The decision essentially remains with the prospective Investor and their own Risk appetite - I personally chose not to explore further.
Something to consider - it is very simple in this day to open up your own FX brokerage (relatively cheap) with an 'exotic' licence, which would allow someone to create a legitimate store-front, whilst purchasing a Meta quotes Licence (not cheap) which could theoretically enable someone access to its back-end or code in order to manipulate performance results to be published server-side to verify accounts etc - it has been seen before.
Their is also 'The Exit Scam', of which i personally lost money to a Bitcoin mining company who paid out for 30 months before the stunt, taking 17m from investors.
I am not in any way saying that this is the case with RoFX, only that this scenario happens in the market sadly.
I would like RoFX in all of its success to simply open and publish a small account with a Tier 1 FX Broker if they truly wanted to build a client base for longevity, possibly using a LPOA model. this is the simplest, most cost effective marketing tool they could adopt......but instead they show an account which started with an impressive capital sum of 10m, bringing to approx 45m, and STILL advertise a collective investment scheme using an unregulated broker (i believe they may likely own it otherwise i find it debatable that someone would move 10m to a third party unregulated broker,however i could easily be wrong) searching for retail clients asking them to move money, when their own capital is subjectively producing a few million each month.
Having said that i wish everyone making money with them the very best, it certainly looks very appealing to those of us on the outside looking in.
Courage is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm