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Frequently Asked Questions

Q.    What is JCapper?
A.    JCapper is a database driven Handicapping Software package. Its simple interface makes true database handicapping possible for the non-programmer. JCapper will create databases using the player's own data and results files as the source. The JCapper user can use the JCapper Data Window to query databases and discover the precise factors that are working (or not working) at specific tracks, distances, surfaces, and race types. JCapper's UDM Wizard empowers the player to create UDMs (User Defined Models) so that JCapper can do what it was designed to do best: Quickly point the player to those horses on race day that fit the exact UDM Definitions determined by the player's own research.

Q.    What's a UDM?
A.    A UDM or User Defined Model is an electronic definition, stored for frequent use, that describes a handicapping method in exact detail. In JCapper, users can create UDMs for specific tracks, distances, surfaces, and classes. UDMs can also be created to exploit the patterns of specific trainers, riders, and owners. Users can set factor constraints using rank, numeric value, and gap for any of the individual factors supported by JCapper. UDM definitions can be created using any of the factors in combination with each other. A UDM can be as as generic or as specific as the player desires.

A well thought out UDM is a thing of beauty and a true reflection of the player's preferred individual handicapping style.

Q.    What type of Data Files does JCapper use and who are the data providers?
A.    JCapper currently supports the following third party past performance data file types:
  1. HDW JCapper Data File
  2. Brisnet DRF Single Format Data File (file extension: .DRF)
  3. Brisnet Multicaps Data File (file extension: .MCP)
Additionally, as part of the Build Database routine, JCapper creates a JCapper .DAT data file for each past performance and results data file found by the Database Builder on the pointed to folder. The JCapper .DAT data file is a special file type that contains both past performance and results data. When loaded as a race card with the JCapper Card Loader, the JCapper .DAT data file enables results (odds, placings, and payoffs) to be displayed on the HTML Report.

JCapper currently supports the following third party results data file types:
  1. HDW Text Charts Results File
  2. Bris Exotic Results Data File (file extension: .XRD)
What are the differences between the various data file types? Can I expect a difference in performance if I choose one data file type over the other? If so, why?
  • On March 01, 2010 I posted the following announcement at

    I am very pleased to make the following announcement:

    Starting today, Monday March 01, 2010 - HDW is now offering monthly data subscription plans to JCapper customers.

    The price is $119.00 a month... unlimited file downloads... data and results... covering virtually all tracks in North America where thoroughbred races are run.

    HDW's contact info:

    HDW Inc.
    100 Farmers Bank Square
    Suite 120
    Georgetown, Ky 40324

    phone: 502-570-0333

    If you are a JCapper Registered Program Owner, you now have a choice when it comes to data providers... consider signing up. Also, consider reading the HDW Beta testing thread in the private area of the JCapper msg board where you'll find some useful information.

  • Q. Do you recommend using the files of one data provider over another?
    A. Yes. HDW.

  • Q. Which data files do you use for your own live play?
    A. HDW.

  • Q. Why?
    A. I did significant R&D before making decisions about what would go into files being cut by HDW for JCapper customers. Without going into too much detail... I'll just say that I was able to get HDW to insert proprietary information that I had been using outside of JCapper into the files they produce for JCapper customers.

    The result?... I was able to write new algorithms to take advantage of this information... which in turn enabled me to produce new factors for JCapper-HDW customers that can be found nowhere else.

    If you are are a Registered JCapper Program Owner you are of course given access to the private section of the JCapper Message Board where discussion about these new factors takes place and where actual numbers for these factors are regularly posted.

    That said, good results can be obtained using JCapper with Brisnet data too. However, large sample database testing very clearly shows superior results are availble to those using JCapper-HDW files over what can be expected by those using Brisnet files.

  • Q. Why did you initially decide to offer support for HDW data after supporting Brisnet data for so long?
    A. From 2003 through the end of 2009, all of the algorithms in JCapper were developed using R&D based on results obtained with data extracted from the $1.00 Bris DRF Single Format Data Files and 25 cent Exotic Results Data Files.

    However, Industry developments during 2008-2009 caused me to seek alternate data sources. In 2008, CDI/Twinspires acquired Brisnet and TSN. In 2009, CDI/Twinspires announced they were downsizing/eliminating TSN. This meant elimination of the TSN Procaps file which was being used by about half of all JCapper customers. CDI/Twinspires mitigated this somewhat by announcing existing TSN Procaps subscribers would be "grandfathered in" by being allowed to use the Brisnet .MCP file as a replacement for the no longer available TSN Procaps file.

