We have completed our trial of Layer of Profit and here are the final results:-
|Cost:||£23.99 per month|
|Average number of tips:||3 bets per week|
Layer of Profit Full Review
Sadly we have hit a bit of a theme lately.
It started when a service we had just started reviewing a few weeks ago, Racing Bulletin, went offline and stopped providing tips after just a few days – no explanation, just gone.
Then Half Time Hero, a football betting system we had been reviewing for a couple of months, abruptly stopped sending tips and shut the service with no warning or explanation.
Well, they say these things come in threes and now we have the same situation with Layer of Profit.
We had been following the tips for over two months when suddenly we just stopped receiving any more selections after 14th January.
Wondering what was going on, we sent them a couple of e-mails to ask if the service was being discontinued, but have received no response to date.
As we said in our final review of Half Time Hero, it is one thing if they decide to discontinue the service, but it is disappointing not to be notified of what is going on.
Plus if we hadn’t noticed and cancelled our subscription, then we would have gone on paying the monthly subscription fees.
Anyway, the service had been performing fairly disastrously during our trial and was heading for a failed rating anyway, having lost 50% of the bank by the time we stopped receiving the selections.
That is probably why they stopped – we imagine the poor run meant they had hardly any subscribers left.
That is something we are noticing in the tipping game – if you have a bad run, the punters don’t tend to stick around long to give you a chance to turn things around.
It really is a win or bust industry. With hundreds of tipsters out there, if you don’t make a decent profit consistently then people are going to leave and jump onto the next thing that comes along.
So unfortunately its a failed rating for the first laying service we have reviewed here at Honest Betting Reviews.
Onto the next system and let’s hope whatever it is, it manages to complete a three month trial…
Layer of Profit – Results Update
2nd January 2016
A quiet time for Layer of Profit in more ways than one since our last update in November. On the one hand, they have rather trod water since our last update, with just 0.6 points lost since then, leaving them 11.6 points down overall.
On the other hand, it has also been quiet because there have been very few tips. They have quite a few days without tips and are having the entire period from 19th December to 4th January off on holiday.
So even though we have been following this service for two months, we actually don’t have many results to go on.
Hopefully the volume and results will pick up in January for Layer of Profit and we will have more positive news to report in our next update.
Layer of Profit – Results Update
22nd November 2015
It has been a poor start to our trial of Layer of Profit, the first laying service we have reviewed here at Honest Betting Reviews.
They are 11 points down so far, which is quite a lot for a laying service that lays at odds of 4.0. Out of 10 bets that have run so far, five have lost.
In fact, you would have done quite well backing all their selections at Betfair SP – 18 points in profit in fact.
Still, it is early days as we have only had about three weeks so far, so plenty of time to turn things around.
Back soon with more updates.
Layer of Profit – New Review
4th November 2015
It is another first here for us at Honest Betting Reviews. After recently starting our first trial of a greyhound tipster, today we are starting our first trial of a lay betting system.
There is something very appealing about laying horses. Instinctively it feels like it must be easier to pick horses to lose – ones that are out of form, have conditions against them, are trying to do something they’ve never done before or are simply outclassed.
All you need is for one of the other horses to cross the line ahead of yours and you’ve made a profit.
Sadly those of us who have tried laying have found it’s not quite as easy as it sounds. You can have a few successful lays and feel very good about things, then one big priced lay comes home and wipes out all your hard work.
It does require a very specialist approach and there are few tipsters out there who make a profit from lay betting.
Fortunately we have found one out there who does appear quite promising though and that is Layer of Profit, which is a long-standing laying system that sends out just one lay a day.
They lay at maximum odds of 4.0 on Betfair, so no crazy laying of massive-priced outsiders which risk wiping out the bank in one go.
Results over the last five months or so look good, with over 50 points profit made and a solid profit each month.
They have been around for a few years, which is normally a good sign of long-term success and we understand they have quite a few happy members who have been with them for over 3 years.
So without further ado, we will commence our trial of Layer of Profit and will update results here throughout the trial.