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EA Trader 003 Discussion

Semjnoff
May 11 2020 at 17:59
5 posts
KevinKZ posted:
I have been trading this advisor since April 1 in the IС MARKETS,
initial deposit of $1000,
I do not have any problems.
The trading results are excellent, the drawdown is minimal.



I didn't want to look in here again, but I happened to see it.
the profit factor 94,84!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
and this is for 607 deals?
for a whole month?
this is the Grail!
the exchange now only has to give money back.
people, you have a mind?
don't you think that's completely untrue?

marco_mmbiz
May 20 2020 at 09:13
363 posts
More info about the (unregulated) broker used by the author: https://www.wikifx.com/us_en/dealer/3781895965.html

Always the same suspicious ways of getting investors/buyers:
1. Author works for an unregulated broker, creates a PAMM-account.
2. Author trying to get new clients into that PAMM/copy-account by showing too good to be true results.
3. Author gets loads of new investors or buyers (of the EA) with an overall investment of more than 1 million USD, which means more and more clients coming in.
4. Author stops to answer any questions (or even never started, like in this thread).
5. Author crashes the account after maybe 5-10 years, after getting enough money to do that shit with another 'broker' again.
6. Author and broker start hiding and running away with all the earned money, laughing their as**s off.
7. Loads of broken clients are arguing everywhere about the broker, about the EA, about the author.

Keep in mind:
A professional trader who can trade like this (starting an account with 1 million USD!) or creating an EA that is working really really great would never ever work like this. He'd never show up on pages like these, making money on his own and together with his friends/family. There would be no reason to show up and sell something except he programmed a very good high-price EA on his own and wants to have a second stream of income. 😉

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marco_mmbiz
May 20 2020 at 13:19
363 posts
Here you can see that this broker is very suspicious: https://www.wikifx.com/us_en/dealer/3781895965.html
I always have a look on these pages before commenting or testing anything. I proved the background of my view, you not. 🙄

Why should a professional trader connect his three 1-Million-Dollar-accounts (!) to myfxbook with a suspicious broker like that? Some complaints are already being posted about a bought EA, which seams not to exist. Not a single post from the original author aswell here. Hmm... nothing more to say. 😉

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marco_mmbiz
May 20 2020 at 16:25
363 posts
ForexVolTrader posted:
@marco_mmbiz

do you care
Envy?


No, nothing at all. I've my own work to do. I just don't wanna see people fail over and over again, and especially not being scammed by anyone.
I'm just warning people about scammers from time to time. I get scammers' requests each week on Instagram and other pages. All doing the same thing:
Showing us fake and/or too good to be true results, using unknown/unregulated brokers, selling some signals, EA's (most of them won't work on long-term), or wanting people to invest into their PAMM accounts (on an unregulated or bad broker) which are always crashing after a few years (sometimes only months), even if they had good results for the years before (like this one here).
See the systems with Accent Forex, Ester Holdings and all the other 'brokers' here, read the articles on forex-peace-army and also here at myfxbook and you'll know what I'm talking about. 😉

Why is the original author of this thread giving no information about him or his EA? That's really weird stuff, isn't it? Why should someone start three 1-Million-Dollar accounts like that leaving people with no information here on this system-page? Why there are people complaining about the author that he only gave them some weird EA's for $400? Why there are always coming people like you, newly registered to myfxbook (less than 1 month) without any additional info about themselves, and try to argue about people who just like to warn the others about this never-ending 'forex-scam-nightmare' for real traders and investors? Maybe someone could even start a short discussion about it, but the only thing I can see is that some weird profiles arguing about real traders who had bad experiences or just want to see proof (not only the numbers on myfxbook).

Send us some proof of your 'nice results every week' you have with this system. I'd be really glad to see it. You can also send me a PM if you like. But I bet you can't. I bet you can't even prove that you're a real trader/person behind this myfxbook-profile. 🙄

marco_mmbiz
May 21 2020 at 12:53
363 posts
freemaks posted:
ForexVolTrader posted:
@marco_mmbiz

do you care
Envy?