    However, CDI/Twinspires also specifically stated in their announcement that this offer could not be guaranteed beyond year end 2010... Meaning that hundreds of TSN subscribers might be left high and dry come the end of 2010.
What are the pricing differences between Brisnet and HDW?
  1. Brisnet file users are not locked into a data subscription plan and only pay for the individual data files they download. Visit the Brisnet website for details about pricing.

  2. HDW data files are available by monthly subscription only. The price is $119.00 a month... unlimited downloads.... data and results... all tracks everywhere.
Where can I obtain JCapper compatible data files?
  1. Bloodstock Research, Inc. (

  2. Handicapper's Data Warehouse

Q.    Is there a learning curve for creating, testing, and editing UDMs?
A.    Yes. A learning curve is involved. Actually, there are two learning curves involved. The first involves simply learning how to use the software to create, test, and edit UDMs. The second involves elevating your game by learning how to create good UDMs.

1. Creating UDMs in JCapper --

The Profile Table Interface:
UDM Definitions are stored in the Profile Table.

The Profile Table Interface is a datasheet offering several different views of the Profile Table and is designed to enable you to key entries for UDM Definitions directly into the Profile Table. It has a similar look and feel to what you would see if you were to open the Profile Table in Microsoft Access. (If you have Microsoft Access installed on your machine you can create and edit UDMS directly with Access.)

The UDM Wizard in text or Playlist File Mode:
Operating the UDM Wizard in Playlist File Mode is simple and straighforward.

UDMs are created by giving the UDM a name and selecting factors from a drop down. After the selected factor comes up, you key min and max values for factor rank, factor gap, and factor numeric value into textboxes, check a box to make the current factor active, and then click the Save button to persist your work to the table.

The UDM Wizard in SQL Mode:
In SQL Mode operating the UDM Wizard requires that you know something about the SQL programming language.

UDMs are created by bringing up the SQL Expression Tool, keying a sql expression into a textbox, and clicking the Save button.

The sql expressions that you use to drive a SQL UDM can be simple. For example, if you are using HDW data, the following expression can be used to create a UDM that flags first time starters trained by Todd Pletcher:


SQL UDMs can also be far more complex than that. (Many of the better ones I use involve OR conditionals, perform math, and are dozens of lines long.)

Whether you are using the Profile Table Interface or the UDM Wizard, operating in Playlist File Mode or SQL Mode, the actual act of creating and editing UDMs is not hard to do at all. (It's actually the easy part.)

2. Creating Good UDMs --
The learning curve for creating good UDMs is more involved. Performance of any UDM going forward in time after its create date or tag date is tied to implementing causal factors into the UDM Definition at the outset. A good UDM should be based on a solid handicapping premise - preferably something not well reflected in the odds.

Past success with a UDM using old data should never be viewed as a guarantee of future success. Care must be taken during UDM creation and testing to avoid backfitting. After a UDM Definition has been finalized, the UDM should be further tested on a validation data sample going forward in time using fresh races before actual money is risked at the windows.

Knowledge of how to create viable UDMs is something that must be learned. Such knowledge comes from and grows with experience.

In my opinion, an understanding of how factors shape race outcomes is a requirement for creating viable UDMs.

Such an understanding only comes from study. The player who puts in the time testing combinations of factors with the Data Window becomes a student of the game.

In my opinion, UDMs are an integral part of a feedback loop:

• Data Window research using a development sample.

• Creating a model based on observations from the development sample.

• Validating the model. Measure performance going forward in time after the model's create date. Confront the model with fresh races from a separate validation sample.

• Only after successful validation should you even consider using a model for live play.

• Record keeping. Make an ongoing comprehensive analysis of your wager history after live play has begun.

• Make incremental improvements to the model and your game based on insights gleaned from wager history analysis. Be willing to adapt as conditions change. Be willing to jump back into the above loop as needed.



Q.    What is UPR?
A.    JCapper's IVTable Wizard is an interface where the user willing to put in the time to do the requisite research (yes, it's called WORK) can create his (or her) own user defined power rating or UPR.

