Mathematician Betting Review

September 10, 2010 | 14 Comments More

Product Name: Mathematician Betting

Author: Guy Ward

Company Name And Contact Details:
BetDesign Ltd
Admin Dept
31 Ardmore Ave


Horse Racing and Betting Advice for Winning Punters


Monthly = £75  �
Quarter = £200 �
Year = £750    

Money Back Guarantee: They offer you a 60 days money back guarantee with this product.

What Do You Get?

If you sign up for the private members service then you’ll receive emails each day in addition you can log into to a members area of the site or you can simply phone the private members telephone line.  These will be the analysis of the days racing where he highlights what he believes to be the best betting opportunities of the day.

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Brief Summary:

Mathematician Betting by Guy Ward is a website that has a free service that you can sign up to which gives tips and Ward’s views and thoughts on how you can improve your own betting. There is also a private members service which is subscription based for astute punters seeking a long term profit from their betting.

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Category: Betting, Horse Racing, Horse Racing Tipsters, Tipster Services

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