Are you looking for the “best tipster site” online? Well, you may find plenty of “good” tipsters, and even some really good ones, eventually – but there is no single best tipster out there.
What’s more worrisome, is that there are a lot of not-so-good tipsters (individuals, groups of people, in some cases even entities) who claim to have some sort of “ultimate solution” and the perfect answer to how to win your bets: they claim insanely high accuracies (see: 90% accurate football predictions), but once you pay their subscription fee, membership fee, etc., you may soon find out after the first few lost bets that they are not the best in the world, after all.
Even if they offer you a 100% money-back guarantee on their subscription / membership / whatever you paid them, you may have lost your stake in the first few days or weeks, until you realize that the tipster you’ve chosen, is not going to provide you with a profitable betting strategy, and you won’t even break-even using their betting tips. Even if they refund your subscription fee, they will not refund your lost stake (and any potential winnings you lost out on at the same time), just because you “believed” in their highly accurate tipster service.
There is no doubt that a 30-day Money-Back Guarantee is certainly a good sign, and it may distinguish tipsters who offer such guarantees, one level up from the “tipster pirates” who simply – and quite unethically – publish their unresearched, unfounded, subjective opinion, based on zero to little empirical evidence, and they still want to sell that information as “betting tips” / “tipster service”, “High-ROI winning strategy”, you name it…), but still, nobody will return the money you lost on unreasonable bets.
Pretty much everybody can build a tipster site / mobile app these days, so please be careful whom you trust, when you are about to choose a tipster service online. While Google usually does a great job at ranking the best sites in the top positions, a simple Google search still won’t cut it – nor do the five-star reviews on TrustPilot, or the (sometimes suspiciously) positive punter testimonials (which may or may not be real!) on the tipster’s site itself.
Let’s face it: you need reliable personal recommendations from your peers (aka “people you actually know in the real world”, as opposed to someone you “met online”). Keep that in mind, and you will win more bets in the long run!
Anyway, rants aside: there are indeed many good tipsters / tipster services out there, but be careful and pay money for trustable, verified tipster services only.