Disclaimer

Every effort has been made to accurately represent our products and services and their potential.

Even though the betting industry is one where one can write their own cheque in terms of earnings, there is no guarantee that you will earn any money using the techniques and ideas in these materials. Examples in these materials are not to be interpreted as a promise or guarantee of earnings.

Earning potential is entirely dependent on the person using our product, ideas and techniques. We do not purport this as a “get rich scheme”.

Any claims made of actual earnings or examples of actual results can be verified upon request. Your level of success in attaining the results claimed in our materials depends on the time you devote to the program, ideas and techniques mentioned, your finances, knowledge and various skills. Since these factors differ according to individuals, we cannot guarantee your success or income level. Nor are we responsible for any of your actions.

Materials in our product and on our website may contain information that includes or is based upon forward-looking statements within the meaning of the securities litigation reform act of 1995. Forward-looking statements give our expectations or forecasts of future events. You can identify these statements by the fact that they do not relate strictly to historical or current facts. They use words such as “anticipate”, “estimate”, “expect”, “project”, “intend”, “plan”, “believe” and other words and terms of similar meaning in connection with a description of potential earnings or financial performance.

Any and all forward looking statements here or on any of our sales material are intended to express our opinion of earnings potential. Many factors will be important in determining your actual results and no guarantees are made that you will achieve results similar to ours or anybody else’s, in fact no guarantees are made that you will achieve any results from our ideas and techniques in our material.

It is illegal for a promoter or participant in a trading scheme to persuade anyone to make a payment by promising benefits from getting other people to join a trading scheme. Do not be misled that high earnings can be easily achieved.

We are constantly encouraging our members to place a number of bets on a weekly basis – that’s what we do. However, it would be a fallacy to think that this means we’re encouraging irresponsible gambling. On the contrary, we consider our style of gambling to be about as responsible as it gets; but that doesn’t mean we’re not due a reminder every now and again of what makes a responsible gambler (and what doesn’t).

Groups like the Senet Group (http://www.senetgroup.org.uk/) work very hard to promote responsible gambling standards throughout the industry however, gambling addiction is still a big issue in the UK. A recent survey conducted by the Gambling Commission found that 18-24 year olds are most likely to be at risk of problems. The good news is, more and more bookies and exchanges are getting on-board with responsible gambling messages, but when it comes down to it, the only person who can ensure that your gambling habits are responsible, safe, and sustainable is you.

 

Don’t gamble more than you can afford to lose

We can’t stress this enough. Due to our confidence in the selections and tips we provide, we do see gambling as a way to make money rather than lose it, but it’s also important to remember that no form of gambling will ever be risk-free, or it wouldn’t be gambling. When you gamble, no matter how trusted or experienced you or your tipster are, you’re putting your money at risk. For this reason, we only advocate that our customers bet money that they can afford to lose. If you’re not flush, sticking to the £10 stakes that we base our tipster’s stats on is definitely a good idea.

 

GambleAware (http://www.gambleaware.co.uk/) is one such organisation which exists to provide education and support for those who feel they may have a problem with gambling. They offer online tools such as quizzes and calculators to assist gamblers in assessing their own habits, and plenty of information for gamblers and their families on how to recognise and treat gambling addictions.

If you think you really do have a problem, you probably want to go straight to GamCare (http://www.gamcare.org.uk/). GamCare offers both face-to-face and online counselling sessions for anyone going through the difficulties of a gambling problem, which includes both gamblers and their partners and loved ones.

My number one piece of advice to those who feel themselves slipping out of the professional mindset is not to wait before taking action. Whether you decide that the best action is to change your system, take a break from the game, or seek help from one of the organisations above, do it straight away, before your problems have a chance to get worse. Don’t hesitate to ask for support if you need it.

Gamble responsibly

Gamble Aware aims to promote responsibility in gambling. They provide information to help you make informed decisions about your gambling.

Call the National Gambling Helpline: freephone 0808 8020 133 8am to midnight, 7 days a week.

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