Dream lays – Final Review

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Dream lays – Final Review

dream lays

Well, this should come as no surprise, that dream lays is placed in the failed section, but first let us remind us what the Dream lays service is about.

Dream Lays is, unsurprisingly, a laying service.

The dream lays service only seeks to ‘play’ when the odds of recommended horses fall into certain odds parameters, as follows. There is a low range and a high range and, at the low end, dream lays subscribers would oppose horses priced between 5.9 and 7  on the exchanges. The high range is between 12 and 17  in Betfair terms.

Each day, there are around ten to twenty possible selections,sometimes more  and this is whittled down to roughly three to five daily after the odds consideration has been applied.

The selections are emailed out to you or you can go to the members section to access the selections, there were no problems on that account .

Dream Lays subscriptions are monthly, quarterly or annual, with a sliding scale of price depending on how long you sign up for. The monthly ticket is £59, the quarterly £139, and the annual price is £399.

The easiest way to use the dream lays service would be with a bot, where one would simply enter the horses and the ranges and allow nature to take its course. Though this was not reccommmended by the vendors.Failing that, there is a requirement to track the pre-race markets to check the odds. In fact, there is a slightly bigger  problem than that.

It is recommended that dream lays subscribers back horses only where their Betfair SP resides within a certain range. Unfortunately, the actual Betfair SP is not known until after the race has started. Consequently, it is quite possible to occasionally bet horses outside of the range when your bot or your judgment ,says the horse will be within the Betfair SP scope.This is where I had a big problem with this service, even if it had returned decent profits you were never going to achieve the same results as advertised.

Going back to results while Aug was pretty decent with over 30 pts , September was a totally nightmare to pardon the pun, over 100 pts down at one stage , how could the average punter recover from that?

Oct is a strange one , while I showed a profit of over 15 Pts (up to Sat 23rd) the dreamlays showed a loss of over 18 pts .Why was this?

To be honest I made some mistakes myself  I left 3 winning selections and losing  selection which made a difference of minus  3.3 pts

but this is where I am confused and you can make of it what you will, there were 7 more selections of which 3 were losing bets at the odds of 6.56, 14.31 and 6.2, these were 100% not in the emails that I recieved and this only came to light when dreamlays published there results at the end of the month, strange!

So there you have it, a loss of over 40 pts ( my results ) and aloss of over 70 pts there own results, nothing else for it but to put dream lays in the failed section

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Cheers,

Brendan – Reviews Dream Lays

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  • Site Admin James BST Admin says:

    Just to reiterate again… Whether it be Tom Or Andy who is making comments which I cannot yet approve.

    You are behaving fraudulently by posting with different names and email addresses and your comments on dream lays won’t be approved until you respond to our help desk ticket…

    We have sent you a help desk ticket.

    Go here: http://www.bettingsystemtruths.com/contact/ticket.php

    Enter The ticket Id is H7-XHS-2GGE

    And your email address which is txxx90@gmail.com (replace the 3 x’s with the correct parts of your email address you submitted to me)

    If you are reading this and decide not to look into your ticket. Be advised that what you say in your comments can be regarded as Libel.

    When we post potentially Libel material on betting system truths we have to have the name phone number and address of the poster in case the talked about individual wishes to take legal action. This is part of our fair use policy.

    If you can not back up your comments about dream lays with this information for record. Then why should I or any BST subscriber believe what you say to be true? Regardless Tom/Andy… As long as I have your information and I can call you. I really do not care if what you say is true or not because it wont be me facing legal action from Dream Lays. If you are so confident and you are not just out to defame Dream Lays come forward… Let me call you.

    Betting System Truths reviews products so that our readers do not get burned. We only ever review products which we have a high number of interested individuals.

    James

  • Site Admin James BST Admin says:

    This is a message here for Tom who posted some pretty damning comments about Dream Lays.

    Your posts were (unknowingly to us) blacklisted by our spam software and were in the spam folder not in the pending approval folder, thus why they were missed. They are now waiting to be approved but, we have sent you an email first to discuss certain legal concerns we have with your post and our policies.

    As long as you are happy to oblige with our request via email your comments about Dream Lays will be posted.

    Please check your email address for the ticket ID. It could end up in your spam/junk folder and the email ticket will be sent by noreply@bettingsystemtruths.com

    Cheers
    James

  • Site Admin James BST Admin says:

    Hi Spazzing
    Sgt Tony will be reviewing Dreamlays again starting 1st July so we will get the full rundown from him over the review period whether the service has improved or not.

  • Spazzing says:

    This is no surprise!
    There’s comments all over betting forums on people who have signed up for dreamlays and have come a cropper.
    Let face it, we would all be millionaires if there were such good tipping services out there like dreamlays. If any one is thinking of joining at £59 a month……think again.