Readers “Con” Warnings

Hi dear reader…

This is a new section on the blog, We decided not to list addresses but I have listed names that were sent to us by disgruntled punters who say they get sent emails promoting everything that is released every week on click bank.

Most say they feel that, every opportunity there is to make a commission, they get emailed about the product with an affiliate link attached by this list of money grabbing marketers.

Now please don’t confuse the matter. We have no problem in promoting other websites programs, We do it ourselves occasionally, but there are strict rules in our book.

The main point is this,   No results and no solid proof = No Joint Venture with Betting System Truths.

The service or system must come with  results, clearly available for download on the sales page, even if they are vague, because after purchase of the system or service at least you can in some cased back check the results. Ideally we would like to see a third party that the service/ebook has been proofed to Or we must proof the selections for at least 3 months personally.

This is in our book an ethical way of marketing other peoples products and what makes us happy is when people on our newsletter are happy. Its a win-win situation.

This Gambling Niche is a sensitive market to be in. You aren’t selling fruit and Veg!  You are promising people a sure fire way to make money and time and time again the products don’t cut the mustard.

Now we are not saying the names on this page are “con artists” that is not for us to say, but according to Betting System Truths readers they are names that they feel YOU should be weary of.

This list is compiled by readers and Betting System Truths holds no responsibility for the appearance of any names that appear here. Names will only be posted if at least 10 different blog readers post the name to us.

If the name has not been posted to us at least 10 times then it cannot appear here. So please if you send me a name and not enough of the blog readers agree then it will not be posted. We get so many notices per day we simply cannot reply to everyone.

Remember these are not necessarily Con Artists but they obviously do not care about what they promote to you either.  Which is evident by the amount of emails we have concerning these names.

So here we go.. Some may be duplicated!

Betting SystemS Truth – Impersonating Betting System Truths! This has now stopped after we worked with clickbank.

Benjamin Street
Josh Peters
Chris Archer
Andrew Collins
Gary Mercer
Brian Castle
Simon Fielder
Shawn Jacobs
Ian Burrows
Luke Swanson
Top Tipper
Ryan Gibbs
Betting Master
Chris Fenton
David Reed
Mitch Williamson
Ben Quentin
Betting System Reviews
Robert Hessener
Peter White
Ian Sloane
Dexter Maitland
Carl Davies
Brian Castle
Betting Reviews Team
Betting SWR
Bookie Robbery-Jon
Bookies Secret
Carl Davis
Chris (Free Betting Tips)
Daniel Soulsby
Duane Robbins
Daytime Tipster
Earl Morgan
Easy Trader Pro-Chris
Iain Lewington
Ian Russell
Info UK Ltd
Jack MacFarlane
James Buswell
Jamie Kelly
John Anthony
Keiron Goldberg
Mark Pearson
Mike Brown
Particia Hanet
Peter White
Recession Better-Michael
Richard Taylor
Robert Bank
Shawn Jacobs
Stuart Thomas
Stu-Betting Guide

Considering all the names above, we have had at least 10 emails about each name sent from blog readers basically saying they receive sales letters on all product releases that launch usually on a Tuesday and usually priced at £27 , £37, £47, £57 etc.

These people are regarded by blog readers as “marketers only interested in the money they can make from a product” and not on If it works and is tested to work long-term. Which in our view is the most important thing.

It is true that you can test the hell out of a system for months only for it to fail when going live. We understand that, It has happened to us, but it doesn’t subtract from the fact that things should be heavily tested and proofed before it is sold.

Maybe that is just our deluded opinion, but it is one a lot of readers also share…


Betting System Truths Team


  1. Mick Jobling

    There is a well known scammer called Tim Lowe of Waverley Media. Do not part with a penny of your money to him no matter what he is trying to sell.

    • Admin Paula

      I have sent him a message in the past to do a review and he ignored my message. Now I know why. Thanks for the heads up

  2. Yalcin

    Hello. I’m bothering you, I’m sorry. You got football prediction program?

