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oportunis

Member Since Jun 22, 2013  60 posts oportunis Oct 17 at 07:45
Exactly, this is a paid blog. Note the Yahoo article is not original content: '(Syndicated press content)'
Nether is the Seeking Alpha one: 'Please Note: Blog posts are not selected, edited or screened by Seeking Alpha editors.'

And Warren Buffet going into an unverified unregulated broker, come on guys!!! Don't be naive. Warren would never ever invest in such a company without any audit. Min. what he requires is a 3rd party audit by Ernst & Young...


45132011

Member Since Apr 24, 2020  2 posts Benedict Kemp (45132011) Oct 17 at 09:16
but theres no link to rofx on the site. seeking alpa i thought was well established

trojanz

Member Since Jul 03, 2015  4 posts trojanz Oct 17 at 09:40
Leave out the affiliate links mate.

https://rofx.net/

Not really recommended to invest though.

fcgltd

Member Since Apr 25, 2019  9 posts Mike F (fcgltd) Oct 17 at 10:07
my opinion is that it is part of another marketing wave from them - perform a google search with a sentence 'RoFx IPO: One of the best Forex robots is going public' and the same article (certain wording is changed to pass the google bots' unique content SEO Parameter) has been published across many media sites; some large, some small and some certainly part of a PBN (personal blog network) which are designed purely for ranking.

the hyperlink within the article namely https://forex-review.com/rv/rofx-review/ is likely owned or affiliated with RoFX (check out how many active URLs on this site, not many) or again it is part of a PBN which is like a giant spider's web of links eventually pointing to the target site.

the motive for such an announcement? possibly preparing to offer preferential shares to its loyal client base before going public.
or simply increased SEO ranking to attract further business.

either way I am sure they will benefit from it. kudos.

Courage is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm
protectron

Member Since Oct 17, 2020  9 posts protectron Oct 17 at 11:27
fcgltd posted:
my opinion is that it is part of another marketing wave from them - perform a google search with a sentence 'RoFx IPO: One of the best Forex robots is going public' and the same article (certain wording is changed to pass the google bots' unique content SEO Parameter) has been published across many media sites; some large, some small and some certainly part of a PBN (personal blog network) which are designed purely for ranking.

the hyperlink within the article namely https://forex-review.com/rv/rofx-review/ is likely owned or affiliated with RoFX (check out how many active URLs on this site, not many) or again it is part of a PBN which is like a giant spider's web of links eventually pointing to the target site.

the motive for such an announcement? possibly preparing to offer preferential shares to its loyal client base before going public.
or simply increased SEO ranking to attract further business.

either way I am sure they will benefit from it. kudos.


Note the Yahoo article is not original content: '(Syndicated press content)'
Nether is the Seeking Alpha one: 'Please Note: Blog posts are not selected, edited or screened by Seeking Alpha editors.'
I can get my blog featured in those channels easily, just pay the advert for it...

And Warren Buffet going into an unverified unregulated broker, come on guys!!! Don't be naive. Warren would never ever invest in such a company without any audit. Min. what he requires is a 3rd party audit by Ernst & Young...

This is all an effort to get more funds and then you know what happens...

PeLeU_kopa

Member Since Oct 17, 2020  7 posts Norman PeLeU (PeLeU_kopa) Oct 17 at 12:03
good results hier

can copy?

doing stuFF
vesmar

Member Since Apr 02, 2020  1 posts vesmar Oct 27 at 10:52
neutralneutral

lavee383

Member Since Feb 15, 2019  18 posts lavee383 Oct 27 at 15:35
Email rec'd from RoFX this morning - Trading days reduced:

Dear Customers,

We are always moving towards suggestions of our Customers. The most numerous request was to decrease the trading days period of the packages. We took it into consideration as one of our primary tasks, and have been deliberately working towards it.

Now, we are happy to announce the trading days reduction of ALL PACKAGES starting from October 27, 2020:

Advanced Compound Packages: 120 trading days.

Basic packages:

Trial - 30 trading days
Easy Start - 70 trading days
Moneymaker - 160 trading days
Gold - 160 trading days
VIP - 160 trading days

We apply maximum efforts to operate on the highest service level.

Sincerely Yours,
Customer Support Team
support@rofx.net
+44-20-3807-6029 (UK)
+1-888-907-0714 (USA)
+852-3001-1002 (Hong Kong)
https://my.rofx.net/login

E Pluribus Unum
OldRetiredGuy

Member Since Jul 06, 2020  27 posts OldRetiredGuy Nov 05 at 00:22
I have no problems withdrawing profits @NORADex ... Working quite well.

If it is to be it is up to me!
marco_mmbiz

Member Since Jul 20, 2019  298 posts marco_mmbiz Nov 07 at 13:33
NORADex posted:
Still no withdrawals here... it only works in one way?


For sure.
And all the people here who invested something still think they'll get all their money back over the years. But actually they most probably won't.
Investing 100k and getting just 6k per month back would take you 16-17 months to get all of your invested money back, there'd be still no profits included. The withdrawal of profits would just start after those 17 months. You can read so many articles about it:

marco_mmbiz posted:
mangocheesecake posted:
https://www.google.com/amp/s/seekingalpha.com/amp/instablog/46612006-johnny-fr/5509042-one-ipo-marked-berkshire-hathaway-unveiling-ai-forex-advisory-rofx

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 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 p.o.box in Vanuatu). Everyone's alarm bells should be ringing as a lot of European (financial, marketing, b2b, b2c) are actually coming from such 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 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:
https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.rofx.net?languages=en&stars=1&stars=2&stars=3

on Quora:
https://www.quora.com/Has-anyone-had-much-success-with-ROFX-and-the-forex-trading-robot/answer/Bart-Engelen-1?ch=10&share=43bd7cc2&srid=iznCQ

on the FPA forums:
https://www.forexpeacearmy.com/community/threads/rofx-net.56316/

on TR show:
https://trshow.info/watch/-mbDcTCEjDs/don-t-fall-for-this-big-rofx-forex-trading-trap.html

and much more.

I wish everyone a great weekend.

patience is the key
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