Hi,

This dude's reviews (marco_mmbiz) smell bad, For me, such reviews are insignificant,

having studied his profile it will become clear

that it’s just a competitor who has a grudge against a successful trader.

Thanks


That's just in your mind. I'm definitely not a competitor. I am not a broker, I am a private trader who's interested in EAs, good brokers and friendly traders; nothing more, nothing less. 😉

Afron
May 22 2020 at 05:06
242 posts
marco_mmbiz posted:
More info about the (unregulated) broker used by the author: https://www.wikifx.com/us_en/dealer/3781895965.html

Always the same suspicious ways of getting investors/buyers:
1. Author works for an unregulated broker, creates a PAMM-account.
2. Author trying to get new clients into that PAMM/copy-account by showing too good to be true results.
3. Author gets loads of new investors or buyers (of the EA) with an overall investment of more than 1 million USD, which means more and more clients coming in.
4. Author stops to answer any questions (or even never started, like in this thread).
5. Author crashes the account after maybe 5-10 years, after getting enough money to do that shit with another 'broker' again.
6. Author and broker start hiding and running away with all the earned money, laughing their as**s off.
7. Loads of broken clients are arguing everywhere about the broker, about the EA, about the author.

Keep in mind:
A professional trader who can trade like this (starting an account with 1 million USD!) or creating an EA that is working really really great would never ever work like this. He'd never show up on pages like these, making money on his own and together with his friends/family. There would be no reason to show up and sell something except he programmed a very good high-price EA on his own and wants to have a second stream of income. 😉


Yes, we know about them.

scambusterxxx
May 22 2020 at 07:31
25 posts
I'm seriously doubtful about the result of this EA unless this vendor can prove this EA work with a regulated broker .
 

CuongVC (CuongVC)
May 23 2020 at 23:51
234 posts
marco_mmbiz posted:
More info about the (unregulated) broker used by the author: https://www.wikifx.com/us_en/dealer/3781895965.html

Always the same suspicious ways of getting investors/buyers:
1. Author works for an unregulated broker, creates a PAMM-account.
2. Author trying to get new clients into that PAMM/copy-account by showing too good to be true results.
3. Author gets loads of new investors or buyers (of the EA) with an overall investment of more than 1 million USD, which means more and more clients coming in.
4. Author stops to answer any questions (or even never started, like in this thread).
5. Author crashes the account after maybe 5-10 years, after getting enough money to do that shit with another 'broker' again.
6. Author and broker start hiding and running away with all the earned money, laughing their as**s off.
7. Loads of broken clients are arguing everywhere about the broker, about the EA, about the author.

Keep in mind:
A professional trader who can trade like this (starting an account with 1 million USD!) or creating an EA that is working really really great would never ever work like this. He'd never show up on pages like these, making money on his own and together with his friends/family. There would be no reason to show up and sell something except he programmed a very good high-price EA on his own and wants to have a second stream of income. 😉


I agree with you most of the points.

Just want to say... there are so many people want to get rich quick without having to work. Just spend a few hundred dollars to have an EA that gain ~20% a month with less than 10% drawdown? A money making machine for say $400??? Who ever have the EA that perform like this account won't sell it for $400. They may have it for rent, or provide signal, or trade for others by having a MAM,... but not sell the EA for a few hundred dollars.


CuongVC (CuongVC)
May 28 2020 at 01:33
234 posts
I just feel sorry for anyone that is trying to get a robot that make 15% per month with only 7% DD at a price of $400 or so.


That is not logical.

suttos
May 28 2020 at 06:55
267 posts
CuongVC posted:
I just feel sorry for anyone that is trying to get a robot that make 15% per month with only 7% DD at a price of $400 or so.


That is not logical.


Well said

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