How to earn ewallet cashback betting. Download our free guide and start adding extra to your bank

For those of you looking to build in extra profit and edge to your betting, then today I want to highlight how you can use e-wallets to earn cashback when depositing money into your betting accounts.

Whilst your betting income might fluctuate on a weekly and monthly basis, ewallet cashback ticks over whether you win or lose as its based on your staking and turnover.

By taking advantage of e-wallet cashback, those of you betting regularly can easily start to make an extra £100 to £200 per month by following a few simple steps.

Even if you already use an e-wallet with the likes of NetellerSkrill or ecoPayz – you can still earn cashback by following our advice.

So to help you understand more on how easy it is to earn e-wallet cashback, I have put together a simple 7-page guide for you to download on how you can take advantage of this. Click here to download

This free guide also outlines 3 different punters making between £100 and £560 per month simply by following this method and answers all the main questions you might have.

Download SBC’s Free E-Wallet Cashback Betting Guide
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All told, it is really very simple to get started and by using this cashback method, you can enjoy a handy income boost each month.

Best Regards

Peter Ling

Smart Betting Club Owner and Founder

The Best Football, Tennis, Golf, Darts & Boxing Tipsters Explored. Find The Right Expert For You

Discover the Best Sports Tipsters with SBC’s NEW Tipster Profit Report

Honing in on the best Football (both pre-game & in-play), TennisGolfDarts & Boxing Tipsters that we have reviewed since 2006, in this latest report you can explore SBC’s unique ratings, rankings, analysis and best buy tables to help you find the right expert for you.

Updated to include the latest results figures for 24 top performing sports tipsters, you can also read about 2 new ‘Hall of Fame’ entrants including

  1. The Tennis expert with some frankly ridiculous profit figures. If able to take all bets advised, a £2000 starting bank would grow to £13,171 after fees to our annualised profit figures. This is a top notch service with an exceptional record and one ideal for sharp punters
  2. The in-play football tipster charging a bargain £9.99 a month to access their tips. Hitting some outstanding profit figures including bank growth of 261% in the last 12 months across all their bets. One of a new breed of tipsters supplying their in-play advice via the Telegram messaging service.

You can access this special Sports Betting Tipster Profit Report the instant you join the Smart Betting Club. Sign-up now to gain instant access.

More Into Horse Racing? We Have You Covered Too!

If Horse Racing interests you, then as a Smart Betting Club member you can also access our special Horse Racing Tipster Profit Report from September 2019.

This report features our take on 34 of the best horse racing tipsters we have reviewed since 2006 and includes updated results, ratings and Hall of Fame recommendations.

Highlights inside the racing report include:

  1. The new racing Hall of Fame entrant up more than 142 points profit so far this year
  2. The racing expert with amazing longevity – more than 8000 tips advised and a 32% ROI to boot!
  3. The free-to-SBC-members racing tipster posting more than 1100 points profit since 2011
  4. The top rated racing guru with 84% betting bank growth since January.

You can access both these reports with your Smart Betting Club membership.

Find The Right Tipsters To Suit You!

Both the Sports Betting & Horse Racing Tipster Profit Reports are designed to help you find the very best betting tipsters – those that have proven themselves to be successful over a long period of time.

Anyone can pick a few winners every now and then but it takes REAL SKILL to beat the bookmaker over the long-term – which is exactly what this report reveals.

To help illustrate just how good the best tipsters are and to help find the right one for you, inside this report we break them down into different categories so you can easily compare:

  • The most profitable overall tipsters;
  • The best tipsters from the last 12 months only;
  • The best low cost tipsters;
  • The best free tipsters;
  • The best betting bank growth tipsters;
  • The best ‘odds availability’ tipsters (those that quote realistic prices);
  • And much more besides…

We also know that it’s not just profits in theory that you want but in practice. Which is why you can also view:

  • The Best ‘Adjusted Profits’ Tipsters – Discover how each tipsters profits stand up if betting 15 to 30 minutes after a tip is supplied (ideal if you are worried about not getting the advised prices)
  • Unique ‘Suggested Profits’ Tables– Discover how much money you need to risk on each tipster to make a profit – and how much you can make if doing so. Fully tailored to each tipster to be entirely realistic.

