I wanted to share my recent experience with Mark’s tipster service, and unfortunately, it’s been quite disappointing.
I joined this season having been impressed by Mark’s reviews and write ups on Matchbook and Betfair podcast and sites. However, things have been really poor from the start. Here are a couple of issues I have:
Questionable Value: The majority of tips are below evens, and paying £39.99 for two services feels hard to justify. It’s becoming increasingly challenging to see the value in these tips.
Lack of Understanding of Probability: I’ve observed a significant issue with Mark’s understanding of probability, particularly when it comes to multiples and multi-tip events in bet builders. This lack of grasp on fundamental concepts adds another layer of concern.
Red Flag for Service: There’s a trend of false advertising regarding profits. Bookmakers are used where the price drops significantly sometimes within a couple of minutes of posting selection, but the original price is still used to calculate profit margins. This seems misleading and raises a big red flag for Mark’s credibility and the overall service. For example Mark publishes a profit of +8 points for December but this is fantasy stuff because of the price drops and I would be amazed if any subscriber made a profit for the month.
Things have gone from bad to worse for the month of January with unbelievable string of losses.
All in all, it’s not the experience I signed up for. I think I would have been a lot better off just following Mark’s free tips on Matchbook, SportingLife etc. and would suggest the same to anyone else.