305982 (By Jordan01)

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305982 Discussion

Sep 16, 2016 at 11:59
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Member Since Feb 06, 2015   1 posts
Dec 25, 2016 at 09:15
Can anyone tell me, how I can invest in this managed account?
Thanks in advance!
Member Since Sep 16, 2016   17 posts
Dec 26, 2016 at 09:55
kormosp posted:
Can anyone tell me, how I can invest in this managed account?
Thanks in advance!

Hello, I'm managing this account. You can contact me by email for more information. [email protected]
Surrealism!
Member Since Apr 18, 2015   7 posts
Dec 27, 2016 at 07:22
plz advise how to invest in this managed account
is ur managed account Islamic ( Swap Free )
and how much minimum Amount is needed to start
Member Since Sep 16, 2016   17 posts
Dec 27, 2016 at 20:00
a941583 posted:
plz advise how to invest in this managed account
is ur managed account Islamic ( Swap Free )
and how much minimum Amount is needed to start

Hello. To invest you should register an account with: https://my.accentforex.com/register/
- make deposit (minimum amount to start with me is $750 now. And in one month i will increase it)
- open a PAMM - rating in your personal area
- and click 'invest' near the my account 305982.

My account is not swap-free
Surrealism!
Member Since May 04, 2012   1608 posts
Dec 28, 2016 at 07:50
It is unfortunate that this PAMM is run at the poorly (or not at all) regulated AccentForex registered on the Seychelles Islands.

With offshore and poorly regulate brokers ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN and very fast.

They can simply disappear with ALL client funds, just like the New Zealand registered Capital Trust Markets did last year with $500k+ client funds, or 3TGFx, which was running a Ponzi scheme finally ''crashing'' a HAND-CRAFTED beautiful showcase account for 5000+ clients with an average $12,000 investment.

On a nice summer day - exactly on June 24th, 2016 - they simply ''fell off the Earth'' (incl. their website) with 6 Million Dollars client funds...! Which millions probably they are enjoying on the Seychelles Islands right now while setting up their next Ponzi scheme...

Here it is: https://www.myfxbook.com/members/forexrobotinfo/rho-11/1145578 (it is just one of 5000+ accounts)

I cannot help having a ''déjà vu'' with this one...

P.S. I challenge Jordan to run the same strategy at an ASIC or FCA regulated PAMM broker... Of course, he does not have to prove anything to anybody... I know... That was 3TGFx's response when I challenged them in 2013... And see what happened...
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Member Since Jun 01, 2015   42 posts
Dec 28, 2016 at 18:54
FxMasterGuru posted:
It is unfortunate that this PAMM is run at the poorly (or not at all) regulated AccentForex registered on the Seychelles Islands.

With offshore and poorly regulate brokers ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN and very fast.

They can simply disappear with ALL client funds, just like the New Zealand registered Capital Trust Markets did last year with $500k+ client funds, or 3TGFx, which was running a Ponzi scheme finally ''crashing'' a HAND-CRAFTED beautiful showcase account for 5000+ clients with an average $12,000 investment.

On a nice summer day - exactly on June 24th, 2016 - they simply ''fell off the Earth'' (incl. their website) with 6 Million Dollars client funds...! Which millions probably they are enjoying on the Seychelles Islands right now while setting up their next Ponzi scheme...

Here it is: https://www.myfxbook.com/members/forexrobotinfo/rho-11/1145578 (it is just one of 5000+ accounts)

I cannot help having a ''déjà vu'' with this one...

P.S. I challenge Jordan to run the same strategy at an ASIC or FCA regulated PAMM broker... Of course, he does not have to prove anything to anybody... I know... That was 3TGFx's response when I challenged them in 2013... And see what happened...

no wonder i've stop receiving monthly statement from them... oh well i already blew that account a while back when i first started trading and didn't know jack shit about trading, brokers and leverage.. they deserve to enjoy my $500 on the seychelles islands it was my bad lesson learnt.. fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me

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Member Since May 04, 2012   1608 posts
Dec 29, 2016 at 11:30
A useful INVESTOR ALERT LINK:
https://www.fi.se/Folder-EN/Startpage/Register/Investor-alerts/A-list-of-all-investor-alerts/?query=A
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moneymaker16
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Member Since Mar 05, 2015   9 posts
Dec 29, 2016 at 15:47
I went through the same thing with Ridge Capital Markets, they disappeared 2 months ago, disconnected there phones and vanished with Millions of clients money including mine. Do not open accounts with any brokers that are new, or are not well established. Make sure that they have been around for a few years as a minimum.

There are many good brokers like, Tickmill, Dukascopy, ATC, MB Trading, Oanda, Global Prime FX, Pepperstone, MBank, Saxo Bank, USG FX, and AAA FX.
Member Since May 09, 2010   39 posts
Dec 29, 2016 at 23:32
Take a look at the guy below:
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/Svarog_cust/svarog-e/1912452

He must have gotten his hands on the investor password and is trying to sell an EA claiming the strategy is his.

b.
Member Since May 04, 2012   1608 posts
Jan 02, 2017 at 09:03
moneymaker16 posted:
I went through the same thing with Ridge Capital Markets, they disappeared 2 months ago, disconnected there phones and vanished with Millions of clients money including mine. Do not open accounts with any brokers that are new, or are not well established. Make sure that they have been around for a few years as a minimum.

There are many good brokers like, Tickmill, Dukascopy, ATC, MB Trading, Oanda, Global Prime FX, Pepperstone, MBank, Saxo Bank, USG FX, and AAA FX.

