We often get asked the question:
"If your services are as profitable as you say they are, why do you need to charge for membership?"
This is where the majority of betting services use some sort of diversionary tactic to avoid the question. Instead, let us explain the reasons for charging fees for membership.
1. Our services represent an investment opportunity. Profit from personal betting is firstly added to our initial bankroll, and compounded over time much like any mainstream for of investment. This is the advice given to members, depending on the size of their initial investment and how much they wish to earn.
2. Like the stock market or forex, betting can be likened to riding a roller-coaster. There are periods of winning and losing, at least in the short term, and these are extremely difficult to predict in advance.
Although we can withdraw our betting income periodically, we cannot predict the exact frequency or amount of said income. A betting income is not fixed such as you would expect from a 9 - 5 job. It is therefore not advisable to 'expect' profits month in month out, especially if they are needed for the important things in life, such as paying the mortgage.
3. Producing substantial profit from betting is not an event, it's a process. It takes countless hours of building, developing and perfecting each service, as well as the day to day running and maintenance of our website.
This is very much a full time business; often even more so. And since our betting income should not be our sole source of income, we require another source of money to pay our overheads and wages.
So, to sum up - our betting profit should be firstly used to grow our bankroll. Once our bankroll is large enough, we can withdraw profits periodically. We should treat profits from betting as a BONUS, rather than money to be relied upon month in, month out.
And make sure you enjoy them...after all, they are tax free!