Secret Punter System Review

Secret Punter System Review

The Secret Punter System is the latest wonder-system being touted, and this time it's 'James Terry' who we have to thank for saving the betting universe. So is it any good?

Erm, sorry to disappoint, but no, it's not.

This football betting miracle system is actually not a system at all. In fact, in its 20 pages I could find little more than three websites to get football data from and an extremely basic staking plan.

In other words, there's no system rules as such, and you choose your own football selections. $77 (£51.30) for that? Er, I don't think so.

Indeed, a modicum of further digging highlighted the fact that James Terry is in fact Debola Olowu, and looking at his facebook page, he doesn't look much like a 40 year former grocery store assistant to me. Now even allowing for the fact that I don't have a particularly well-tutored eye for spotting grocery store assistants, I can vouch for the fact that he can't be 30, let alone 40.

Anyway, enough from me on this subject. I've spent £51.30 so you don't have to.

AVOID.

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Now then, a new question of the week for you. This one's a bit different and I'm expecting a majority to answer 'not interested', which is fair enough, as I can only offer a very few places anyway. Enough preamble, to the question. This week's 'Question of the Week' is:

Are you interested in learning how to start your own online business?

As usual, you can vote in the top right corner of the page. Thanks as ever for your help with this.

APOLOGIES FOR BIG LETTERS, BUT JUST TO CLARIFY, PLEASE USE THE VOTING BOX AT THE TOP RIGHT OF THE PAGE IF AT ALL POSSIBLE (AS OPPOSED TO THE COMMENTS SECTION). THANKS!

Matt

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30 replies
  1. paul probert says:

    Yes I would like to start an online business …. one that gives great value to customers… please advise ….
    Have a great day
    Paul Probert glos uk

  2. John Shuff says:

    Well done Matt, I was reading about the S,P System you’ve looked at. Thought it looked abit iffy due to the £600 bet.

    \have to say I for one appreciate the effort you go to for all of us.

    I’ve also voted… mine was a yes… depending!!

    Cheers mate keep up the great work.

    J,S.

  3. Sue says:

    Hi Matt,thanks again for the heads up on yet
    another bogus system,why cant other people be as
    honest as yourself,well done Matt keep up the good
    work…..

  4. Shaun says:

    Thanks Matt

    You should have a new logo…

    We buy the cr@p so you don’t have too…..

    As above states, helps keeps us sane that much longer…

    Deffo interested in business…

    Cheers

    Shaun

  5. David Bryant says:

    Hi Matt
    Yes i am interested in starting my own online business, i have been doing alot of review work for racing sites and am thinking of branching out on my own. I know the biggest problem when first starting out is getting recognised by search engines and getting a client base. Anyway i look forward to hearing from you.

    Best Regards
    David

  6. Bob Calvert says:

    My vote is a yes – be it a working gambling system or something totally different.
    I have to listen to you as you have already saved me money with your system reviews.

    Thanks

  7. Alan Gordon says:

    There has recently been a whole host of sales stuff eminating from the US, purporting to be for the UK market. I have looked at quite a few of these and frankly my advice would be to leave anything from the US strictly alone. Most of it is a rehash of systems or ideas already seen here from UK sources, some of it very old indeed. The other annoying think is that you don’t usually get just the advertised product. Somewhere along the way you then get at least one other or even more dangled before the eyes. If you fall for them all then it can add up to quite a hefty sum. Keep your money in your pocket. If any system is as good as they claim, why would they be wanting to persuade you to buy it for probably less than $100, sometimes even less than $50!! The one good thing is that they all use Clickbank so if you don’t like what you get you can ask for a refund and usually get it.

