63 Comments

  1. luke

    August 2, 2017
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    Matt
    If your player loses 50%.. Do you cash in and then claim the remaining amount? When do you need to put the claim in by? Interested in trying this

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 2, 2017
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      Hi Luke. They will only process the refund once your players have been sold and your portfolio is empty. As long as you submit your claim within 7 days of your initial deposit, they'll refund your losses up to a maximum of £500.00...

      '7) To request a refund:

      a) Please contact Customer Support support@footballindex.co.uk within 7 days of your first deposit.

      b) A Customer Support Representative will provide instructions on liquidating your portfolio.

      c) Once your portfolio is empty we will refund any losses and commission up to a maximum of £500.

      d) Your account will be credited within 48 hours with funds (up to £500) totalling your deposits during the Trade Risk Free Period of 7 days.'

      • luke

        August 2, 2017
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        Ok so i need to make a profit or lose all the deposited funds? Sorry just with it being a high amount i want to make sure i understand it correctly. I have the funds to do this so could be a nice earner

        • luke

          August 2, 2017
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          Matt sorry just read your guide totally makes sense now just looking to see what the best time to do the offer is... Has the £500 offer being going long?

          • Matt

            Matt

            August 2, 2017
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            The aim is to make a quick profit Luke. If you do happen to make a loss, those losses will be refunded in cash. The £500.00 risk-free offer has been around since July last year and is currently scheduled to run until 31st December 2017.

  2. Cameron

    August 2, 2017
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    Hi Matt,

    Would I not be better off waiting until next weekend for the start of the premier league season before signing up to this? Also if I'm allowed up to 500 of loses how much should I be putting in? Was thinking 1000 but seems unlikely that would lose half the value but then 2000 seems like a lot. Any tips would be great!

    Thanks for all your help!

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 2, 2017
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      There's no need to deposit any more than £500.00 Cameron. If you deposit more than £500.00, you're not completely covered by the risk-free offer. Share prices are driven up and down by users buying and selling players, so with all the transfer speculation flying around, now is the perfect time to give this a go. It's also ideal to get this one out of the way in order to free up your bankroll for the start of the new season.

      • Cameron

        August 2, 2017
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        Thanks for the reply Matt!

        Ended up going for 100 Countinhios and 120 Lemars hoping for a lot of transfer speculation around both! Fingers crossed!

        • Matt

          Matt

          August 3, 2017
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          Good luck Cameron.

  3. Chris

    August 2, 2017
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    Are any refunds subject to any conditions before we can withdraw?

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 2, 2017
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      No Chris, they just restore your balance up to a maximum of £500.00 and you can withdraw that straight away if you wish.

  4. David

    August 2, 2017
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    Neymar would've been a good one?!

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 3, 2017
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      He certainly would have been David. Currently priced at £5.38 a share, he was as low as £0.97 towards the start of the year!

  5. Harry

    August 3, 2017
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    Hi Matt
    So after reading your guide
    If we buy shares in a player who then falls out of 1st team then do their value go to zero?
    Does it stay zero until they back in the squad or do we just lose anything we bought on them👏?

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 3, 2017
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      Hi Harry. If your player is relegated from the 1st team, you lose the value of those shares completely. Obviously you're covered against this during the 7-day risk-free period.

  6. John T

    August 3, 2017
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    Hi Matt. Have just done this offer. I see you can only buy 100 futures of any player at at time. Unless I've missed something? Then you can keep buying more up to the limit of your funds. And the price creeps up the more you buy. It's fun though.

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 3, 2017
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      That's correct John.

  7. Jamie

    August 3, 2017
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    Is this legit? Never heard of this and seems suspicious they would refund £500

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 3, 2017
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      It's fast becoming a very popular site Jamie. I've been trading with them since the start of the year. In theory, it is possible to lose £500.00 within the 7-day period but in practice it's very unlikely. The refund amounts are more likely to be in the region of anything from £0.00 to £200.00. Of course, the hope is that newbies will enjoy the platform and keep investing beyond the 7-day trial period.

  8. robin

    August 3, 2017
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    hi matt
    does the offer only apply to your first deposit or all deposits up to 500 pound in the first week.

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 3, 2017
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      I believe it applies to all deposits within 7 days of your first deposit Robin...

