Little Acorns Introduction

17 May 2012

Little Acorns

This review has since ended and is being kept up to date as of late 2013 right here;

Little Acorns Review

It Received 5 Stars & Is Highly Recommended!

Sergeant John Introducing Little Acorns

This week we start a new review of Little Acorns, a low-liability laying formula that has been around for five years. It is entirely appropriate to review it again now as services being active for this period of time have chance to engage in fine tuning, with a tweak or two thrown in, to develop it to the present day.

It was Geoffrey Chaucer who first quoted “mighty oaks from little acorns grow” and as the name suggests, Little Acorns uses low stakes to grow bigger banks and be in the position of being confident to increase your stakes as the bank increases.

The system has been developed by Andrew David, who is confident that your betting balance will increase between seven and 35 times each month, without exposing yourself to high liabilities.

It is on offer for £97 ($147 when you click to pay, which could be subject to a price difference in UK£ due to exchange rates), but he does offer a 30-day “No Questions Asked – Iron Clad Money Back Guarantee.” Ironclad (which is one word) does sound a shade Victorian but what we are saying here is that it is an unbreakable contract. Good to know.

Little Acorns incorporates a vital selection filter which enables you to all but completely cut out your potential losses. I am looking forward to studying that feature.

Selections do not take more than ten minutes a day to compile once you have gained some experience using the formula and you do not need to be in front of your computer during live racing, that is if you choose to bet at weekends or in the evening, other than that you need to place bets five to ten minutes before the race time.

The formula offers three different types of staking plans: Plan A uses the Fibonacci sequence; Plan B Adds your loss to the next stake; Plan C uses Level Stakes. I shall start with a bank of 300 points and a two-point stake for each plan.

From the last 48 months, only four months have made a loss, so let us see how this one does in the next few months.

I shall review this for 56 days with the option to extend it to 84 betting days.

Best Regards

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Sergeant John Introduces Little Acorns