Are you someone who likes to gamble? If you are, then you know that gambling is a game of risk. Jackpot Jockey is a system that shows you where to place your bets. It doesn't matter if you are into horse racing, football, and everything in between you will get tips and betting advice.
Granted, you won't become a millionaire, but you could be looking at a few thousand pounds extra in your bank account each month.
What Is Jackpot Jockey?
According to Who.is, Jockey Jackpot was registered to a private owner on November 14, 2016. However, when reading the sale page fully you will come to realize Mike Stevenson as the creator of Jackpot Jockey.
In the sales page, you are given a bit of background on Mike Stevenson and how he was a jockey. When you try and find Mike Stevenson on Google, you will find several.
You won't find however any of them linked to Jackpot Jockey or the fact that any of them were jockeys. So it is possible that Mike Stevenson is a character name made up for the sake of creating this product.
Jackpot Jockey is a monthly subscription of £24.99 a month. Once you sign up for the subscription all you have to do is open your daily email from Jackpot Jockey, place your bet, and then claim your jackpot.
In a nutshell, you are subscribing to tips and notices about what games and sporting events are about to take place. You are given a rundown on the odds of who is likely to win and from there you make your bet.
Now it is not clear if you place your bets within the Jackpot Jockey system or not. The introduction page doesn't go into much detail about how you place your bets. It just that it is step two out of three for the system.
Jackpot Jockey is a product sold through Clickbank. When you sign up to Clickbank as an Affiliate you can search the Affiliate Marketplace and find the Jackpot Jockey system. Once you get your personalized link you can earn $14.04 per sale.
You go through the Clickbank Affiliate Marketplace in order to get your link and not through the actual website itself. Or you can click the “affiliate” link at the bottom of the page.
When you go through the link on Jackpot Jockey, you will find a plethora of email templates you can use to promote the product. You will also find a list of keywords that are suggested for you if you use Google Adwords.
If you are an avid gambler who likes to place money on the tracks or other sporting events then Jackpot Jockey may be for you. What you are getting is basically daily emails with tips on what to bet on. There is nothing special or magical that will tip the odds in your favor.
As long as you understand that there is a certain amount of risk involved, there really isn't any reason not to give Jackpot Jockey a shot. With it being a Clickbank product there is the 60-day money back guarantee that Clickbank offers on all their products.
A few red flags that come up. First off Mike Stevenson isn't found to be a jockey. The story that is given on the site may just be there to entice you to trust him. If he was a real jockey you would find his name on Google and social media outlets.
The second red flag is the countdown timer that states that you only have a short window before the price goes up. Many times when a website does the timer thing it is to get people to buy on impulse. It is possible that the price could increase once the timer goes down to zero.
The third red flag is hidden in the “Disclaimer” at the bottom of the page. In the disclaimer you will find a very clear statement that says that this product is for entertainment purposes only.
You could take that to mean that the tips are bogus. Or that you accept a certain amount of risk due to the nature of the product. Either way, Jackpot Jockey seems like a high-risk product.
If you are big into gambling it may be worth checking out, but don't expect to get rich overnight. As stated on the sales page, the system won't make you a millionaire but will help pad your bank account a little bit each month.