The IVTable Wizard gives you the user the ability to take exisiting JCapper factors (about 50 factors are enabled so far) and use them like building blocks to construct a power rating that is unique to you. You decide what factors go into your power rating... whether you use rank, numeric value, or gap (or all three)... you the user also get to decide how to weight your factors along with the impact values you want them to have in your overall factor mix. You decide whether a factor is or isn't applied to specific race types (class, distance, surface.)

After making table entries that define your UPR, you can rebuild a database, and then use the Data Window to run queries against that database... and see the strengths (and weaknesses) of your UPR. You can also use UPR as a "grabbable" factor when you create UDMs in the UDM Wizard. Yes, it's work, but JCapper users who have put in the time and effort are reporting that they have been able to create their own custom power rating that is superior to JPR. And because their UPR is theirs and theirs alone they have very little to worry about in terms of new money from other JCapper users landing on their horses in the pools.


Q.    This sounds pretty good in theory. But it also sounds pretty involved. Is there a learning curve and can you describe it?
A.    I won't blow smoke at you. JCapper can help you take your game to the very highest level there is. But it WILL take a serious commitment in terms of time and effort (work) on your part.

The first part of the learning curve is the easiest... simple program operation:
  • Using the File Downloader to download (and unzip) files.
  • Using the File Unzipper to find and unzip files at will.
  • Processing scratches and changes.
  • Loading files and running a calc races routine.
  • Understanding the Reports.
  • Using the Database Builder to build a database.
  • Using the Data Window to query a database.
  • Running Data Window Exports and generating reports for Trainers, Riders, and Owners.
  • Running Data Window Exports to generate Track Profile reports.
  • Using the UDM Wizard to create simple basic UDMs.

The next part of the learning curve takes a little experience. By the way it's where a lot of players tend to stagnate once they get this far - not because they don't want to improve - but because they have lives and families.
  • Following the examples in the Help Docs and Podcasts, using the UDM Wizard to create their own positive expectation UDMs.
  • Following the examples in the Help Docs and Podcasts, using the UDM Wizard to create their own negative expectation UDMs.
  • Using the Data Window and UDM Wizard in tandem to tune their own positive and negative expectation UDMs.
  • Having fun while enjoying a little sporadic success with live play.

And finally, some of the advanced stuff:
  • Understanding Track Profile reports.
  • After reading the Finding an Edge Help Doc, creating UDMs only when they are based on a solid handicapping premise - and using hidden and obvious positives in those UDMs.
  • Following the concepts in the Finding an Edge Help Doc, using the IVTable Wizard to create a UPR that outperforms JPR.
  • Understanding Tight Model UDMs, Loose Model UDMs, and Layering.
  • Using Validation Samples before taking UDMs live.
  • Determining percentage of bankroll for each bet based on strength of play.
  • Becoming a disciplined player - using the Live Play Module to make intelligent play or pass decisions at crunch time.
  • Carrying an edge into the long run and growing a small bankroll into a large one.

I can assure you JCapper Platinum comes with the tools that really can help you improve your game. But it always amazes me how little true effort most players are actually willing to put in. Those few who do make a serious commitment in terms of time and effort - THOSE are the ones who mysteriously manage to change their games for the better.


Q.    How can I shorten the learning curve?
A.    JCapper 101 Class Outline - The easiest way to shorten the learning curve is to start out by working all the way through the JCapper 101 Class Outline found in the Demo User Quick Start Guide Help Doc. The "class" itself is self paced. Follow the Outline and learn the material one topic at a time in the order in which the material is presented. During the "Class" You'll be watching Videos, reading the recommended Help Docs, and working "hands on" with the program. After you've learned (understand) one topic, then move on to the next one. At the end of the Class you should have a very good understanding of how to use JCapper.

More importantly, you will have increased your understanding of this game.

Q.    What if I have questions about something I can't find in the Videos or the Help Docs?
A.    The only stupid questions are the ones we are too shy to ask.
  1. Post your questions in the JCapper 101 section of the JCapper Message Board.
    I'm an extremely busy guy. Even so I try to read the JCapper Message Board at least once a day. We just happen to have an active and friendly JCapper community reading the message board. Many times somebody from the community will answer a question before I even get the chance to read it.

  2. Email your questions to me.
    I try to check my JCapper email inbox at least once a day. If you email a question to me I'll email you back with an answer - usually within 24 hours.

Bottom Line: - If you have questions or need help with the program - ask.

Q.    Does JCapper generate an odds line?
A.    Yes. JCapper contains several probability algorithms that generate accurate odds lines:
  • AProbOL - the JRating based odds line found in the original program.

