Banker Bets Review

Welcome to our Banker Bets review, where you will see us put this football tipster service under the microscope for 90 days.  The selections  are delivered to our inbox each morning via email and are also available from the membership area on the website.  The Banker Bets review will see results recorded at advised stakes and also at £10 level stakes.

bankerbetsreviewQuick Summary

Today, we are starting a three month trial of the Banker Bets service which they say offers consistently low risk profit from worldwide football investment. The service is run by John Baker with an address in Arizona, USA.

Payment is via Paypal although, there are alternative options available. There is also a 30 day no quibble money back guarantee.

Selections are sent out by e mail in plenty of time to place the bets with a full and detailed explanation as to why each has been chosen.

Bookmakers are also suggested for each one but as I do not have accounts with all of them, I will stick mainly to the major players and odds should therefore be available to all.

I shall be placing one point on each selection. I will report back on 14th February with the first month’s update.




Profit/Loss to £10 Level Stakes tbc
Number of bets tbc
Number of wins tbc
Strike Rate tbc
Bank Growth tbc
Return On Investment tbc
Review Period tbc

£6.75 for the first month whichever period you choose, then: 

£27 per month if paying monthly

£54 per quarter

£155 per year

Month 1 Summary

The first month of our Banker Bets review is now over and it is time to update the figures. The bets recommended over the past month have all been sent out via e mail and in plenty of time to place them. I have found it relatively easy to obtain somewhere around the quoted prices in each case. Sometimes I have done a little better and sometimes a little worse but on balance they are about equal.

The first month of our Banker Bets review has seen a small but steady increase in the starting bank and the method currently has a very high strike rate. It is worth pointing out though that a loss severely dents the  bank and takes several bets to recover from.

Odds for the bets are generally very low and therefore only a small increase in the bank happens if the bet is successful. It would not take many losing bets to completely wipe out any gains. Hopefully, this will not be the case and the next month will see another increase in the starting bank. I shall report back in a further month with an update

Profit/Loss to £10 Level Stakes +£44.95
Number of bets 32
Number of wins 26
Strike Rate 81.25%
Return On Investment 14.05%

Month 2 Summary

We are now at the end of the second month of our Banker Bets review and it is disappointing to report a slight reduction in the starting bank.

The problem with this system is that bets are generally struck at very low odds on prices and therefore losses when they occur ( and they do quite frequently) will have a large impact on the bank and take several wins to recover.

As with last month, e mails arrive in good time to get the suggested bets placed and generally at or very close to the prices given. By using oddschecker, it is sometimes possible to better the prices shown.

A disappointing month which hopefully will be reversed during the final month of the Banker Bets review. It must be said that unfortunately, low odds does not necessarily equal success and this is certainly borne out by this months results.

Profit/Loss to £10 Level Stakes -£27.80
Number of bets 40
Number of wins 28
Strike Rate 70%
Return On Investment -6.95%

Month 3 Summary

To follow at the end of month three.
Profit/Loss to £10 Level Stakes tbc
Number of bets tbc
Number of wins tbc
Strike Rate tbc
Return On Investment tbc

Banker Bets Conclusion

To follow after three months worth of reviewing.