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VPS or Not

GrandFS
Mar 27 2014 at 07:05
11 posts
CrazyTrader posted:

To reply to the main question... Simply subscribe to a VPS provider that has no link with Forex Industry.... They won't see you are winning.



You can't be too certain now can you? :)

togr (togr)
Mar 27 2014 at 08:16
4862 posts
GrandFS posted:
CrazyTrader posted:

To reply to the main question... Simply subscribe to a VPS provider that has no link with Forex Industry.... They won't see you are winning.



You can't be too certain now can you? :)


Simply said, nothing like Forex VPS does exist.
It is just marketing bullshit to force users to pay more.

GrandFS
Mar 29 2014 at 08:19
11 posts
togr posted:
GrandFS posted:
CrazyTrader posted:

To reply to the main question... Simply subscribe to a VPS provider that has no link with Forex Industry.... They won't see you are winning.



You can't be too certain now can you? :)


Simply said, nothing like Forex VPS does exist.
It is just marketing bullshit to force users to pay more.



I agree with

ForexAssistant (ForexAssistant)
Apr 07 2014 at 01:07
465 posts
You wouldn't think that one VPS system would be all that different from another but they are. A VPS setup for forex just works better than standard ones. Forex VPS kept crashing and their customer service sucked too. I moved my service to some tech guys VPS system where I ran 4 MT4 each with their robots with no problems for $29.00 a month.

They're good, they just have the stupidest name in the world. So I had this idea for fun, I signed up for their referral program, I make about $5 for each referral. I was looking for ways that new investors could build their investment portfolio and came up with this.

Borrowing from the old multilevel marketing whatever, I liked the idea of compounding efforts, it was just everything else about MLM that I didn't care for, I set up a payment structure that pays $1 for everyone that joins our group using our VPS referral number down 4 levels.

Example, a person refers 5 friends who all do the same who likewise refer 5 and so on. On the first generation there would be 5 people and 25 on the second. 125 on the 3rd and 625 on the forth. So if we paid $1 for each person in the network, our example here would generate $780 a month. A person could theoretically have enough to fund a retirement account within a couple of years.

We haven't quite set it up yet, just in the process but, working on it. It isn't a marketing program, just a network of investors that just happen to need a VPS. Use our referral and you can refer others so the compounding effect can take place.

So that is something different but what do you think?

Bob

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