  • JPRMLProb - a JPR based odds line introduced with JCapper2007.

  • JPRToteProb - an odds line combining both JPR and post time odds introduced with JCapper2007.

  • UPRMLProb - a UPR based odds line introduced with JCapper2007.

  • UPRToteProb - an odds line combining both UPR and post time odds introduced with JCapper2007.

  • UPRZscoreProb - an odds line based on the normalized ZScores (probability distribution) of the UPR numeric values in each race - Introduced with JCapper 2008.

  • BettorsToteProb - an extremely accurate odds line combining both UPR and post time odds introduced with JCapper2008.

  • BettorsToteProb_HDW - an even more accurate odds line utilizing mutliple probability estimates derived from JCapper's Consensus Power Rating, proprietary information found in HDW JCapper data files, and post time odds. (HDW subscribers only.)

In addition, JCapper Platinum generates and presents the following numbers for play or pass decision making in the Live Play Module:
  • Expected Value - BettorsToteProb_HDW
  • Expected Value - BettorsToteProb
  • Expected Value - UPRZScoreProb
  • Expected Value - JPRToteProb
  • Expected Value - UPRToteProb
The above expected value numbers represent projected ROI expressed as a ratio equal to the expected payoff divided by the cost of a bet. In this info model expected payoff is equal to mutuel payoff times probability of a win (where probability of a win is derived from the odds line being used.)

Any number greater than 1.0 represents a theoretical overlay. However, real world experience has shown that each individual UDM will have its own unique cutoff, which can be higher than 1.0 or lower, depending on the makeup/mix of factors used in the UDM Definition.

Note: Expected Value - BettorsToteProb_HDW is available to HDW subscribers only.

Q.    I've read the material on your site and notice that there are lots of factors and filters to work with. Testing all of them out would take me forever. Can you help me narrow things down? Is there one approach that your users consistently report having the most success with?
A.    If there's one recommendation to be made for new users it would be this: Take baby steps at first.

When first starting out, learn to become a specialist. Pick out a single distance type at your favorite track. For example, Dirt Sprints at Belmont. Then, use the Data Window and discover what factors work well for that particualr type of race. Build a winning UDM for that one race type only. Test it against Validation Data before risking actual money at the windows.

Add more race types as you get more experience performing research using the Data Window and creating UDMs using the Profile Table Interface. Take baby steps at first and go from there.

Q.    JCapper doesn't appear to have a lot of different screens and reports compared to other handicapping programs. Why not?
A.    JCapper's key strength exists in the Data Window, Profile Table Interface, and Profile Marker. The user performs his or her own research with the Data Window and Profile Table Interface and creates User Defined Models or UDMs based upon what is discovered while performing research. UDMs are permanently stored in the Profile Table as they are created.

Then, each time the Profile Marker is run, any horse found to have a past performance record matching the criteria found in a stored UDM Definition is marked as a potential play. Marked horses are highlighted on all HTML reports and are also displayed on a text report.

Using that information model, there really isn't a need for extra reports. JCapper was designed to do what it does best- quickly point the player to those horses that fit UDM Definitions determined by the player's own research.


Why did you take the original JRating enabled program off the market?
A.    I stopped selling new copies of JCapper to protect my user base.

In January, 2006 I noticed an alarming trend. At tracks all over North America, the program's more obvious JRating rank=1 contenders would open as the heavy favorite when the first flash of betting for a new race was shown on the toteboard. In race after race the top JRating horse would open at 4/5 or 6/5 or 8/5 while the morning line favorite would be something like 7/2 or 4/1. It was obvious that somebody somewhere was playing some very serious money on JRating contenders. On weekends, at tracks like AQU, GP, and SA I'd estimate that between $10,000 and $15,000 in JCapper money alone was landing on these horses in the win pools. Funny thing though. JRating horses aren't locks - not by any stretch of the imagination. They can offer great betting value though. When they do it's because even though they are ugly on paper they contain enough hidden positives that they do outperform the public's expectation of them often enough that the player exercising a little discipline can turn a profit with them. Throughout the months of January and February, 2006 - when I first really started noticing the trend of JRating horses opening as early favorites everywhere, the odds on them would (thankfully) almost always drift up as the betting on each race played out. Many of them went on to win at 7/1 or 12/1 or 15/1 and up after having been the 4/5 or 6/5 favorite in the early betting. But the handwriting was clearly on the wall.

