How to make £500 this weekend… Risk Free Money Formula

Risk Free Money Formula Review

Risk Free Money Formula Review

Risk-Free Money Formula

Risk-free money, on repeat. Sound too good to be true? Well, it's not. It absolutely is not. Let me show you...

A while ago I mentioned a chap called Rene Trost, who was conducting a live seminar all about tactics for cashing in on bookmaker loopholes.

That seminar cost £2,000, a bargain for something that armed its attendees with the knowledge to make an income of around £40,000 per year.

(If you don't see value, only price, then this post - and indeed pretty much every post I publish here - might not make complete sense to you, I'm afraid).

Anyway, bargain though it was, it was still a lot of money to find at short notice.

Now Rene has teamed up with John Duncan, another well-respected member of our little online community, to release a book called the Risk Free Money Formula. It's an extremely well written manual, with 'chapter and verse' examples of how to cash in on bookmaker offers, and make serious risk-free money.

It covers six different methods of accumulating risk-free profit, the most well-known of which is matched betting.

Some of you will be familiar with the concept of matched betting: where you basically 'buy' a free £50 bet (for instance) for a couple of pounds, and then lock in a profit on your free bet by laying the reverse outcome. This alone could make you £500 in a weekend.

If you're not sure what I'm talking about, here is a video I recorded a year and more ago that shows me doing this.

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One important point to note here is that the terms and conditions of the offers may well have changed since I recorded those videos, so do check the latest T's and C's with any bookie you're looking at.

And that approach could easily net you a few hundred pounds this weekend for a couple of hours 'work'. Don't believe me? Check these out:

 - Open an account with Ladbrokes using promo code F100, and they'll give you a free bet of up to £100 matching your first paid bet. That's worth roughly £80 in guaranteed cash.

 - Open an account with Coral and/or Winner Sports, and they'll both give you a free bet of £20 if you bet £5 cash. That's worth roughly £16 each, or £32.

 - Open an account with BetVictor, Boylesports and/or Betfred, and they'll give you a free bet of up to £25 (each) matching your first paid bet. That's worth roughly £60 in guaranteed cash across the three firms.

It takes about five minutes to open an account, about five minutes to check the terms of the offers, and about ten minutes to find and place the matching bets. So, for the six offers mentioned above, that's 6 x 20 minutes = two hours... to make about £172, risk-free, guaranteed.

Clearly, you may already have accounts with some or even all of these firms. If you do, there are literally hundreds of others with similar loss-leading offers. Or you might have a brother/sister/wife/husband/uncle/friend who wants to open an account...

If you don't, then what are you waiting for? I would start with the best leveraged offers and the lowest starting stakes, to get the hang of things. Specifically, I'd start with Coral's offer. (All the named bookie links will take you to an account signup page).

Honestly, if you've never done this before, I urge you to watch one of the videos above, and then try it for yourself. 🙂


What if you want to make more? After all, the title of this post is 'How to make £500 this weekend', not 'How to make £172 this weekend'. Well that's where Rene's and John's new book really comes into its own. Yes, it covers the matched betting concepts touched on above (in full graphic idiot-proof detail). But that is the tip of the iceberg.

Rene is a black belt grandmaster of risk-free money methods. He is the most clued up person on this subject that I know of, and I know plenty who are engaged in these activities to the tune of thousands.

There are five other strategies outlined in the manual, a couple of which I'd never heard of, and one more that I've not seen laid out so articulately previously. Using just three of the strategies could bag you £500 over the weekend, though you are allowed to carry on doing this next week as well. And the week after. And the week after that... 😉

If you'd like some serious risk-free money, then do take a look at Risk Free Money Formula. It goes way beyond 'just' showing you how to make risk-free cash, and covers bank management, how to stay under the radar, and lots more besides. Right now there's a 20% discount on offer, and if you don't have a Ladbrokes account you can easily cover the cost of the manual by just making that one single risk-free bet!


The only bit of mild effort associated in bringing in these risk-free profits is in identifying the closest matches between bookie and exchange odds. So how about a weekend's worth of access to a tool that will do all that for you? OddsTrawler Pro is the perfect accompaniment to RFMF because it will do the number-crunching for you, saving you time and effort.

You can try it out for the weekend for £1 - one pound - and, again, the Ladbrokes matched bet offer will cover the cost of both this and the RFMF manual. Which is nice of them!

Here's what Carl from OddsTrawler has to say:

To celebrate the launch of their OddsTrawler Pro dutching / sports arbitrage tool...UCantLose Ltd are giving you the chance to test it this weekend...FOR JUST £1!

The new tool has been very well received by existing customers since it was launched last week.

The feedback has been excellent and many customers are already seeing the extra profits rolling in.

Now it's your turn to profit...Click on the link below to read more and get started for just £1!

UCantLose Ltd have been around since 2003 and have an excellent reputation for highly profitable services and first class customer support.

What are you waiting for? This really is a No Brainer.

£1...To test their flagship software tools...For a full 72 hours...BARGAIN!

Do note that you have to be registered by 10pm tonight, Thursday 2nd October, to get in on this; and all account logins will be sent out at midnight tonight, ready for use Friday through until Sunday.

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11 replies
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    pightle says:

    Unfortunately, I already have accounts with all the on-line bookies you mention, as I assume most gee ge’ez devotees do

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      Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi pightle

      That’s actually the whole point. You may have accounts with those mainstream bookies, but they were used as an example.

      Almost every one of the hundreds (literally) of bookmakers, casinos, poker sites, and the rest, have signup offers, reload bonuses, and and other concessions that can be fairly readily converted into cash.

