March 30, 2007 at 07:52 #1252
I received another letter from Jeff Laughton this morning…
You may remember that I have now contacted you several times regarding my own horses (I have so far had 41 winners with them, including 13 in 2006, IMPERIALISTIC was backed from 25-1 – 12-1 when she won for me in the summer and SMART ASS who won 2 races for me in December).
As I didn’t receive a phone call from you on the Saturday morning I assumed that you either did not receive the letter in time or that you were not able to get through on the phone lines that morning as it was particularly busy.
I am writing to inform you of another ‘job’ that will be done this coming weekend (Saturday 31 March).
Someone very, very closely involved with this horse has now called me 4 times in the last 10 days following every piece of work it has done recently. To say he is excited about this week’s run is a major understatement. He will not have this horse beaten (I’m sure the RSPCA will be pleased to hear that) under any circumstances and tells me that it is a 10 star nap and will win without coming off the bridle.
If you have never got involved like this before, i urge you to try it this once. I will be placing Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â£1,000 at first show for my contact who has, in the last 12 months, given me 8 confident pieces of information. Only 2 got beaten but I have never known him this confident.
If you want to get involved, you would only have to place a Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â£30 bet on my behalf and send the win part of the bet, obviously keeping your original stake. Youy would also back the horse yourself. Hence FREE top class INSIDE INFORMATION.
I’ve taken the trouble to reply..
<br>Dear Jeff Laughton (chancer)
I didn’t call you on Saturday morning as I was too busy p**s
ing myself laughing at the content of your last letter.
Please stop sending me this garbage as the postman has started to complain about the strong smell of bulls**t
emanating from your envelopes.
<br>Sad and amazing to think that people are taken in by this sort of mailshot, often losing thousands.March 30, 2007 at 07:55 #49706betlargeParticipant
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Some people have no trust. I’ve just had a grand on SP.
And it was with your crew.
MikeMarch 30, 2007 at 08:51 #49707barry dennisMember
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i’ll back it with meself if you tell me who it isMarch 30, 2007 at 09:52 #49709Sailing ShoesMember
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If you have indeed returned a letter to Mr chancer pants… Was the address a free-post?
If so, it might be worth sending him something rather heavy or bothersome as being free-post, he will have to pay the charge on delivery.
It is safe to say I no longer recieve many mails**t
s… :biggrin:March 30, 2007 at 09:54 #49710apracingParticipant
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<br>I suspect that if twenty of us took up this generous offer, we might have every horse in the Lincoln covered between us!
APMarch 30, 2007 at 12:19 #49713Sailing ShoesMember
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Quote: from apracing on 10:54 am on Mar. 30, 2007[br]<br>I suspect that if twenty of us took up this generous offer, we might have every horse in the Lincoln covered between us!
:biggrin:March 30, 2007 at 12:58 #49714
Alan – I suspect you’re right.
Sailing Shoes – that’s a blinding idea – think I’ll send several letters.March 30, 2007 at 21:35 #49717witParticipant
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While odds-to services have been laid bare ever since Bob Hope in The Lemon Drop Kid (1951) did exactly what AP has indicated, to be fair to Mr Laughton, he doesn’t exactly seem to be hiding himself.
He is recorded as pursuing a career as Entertainment Agent through BigWigs Entertainment at the same time as he pursues a career as Racing Tipster through BigWigs Bloodstock.
He and his family are all very publicly registered at the residential address and phone number set out in the entries for Big Wigs at Inglewood Coach House in Stalybridge here:
<br>He’s also listed as a Tipster in connection with a company called Victorangle since 1996.
None of which is a recommendation for his service, but he at least seems comfortable enough in what he’s doing to use his real name.
wit<br>(coincidental recipient of first letter from him this morning)March 31, 2007 at 14:48 #49718jrmcvicMember
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You should have taken Jeffs advice, his horse won at 7/2. Not all of the public are fools mate, I won close to a grand thanks to jeff!March 31, 2007 at 15:13 #49720davidjohnsonMember
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Yes, thanks Jeff. I’m now smoking Cuban cigars and drinking Champagne thanks to Jeff. Shows what all you cynics know. When do I next ring Jeff mate?March 31, 2007 at 15:25 #49721MatronParticipant
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Jeff, is going proof all his tips on here for a month?
This will prove to us all how good he is.
Regards – Matron<br>:cool:March 31, 2007 at 15:44 #49723davidjohnsonMember
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No it won’t. Fair play to the bloke if he’s going to proof them but whether he wins 20 pts or loses 20 pts in a month won’t tell us anything really.March 31, 2007 at 15:51 #49724betlargeParticipant
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You should have taken Jeffs advice, his horse won at 7/2. Not all of the public are fools mate, I won close to a grand thanks to jeff!
<br>Mounty, you owe me three-and-a-half!!!!
MikeMarch 31, 2007 at 17:58 #49726PerpetualParticipant
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Quote: from Sailing Shoes on 10:52 am on Mar. 30, 2007[br]Mounty,
If so, it might be worth sending him something rather heavy or bothersome as being free-post, he will have to pay the charge on delivery. <br> <br>
I usually send a spoonful of Singapore Noodles or similar. Is it an offence to send oriental food via the Royal Mail?March 31, 2007 at 20:01 #49728
Mike, cheque’s in the post – though I might have forgotten to put the correct postage on.
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