Thanks for the info. Ridge Capital Markets was tricky using a LONDON address on its website - implying UK location and FCA regulation - but they were registered in DOMINICA and regulated by practically NONE.

THE CONCLUSION (as mentioned above): Choose a well-established and reputable ASIC or FCA regulated broker.

Better choose an FCA regulated one as you will get a 50,000 GBP value FSCS INSURANCE with it as an added bonus, which might come handy if the broker takes off with all client funds. Apparently it is happening more and more often nowadays...
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Member Since May 04, 2012   1608 posts
Jan 02, 2017 at 09:03
beorn posted:
Take a look at the guy below:
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/Svarog_cust/svarog-e/1912452

He must have gotten his hands on the investor password and is trying to sell an EA claiming the strategy is his.

b.

He is gone already... 😀
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Member Since Sep 16, 2016   17 posts
Jan 05, 2017 at 16:47
As for my broker, I trade it with him for more than 3 years and in that time, I have confidence in him. In addition, let's stop here for a discussion of brokers. If you want to know any information about my account, I am ready to answer.
Surrealism!
Member Since May 04, 2012   1608 posts
Jan 08, 2017 at 07:29
I am signing off this discussion.

Just a final warning to potential investors: When you send your money to any poorly regulated broker, it is unlikely that you will ever see your funds again.

On one sunny day you may just wake up for the fact that the broker has 'fallen off the Earth' (and the Internet) with all your funds... It has happened to me personally, so I know that 'sinking feeling'...

These scams are popping up every year and more and more often. I guess it is the same guys just under different names... 'Rinse and repeat...'
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Member Since Sep 16, 2016   17 posts
Jan 08, 2017 at 10:52
I fully agree with you and I know that scams can be seen more frequently in recent years. My trust based on experience and on the experience with other brokers. I trust what I see, I trust actions and good service.
Surrealism!
Member Since May 04, 2012   1608 posts
Jan 10, 2017 at 15:57
@Jordan01

I just wonder why don't you open - even a very small showcase account - at a well-know, well-regulated and reputable FCA/ASIC regulated broker and run the same strategy simultaneously on both accounts. You would gain IMMENSELY MORE credibility with that SMALL account.

Whenever such a small challenge of mine was refused in the past, those accounts - without exception - had turned out to be scam broker run Ponzi schemes.

Please don't break our hearts by refusing it like those other 'Ponzi guys' did...
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Member Since Dec 04, 2010   1557 posts
Jan 11, 2017 at 09:37
FxMasterGuru posted:
@Jordan01

I just wonder why don't you open - even a very small showcase account - at a well-know, well-regulated and reputable FCA/ASIC regulated broker and run the same strategy simultaneously on both accounts. You would gain IMMENSELY MORE credibility with that SMALL account.

Whenever such a small challenge of mine was refused in the past, those accounts - without exception - had turned out to be scam broker run Ponzi schemes.

Please don't break our hearts by refusing it like those other 'Ponzi guys' did...
very good points. And this broker is not FCA regulated at all, although it's using a fake London address on it's website it's in the Seychelles. so likely the broker won't pay profits or will fail one day like the other unregulated brokers you mentioned earlier.
Member Since Sep 16, 2016   17 posts
Jan 11, 2017 at 13:50
So, I wonder at how regulated broker Alpari UK has burned, although he was fully regulated. Write about brokers - it's not my work. I'm a trader, not a scribbler. I trust my experience here. If I open an account with another broker every time I have offers, then I'll have no time for trading.
So far, my current broker suits me. Please, gentlemen, do not distract me with irrelevant questions. Please accept understandingly.
Surrealism!
Member Since Jan 27, 2016   2 posts
Feb 09, 2017 at 07:58
Hello, I have shortlisted your account. Its a very good traded account with drawdown controlled.
I am not able to see your account anymore in my watchlist for copy purposes.
Kindly make it available again on signal start.
Also, kindly share your contact details plz.
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forex_trader_287419
Member Since Nov 19, 2015   23 posts
Feb 12, 2017 at 07:34
FxMasterGuru posted:
I am signing off this discussion.

Just a final warning to potential investors: When you send your money to any poorly regulated broker, it is unlikely that you will ever see your funds again.

On one sunny day you may just wake up for the fact that the broker has 'fallen off the Earth' (and the Internet) with all your funds... It has happened to me personally, so I know that 'sinking feeling'...

These scams are popping up every year and more and more often. I guess it is the same guys just under different names... 'Rinse and repeat...'


Exactly! I remember this user bobjetions. He had a great looking account, kind of like this one on some obscure broker. His account was updated only once per day at a certain time. He was making 20% avg monthly on 5% max DD. A guy I know wanted to invest with him but didnt want to put his money in the PAMM on that unregulated broker. In the end they agreed on bobjetions trading his personal account. Immediately, the trading was completely different than shown on myfxbook. I am not talking about entries off by a few pips, I am talking different pairs, different times, everything was different. The guy was loosing money and making excuses on my friends account but his PAMM was showing profits the whole time. My friend decided to stop after a week and loosing a few 100$.

This account looks exactly the same to me. Unreal performance, unregulated broker, updates once a day, no willingness to prove the trading is really that good. 2 weeks would of been good enough for me if he would duplicate the results shown here.
Once again a fake account and the sad thing is its not even that hard to fake it. Myfxbook should do something about that.
Member Since Feb 13, 2017   4 posts
Feb 21, 2017 at 08:18
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