I personally have not used any managed accounts apart from this one, that consists of myself and my partner, so I have not experienced any of those negatives that many people comment on. However I do see those dodgey and incomplete MT4 replica statements which can be produced with basic excel skills and that you find stuck up on various websites, so I do understand the need for verification.
With regards to verifying on this site: The PAMM account reporting statements are probably too complex for this site as they include the trade P&L distribution for each client and various other account activity types which are not shown on an individual statement...and that could be why they give the below error. The myfxbook help file only covers MT4 errors, which is of no use to us as we do not use MT4.
(....You've connected your account successfully, but some trading history is missing.
Please follow the instructions here to resolve it: https://www.myfxbook.com/help#help_30
If I get an email request, I then send you the Client#1 statements dated back to Dec 2009, if you want more clients statements, I then send Client#2 & 3 statements dated back to Feb & Mar 2010...if you still want more, I send my own personal statements dating back to Apr 2009, but they have way more account activity and are 120 pages in total. All statements are from accounts linked to the same PAMM and therefore have the same trades list and performance. They are downloaded and printed to pdf directly from the broker's back-office. You may also contact the broker to check my standing and whether there have been any client complaints.
I am happy to assist those who are carrying out their important due dilegence on my managed account, in any way possible. I respect my client's privacy and if they prefer that their statements be emailed to individuals and not uploaded to my website without some controls in place, then that is what I will do. We still make more from our own fairly substantial invested capital than from performance fees.
Forex Manager DBA
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (please make reference to myfxbook)