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Geegeez Reviews Update

Geegeez Reviews Update

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Geegeez Weekly System Trials Roundup for 14/10/2015

A week, in which The Sports Guru continued to prove volatile, taking its subscribers on another lap of the rollercoaster. They lost £33 in week 1, made £204 in week 2, last week's roundup showed them losing £125 and this week, they're our biggest earners with another £183.50 added to their bottom line.

David Sutton is doing his level best to keep up with the goings on with this one and his full breakdown of the service is right here.

There were also reasonable profits made from the Win Bets supplied by Lucrative Portfolio, who made a £40 surplus over the week (details here), whilst the Football Advisor scored (sorry!) a profit of almost £29 over the week and if you click here, you can see how they did it.

Overall, if you backed every selection from each of our 12 current trials, you'd have lost £94.46, which obviously implies that there were some underperforming services, with the three main culprits as follows...

Bookies Enemy No. 1 hasn't quite hit the heights of last year's success just yet and during a tough week lost a further £84 and each selection is listed here and it was even worse for Bets2U, whose review shows a loss of just over £90 on the week, but neither of them posted the week's worst numbers...

Your first 30 days for just £1 that dubious honour went to the Bet Alchemist who had a weekend to forget, as he went 0 from 11 for a total loss of £110. Nicky knows his stuff and I'm sure this is a temporary setback for him, but to check his selections, we've listed all of them right here.

And here's how all that affects the overall picture...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Weekly P/L Full Review
All Weather Profits £468.53 (at day 34) 34 -£12.90 Click Here
The Sports Guru £230.00 (at day 30) 30 £183.50 Click Here
Football Advisor £155.79 (at day 13) 13 £28.91 Click Here
Lucrative Portfolio (WIN) £70.00 (at day 16) 16 £40.00 Click Here
Lucrative Portfolio (LAY) -£18.47 (at day 13) 13 -£10.54 Click Here
Daily Nap -£20.11 (at day 23) 23 £4.67 Click Here
Max Racing Tips -£35.79 (at day 16) 16 -£28.30 Click Here
Lucrative Portfolio (PLACE) -£44.20 (at day 13) 13 -£26.86 Click Here
Q Racing -£46.81 (at day 10) 10 £11.25 Click Here
BETS2U -£85.19 (at day 12) 12 -£90.19 Click Here
Bet Alchemist -£125.76 (at day 12) 12 -£110.00 Click Here
Bookies Enemy No.1 -£220.50 (at day 14) 14 -£84.00 Click Here

As always, clicking the name of a service takes you to their homepage,
where you'll find plenty of information on the product and also the opportunity to sign up, if you wanted to.

The overall position is pretty reflective of how the past week has gone, All Weather Profits has a quiet week, tipping on just one day, so were able to consolidate their position at the top, whilst this week's three best performers now fill the three spaces immediately behind our leader.

And at the bottom, it's no surprise to see this week's three underperformers now filling the basement zone, but after just a fortnight on review, there is plenty of time for all three to make a full recovery and start clocking up the profits.

I don't know much about the Bets2U team, but I've quite an extensive working knowledge of how Gary Poole (Bookies Enemy No 1) and Nicky Doyle (Bet Alchemist) perform and they both know their stuff and I'm confident that by the end of the 60-day trial periods, both will show a healthy profit.

Meanwhile I'm going to strap myself in for another week with the the Sports Guru, who knows what we're going to get. But you can't call the service dull or unprofitable!"

Thanks for reading, see you next week,

Chris & the review team.

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2 replies
  1. Everyone calls me Paul says:

    Chris, the last 4 links (in the full review column) all take you to Derby Day Demolition review…they do for me, anyway. Think the others are ok, but just worked from the bottom up, after checking the top one was working properly.

    • Chris Worrall says:

      Clearly some copy & paste fail on my behalf.
      All rectified now, but thanks for highlighting it.


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