The value of the program's contenders was in jeopardy.

Right now there are exactly 100 Registered JRating enabled copies of JCapper in circulation. I don't know what the true saturation point is. I don't know how many more copies of the original JCapper I could have sold before the program's selections ceased to have value.

In early March, 2006 I decided I didn't want to find out. It was clear that I needed to protect the value of the program's selections - for the benefit of my user base - and for myself. So I pulled JCapper off of the market. The 100th and last JRating enabled copy of JCapper was sold on March 05, 2006. And at this time, I have no plans to make any more copies available - for any reason whatsoever.

Since that time I have focused on using the program instead of marketing. And I'm very happy to report this has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. The rewards for me have been more than just financial. I've discovered something about myself along the way. It's so much more fun to actually walk the walk again - as opposed to being one of those guys who only talks the talk.


Q.    Are you saying that there was enough betting on the top ranked JRating horse to drive the average win mutuel down to the point where you had to pull the program from the market? That's quite a claim. Do you have any hard data to back this up?
A.    I DO have hard numbers that back this up. And I WILL stand by the numbers.

     JRating Rank=1 All starters
2004 .2446 .9771 7.99
2005 .2554 .9586 7.51
2006 .2542 .9280 7.30

I introduced the program in the fall of 2004. Throughout 2004 and 2005 the program was available to anyone yet the average win mutuel of the top JRating horse remained high enough that JRating Rank 1 horses could be played almost blindly (with a rebate) to earn a profit.

Then in January 2006 I began to notice an alarming pattern. JRating Rank 1 horses at all tracks everywhere were getting pounded at the windows. Most of my customers noticed it too. On 3/6/2006 (the day the 100th copy was sold) I decided to pull JCapper off of the market.

     JRating Rank=1 All starters
     1/15/2006 to 3/06/2006
.2563 .9047 7.06

It was the above numbers - during this specific time period - that caused me to pull the program from the market.

Now, here's my direct answer to the question:

Yes, from the time that I first introduced JCapper to the time that I pulled it from the market, there was enough betting on the top ranked JRating horse to drive the average win mutuel down from $7.99 to $7.06 a drop of about 11.6 percent.

A big contributor to this, IMHO, is that horses selected by the JRating algorithm are often ugly on paper and have very little money already riding on them. Many of these horses are longshots and it doesn't take a whole lot of new money to drive their odds down.


Q.    Now that you have released JCapper2007, aren't you worried that the same thing will happen to JPR?
A.    I stopped selling JRating enabled copies of JCapper to protect my user base.

If the same thing starts happening to JPR horses I WILL NOT HESITATE to pull JCapper from the market again. I'd rather err on the safe side and protect the interests of my user base.


Q.    How does JPR (JCapper Power Rating) compare to JRating? I've heard that you purposely "watered it down."
A.    JPR or JCapper Power Rating targets a completely different set of horses than those selected by the JRating. It's a completely separate algorithm. And unlike the JRating algorithm, the complete factor mix and factor weightings and Impact Values that are used to drive JPR are shipped with the software and are completely visible to the user in the IVTable Interface. I chose the factor mix for JPR carefully. JPR horses aren't nearly as ugly on paper as JRating horses. In fact JPR horses already have a significant amount of money riding on them. I'm not saying it won't happen but it's going to take a lot more new money on JPR horses to drive the average win mutuel down than it took to drive the average win mutuel down for JRating horses.

Believe it or not I'll agree with those who refer to JPR as "watered down."

Historically, databases based on Bris files show JPR Rank 1 horses (with no further handicapping whatsoever) winning just under 30 percent of their races while producing a flat bet win roi of just over .9100.

I agree that JPR is "watered down" becasue I purposely did not make it as strong a power rating as I could have.

I didn't want whales to start hammering away at every top ranked JPR horse thinking they could grind out easy profits with rebates. But that doesn't mean JPR can't be used as a component to make profitable UDMs or spot plays. It can. It takes research (work) on the part of the user to find situations where JPR is solidly profitable. But such situations DO exist and the software DOES come with the tools that make this possible.

JPR - JCapper Power Rating even in its "watered down" state was never meant to be the crux of JCapper. Far from it.


Q.    Why are the original Out Of The Box UDMs no longer included in the program?
A.    The two Out Of the Box UDMs that shipped with the original JCapper (back in 2004-2005) were largely based on horses where JRating rank was = 1. When I decided to stop selling JRating enabled copies of JCapper, I removed both UDMs from the download package.

