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Taking A Closer Look At How The System Works
Is John Morrison’s Sports Betting Champ a scam? Well as a customer who have been following this system for almost 2 years, I personally haven’t actually been recorded a high winning success of 97% as stated in his system but a little lower which is 94% in the NBA seasonal games and 93% in the MLB baseball games.
Is this considered a scam to some of you because it isn’t winning 97% of the time as written in their website?
Perhaps you should do more research online and follow the picks from some of the professional sports gambling handicapping websites. You would find that there are many which are actually giving out free picks for sports betting. These free picks are only sent once or twice a week and more importantly, most of them do not win consistently and achieve a high winning percentage as sports betting champ does. So that’s one of their marketing strategy because when you’re asking for a much more accurate picks from them, you would have to pay 300~500 bucks EVERY YEARLY to get these precious picks because they would say that these picks are critically analyzed by their specialists and gotten from the ‘insider’ info. When you check out on many of the sports betting websites, you would reach a point that the insider info is actually something easily to get because almost all these sites claim that they have the insider infos. In the end which of these sites would you invest your money in?
To tell you the truth, I’ve been paying and following the picks given by some of these paid sites. I definitely know which handicapping sports betting sites are good and reliable while which are lousy. But I won’t be telling you to join these paid sites and there are 3 main reasons behind this. First of all, quite a number of these paid picks were high risk picks. High risk picks often easily affected by some inconsistency factors that are hard to predict and you would need to take up quite a certain level of risk in order to pick up a win. Secondly, based on my own records, they only achieve 50~70% of winning percentage averagely a season and thirdly, they are way too expensive compare to John Morrison’s sports betting champ. Paying a higher amount of money while getting a pars bet lower accuracy of picks in return, do they worth your money?
There’s another point people would usually question about Sports Betting Champ. “If sports betting champ isn’t a scam, how is it possible to achieve a 97% winning rate over the years?” Well it would be REALLY REALLY crazy if this system have played EVERY SINGLE the game in NBA and MLB and recorded a 97% winning rate. This system hasn’t reached that kind of godlike state yet and if it does, it would definitely be charging you a few thousands dollars a year instead of a one-time $197 for lifetime! If you’ve read carefully in sportsbettingchamp.com, you would easily find that John Morrison only picks 60~80 games a season to play out of 2000 plus games!