Gold Crescent contacted me earlier this year claiming to be a software company, who have developed a horse racing program that produced outstanding winning results. They claimed that with a starting capital of $1,000.00, I would make a profit of $71,753.28 in twelve months. I have been using their service for the past eight months, and I have loss of $1,000.00.
The cost of the program was $9,900.00 and as a special promotion they would sell it to me for $4,950.00, which also included a money back guarantee if their selections didn't meet their advertised returns and also a refund of lost money. Because of their loosing selections, they provided me with an extra $500.00 to continue betting with, which had also resulted in loses.
It is obvious that this company can not ever produce the results that they are claiming. There information is false, misleading and designed to take advantage of investors who have very little experience with the horse racing industry.
Companies like this should not be allowed to exist and scam people dishonestly with claims of unachievable returns. I have contacted the company on several occasions requesting a refund according to the terms and conditions of the purchase agreement. To this point they have refused to refund me any money.
The irony of this sad, sorry situation is that there are free horse racing tips available on the internet, which outperform the pathetic losing selections that this company constantly recommends.