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Professor53

Member Since Dec 15, 2010  795 posts Professor53 May 20 2014 at 07:51 (edited May 20 2014 at 07:52 )
I_Timch posted:
I've just decided to choose PAMM broker to try to invest, actually I am trading with Alpari and Gainsy and choosing the broker to invest in PAMM between them. And my little doubt consists in the following alpari minimum deposit amount to start manage PAMM acc is just $300 and to tell the truth it scares me a little, coz I also understand that if I deposit my money (I am going to deposit $2000) into an account managed by a guy who deposited only $300 to start manage the acc, so in this case my risks are high comparing, for example if taking into account min dep amount of gainsy - $5000 what gives me more confidence in such manager as he has put at risk such amount.. so I am pondering over it, but as I know both of them are really good brokers and whatever I won't be out of pocket smiley
I'll keep you informed! wink

Let us know how well your Pamm account does.

Garry

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parkhou

Member Since Jul 25, 2013  2 posts parkhou May 30 2014 at 08:18
SCAM BROKER, FAKE REGULATION, AND MANIPULATED COMMENTS ALL PEOPLE WORK FOR THE SAME COMPANY, AND MAKE 10/10 SCORED. WARNING!!


ralle

Member Since Oct 01, 2010  27 posts ralle Jun 03 2014 at 18:58 (edited Jun 03 2014 at 19:01 )
Something is very strange to me here...EURNZD droped more or less 600 pips in less than 1 minute ???

Look at the closed trades of the manager 'HariOm'.

Is there a manipulation going on ?

EURNZD was not even near 1.6567 on 2014-05-23 ... last time it reached that high was in February !!!

Am I missing something ???



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marck

Member Since Dec 10, 2013  40 posts marck Jun 15 2014 at 06:29
I dont have a clear idea if this broker is a scammer or not, but at least it's suspicious that most of the users that have good words for this broker at this thread created their myfxbook profile the same days or just a couple of days before posting their comments (all positive) here.

GAINSY_2014

Member Since Jun 15, 2014  7 posts GAINSY_2014 (GAINSY_2014) Jun 16 2014 at 14:56
Hello everybody!!
I represent GAINSY Company, first of all, I would like to thank you for your time and attention given to our Company. In such case I have to clarify the situation.
The reason is that at that moment our liquidity providers provided us with non-market quotation. Very seldom but it happens that brokers face such situation when their liquidity providers provide them with non-market prices.
The Company has revised everything and corrected each and every quotation for it to coincide with the market price at the respective moment.
We are once more appologizing to clients of MyFxBook and to our clients which could be affected by the situation.
We appreciate and thank all of our clients who confide in and remain with us!

blaway

Member Since Jun 12, 2014  2 posts blaway Jun 25 2014 at 07:27
Gainsy have the same Address than LoyalBank, this is a registered address only (Virtual Office), they haven´t got any real office. Warning!!

Cedar Hill Crest,
P.O. Box 1825, Villa,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent and the Grenadines,
West Indies

Its not a real Gainsy office, and they have a Skype Number only (from London, UK)

WeiHai

Member Since May 16, 2014  5 posts WeiHai Jun 27 2014 at 13:24
So I invested 1K in the account of that manager I told you about, one thing - the rollover on his account was 1 M, I had some doubts but I sent him a message and he agreed to change it into 2 ws, so we will see how it goes smiley

SusAn_3t7

Member Since Jun 27, 2014  1 posts SusAn_3t7 Jun 27 2014 at 21:04
Je suis contente que je les ai trouvés, le service est excellent et les conditions qu'ils offrent s'alignent parfaitement à mes besoinssmiley Bon travail, les gars!

shuaisu

Member Since Jan 12, 2010  13 posts Money Exchange (shuaisu) Oct 01 2014 at 15:39
why is Gainsy using a P.O. box address as their office address? very strange.

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mcymcy

Member Since Jun 15, 2011  270 posts Cinar (mcymcy) Oct 06 2014 at 08:33
Stay away from Gainsy! gainsy.com is an impostor broker and stole clients funds!

Look what the fraud broker gainsy.com and fraud pamm manager did the account:

https://www.gainsy.com/p/userprofile/IchimokuALL?acc=239528

I tried to withdraw my money at the rollover time, but gainsy.com did not accept my withdrawn request and after that they blown the account on purpose. And totally $225.000 of the investors money was stolen.

After that gainsy.com had blocked my account and I can not login to my account... gainsy.com is fully fradulent company!

Now I'm investigating that how can I take back my funds... I contacted to SVG and I took that answer from them:

'Dear Cinar,

 

Please be advised that Gainsy Inc. is incorporated in St. Vincent and the Grenadines as an international business company (IBC). it is to be noted however, that the Financial Services Authority (FSA) does not regulate or supervise the activities of IBCs. Further, IBCs are not listed on the FSA’s website.

 

Kind regards,

 

Geshell

 

Geshell Peters (Ms.)

Legal Officer

Financial Services Authority'

Beware of gainsy.com! Fully scam and fradulent company!!!

Also the guy named 'Martin' is an impostor and working with gainsy to find clients for gainsy.com

They stole clients money!

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