"Mr. Price has been given the "Billy Walters treatment" by the betting establishments in the Las Vegas area, due to his distinct ability to pick winners and cost casinos millions."

We get asked all the time if that guy on the CNBC television show Money talks is real. Well he is a real person but his name is not Steve Stevens it is actually Darin Notaro. There was a story that came out about all of his records faked and that his success was all made up for the T.V. show. We treat sports betting as an investment. Stevens showcases it as a gamble. We teach you how to treat gambling as an investment decision that is profitable and not trouble.

Records and historical profits that we have made our clients showcases that year in and year out we make our clients money. It is not easy and is always a grind but with hard work and persistence it does pay off.

Money Talks on CNBC – Is It For Real?

The people do not use real names and the money bet on is not confirmed. We showcase real sports betting tickets and operate as an investment advisory service that sells sports betting information. You make money we get a percentage and everybody is happy. Let us earn your trust up front and you pay us later. Call in for a free consultation today.