Subscribe NOW to the Smart Betting Club and gain instant access

The tipster quoting incorrect profit figures & how to avoid copy and paste tipster reviews

When it comes to analysing tipsters, I like to think the SBC review process is very detailed – pulling apart all facets of a service to really get to the truth of whether they make a genuine profit or not

Normally the talking points we uncover focus on topics like a tipster with an efficient staking plan, ability to profit at Betfair SP or even something like the fact they make more backing a horse to win rather than playing it safe each-way.

Yet, in SBC Issue #113 we came across a very rare occurrence – a tipster quoting a completely incorrect Return on Investment (ROI) figure.

It was a major difference too as our figures showed the correct ROI of 13.66% vs their own 21.04%. A difference of 7.38% ROI!

For those of you unfamiliar with ROI, it is a simple calculation that divides the profit you have made by your stake.

So, for example, if you placed a £100 bet and won £10, you would have a 10% ROI (this is 100 divided by 10).

ROI is therefore a handy calculation as it puts your profit into context. Anyone can quote a high profit figure, but if you had to stake a lot to make it, then it is less impressive.

Why were we the first to uncover this?

Naturally the first port of call once we discovered the error was to put it to the tipster themselves, who agreed with our findings and have since changed their website to reflect the correct figures. Changing their claimed ROI on site from 21% down to 13% in line with what we uncovered and what was accurate.

Why this error took place is a bit of a mystery as no explanation was forthcoming.

Perhaps it was based on a simple miscalculation or misunderstanding of how to calculate ROI?

Whatever the reason, this was a major blackmark in terms of our ratings for this service, especially as trust is hard won and easily lost in the tipster world, so they have plenty to do to convince us this was a genuine mistake.

The very strange thing about this particular tipster is the fact that prior to their SBC review in Issue 113, they had been analysed by several other review sites, yet none of them had noticed this ROI error.

In fact, a couple of online reviews were still quoting the totally incorrect figure of 21% ROI and seem to have simply copied and pasted what the tipster had told them, without checking this for themselves.

Because if they had taken just 2 minutes to check the results, they would have quickly realised the figures they had were completely wrong.

If it’s free – you are the product!

All of this leads me onto my next point in advising caution with some free tipster reviews you might find online.

As most of us know these days – when something is free to access – it means you are the product in some way.

We see it with ‘free tips’ sites like the Racing Post owned – or, who although they supply tips for free (not very good ones either), they make money when you click their bookmaker adverts.

When it comes to tipster reviews, there is no such thing as a free lunch either as they use affiliate links which reward the reviewer should you join the service they are featuring.

Some affiliate programs pay out 50% of the tipster fee to the reviewer and do so on a recurring basis, so the money that can be made is substantial every month.

One high profile tipster with plenty of reviews online currently charges £59 a month and pays out 50% to affiliates, which works out as £29.50 per sale per month.

Even if you referred just 25 people, that would make you £737.50 per month.

Increase that to 50 customers and that is £1,475 per month and often for sending just one email or writing one review.

And if you are so lazy you can’t even be bothered to write a review, you can also get pre-written content to simply copy and paste.

It is why you might often see the same content on different sites when it comes to tipsters.

Or why you are seeing them quoting the incorrect ROI on the tipster I mentioned at the start of this article.

Buyer beware with affiliate reviews

Of course, not all free sites are bad or work in an unethical way, but it’s always worth asking why the information they provide is supplied without charge.

Whether its free tips, reviews or anything else for that matter – if they are investing time and resources into a free website, how exactly are they making money?

If its affiliate reviews, it’s also worth asking – how does the incentive of needing people to join the tipsters they feature impact the independence of their reviews?

Because if you don’t join them, they don’t get paid!

Whatever course you take, it pays to be aware of how the industry works as per free tips and tipster reviews. Buyer beware!

