I’m going to be recording results for Lay To 5K. It’s a little bit of a late decision as the service closes its doors tonight (Wednesday) and the trial should last the 3 months in which they plan to complete the massive tasks of turning a £50 starting bank into a £5000 end target.
They are going to be using Lay bets only, covering both football and horse racing.
I’m sure we’ve all seen these sort of claims before, but not that many of them are willing to let us run the rule over them and report our findings in full, fewer still will offer a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee backed up by Clickbank, so I’m willing to give it a go. Nothing ventured etc…
The Owner, Daniel, says he’s made this journey several times in the past and sees no reason why he can’t do it again.
If you want to try this out, you have until midnight to sign up as the first day selections will go out early tomorrow. The sign up fee is a one off payment of £47 (+VAT)
If you’d rather wait and see how we get on over the next few months, then fine, I’m sure that if he makes the target he’ll be anxious to go again sometime in the future.
Either way, it should be an interesting ride.
You can sign up for LAY TO 5K HERE
It does not add up to me. His screenshot shows 5k in only 184 bets, which averages to $27.58 per bet. His last PnLs are around $29 which I assume are largest stakes at the end of the challenge.
Unless he stakes 25-50% of the bank at the start of the challenge it just seems like another scam
Yeah, I wasn’t overly sure about how that worked out, nor about the amount of bets you could have got on during the March-June period covered. I’m up in the air on this one, tbh, some of the wording sets off the spidey senses, some of the wording and thoughts posted in the memebers’ area are quite convincing. He does say that a recent version of this challenge made over half its target in the last couple of weeks.
We shall see how it comes out, first day wasn’t great BUT, imo, they were fairly understandable selections, at decent value prices, using reasonable staking.
TBF, if it were to be an outright scam, I don’t think he’d have agreed to let us have it so readily, and he probably wouldn’t have done it through Clickbank where you can get a refund, also quite readily.
Proof will be in the next few weeks/months.