With the explosion of the online betting industry, the emergence of Betfair, and the limitless markets that are now available to bet on, there has been a similar growth in the thousands of sites advertising betting as a simple road to riches. We all know this is not true. However, using some systems betting can be turned into a profitable endeavor, the trick being to find the few gems that actually deliver. This article looks at some of the ways you can evaluate a betting system.
Firstly, do not be taken in by claims of profits achieved, look for proof. This can be easier said than done, as it is very simple nowadays to manipulate screen-shots of betting accounts showing spectacular gains. There are a number of “proofing” sites and services that will genuinely record the results of a system satta, this will certainly give you a good indication of whether the profits are realistic. Additionally, if the advertising is peppered with warnings that only “x” number of places are guaranteed, or the offer has an expiry date that you simply must order by, proceed with caution.
One excellent method of gauging the integrity of the system is to contact the vendor directly by e-mail with any questions or concerns, and ask for proof. If they are genuine they will reply and attempt to be helpful. If you do not receive a reply, or are not satisfied, leave well alone and move on to the next system. If you can’t find any contact details, the alarm bells should already be ringing! If you are a member of any of the numerous forums on the subject of betting, try asking a question about the system, people will be happy to share their experiences and this will obviously produce a more balanced view than a review from one single website.
Another indicator as to whether a betting system may be worth pursuing is whether a trial period is available. Many methods and tipping services will offer this facility, and as long as you use this period to paper trade, or follow the system to very small stakes, you have nothing to lose. Be careful if you have provided your payment details in advance however, and make sure you remember to cancel should you not take up the offer.
Finally, check whether the system offers a no-quibble money back guarantee. Be careful here however, as the guarantee may not be worth the paper it is written on if it requires onerous proof on your part. The easiest way to be sure that a guarantee will be honored is to check whether it is backed by a third party such as the payment processing company. If the guarantee is unclear, again e-mail the company and ask, the genuine ones will reply. Having done this, if you are not satisfied, make sure you do ask for your money back.
In effect, before you invest in any betting system you should always do the “due diligence” required. Remember that if you don’t you are not only risking the money you have spent in purchasing the system, but also potentially far more in wasted bets following a system that doesn’t work.