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RSTrading

Member Since Jul 16, 2013  385 posts Rihan (RSTrading) Oct 12 2015 at 10:32 (edited Oct 12 2015 at 10:45 )
There are many sellers of crap (get rich quick if you just buy this or that) out there, and some of them make a decent living on the $ they make from unsuspecting newcomers.

I urge newcomers to do a bit of research before giving out $. I also ask that traders rain on these 'scammers'' parade by exposing them and hopefully cut off their supply of 'easy-newbie-money'

I know you might feel it is a lost cause, but believe me - a simple action (which can take a few seconds) from you can help a newcomer from falling victim.

Together, let's stop these *&^kers.

RSTrading

Member Since Jul 16, 2013  385 posts Rihan (RSTrading) Oct 12 2015 at 12:46
One of the most busiest scammers here uses https://hft.scalpingrobot.com as his most recent website, but this changes quicker than he changes underwear or his username.

he goes by various names :

tradingearobot
fxrobot23
scalpingrobot63
scalpingea152
tradingfxrobot
hftscalpingrobot
fxrobot33
scalpingrobot21
forexscalpingea

As soon as he is exposed on the one name, he registers another.
he uses .......................... as his topic.
He uses enticingly high growth rate % (normally thousands) in some of his topics. Advertises that you can too make millions if you just buy his crap.


scam_catcher

Member Since Sep 10, 2015  36 posts scam_catcher Oct 13 2015 at 06:23 (edited Oct 13 2015 at 06:29 )
RSTrading posted:
One of the most busiest scammers here uses https://hft.scalpingrobot.com as his most recent website, but this changes quicker than he changes underwear or his username.

he goes by various names :

tradingearobot
fxrobot23
scalpingrobot63
scalpingea152
tradingfxrobot
hftscalpingrobot
fxrobot33
scalpingrobot21
forexscalpingea

As soon as he is exposed on the one name, he registers another.
he uses .......................... as his topic.
He uses enticingly high growth rate % (normally thousands) in some of his topics. Advertises that you can too make millions if you just buy his crap.



Yes he is a HUGE scammer...he wants you to pay him $5k for him to set up the trading account and then wants you to pay him 50% of profits BUT I wonder if he accepts 50% of losses too.
P.S He only shows you a demo account traded not a live one.

RSTrading

Member Since Jul 16, 2013  385 posts Rihan (RSTrading) Oct 13 2015 at 08:36
Currently using hftfxrobot.

RSTrading

Member Since Jul 16, 2013  385 posts Rihan (RSTrading) Oct 13 2015 at 10:45
Once the whistle is blown, he changes his user name's last digit.

So in essence then, sofar anything that has the following:

tradingearobot
fxrobot
scalpingrobot
scalpingea
tradingfxrobot
hftscalpingrobot
scalpingrobot
forexscalpingea
hftfxrobot

Until he figures out another way to combine the words.. Hft, scalping, robot and trading.

RSTrading

Member Since Jul 16, 2013  385 posts Rihan (RSTrading) Oct 13 2015 at 12:07
Latest : myfxrobot

RSTrading

Member Since Jul 16, 2013  385 posts Rihan (RSTrading) Oct 13 2015 at 14:39 (edited Oct 13 2015 at 14:44 )
RSTrading posted:
Once the whistle is blown, he changes his user name's last digit.

So in essence then, sofar anything that has the following:

tradingearobot
fxrobot
scalpingrobot
scalpingea
tradingfxrobot
hftscalpingrobot
scalpingrobot
forexscalpingea
hftfxrobot

Until he figures out another way to combine the words.. Hft, scalping, robot and trading.


The douche then logs in as a fake trader and comments how happy he is to have bought the ea..

RSTrading

Member Since Jul 16, 2013  385 posts Rihan (RSTrading) Oct 13 2015 at 16:23 (edited Oct 13 2015 at 16:30 )
Our next one, also belonging to the scammer species uses 'insider_info' as his username for now..
His website is https://insider-ea.com/

A little while ago there was a scammer who had 'inside information, directly from the trading floor' he claimed the 'floor boys' would pass him info..I wonder if it is him?

Anyway, readers, more specifically new traders. Alarms should go off if something looks too good to be true .... it usually is. Please do a bit of investigation first - these guys will promise you they are for real and be quick to supply you with statements and crap to make you believe they are legit, because your $ is their income.

RSTrading

Member Since Jul 16, 2013  385 posts Rihan (RSTrading) Oct 14 2015 at 10:53 (edited Oct 14 2015 at 11:05 )
I have managed to stop 4 new traders from falling victim to scams, they pmed for more info. This is only the beginning.

www.hftscalpingfxrobot.com's current username.. channeltrader1

scam_catcher

Member Since Sep 10, 2015  36 posts scam_catcher Oct 14 2015 at 13:43
Good work Rihan lol
You're doing my job Mr but there are so many of them in fact more scammers then traders + sites are made for the scammers so even if they get out of here they will go find another.
That's their destiny to scam as many as possible out of their savings.

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