      1) The Trade Risk Free Offer is based on a New Customer’s deposits at Football INDEX during the 7 day Risk Free Period.
      6) Risk Free Period is 7 days from the date of your first deposit.

  9. Jack

    August 3, 2017
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    Just deposited £500. I don't wanna mess around so wanna just do the whole lot on one player. I don't really understand it though so can someone suggest who they think is good to buy? And do I do 1st team or buzz? Thanks

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 4, 2017
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      Hi Jack. I'd recommend you have a read through my Football INDEX Review page which gives a detailed explanation of how things work. You can only purchase shares in 1st Team players. The Buzz is a daily league table of media exposure and anyone holding shares in any of the top 3 players will receive a dividend.

  10. Mike

    August 4, 2017
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    Think I will wait until transfer deadline day coincides with the seven days, should make it a bit more interesting !

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 4, 2017
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      It's up to you Mike. In my experience though, speculation drives prices up a lot more than confirmed transfers. The old adage "Buy on the rumour, sell on the news" is very apt.

      • Mike

        August 4, 2017
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        But wouldn't "selling on the news" being selling when the deal is done ? So leave deadline day as day 5 or 6, and buy on the run up to it ?

        • Matt

          Matt

          August 5, 2017
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          Yes you should be fine if you give yourself a few days beforehand. Also, I wasn't trading this time last year but I imagine any new signings that hit the ground running performance-wise will do very well.

  11. Tom

    August 5, 2017
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    I am new to this site and have clicked on the offer banner. Can't find the T&Cs on the footballindex site for this offer. Am I missing something

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 5, 2017
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      If you remove 'stockmarket' from the URL, you'll find the terms at bottom of that page Tom. I must admit, the navigation could be better in that respect.

  12. Tony L

    August 5, 2017
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    Just deposited £500, I'm left over with 35 pence in my bank after buying shares which I assume isn't a problem. If I wait to the sixth day and my player had decreased in value, do I still sell all my shares then email asking for a refund back up to £500? Probably obvious but it wasn't too clear in the guide and want to be sure. Thanks!

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 6, 2017
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      Yes that's correct Tony.

  13. James Eley

    August 5, 2017
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    So if my share(s) make a profit in the first couple of days I can sell them and withdraw the £500 plus my share profits or will I need to e-mail to withdraw the lot. I am just worried about loosing all my money should the unthinkable happen and I am unable to e-mail them before the 7 days are up.

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 6, 2017
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      Once you've sold your shares, you can withdraw your cash balance whenever you like James, it's your money. You only need to email them if you're claiming a refund on losses within 7 days of your first deposit.

      • James

        August 7, 2017
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        Ok I understand but does that e-mail have to be sent to them before the 7 days are up? Or can I e-mail them anytime after to recoup the losses incurred in the 7 days? Thanks

        • Matt

          Matt

          August 8, 2017
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          You have to email them before the 7 days are up.

  14. luke

    August 6, 2017
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    Currently losing £47 on this.. Bale and Coutinho don't seem to have been good choices. Fingers cross they pay it back on Wednesday.. Don't think this is really for me but worth ago

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 6, 2017
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      Bale might come good yet Luke if the speculation linking him to the Premier League picks up. Not so sure about Coutinho. I prefer to go for players who might be inbound rather than outbound as they're likely to get more media coverage and therefore more Buzz wins.

  15. Dave

    August 7, 2017
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    I think this a good time have go as the season starts this weekend as your player my have a great weekend or get a transfer. Sale at a profit or if not sale and email for a refund on Sunday night. I went Philippe Coutinho as may get a transfer and Nemanja Matic who may do well for Man Utd. As the bottom 2 on Friday go down (unless locked) I did see Andrés Iniesta is at 197 so may go down into the squad!

  16. Chris

    August 7, 2017
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    Has anyone had to claim a refund before and is it that straight forward?

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 8, 2017
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      I had no issues Chris, it's just a case of selling your shares and dropping them an email.

  17. Matty J

    August 8, 2017
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    I lost £37.20 in my weeks trial. I've just put a request into support for a refund. I'll let you know how smoothly this and the subsequent withdrawal goes.

    It's not a game for me, but was worth a shot.

    • Matty J

      August 8, 2017
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      I've received my refund, and put in a withdraw request. Gone smoothly so far.

