Feb 10, 2010
How many "systems"?
This guy is selling on other sites as well, under different names. I ran into one of his "systems" on Payloadz. Seems like almost EVERY single system has to do with using public handicappers, and very, very few of these types of selections have been shown to make a profit over the long term. They are usually overbet, and with systems like these end up even MORE overbet, so the payoffs are low in comparison to the win rates. The method I ordered on Payloadz offered a money-back guarantee (UNLIKE Lulu, here). I only ordered the one offering such a guarantee. After applying for my money back, Paul (ever the salesman) offered me a "free" system in lieu of returning my money. He gave me a choice of 5 "free" methods that he gives away FREE anyway. After turning these down (which I could have gotten free from his sites myself WITHOUT the email), he offered another "free" system from an old newsletter. Again, it dealt with using public handicappers, and again I declined the offer. Most public selectors are grossly overbet, and usually he's advising you to use only those selections picked by most of these guys, so imagine the payoffs on such selections, when almost everyone in the country was already betting on them, and now his system is telling YOU to bet on them, too. I'd bet money that few if any of these will show a profit, and if so, good luck finding that one or two that do out of all the "systems" he sells. Most handicappers can't get one system to work, but he apparently has found dozens! And most are "secret." (FYI: "secret" is one of the most popular terms to use for selling something. "Amazing" is another one. I read some books about advertising.)
I will note that one of the "free" offers at first was how to make a "Million Pounds (English) in 28 Easy Steps." This was a re-hashed report from a guy giving an eBook away free called, "How To Double Your Way to a Million." I think the guy just sort of rewrites information and resells it with a different "cover" under his own name.
I will say that he at least DID answer his emails on the other site, and I finally DID get the refund (pending credit card delay). But it's possible he's just a system rehasher and re-creator, and I'm not sure of the value in anything he sells. I'll tell you what I should have told myself: Buyer beware!