SBC’s different approach…

If tipsters’ interest you, then you can read our detailed reviews on hundreds of them with a Smart Betting Club membership, which includes access to a 13 year back catalogue and our ‘Hall of Fame’ ratings.

The Smart Betting Club is also proud to be 100% independent, which ensures we use no affiliate links nor accept bungs or favours in exchange for writing positive reviews.

Rather than take a cut or a percentage of any sales to the tipsters we review, instead the Smart Betting Club service is funded by subscription fees to our service.

Thus, providing you with full confidence that when we review a tipster positively, it is based on a genuine appreciation of their service and NOT because the tipster has paid us to say something positive.

It is a fully transparent model so as a member you know our reviews and recommendations are always 100% genuine.

So, by joining the Smart Betting Club, you help to contribute to our continued independent stance and enable us to review more tipsters on your behalf.

Subscribe NOW to the Smart Betting Club and gain instant access

Peter Ling

Smart Betting Club Owner and Founder

Another 325.69 points profit in September for SBC’s in-house tipsters

September was yet another winning month for the Smart Betting Club’s ‘Free Tipster’ Group with a total of 325.69 points profit made for followers.

Highlighting once again how good these experts are to help you get started betting profitably without breaking the bank!

This is because access to each of these tipsters is provided exclusively to Smart Betting Club members only – and once you join SBC, you can pick those you wish to follow and receive daily tip emails from.

All told, it’s an ideal solution for those of you not sure where to start OR wary about spending money on subscription fees to a tipster service. All you need instead is an SBC membership, available for as little as £27.99 per quarter.

Explore The Profits From Each Tipster

Want to know more on how the 325.69 points profit made in September breaks down?

The good news is that you can find a full rundown on each free tipster and their recent and long-term results via this link: Free Tipster Results Spreadsheet

Simply click each tab to view the results for each tipster to see what they have achieved to date.

Highlights this month include Kieran Ward’s racing service, which made a 22.99 point profit @ 24.72% ROI in September (and already is up 12.5 points @ 312% ROI for October), alongside fellow racing expert – The Turf Buddy who hit a profit of 173 points @ 32.64% ROI last month.

Other worthy mentions last month included The Poacher’s in-play service, which made a 6 point profit @ 20.86% ROI and Golf Tipster – PGA Profit who posted a phenomenal profit of 133 points @ 202% ROI during September.

Below is a synopsis of the September & the long-term form for each tipster…

Kieran Ward’s Value Racing Tips
September Profits: 22.99 points profit @ 24.72% ROI
Long-term Profits: 1140.17 points profit @ 10.52% ROI

The Turf Buddy Racing Tips
September Profits: 173.01 points profit @ 32.64% ROI
Long-term Profits: 394.31 points profit @ 23.75% ROI

PGA Profits Golf Tips
September Profits: 133.32 points profit @ 202% ROI
Long-term Profits: 443.84 points profit @ 24.40% ROI

The Poacher Football Tips – PreMatch & In-Play
September Profits: -6.56 points loss @ -19.29% ROI
Long-term Profits: 7.98 points profit @ 3.33% ROI

September Profits: 6.05 points profit @ 20.86% ROI
Long-term Profits: 8.69 points profit @ 7.07% ROI

The Inside Man’s Football Tips
September Profits: -3.12 points loss @ -16% ROI
Long-term Profits: 4.25 points profit @ 2.88% ROI

Follow These Tipsters With Your Risk-Free SBC Membership

The tipsters mentioned above are available to follow for free each day as part of a Smart Betting Club membership.

Once a member, simply choose the tipster(s) you wish to follow and sign-up to get their selections sent via email by following the links in the SBC ‘Free Tips’ members only section.

So, if you are looking to get started betting with tipsters and don’t want to splash the cash on expensive tipster subscription fees, its an ideal solution to get you started.

Best of all, you can now sign-up totally risk-free thanks to our money back guarantee, which ensures if you find our service (and these free tipsters) not for you, then you can get a full refund.

Best Regards

Peter Ling

Smart Betting Club Owner and Founder