SureBets Win Review: Suspect sports arbitrage platform
Surebets Win claims to have been
founded by two sports entrepreneurs Mike Allen the CEO and William Burwell the Operations manager.
I was unable to find any further information on these two individuals in connection with Surebets Win.
Somewhat curiously, elsewhere on the Surebets Win website the company refers to itself as Surebet Pro;
SureBet Pro limited was started in year 2015 by of [sic] sports arbitrage experts.
Whether SureBet Pro is linked to Surebets Win is unclear.
SureBet Pro isn’t an MLM opportunity and has been around for some time.
SureBets Win’s website domain (“surebets.win”) was only registered back in July and the MLM opportunity has only just been launched.
A corporate address provided on the Surebets Win website belongs to a pub called The Victoria.
Finally, on their website Surebets Win claim to have 1.6 million customers.
The current Alexa ranking for the Surebets Win website is 8.1 million, which means the customer claim is porky pies.
The lack of information available about Surebets Win’s purported founders (along with the suspicious generic Anglo-Saxon names), reference to SureBet Pro, fake customer claims and bogus corporate address suggests information presented on the Surebets Win website is made up.
As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money.
The Surebets Win Product Line
Surebets Win has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Surebets Win affiliate membership itself.
Once signed up, Surebets Win affiliates gain access to the company’s sports arbitrage betting platform.
Surebets Win claim their system
enables you to easily and seamlessly place multiple bets on all possible outcomes of a sports contest to guarantee profit.
With surebet win you don’t have to worry about which team wins because you always win.
Access to the Surebets Win platform is tied to a minimum $100 investment.
The Surebets Win Compensation Plan
The Surebets Win compensation plan sees affiliates invest $100 or more and receive a daily ROI.
Exact daily ROI percentages are not specified having purportedly been derived from sports betting.
Surebets Win pay referral commissions on funds invested by recruited affiliates.
These commissions are paid out via two levels of recruitment (unilevel):
- level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 10%
- level 2 – 5%
A bonus 3% a month is paid on funds invested by personally recruited affiliates for up to 12 months, provided those affiliates keep money invested in the system.
Team Leader Bonus
If a Surebets Win affiliate convinces personally recruited affiliates to invest $10,000, they receive 3% of their entire downline’s invested volume each month.
Joining Surebets Win
Surebets Win affiliate membership is tied to a minimum $100 investment.
To start making money with the surebet win system you need to send order/s of the surebets you have selected and then wait for the game to end, the betting company with the winning stake will send back the money via the api (auto programming interphase) to our system and money will be credited to your account soon there after.
The above premise sounds legitimate enough, however it’s the auto-betting feature of Surebets Win where things start to fall apart.
The auto mode allows the system to pick a surebet for you when you are away or asleep to avoid missing out on business.
The system uses a sofisticated [sic] algorithm to make the decision on you behalf on surebet processing.
If we assume the above is true, put yourself in the shoes of the owner(s) of Surebets Win.
You have some magic algorithm thingy that provides guaranteed monthly income on autopilot.
a. take out a small loan, put your magic algorithm thingy to work and retire as the richest person on the planet within a few years? Or
b. set up an amateur looking website riddled with spelling mistakes and try to convince people to deposit funds into your bank account?
Surebets Win doesn’t pass the logic test.
Combined with the rest of the suspect information provided on the company website, and what you’re left with is the likelihood that, while a token amount of funds may be used to place bets, newly invested funds are being used to pay off existing investors.
Referral commissions add an additional drain on the Surebets Win’s system. Where the money comes from to pay referral commissions out is not explained (remember, funds invested are supposed to be used to place bets).
With respect to the $1000 trial accounts offered, Surebets Win clarify that
Our system has a demo interphase [sic] for new customers with $1000 dollar to practice with for them and experince [sic] the system first hand before putting their own money for real surebetting.
It is important to note that any profit made on demo account can not be withdrawn because it is companies money.
The representation here is that Surebets Win gives people $1000 in real money to use on their platform. Win or lose, the money is represented to be real and given freely to anyone who signs up.
Surely if Surebets Win had access to such capital, they’d be far better served pumping it into their “guaranteed win” platform and pocketing the return?
Instead they give it to users, who could quite easily bet against recommendations and lose the money. From a business perspective, does that make any sense to you?
One possibility is that the trial accounts are isolated from the main platform, which would enable Surebets Win to represent monopoly money as real money. Realistically this is probably what the company has done.
The bottom line is that when it comes to gambling you want to see transparency and the appropriate regulatory filings.
Surebets Win provides none of that. You’re simply sending money off to anonymous people who operate in jurisdiction(s) unknown.
That’s a terrible foundation for business, MLM or otherwise.