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RoFx (by rofxnet)

Gain: +907.71%
Drawdown: 0.35%
Pips: 3967090.4
Trades: 251506
Type: Real
Leverage: 1:100
Trading: Automated
Oct 08 2020 at 18:53
18 posts
marco_mmbiz posted:
Okay, so after 16 months your investment will be gone, while the 'trader' made profit with that money and was also living from it (typical Ponzi scheme). ;-)
P.S.: If you really have so much money to invest you should go to your local insurance agency instead (like Allianz Group for example). Your money will be much more safe on the long run and you'll also get good profits after more than 10 years of investing. I'd never invest so much money into such weird and unregulated systems here. It's just unrealistic, and other people here also already warned:

lavee383 posted:
So unfortunately, until RoFX is registered with the NFA/CFTC, I will not be able to invest with RoFX. Once they are registered, I plan on investing a larger amount.

I actually changed my mind and invested $55k at the beginning of this year.

As of right now, I'm at $93k. And per my other posts, I will be pulling daily profits next year to pay myself back and then turn the auto reinvest back on and ride it out.



Inverisso SpA (Inverisso)
Oct 08 2020 at 19:53
2 posts
Has anyone opened a VIP PAMM account?

Oct 12 2020 at 09:26
13 posts
It is a good strategy if it works. We will have to wait and watch how everything turns out.

Russel Gutierrez (russellgutierrez)
Oct 13 2020 at 05:36
37 posts
I think a broker that displays account results this way is genuine. At least someone is making so much profit.

Oct 13 2020 at 09:45
28 posts
hello sir.
you have impressive results.
kindly assist how do you trading? What is your strategy based on?

Oct 16 2020 at 20:53
329 posts
mangocheesecake posted:

not sure how true this is ...

This part here:
However, it works with some of the top-performing brokerage units across Asia, America, and Europe, which are, in fact, under the administration of stringent financial authorities.

makes it just another one of those typical scam marketing blog posts.

Ester (the broker used for this Myfxbook account here) is definitely none of the top brokerages in Europe; it's an unknown broker with it's origin in Ukraine and/or Russia (and a in Vanuatu). Everyone's alarm bells should be ringing as a lot of European scams (financial, marketing, b2b, b2c) are actually coming from this East Europe (and/or offshore brokers).

The biggest warning sign here should still be the review by @drarq as quoted in my other posts before. As long as you need to send your money to some weird companies which have nothing to do with forex and not even with financial software of any kind, you should be aware that everything you'll read about them could be a huge scam where, at some point in the near future, people could lose all of their money (or the rest that is left on such weird Ponzi scheme accounts).

You also might want to read all those negative reviews
on trustpilot:

on Quora:

on the FPA forums:

on TR show:

and much more.

I wish everyone a great weekend.

patience is the key
Oct 16 2020 at 22:45
18 posts
Just rec'd this email from RoFX:

From: <>
Sent: Friday, October 16, 2020 3:44 PM
To: me
Subject: RoFx official statement

This week many mass media announced that Berkshire Hathaway that belongs to Warren Buffet is intended to buy majority stock holding of RoFx which is going IPO.

We would like to inform that this is a premature announcement. We will keep you updated.

Sincerely Yours,
Customer Support Team

Oct 17 2020 at 03:50
4 posts
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