      If it’s not for you, that’s fair enough. But you do NOT already have all the accounts with which this will work. 😉


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    tonyb65 says:

    It’s a pity we didn’t have more time. I was busy yesterday and now of course the offer has expired. It’s a shame as I find this concept very interesting but at the moment I have not got my head around it.

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    Blokeshead says:

    You’re quite right Matt, of course, and I wouldn’t put anyone off this lark. But I would warn them about leaving relatively large amounts of money in accounts with relatively unknown bookmakers. I learnt this one the hard way, turning €100 into almost €450 with an American bookmaker a few years ago, at which point they went bust. Did I lose €100 or €450? Depends on your point of view, I guess, but I still lost the money. I should, of course, have removed most (if not all) of it as time went by.

    More recently, and closer to home, Bet Butler seem to have gone belly-up this year, a reminder to us all about not trusting bookies. I’d never used them, thankfully, although I had got around to opening an account there.

    By all means open accounts with newbies, take the bonuses, make a few bob, but the idea of getting in and getting out as quickly as possible might one day prove to be a prudent one. (Of course, they could go bankrupt the same day you pay in, but then you can just consider yourself unlucky, rather than careless. Nothing in life is 100% risk-free, whatever the arb traders might tell you.)

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      Matt Bisogno says:

      Absolutely agree, Stuart. Unless there’s a very good reason to keep funds in an account, why would you? RFMF recommends using a central ‘wallet’ like Skrill or Neteller, and funnelling funds through that.


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    jason says:

    Hi Matt , am I daft I cant find the calculator on to workout how much you need to bet on the exchanges

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    Manyanga says:

    Agree with Stuart about the need for care. When there is a high rollover requirement, it is easy to end up with a large stash in the bookie account. I had serious problems with 10Bet a couple of years ago, when they refused to allow me to cash-out. I tried to bust-out, but I just kept winning. You can’t knock on a bookie’s door when they are in Curacao. And once you have worked through the ‘reputable’ list, be prepared for some unpleasant chats on the help-lines.

    It is true that there are hundreds of offers. But a lot of the more obscure books have hopeless odds for arbing. So you really only want to get in, take the bonus and get out.

    When you are arbing, you have to hold (and risk) large sums in the accounts. Your ROI might only be between 1% and 3%, so on a busy weekend you can have thousands of pounds tied up in wagers over a 2 or 3 day period. You need a degree in book-keeping.

    I’m happier relaxing and backing Stat of the Day – using the few bookies that haven’t excluded me.

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    Tony says:

    It is easy for lots of people (myself included) to critcise those who sell information advising you on how to make money. Congratulations to them – wish I thought of it!!!!

    Looking for a safer way to make money as opposed to system chasing?

    1st step is the £27.00 Bonus Bagging (if there is anyone who has not taken advantage of bookie bonuses. Doubt there will be many in that category reading this. Anyone who CANNOT make money out of this, is not cut out for betting Period

    One month after you have made your first 1k, you move on to the product Profit Maximiser (about £100 to buy) and make a regular no sweat of income of at least £300 pcm with relatively no risk. You really do not need much else unless you are a system hopper which leads to confusion, and more expenditure. Use this in conjunction with websites called RPOINTS and WHICHBINGO. Profit Maximiser has its own Facebook following, and members are very keen to post offers etc.

    Those that promise ££££££ and lots of it – mmmm, not convinced.

    As for Rene Trost, I don;t know the man, not read any reviews on his 2k seminar other than those hyping his product like ‘Cash Master’. Would you seriously send 2k to man via Paypal to find out about this revolutionary product? His new risk free formula which is in PDF format (20 or so pages of which you can read for free) hardly inspires confidence, and I’ve not come across a review from the mainstream websites,

    What new tactic is he going to teach us? Paul Beaumonts Bets fabulous system (meant in all sincerity), sharbing, taking advantage of BOG’s or some miracle ‘new’ system that no one has found out about, and the bookies are also clueless to this?

    The PDF may in the hidden pages contain gold dust – but I don’t buy it one bit.

    Your head tells you no – but your curiosity invites you to fork out around £80, which in essence is all that is needed. IF you make a mint, congrats. If not, you might want to review where you want to head with betting, and follow a few of the free tips I have given, or give me a lot of abuse.

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      Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi Tony

      Some interesting comments, and I can only assume you’re not a geegeez regular. If you were, you’d know that I would NEVER promote anything that didn’t, in my opinion, offer excellent value for money.

      I can’t say what you know about risk-free / almost risk-free offers, and therefore I don’t know if there’s anything in the manual that would be new to you. What I can tell you is that I’ve been around the block a fair old time, and I know Beaumonts Bets, Bonus Bagging, and Profit Maximizer inside out, as well as the likes of All By The Book… and there were three new approaches to me in RFMF.

      As you’ll know, healthy scepticism is a good thing in this game. Blind cynicism however is something different.

      All best,

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    stephen says:

    hi Matt,
    From the sales page, it sounds like rene has come up with his own new angles to beat the bookies. Do any of the methods in the book come from Rene or is it all different things he has found through years of risk free betting, like bonus bagging, arbs and sharbing?
    I read a review of this ebook where some of the methods are mentioned like bonus bagging, arbs, each way steal, affiliation. These are not new angles created by Rene.
    I have seen some terrible sales pages in the past like the dvd set review where there is a lot of exaggeration. From your review and another review, it sounds like Rene put a lot of effort into this book. Hopefully, it is good.

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