  18. Chris

    Chris

    August 9, 2017
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    I've been rubbish at this too, £36 down after a day.
    Not sure how people choose what players to go for, transfer speculation doesn't appear to be that much of a factor as I've lost money on Van Dijk and Coutinho.
    Anyway will let it run especially as its start of the season this weekend but looks like I'll be requesting a refund.

  19. Simon

    August 10, 2017
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    Good Morning, is the offer still running as it isn't showing on the page as it would with a Welcome Offer on a betting site. I'm looking forward to giving this a go. I would put some shares in Zlatan in short term as it looks as though he is going to sign a new deal. I would also hold out on Coutinho as I think Barca will make it happen and speculation isnt going to go away. It may even happen as late as deadline day.

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 10, 2017
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      Yes the offer is still available Simon. If you remove the /stockmarket... part from the URL, you should see the offer and terms.

  20. Chris

    August 10, 2017
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    If you are down in terms of profit do you need to withdraw and then email them, or email them first? I just want to make sure I'd not be doing myself out of any cash by breaking the Ts and Cs

    • Dave

      August 10, 2017
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      Chris, it's just a case of selling your shares and dropping them an email.

      • Chris

        August 10, 2017
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        Cheers

      • Chris

        August 10, 2017
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        Signed up 10 minutes ago and got a £7.16 profit. Let's hope this keeps up!

  21. luke

    August 10, 2017
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    Fyi I did this offer and had around a £55 loss. Emailed them after selling my remaining shares. They topped the balance to £500 and I have just withdrawn it. Says it should be 2-4 days. Really nice website and I might actually use it later in the season as a full season bet. £20 just to pay with over the long term as I reckon you could make a couple of quid and its something to keep me watching players for my company dream team

  22. Matty J

    August 11, 2017
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    Have received my full refund of £500 to my bank now.

  23. gareth

    August 12, 2017
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    hi, regards above. I note that Coutinho is currently trading at £3.43. Should he go to Barca would his stock definitely rise and to, (very approximately), what price? My thinking is that he is around 5/6 each of to stay or go so I am wondering whether I could almost lay the bet by backing him to stay at 5/6?
    Thanks,

    Gareth

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 12, 2017
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      I wouldn't advise that Gareth. It's impossible to know for sure which way players are going to fluctuate and to what extent. A lot of the transfer speculation will already be factored into his share price and should he make the move, it's possible that a few people would sell their stock which could bring his share price down.

  24. Luke

    August 12, 2017
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    just got cash into my bank. Very good site and service.

  25. Dave

    August 13, 2017
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    Thinking of trying this offer with Coutinho end of the week, anyone advise me not to? I mean if his price does drop/he doesn't go I can just hit the refund yeah?

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 13, 2017
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      Yes exactly Dave.

  26. John T

    August 13, 2017
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    Hi Matt. Don't want to put too much of a dampener on this offer but the quoted profit is not what you will end up receiving when you try to sell. As with buying, you can't sell more than 100 futures at a time; and the sell price pretty much drops with ever 100 you sell when you use 'instant sell'. I had £79 profit showing on my £500 but by the time I'd converted it to cash my profit had reduced to £38. I did not try joining the 'sell queue' however so I don't know if this option works better ?

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 13, 2017
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      Yes you need to account for commission when selling your shares John. I would always recommend joining the 'sell queue' when selling shares. You lose more value when selling instantly as you're taking a lower price to offload them quickly. With the sell queue, you may have to wait a bit longer for other users to snap them up but you generally get a much better price.

      • John T

        August 14, 2017
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        Cheers Matt.

  27. Ben T

    August 14, 2017
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    @John T, if you sell any shares you have in small quantities (eg 20-40) you wont send the price down and you'll maximise profits. Also, always avoid instant selling and just offer them to the market. (They'll sell quickly anyway as the market is very liquid). Great idea and I'm 100% going to carry on using the platform, its been a license to print money so far.

    • John T

      August 14, 2017
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      Thanks for that Ben T and I hope your success continues.

    • Chris

      August 14, 2017
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      Who did you invest in Ben? I had quite an increase on day one but then overnight it became a loss and never recovered. Having to ask for money back now.

  28. Chris

    August 15, 2017
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    Anyone looking to do this I'd suggest paper trading before signing up. Took me a few weeks to work out trends etc


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