Avoid Betting System Scams – Part 2

The System Hunter’s Saviour…

Clickbank (www.clickbank.com) is one of the largest – if not the largest – online ‘information product’ marketplace.

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In case you were wondering, an information product is something like a report that contains knowledge that helps take you from where you are to where you want to be. It might be a business opportunity report, or one on how to lose weight, or attract more of the kind of people you want to attract (be that boys, girls, or both!)… Or it might be something to help you win more money or bet more winners or, ideally, both.

So, for the purposes of this tutorial, Clickbank is a place where betting system sellers make their wares available to both end consumers (i.e. you and me) and other product owners who can then sell the product for a percentage commission.

Disclaimer: Now, before we go any further, you should understand that when we like a system or service on OnlineBettingExposed, and feel happy to recommend it (relatively rare), we receive a commission for our troubles. If you’re uncomfortable with that, you can always search online for the product and pay all the money to the vendor… and we’ll still send you our emails! 😉

Right, with that said, an explanation of why Clickbank is a good thing is in order. Clickbank works as the holder of all funds for a certain period of time after you buy. And Clickbank insists that all of its product sellers offer a 60 day refund period.

Not only that, but if you don’t hear back directly from the vendor, you may write to Clickbank and request a refund if you’re unhappy with the product.

Now of course, fair’s fair. It is unscrupulous to buy systems with the express intention of requesting a refund and still using the product. So do please use this knowledge appropriately and fairly.

If you have any problems receiving your refund directly from the seller, simply email your invoice number to refunds@clickbank.com and request a refund. These are normally processed within 48 hours.

PayPal, PayDotCom and the rest…

There are lots of other payment processors aside from Clickbank, and some are more transparent to deal with than others. However, in the main, when dealing with transactions completed through the likes of PayPal and PayDotCom, you are reliant on the product seller honouring any guarantee on the sales page.

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PayPal does have a complaints procedure, but its policy in relation to non-physical products (i.e. downloadable information) is clear and unhelpful to the disgruntled buyer.

Do note also that if you’re resident in the UK, the law here does not require sellers of digital information (which includes eBooks, software and sound recordings like CD’s) to refund customers. Such refunds are thus discretionary unless explicitly stated otherwise, or unless you use a reputably third party such as Clickbank.

If you live outside the UK, it is advisable to check what your local laws are surrounding the purchase of digital products.

Now, at least you understand that it is acceptable to ask for your money back if you are unhappy with your purchase.   There are better routes to purchase through than others, but not all products offer this route.   However, if you do buy through Clickbank, you do have a guarantee with your purchase providing you action that refund promise in good time.

You might now be gaining confidence in purchasing a system, therefore you can do no better than to take a look at the OnlineBettingExposed list of Betting Systems Reviewed.


Look HereOn the right hand side you will find the latest reviews performed by experienced OBE reviewers.   Click on any of the review links to read their independent review of that betting system. You can be sure they are unbiased 🙂