you bought a reviewed service through one of our highlighted links. This doesn't affect the price you pay and the monies we receive help to fund the running of the site. Everything we do is totally transparent, we are, of course, very aware that this isn't the case everywhere online!

So, on to this week's update and the bottom line is that January is proving very difficult for commercial services to provide profit for their subscribers. I've personally found a combination of poor quality races with few runners in terrible conditions not exactly conducive to making money and although out current leaderboard shows an overall profit of almost £1175 between our 11 trial services , the fact of the matter is that those figures are skewed by Unity Racing Club's £1442 surplus.

Six other services are in profit, whilst four are in the red, but between the 10 of them, there's actually an overall loss of almost £270, making Unity Racing Club a big fish in a small pond.

That latest "leaderboard" is right here...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Weekly P/L Full Review
Unity Racing Club (£5/pt) £1,442.05 (at day 45) 45 £26.65 Click Here
Tom Nelson Racing £73.59 (at day 41) 41 £0.00 Click Here
The Young Ones £41.95 (at day 41) 41 £20.00 Click Here
Alec Pearce (BetAdvisor) £34.00 (at day 9) 9 £34.00 Click Here
The Colonel (£2.50 / pt) £28.37 (at day 32) 32 £3.30 Click Here
Aiden Monroe (BetAdvisor) £19.53 (at day 9) 9 £19.53 Click Here
James Tucker (BetAdvisor) £10.80 (at day 9) 9 £10.80 Click Here
Each Way Earners -£35.99 (at day 55) 55 £18.25 Click Here
Steve Good Racing (£2/pt) -£57.22 (at day 33) 33 -£122.50 Click Here
John Sills (BetAdvisor) -£115.96 (at day 9) 9 -£115.96 Click Here
Easy Tips -£266.30 (at day 49) 49 -£86.40 Click Here

 

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On a weekly basis, there was a combined loss of just over £192 despite 7 services showing a profit, one breaking even and just three losing money. The problem is that the profits were all modest, whilst the losses were pretty heavy. Our best return over the week was actually newcomer Alec Pearce from BetAdvisor with again of £34, Unity Racing Club made another £26.65 to extend their lead, whilst The Young Ones chipped in with £20.

By contrast at the other end of the scale, three services lost £324.86 and you'll not be surprised to see that they're our current overall bottom three. Easy Tips lost a further £86.40 and continue to sit bottom of the pile, over £150 adrift of another BetAdvisor newcomer John Sills, who had a bit of a nightmare start to his trial, losing almost £116 in the first nine days. And our weekly/overall bottom three is completed by Steve Good Racing, who seems to have imploded of late, losing £210 in the last 10 days (-£122.50 this week) to now find himself £57 the wrong side of break even!

Having read the reviews thoroughly, I've no recommendations to make to you this week. However, if I was to suggest a couple to keep an eye on, it would probably be Unity Racing Club who although aren't ripping trees up at present, have already proved they can make profits and also Alex Pearce, who has made a slow and steady, but profitable start to his review.

If you've any queries at all about anything system/service-related (or anything at all!), please don't hesitate to email me at support@summumbonum.co.uk. I look forward to hearing from you and if I don't hear from, I'll be back next week with more updates.

All the best,

Chris & the review team (my band of willing volunteers, without whom I couldn't do my job and whose contribution is massively appreciated by both myself & Matt)

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7 replies
  1. Maria Doyle says:

    I DONT KNOW WHAT TO THINK, I ONLY WIN SMALL GOT 80 EURO PLUS 51 ON THE IRISH LOTTO AT CHRISTMAS. THATS ALL CHANGED NOW THE COMPANY WAS SOLD OFF TO AN POST IN ONTARIO CANADA TEACHERS PENSION FUND? WHAT NEXT ARE THEY THE GOVT GOING TO SELL OFF. SO NICKY BYRNE IS ON THE NEW LOTTO EVERY SAT NITE RTE ONE. PRIZES ARE MUCH LOWER AND YOU HAVE TO BE A MATAMETICAN ITS GOGGA SORRY ABOUT THIS HAVE TO GET IT OFF MY CHEST.

    • lickybits says:

      hi marie, im a little confused fro your response to this article…
      what company has been sold off?
      what teachers pension fund got to do with article?
      what the government going to sell of next?
      whos Nicky Byrne?
      the prizes are much lower (you talking about lottery or horse racing prizes)

  2. scouse says:

    Hi Matt and all on the forum. Had an email from THE TIME MASTER to day they are saying
    you have tested their program is it true?, seems like another con they are also saying the
    SUN/ MAIL/ POST AND S/LIFE have tested it. The usual crap thousands a month
    if any of you have had one from them put ti up.
    Bob.

    • Chris Worrall says:

      Hi Bob,
      The name rings a bell, but I think it may have been promoted under a different name.

      If you want to forward the email to me, I’ll probably be able to give you a better answer.

      Chris

  3. Robert Day says:

    Hi Chris, I have deleted that one but another one has come called winners enclosure
    they too are saying you have tested it and endorse it.
    I will send it over .
    Bob.

    • Chris Worrall says:

      Cheers, Bob.
      I’ve answered your email personally, but to clarify the situation for everyone…we have NOT endorsed any service called Winners Enclosure, but i’m very grateful that Bon brought the matter to my attention.

      Chris

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