Welcome to my FSA Predictions VIP Review, where I will be giving you an honest takedown on what it is.
So recently I was scrolling through social media when I came across this interesting ad for this group.
What was advertised in this advert was a way for people to make lots of money through football betting.
In fact what was promoted as a group where someone gives out essentially guaranteed football tips.
Now since I like to cover different areas within football I thought I would discuss this opportunity as I know some of you may have come across it too and wondered if its legitimate or not.
If you want to learn if this will make you money or if the guy behind it will take it and do a runner while leaving you with nothing then this review is for you.
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What Is FSA Predictions VIP?
FSA Predictions is a group run by professional tipster Andrew Walls with 1600 subscribers.
The group is all focused on tips that are given by Andrew himself, which apparently have a hundred percent chance of winning.
These tips consist mainly of trebles or 4 folds, which despite the long odds, should win every time you win.
Well, that is according to the man behind.
However, what you will find out over the course of this post right now, is that not only is it too good to be true.
But that there is a few secrets that Andrew purposely doesn’t give away in regards to his ‘impressive’ tips and predictions.
Who Is Andrew Walls?
Andrew Walls describes himself as a professional tipster who has been in the betting industry for 4 years.
However, if you do any research on him, there is no proof of his winnings or even his name being shared online.
In fact, apart from a picture on his telegram profile, that looks to be a stock photo, he has no social presence at all.
Which of course is concerning has anyone wanting to get his tips, basically has to take his word.
Now is Andrew Walls actually helping people win money?
Well from what I have seen and experienced evidently not, as it seems really clear
3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Trust FSA Predictions VIP
From taking the time to check out FSA Predictions VIP I came across a number of red flags, that basically indicated to me what exactly this group is about.
1. Photoshopping His Bets
Now something that someone new to the group won’t see, is that the winning bets you are seeing in the group aren’t real.
You may be thinking how do I know this?
Well, how I know this is that the predictions, he is giving out to people who pay for them aren’t the ones he is reporting in the chat.
So you can see what I mean, below are two images, one is the bet he gave out to his users.
The second is the bet he put into the group chat, where he tries to convince people into thinking he is winning his bets.
However, while as you can see, it says he has won the bet along with the winnings you would have got.
In actual fact, if followed the original bet sent to you, you would have lost it.
Now obviously this is quite inevitable when you think about it and take into account, what I said above about four-folds.
These don’t win all the time, because of the number of selections that are needed to win.
So the fact that these slips Andrew is handing out don’t win, should come as no surprise.
As for the then winners you are seeing in the chat, these have quite clearly been carefully edited to deceive any potentially interested people.
Because once you do buy one of Andrews’s predictions, he will also kick you out of the group to ensure that you don’t see what exactly is going on.
2. You Won’t Make Any Money
The first reason not to buy any tips from Andrew Walls and FSA Predictions is you won’t make any money.
While Andrew will give you a fourfold, it is by no means a guaranteed win.
In fact, the bet he provides you with is a generic 4-fold match-winner, which you would often see boosted on some betting website.
Not only is it not info worth buying but the odds of the bet reflect the likelihood of it winning.
So if he gives you a 22/1 bet, which is what I have seen from his chat, then you are not getting a bet that has a 100 percent chance of winning.
You are getting one that has more of a 1%-5% chance of winning.
At the end of the day, these aren’t singles you are buying, they are bets that require multiple outcomes to go in your favor.
So with Andrew knowing as much info as your regular punter, you have no reason to trust his tips.
To sum up though, if you buy a prediction from him, you won’t make money from it, unless you are incredibly lucky.
3. Andrew Lies To Get You To Pay Him For Predictions
Now obviously we have already had a deep dive into what the issue is with FSA Predictions VIP.
However what this guy also does is pull every trick out of the book to get you to send over your hard earned money.
If you don’t fall for the initial ‘fake’ proof of him winning thousands of bets, that he has recalled in his group.
He entices you by saying that you will get a refund if you don’t win.
Since Andrew knows full well you won’t since he isn’t giving you a winning acca, he therefore does a runner with peoples money.
The key is here, that Andrew isn’t actually a professional tipster, in fact he makes all his money by selling the dream that you can bet for a really comfortable living.
Put simply FSA Predictions VIP is a scam that is run by Andrew Walls who instead of making people money is taking there money instead.
Now I wrote this post, because when I typed this group into the internet, I didn’t see any info about it, which got me skeptical right off the bat.
However if you have come across his group or Andrew his self, now you know what he is really about and why giving him a cent of your money is definety not worth it.