Sequence Multiplier Review

June 22, 2011 | 13 Comments More

Product Name: Sequence Multiplier

Author: Karl Walker 

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New Ghost Report turns betting newbie into overnight legend after banking £21,719.29 in 27 days. The Sequence Multiplier guarantees 8 out of 10 bets will win. For any one – no experience necessary.

Price: £29 + VAT in UK – only 14 copies left though!!!

Money Back Guarantee: 60 day unconditional guarantee – Clickbank. Do NOT take Paypal option as this will reduce guarantee strength.

What Do You Get?  

– Immediate offer to be a beta tester at further cost of £39 per month (reduced to £19 if you try to leave without buying) for monthly tipping service that is described as winners in advance.

– PDF download of system which turns out to be the Automated Wins system that was sold in early part of 2011.

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Brief Summary:

Sequence Multiplier by Karl Walker is a UK horse race tipping service (if you have paid the extra cost) with a manual supposedly explaining how the system was developed.

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

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