  8. Mark Goldfinch says:

    Well done yet again Matt,maybe interested in online buisness,keep up the good work

  9. john murray says:

    dear matt,
    once again many thanks for your exposure of this terrible advert as a system. as you well know i do not subscribe to any of these adverts anyway. but you must be commended in
    your work, so as others who may be seduced by these mailings in fact are put of wasting their money. many thanks to you again matt.
    john murray

  10. Will Kenton says:

    Thanks for spending the money for the many folloers you have, I would love to know if you ever get your money back from these so called “Lifetime Guarantees” if not why not take them to court for Fraud.
    Thans again.
    Will

  11. Sebastian says:

    Thanks for the info.
    I guess using CAPS wasn’t enough, well, not everyone responded in ‘comments’

  12. morton wishart says:

    Matt,
    Are there as many gullible folk around as there appears to be buy the number you get responding to some of the info you put up for them.
    I’ts good work you and some others do by publishing the the baddies details.
    Keep doing it man for the good of all fellow wouldbe money makers.
    regards
    morton

  13. Gary O'Brien says:

    Keep up the good work Matt exposing the scum! Definately interested in a tax free income.

  14. sim says:

    Hi Matt,
    Received ‘The winning punters newsletter’ through the post today, it’s part of A.D. Associates and costs £10 per month.It seems ok, but wondered if you have ever had any dealings with them. The answer to yor question would be yes depending on price.
    Many Thanks, Sim

    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi Sim, If you Google ‘AD Associates’, you will find all you need to know… (not good, I fear)

      Matt

  15. peter young says:

    already making a profit with you saving me wasting money on useless systems thank you

  16. Joyce says:

    I want to thank you Matt, for checking these sites out for us, saved us forking out money on useless systems!

    as for the suggestion of online business, would depend on how
    much it would cost, but very interested!……

    thanks Joyce…

  17. Jack Stanley Crompton says:

    Hello folks
    I am an ex-internet scam artist who would like to show you how to make immense sums of dosh as a grocery store assistant …
    Mmm … doesn’t quite have the right ring to it.
    Jack

  18. Derek says:

    Hi Matt,
    Everytime I use the top right hand box it always says I have already voted (No I havn’t)
    Anyway I will come this way to express an interest thanks
    Derek

  19. ron.goodall says:

    to.matt
    just logged on regarding the secret punter system i have not come
    across it no flyers etc.many thanks for tip off (keep up the good work) regards ron.goodall

  20. Ken says:

    Hi Matt,

    I can’t believe that I do these things, but, I went and bought the Secret Punter system before, obviously, I read your review. Just got a refund from Click Bank thank heaven. Definitely, definitely, definitely I will not do it again. (until next time)

    Ken.

  21. larry says:

    I agree with Matt definitely, any website or sales letter with discrepancies is a definite scam. The sales pitch of this product ie secret punters system starts by ‘ how a 40 year old former grocery store assistant … and few lines before the end of this page he writes ‘ its the same system i used to free myself forever from my former days as a TRAIN DRIVER working for a minimum wage’ ,,Now my question is, does this inventor remember he was a grocery store assistant or was he really a train driver working for a minimum wage, i wouldn’t think that this sales pitch been scripted by 2 people as the name James terry is signed at the end of the page hence my assumption is that he simply forgot he was a former grocery store assitance and assumed the role ( in his dreams ) of an ex-train driver mmm who is naive now…..a scam definitely…

  22. Daz says:

    Hi Matt, love your website and email etc. Love your insights into systems and to be honest if I see sales copy with bad grammar and spelling mistakes then that alone will put me off, irrelevant of how good the system is – I have bought many duds and few good ones. Currently I am a semi-professional trader, been trading for 7 years and average 600 – 900 quid a month so not quite enough yet to go full time (and give up the day job) but am getting there. I just wish I had the time to write reviews, share the odd the secret and perhaps even offer some tips but I just don’t seem to be able find the time and appreciate it can be a lot work keeping a blog up to date – perhaps I should try & get more motivated and make the time – You are an inspiration, keep up the good work!!

  23. tony says:

    Hi people love reading all the mail and receiving your mail matt,i have a question of my own does anyone know of any decent places that give golf tips as i am giving up picking my own its time to rely on someone else cause i am rubbish love the game playing or watching but cannot pick a winner for love nor money so come on people help me out just done stansford at 14-1 on the lpga doin ok at the moment -4 it cant and wont last trust me. Would love a online buisiness as i have just lost my job and had a brain tumour removed (start radiotherapy at christies hospital today the 25th) 2010 has been a bummer of a year for me so far!!!!!!!!! Sorry to be so depressing (i love lorrana ochoa) but come on stansford?????

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