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Pay-Per-Profit

2019

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Joined Tipstars Feb 2019
Market Horse Racing
Membership costs £40 each time the service delivers 15+ points profit.
After each 15+ point haul the group restarts from zero and the next payment is due after the next 15+ points, and so on.
Average tips / month 29
Advised bank required 100
Average stake / bet 2.04
Normal delivery time Anytime in the evening for next day's racing
Normal delivery method Telegram Messenger (Free App)
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Pay-Per-Profit from Punt Hub is an alternative approach to the traditional subscription-based service. The concept is that you join a group at the start of a new round and once the group has achieved 15+ points profit you pay the £40 fee (increased from £25 in April 2019, but guaranteed for the next six rounds). A new round is then formed and the process repeats again. If a round is already running you will be put on the waiting list for the next round to start for that group. The big benefit here is that the onus is on the tipster to deliver in order to get paid.

There were originally three separate groups based on when the selections were delivered:
• Evening Group – tips delivered the evening before racing
• Morning Group – tips delivered on the morning of racing
• Live Group – tips delivered anytime on the day of racing up until the last race of the day

However, the bulk of the action centred around the evening group and so the other two groups were closed down in March 2019 and everything now goes through the evening group.

The selections are sent by Telegram messenger, a free app which can be downloaded from the App Store.

A round can last for any length of time, it depends on the volume of bets and the success rate. As an example, the first round of the evening group took 14 bets over a 22-day period, whilst the second round for that group took just eight days with four out of four winners.