Weekly Update

Just as good, second time around…

...is the feeling we're getting from Value Racing Tips at the moment, as I'll explain in the...

...Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 21/09/2016.

Value Racing Tips had a record of 98/430 (22.8% SR) for 122.34pts (+28.5% ROI) in the six months from launch before we started to review it in May 2014. Our 2014 review produced 36 winners from 151 (23.8% SR) for 40.95pts (+27.1% ROI) and got our seal of approval (full details here).

By 21st August 2016 (when we started the new review) the overall service figures for VRT stood at 548/2512 (21.8% SR) for 420.32pts (+16.7% ROI), showing consistent success and that progress has continued in our second look at the service.

So much so, that VRT is our highest earner this week after 7 winners from 18 selections (38.9% SR) generated level stakes profits of £253.00 (+140.5% ROI) to a £10 stake to put them in a very healthy position, as you'll see shortly.

Aside from Value Racing Tips, the only other service of the 8 currently active reviews ( I had two new additions lined up for this week, but they fell through!), was a fellow Betting Gods stablemate who made £29.81 after managing 13 winners from 15 (admittedly short-priced!) selections this week and that was from Low Hanging Profits, who advise selections acros a wide range of sports and specials bets (see here for more details).

The other six services under review lost amounts ranging from £7.36 up to £90.00 with the wooden spoon going to All Weather God, who went 0 from 12 this week, losing £90.00 at £7.50 per point. I'd expect this one to kick on, once the proper A/W season starts, but this was a poor week without doubt. Each selection is logged here in our review.

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And now, our updated "league table"...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Weekly P/L Full Review
Big Race Analysis £1,448.00 (at day 35) 35 -£25.00 Click Here
Value Racing Tips £339.00 (at day 22) 22 £253.00 Click Here
Value Racer £91.31 (at day 19) 19 -£28.00 Click Here
All Weather God -£25.07 (at day 40) 40 -£90.00 Click Here
Low Hanging Profits -£59.82 (at day 21) 21 £29.81 Click Here
Glenn Whelan Racing -£149.79 (at day 52) 52 -£7.36 Click Here
Pro Footy Tips -£211.20 (at day 32) 32 -£42.40 Click Here
Racing Gold -£257.68 (at day 54) 54 -£58.50 Click Here

As usual, clicking the name of a service takes you straight to their home page, whilst there are links to every review above.

As you can see from the above, it was a rare quiet week from my current favourite Big Race Analysis, but their figures are still excellent and I'm still happy to recommend that one, just as I'm happy enough to suggest that a subscription to Value Racing Tips would be a worthwhile investment.

They were successful before we reviewed them, passed our review, continued to make money and are doing the same again. VRT is easy to follow, you get an email around teatime with three selections for the following day, you back them at BOG odds and collect the winnings!

I've been backing their selections myself and if you want to join me, subscription fees to VRT are currently set at £49.95 per month or £119.95 per quarter and all payments are handled by Clickbank, which means you've got the added security of a no quibble 60-day money back guarantee.

Geegeez readers selecting the monthly or quarterly options can get their first month for just £1.00 via this link. And there is now an option of lifetime membership for £429.95.

I will have new reviews online in time for next week's roundup, but if there's a service you'd like to see covered, please let me know.

Chris

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5 replies
  1. norman says:

    How can you possibly recommend any tipster who wins about £200 (to £1 points) a year and yet charges £49.95 a month which amounts to £599.40 a year. And let’s not forget the bankers Clickbank who charge 20% on transactions so the fees, always hidden by people like yourselves who also probably get the affiliated fees bonus, the new costs become £59.94 a month, a massive cost over the year becoming £719.28.
    Let members of Geegeez stick to their own tried and trusted ideas instead of wasting their money on such a cost losing exercise as joining this most expensive of groups known as Betting Gods…..rip-off Gods more like

    • Chris Worrall says:

      Firstly, I wouldn’t recommend anyone follows a commercial system, if they’re only going to stake £1 per bet.
      We review products at what I feel is a low stake of £10 and this service has proved very profitable for almost three years at that level.

      Secondly, the 20% levy on a Clickbank product is actually VAT. It doesn’t go to Betting Gods, Clickbank or any affiliate, it goes to our government.

      Finally, yes, if any of our readers buy any product via a highlighted link on our site, we WILL receive a commission. We don’t his this, but that gets paid to us from the service vendor. If you prefer to deal direct with the vendors, they would still charge you the same amount. We take a cut from them and not from you, but the commissions we receive enable us to keep subscription fees to geegeez as low as we can without having ads plastered all over the site. We’re constantly improving the site and this doesn’t come cheap, I’m afraid.

      The bottom line is this, if you don’t like it, don’t buy it. But I would NEVER promote a product to you, if I didn’t think it was viable.

      Chris

  2. baconboy says:

    Hi Chris
    Have you ever reviewed LBR racing? If you have is there any where I can find the stats?
    Kind regards kim

    • Chris Worrall says:

      It’s not one we’ve covered in the past. I’ll approach them to see if they want us to review it.

      • baconboy says:

        THanks
        He does have 2 separate services a premium phone in and an members one it is the last one I am interested in.

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