Accumulator Generator is the latest in a long line of Mike Cruickshank betting products. The main focus of the system is to make money from free bets, claimed using acca insurance offers.
There are various techniques you can use with Accumulator Generator, but the most popular one, and the one I would recommend to anybody just starting out, is the technique used to claim the free bets.
An example of how Accumulator Generator free bets technique works, can be seen below. Starting today (2nd May), with William Hill, you would place your 5-fold acca on the below matches.
Brighton v Derby
Dukla Trencin v Spartak Trnava
Napoli v Atalanta
Eintracht Frankfurt v Borussia Dortmund
Lille v Guingamp
Barcelona v Espanyol
The total acca odds to back are 5.075, with total lay odds of 5.549, which would result in a loss of around £2.00. Details of how much you would need to back and lay are shown in the below screenshot.
This Acca bet has to be placed before 2pm today, with Brighton V Derby an early start. It is the first one of 11 pages (there is 20 Acca’s on every page) of Acca’s you can use to attempt to get free bets over the next few days alone. That’s over 200 Acca bets you can choose from to place over the next week.
This just goes to show how much money can be made from the Accumulator Generator football betting system.
The main aim of the system is to not lose. This is why we need to cover our accumulator bets. Once you have done that, you simply sit back and hope that the acca loses by one, meaning we then get a free bet. Just think how much risk free cash can be made by doing this numerous times, with numerous different bookmakers!
You can find your own acca bets, or you can let Accumulator Generator do it all for you. Personally, I would find my own bets, and try and complete them in a day to two at the most.
Accumulator Generator Trial
You can now try out the Accumulator Generator Betting System for just £1.00 + Vat, for 14 days. This is an excellent offer if you are a bit reluctant to fork out the full subscription amount before seeing how the system works.
You then have two options. If you don’t want to keep Accumulator Generator, then simply contact customer services and cancel your order before the end of the 14 days.
While if you decide to keep the system, then do nothing, and you will be billed the remaining £148.99 + Vat (one off lifetime payment) at the end of the 14 days. By the end of the two week trial you should be well on your way to making your subscription money back, and you will have seen for yourself how the system works, and what a cash cow it is set to be.