In this Profit Squad review, I will take a look at how useful the online subscription service Profit Squad is to a matched better. Ask if it’s worth the money, and compare it to its competition.
But despite that, it is off to a good start and has some interesting features the others are missing.
It is the usual price of £15 a month and includes all the standard stuff:
- Tutorials for 75 different sign-up offers.
- A daily updated calendar of reload offers.
- An odds matcher.
- A couple of proprietary calculators.
- A forum with about 10,000 posts.
But what it does have is a focus on some more high-level techniques that are being neglected by other services. In particular, a lot of the subscribers are making good money out of dutching horse racing.
THE WEBSITE LAYOUT
Gif courtesy of The Arbing Blog.
The website is pretty easy to navigate, even if it is a bit of an eyesore. They could definitely do with hiring a designer to improve the design.
That might sound like a bit of a petty issue to have. But I spend quite a lot of time on the Profit Squad site. Is it too much to ask for it to be a pleasant browsing experience?
HOW ARE THE SPECIFIC OFFER TUTORIaLS?
Profit Squad has detailed video tutorials for 15 different bookies, which is actually a lot more than any other matched betting service.
Then for the rest of the offers, it just lays out the bare bones of how to complete it.
Below is the Skybet new customer offer. It is a pretty typical page on Profit Squad.
MY FAVOURITE FEATURES
But my favourite feature is the very knowledgeable forum. On some of the other sites with their massive communities, the conversion gets drowned out by all the newbies asking fundamental questions.
Not so with Profit Squad. Here the community knows what they’re doing, and it is small enough that they are happy to share it with each other without the risk of the loophole being closed from too many people jumping on it.
WHAT ABOUT THE COMPETITION?
It is newer and off to a very good start. But for me, Profit Squad isn’t quite there yet. It has fewer offers, the site isn’t as slick and tools just aren’t as good.
But it does have a saving grace. Profit Squad has a closer-knit forum with information that the other sites are missing. Which is why I will continue to pay for my subscription and use it alongside the other, more developed services.
I think I have already made back my £15 10-fold from the horse race dutching knowledge alone.
SUMMARY OF MY Profit Squad REVIEW
I would rate Profit Squad 4 out of 5.
For the amount it costs (£15 a month), you get an awful lot for your money, but it isn’t quite as good as the competition.
Profit Squad has a 30-day no questions asked money back guarantee. I recommend signing up to see if you like it. If you don’t you can always get your money back.