Inner Circle – Football Betting Tipster Service

Visit: Inner Circle – Football Betting TipsAn ultimate tipster service? Find out if great tipping services really do exist among the money pinching scammers – the absolute truth exposed. You wouldn’t want to miss this….

“The Guy who hates Tipsters tells you the raw truth about his shocking findings – can it turn even him to the dark side… or does he vow revenge on them forever?…”

From the desk of: Josh

Re: Are all tipsters con artists?

Fellow punter,

Let’s get something dead straight before we start.

I hate tipping services . I hate them more than you do, and I always have.

I just can’t stand them. And if you give me a few seconds I will tell you why.

But first, let’s start with how I got here, and why I’m writing this…

A couple of weeks ago, I was checking my emails when I got a phone call from a good friend raving about this tipping service he’d been with for a week, “The Inner Circle”.

Now, my friend is actually someone whose opinion I trust, which is the only reason I visited their site in the first place. And here I am…

“But why do I hate those scamming tipsters with a burning passion…”

Well, let me explain. I am a part-time bettor, and I’ve invested an extreme amount of money on betting over the years. In short, I know what I am doing (in fact, if you browse betting websites, there is great chance you’ve already visited one of my many aritcles, but that’s another story).

In all that time, I have never been a big fan of tipping services – for me, relying on a complete stranger to take my cash in exchange for ‘expert’ tips doesn’t appeal. Anyone can claim to be good when really they perform worse than Emile Heskey for England. What tipping services can do, however, is sound great to newbies who see “subscribe to my service and make thousands”, and think “wow! you must be an expert, here are my credit card details”.

Then, the same guys who subscribed to a tipping service realize that tips from an ‘expert’ don’t make anybody any money – only after wasting their cash on bets that lost… and then, the next tipster that comes out. The cycle repeats itself…

Great for the tipsters – crappy for the poor punter who bought it.

So, you can imagine my thoughts when I listend to my friend’s call recommending the tipsters at ‘the Inner Circle’. As I say, it was only because he was normally spot-on that I even checked their site.

Inner Circle Pt2

When I reached ‘The Inner Circle’ website, I was actually pretty impressed with the site, and even more impressed with quality of tipsters they have on their books – Damien White, Ivan Johnson, Ricky Ortega… these guys are the best of the best…

But, again, I have to be honest with you…,

At this point, I still thought to myself, ” brilliant tipsters, expert research team, 70% strike rate… but yet again, the majority of tipping services offer junk so why will this be any different… forget it”.

And that was that; I left the site… but several days later my friend got in contact again. He emailed me this time, letting me know that the tips from ‘the Inner Circle’ were getting better and better. He also said that I needed to stop what I was doing and get the signed-up. So, I spent the excess in my Paypal account and half-heartedly subscribed for a month.

Just so you know, I only purchased because… well, I trust him and the idea of having professionals provide winning tips for you appealed… it appealed to me a lot.

So, I decided to follow his advice, and see what ‘Inner Circle’ had to offer. In truth, I wasn’t expecting much and my ‘I told you so…’ speech…

Does it work?.. – read on…

Is ‘the Inner Circle’ the best tipping service around?

Are there any hidden charges?

…And does it actually make any money?…

Keep reading to find out the truth…

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The problem is that ‘Inner Circle’ is really the kind of thing you can subscribe to and then forget about and not use the tips. In the right hands it is a monster… in the wrong hands forget it…

Because of my preconception that all tipping services were scams, I decided I’d be painstakingly thorough before coming to any final conclusions about ‘the Inner Circle’. I decided I would test their tips for weeks and weeks before either cancelling my subscription (as per usual with most of these gimmicks) or renewing it. Those weeks of testing are now complete…

“But now for the ultimate question – did I make good profit form ‘the Inner Circle? The results are in…”

In a word… YES! While the ‘I was right…’ lecture from my firend wasn’t so enjoyable, the profits definately were. The stats prove that in any given month, ‘Inner Circle’ members earn, on average, $2,236.78.

While I haven’t changed my tune re: tipping services in general, there is something very, very unique with ‘the Inner Circle’ – they actually make a consistent profits!