Q.    Are any UDMs included with the Demo Version?
A.    Yes. Several UDMs are included with the Demo Version. Each is based on a sound handicapping premise. And each can be highly useful under the right set of circumstances. Understand that I include them with the intention that new users use them as starting points only - a place to begin. Once a new user starts running them through the Data Window broken out by some of the factors in the program, that new user can't help but figure out ways to improve them. And it's funny how something strange always seems to happen along the way: That user improves his or her understanding about this game in the process. You see that's the entire idea behind JCapper: Giving the JCapper user the tools to do the work (their own R&D) to improve their own game.

Q.    Do you offer a guarantee?
A.    Yes. I stand behind my work. I offer an unconditional 30 day money back guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with me or JCapper for any reason during the first 30 days of your program ownership ask me for a refund and you will get it.

I do not want your money up front.
I would rather you take the FREE 90 Day Demo than pay for a copy of JCapper sight unseen. Purchase a Registered Program Copy of JCapper only after you have taken the time to give JCapper a full evaluation and have made the decision (on your own) that JCapper is right for you.

FREE 90 Day Demo
The Demo Version has one restriction: You can't use it to run same day race reports for live play. You actually have to purchase the program to do that. However, the Demo Version of JCapper Platinum is designed to give you every opportunity to completely evaluate the program and decide (on your own) whether or not JCapper is right for you.

The Demo Version will build databases using your own TSN or BRIS data and results files as the source. You will be able to use the Data Window to run queries against your databases. You will be able to run Data Window Exports and generate Track Profile Reports for every surface and distance at every track that you download. You will be able to run Data Window Exports and generate comprehensive CXN Reports for Trainers, Riders, and Owners. Be forewarned: The Overlooked Trainers Report will inspire you when it comes to new ideas for creating trainer UDMs.

You will be able to use the UDM Wizard to create your own UDMs... and run them through the Data Window to test (and tune) their performance.

You will be able to load JCapper.dat files (created when you build datbases) into the program and run Calc Races routines and see race day reports (with results on them) for prior days. You WILL have access to the Help Docs and Podcasts at If you spend the time with the Demo Version you'll have every opportunity to decide for yourself whether or not JCapper is right for you. And if you are paying attention you'll very likely learn many new things about this game along the way.

The price for JCapper Platinum is $695.00. When you decide to buy the program while taking the demo, contact me, and I will activate your user account (usually within 24 hours) so that you can have FULL access to ALL areas of the program - and use it to run same day race reports for live play.

I think you'll discover that building UDMs that start from a solid handicapping premise and using the raw numbers generated by JCapper Platinum such as JPR AFR CFA PMI CPace CXN, and QRating, etc. in your UDMs to reinforce that premise, will get you quality contenders and single selections. Then, making value based play or pass decisions about your UDM selections during live play using factors from the Live Play Module such as BettorsToteProb, UPRZScoreProb, JPRMLProb, JPRToteProb, etc. will get you results that are vastly superior to anything else being offered. Add true database capability to the mix and the ability to create your own UserFactors and Power Rating (UPR) and (hopefully) you'll begin to understand why JCapper Platinum is truly a phenomenal achievement in thoroughbred handicapping software.

What You Can Expect From Me as a Registered Program Owner
1. A commitment, to the best of my ability, to make your JCapper ownership experience a thoroughly enjoyable one, and to continue to make JCapper into the very best handicapping program available.

2. A Registered Program Copy with your own unique userid and password.

3. Free download access to future program updates (as they become available) for your first year of program ownership.

4. Free download access to future Help Doc updates (as they become available) for a period of one year.

5. Individual Support from me to the best of my ability. As anyone will tell you, this includes phone support as well as email.

6. After the first year of program ownership, there will be a program renewal/update fee for continued access to new program updates, updated help docs, and new JCapper Videos. The cost for continued access to new program updates is $225.00 a year.

Important: The annual program renewal/update fee is waived for JCapper-HDW Data customers. As long as you remain a JCapper-HDW data subscriber and keep your account at HDW current and in good standing your annual JCapper program renewal/update is FREE and you will always be given access to the latest program updates, help docs, and videos as they become available.

Again, please keep me updated with your progress and let me know if you have questions or suggestions.

Thank You,

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