In this Lazy Cash System review, I’ll be taking a look at this horse racing tipping service. I’ll be looking at what makes it work and find out if you really can make ‘Explosive profits from the Sport of Kings’?
What is Lazy Cash System?
Lazy Cash System has been running on the Betfan platform for nearly a year since February 2019. The first thing I should mention is that it isn’t what the name suggests. Lazy Cash System makes it sound like some dodgy ‘bizzopp’ when in reality it’s just a tipping service
It’s a service that is based around number crunching, which, the tipster tells us is the only way to make money from gambling. This tipster has a particular algorithm that churns away for a few hours and comes up with the day’s selections.
How does Lazy Cash System Work?
There will be between 4 and 6 of these each day arriving between 11 and 11.30 of the morning of the races. The prices will have settled a bit by then so you’ll not have to rush to get these on. There are all sorts going on here, with wins and each way bets. These are normally singles or doubles but with the occasional Trixie in there to keep things interesting.
The odds don’t get lower than 3.5, so you won’t be backing too many favourites. You’ll be staking 1 or 2 points each time so you won’t be putting too much of your bank at risk, or getting a big winner or two.
How long does Lazy Cash System take to set up?
Before you can do any of that, you’ll to get signed up and part with some money. Luckily it won’t take you long (and much less if you’re already a Betfan member). Once you’ve done that, there’s one more job to do before the first tips arrive.
These aren’t all straightforward bets, but you should be able to do all of this with your usual bookmaker. But, it will be worth dusting off one or two of the accounts you haven’t used for a while just in case.
How long does it take to use Lazy Cash System?
Once you’ve got all of that done it shouldn’t take you more than 5 minutes to get these on. For the sake of convenience, you could get all of this set up on your phone. It may not save you much time for only a few bets but does give you the option to get these on as soon as they arrive.
You certainly wouldn’t save any time by doing these on the exchanges either and you’d lose any BOG (best odds guaranteed) benefits you’d get from a bookmaker. So, for the amount of time and effort involved, almost any profit would make it worth your while to give this a go.
How much can you make with Lazy Cash System?
And there are profits, but not a many as I’d hoped. 243pts in a year isn’t awful but it’s not that great either. This service made some excellent profits in the first 6 months but has barely made any money since. In fact, it’s currently halfway through it’s second losing month in a row.
So far, this will give you 20pts (or £200 at £10/pt) each month. Services like this usually post much bigger numbers than we’re seeing here. I was expecting better, and for the fees involved, they need to be better.
How much does Lazy Cash System cost?
Any service where less than 20% of your profits are eaten up by fees, I consider to be good value. With fees of £15 for a week, £45 for 28 days, £126 for three months or £214 for six months, this is not value for money. In fact, once you take those fees into account, you’d be £200 down over the last six months.
Because of the few points risked each day, it would take an absolute catastrophe to blow a 100pt bank, so you should be OK.
Lazy Cash System Review Advantages
This doesn’t really count an advantage, but there are a few things that are. There’s plenty going on to keep you interested. The balance between the number of bets and the variations is good, and they won’t take you long to put on.
The bets arrive at a time when the markets have settled a bit so you don’t have to drop everything to get them on. This also means you’re not relying on ‘value’ to make a profit.
Lazy Cash System Review Disadvantages
Unfortunately, all of this is true of a lot of other services, many of which make a lot more money. The fees for those other services are a lot cheaper too. This service ticks all of the boxes but when it comes to profits, that tick just isn’t big enough.
Lazy Cash System Review Conclusion and Overall Rating
Don’t get me wrong. If you followed this service for the next year, you’d almost certainly end up with more money than you’d started with. But, other services can offer you greater rewards for smaller fees and, if it matters, even less effort.
So, while this isn’t the worst service in the world, it’s not the best either, so your time and money would be far better spent elsewhere.