Soccerrafa has shown continuous growth in the Both Teams to Score market since the service launched in June 2021.
At the time of our review, they had never experienced a losing month, with a cumulative profit of 218.07 points and an average monthly profit of 24.23 points.
They show their results based on £25 per point stakes, so that worked out as £5,451.75 profit at an ROI of 12.5%.
In the description it has said that all of the bets are advised on Betfair, so we had thought there would be no need to worry about limited stakes at bookmakers. However, once we started receiving tips we saw that it actually meant Betfair Sportsbook.
There were an average of 49 tips advised weekly, making it quite a high volume service. However, being able to place all of the bets on one site and only having funds in one place would save a lot of time.
We were impressed with the reported results and looked forward to trying the service out. We aimed to report back with our results at the available odds on a monthly basis and hopefully achieve a similar amount of profit.
Before you continue...
Our Soccerrafa review ended with a fail rating.
Please feel free to continue reading the full review below, though we recommend checking out some of the betting system reviews which ended in a pass instead. There's a small selection below or you can click here for the full list.
Unfortunately, we had to cut our Soccerrafa review short as the service wasn't working out for us and it would be wasted time and effort to go on recording results.
There were a few issues with the service that we will explain in more detail, but in short, it would have been incredibly difficult for us to place real money bets on the selections from this tipster.
Firstly, many of the bets were being sent out late at night between 11.00pm - 3.00am UK time, so we weren't seeing them until the morning. This meant that often the odds had dropped or the market had disappeared completely.
This brings us to another major issue, which was that the matches were mostly very obscure from leagues that we had never come across before. They were usually only available at one or two bookmakers and then usually just the one would actually have the odds that we required.
Sometimes the market would be taken down shortly after, leaving us with no where to place the bet.
Finally, one of the reasons we had wanted to review the service was that we had thought that all bets were placed on Betfair, but it turned out it was Betfair Sportsbook and not Betfair Exchange.
Placing bets like this on Betfair Sportsbook wouldn't last for long as your account would be flagged up in a flash and with most other bookies not listing the markets, you would no longer be able to follow the service anyway.
Based on these reasons, we have no choice but to put Soccerrafa down as a fail.