    • Site Admin

      Hi Yalcin no we haven’t got any prediction programs but there are a number of services that provide football tips.


    What has happened to winners everyday? my emails with selections have stopped and they do not answer my emails,if you click on some of the winners everyday sites you are connected to CORE VALUE BETS which of course is availlable via CLICKBANK and comes up with lots of bonus offers if you refuse to subscribe just the same as Winners Everday did when it was first marketed.Any suggestions?

    • Kevin

      Hi Dennis,

      I’m not quite sure what happened with them. Selections stopped after 28th December but restarted again today.

      Best regards,

  4. Sgt Colin


    It depends what you mean by larger bets. If you aren’t restricted by any of the bookmakers, their maximum liabilities are fairly clearly set out in their on line terms & conditions. For example Ladbrokes, Coral & Bet365 all have £1m limit on payouts in any 24 hours on UK racing.


  5. Ros

    I also think that I am the victim of Harry Lewis scam. I invested 5k he never answers my calls when I ring then a few minutes later he is texting me so obviously he is avoiding speaking to me. If he has the time to text he surly has the time to answer my call. I have not come yet to the point where my bank has doubled to the point where you can request a withdraw but when that happens I am expecting more problems trying to get any money from him. I think if he is genuine he should answer the calls and also respond to the messages on this board. I think if nobody gets any winnings we should group together and go to the police and see what they think.

  6. brian

    Does any one know which bookies; not exchanges accept larger bets?

  7. Neville


    This is what Harry Lewis of Stable Lays said 10 days ago. Nothing happened.

    ‘Apologies again – I will be sending you an update this weekend you have my word on that. Quite a lot has happened lately i.e server failing and lots of trading occurring, but I can assure you everything will be sent this weekend.’

    Obviously the word of Harry Lewis is worth nothing.
    You may want to warn other people James as you have said below.
    Many thanks.

  8. John

    I recently purchased the “007 roulette system” I found the staking plan is flawed. Fortunately I purchased through clickbank so a refund was virtually immediate. I mess around with casino stratedges all the time. In 8 years I have yet to find one with legs.So I am working on a couple at the moment which are showing promise, 2 or 3 months work yet to show consistent results these are my own work, regards, John.

  9. Neville

    Thank you for your reply James.
    On the basis of what you have said I have
    given Harry Lewis one last chance to make
    good on his promises. If I don’t hear from him
    I will send you more information as requested.
    I have all relevant emails.

    I did proceed with this ‘opportunity’ on the basis
    of a good track record over four years and the website
    is still up. I did not expect to get scammed.

    • James

      Hi Neville.

      I fully understand what you are saying.

      As a general rule of thumb never give a penny to anyone who says they can win for you and return you money.

      In my experience over the years this has always led to not getting a penny returned with a 100% track record.

      The first red alert for me about that website is the clickbank pay button and then alarm bells start ringing when i can’t see his legal entity shown on any of the pages.

      No business address, terms page, privacy policy. etc. Basically the person behind this is operating illegally as an online tradesmen.

      The only way you will ever locate this guy is if you have a court subpoena to get his real details form clickbank who pays him his cheques.

      Not a cheap/easy thing to do.


  10. Neville

    What do you know about Harry Lewis of Stable Lays ?
    Here is the link.

    Can he be trusted ?

    I have given him money for a ‘managed account’
    but he will not return any money to me even
    though he claims the account is making profits.

    He keeps stalling and making excuses.

    It looks bad to me. He has promised a payment
    based on his calculations a few times but just
    does not follow through with it.

    I fear I will not see my money again.

    Stable Lays claims to have been running since 2010
    with profit. Do you know anything about this
    or the man Harry Lewis ?

    • James

      Hi Neville it amazes me how people still get suckered into these scams.

      It would seem that yes it is a scam. Your money is either spent or lost.

      If you can send me more information to [email protected]

      I will do an email blast warning people of this. First i need the evidence.

      Then I will go to my contact in North Wales Police working in the Fraud department.



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