Winners Agency Service Review
Winners Agency Service Review
The Winners Agency Service is a backing service and the selections are available by telephone from 9.30am each day or they can be e-mailed to you.
The selections come from Breon Rawlings, former City worker who took very early retirement to pursue a career in betting!
He has been producing racing systems and services for over 15 years now and the Winners Agency is his latest creation. The service itself is actually managed by Sportworld Publishing who forward Breon’s selections on a daily basis to his subscribers and costs £50 per month. Alternatively you can look at this as a 5pt outlay per month at £10 per point as recommended by the service.
The claims up to the start of this trial are that based upon the £10 per point basis, the service show a profit of over £700 in the last 3 months backing all selections to win. The Winners Agency bets are also showing a healthy profit for E/W backers too: 78pts profit in just 2 months.
Their bottom line claim is that they make an average of 5-10 points profit per week from 2-3 selections per day, all at level stakes to win, with the occasional each way advice. The returns are calculated using Betfair SP. We also showed the results after deducting the betfair commission of 5%.
We trialled the service for a period of 60 days and recorded the results below on a daily basis at Betfair SP based on a nominal stake of £10 win and also £10 each way, giving a total outlay of 2 points per advice.
We were hoping for a nice profitable service.
Winners Agency Final Review 23/11/11
This is the end of a 60 day trial during which we have tested and reported back on the results sent to me by e-mail each day which is a service that is also available to any subscriber. The cost of the service is £50 per month.
As a reminder this is what the vendor originally claimed for the service:
The claims up to the start of this trial are that based upon the £10 per point basis, the service showed a profit of over £700 in the last 3 months backing all selections to win. The Winners Agency bets are also showing a healthy profit for E/W backers too: 78pts profit in just 2 months.
The reality as you can see below was somewhat different. To say that this service has provided a rollercoaster ride is something of an understatement. The bottom line is almost 30 points loss for win betting and over 20 points loss shown to 1 point each way over the testing period.
To be fair to the vendor, he did claim that there was an error in the software after 10 days and put that right, with the hope that future results would improve. Sadly this was not the case. He then said that the problems were due to the notoriously difficult change from flat to jumps racing and said that he would be concentrating on jumps racing, again in the hope that things might improve. Incidentally the day on which the service had its best day was day 58 and that was on a day on which all the selections came from all weather racing meetings.
I am not prepared to totally condemn the service based on this trial alone, even though it had very few rewarding days. However based on the period of this trial I would be hard pressed to award it a score of anything more than 1 out of 5 for profitability. The vendor Breon seems a nice enough chap who replies to e-mails promptly but the service needs to improve dramatically before I would be prepared to spend any of my money on it.
It should however be noted that backing all the selections to be placed only, actually generated a 12.75% profit on stakes: this factor helps to save Winners Agency from being deemed as a failure and it will go in our Neutral Zone, for a possible later re-evaluation.