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RoFx (by rofxnet)

Gain: +907.71%
Drawdown: 0.35%
Pips: 3967090.4
Trades: 251506
Won:
Lost:
Type: Real
Leverage: 1:100
Trading: Automated
protectron
Nov 17 2020 at 08:36
13 posts
OldRetiredGuy posted:
Got to remind you @oportunis you've been slamming this since May of 2019. Now, this weekend, for the first time, you post about some ponzi scheme you got caught up in (having never posted anything about it in all your previous posts on this thread). You cap it off by bringing morals into it, too. You're working very hard to convince people their profits are tainted and/or their in grave danger putting money into RoFX. I'll just tell you - I'm good. I have a plan. I've pretty much laid it out & shown what's possible here.

You can continue all you want down whatever rabbit hole you'd like. I'll do as I have since joining and continue to post the risk/reward and keep this group updated. Given you've spent over 1.5 years on this subject, nothing I say nor anybody else says, will ever convince you otherwise. Carry on, mate.

Sincerely, The Duck.

You can use reference of how a scam works here - https://www.myfxbook.com/community/trading-systems/anthony-wins/1670774,49
Exactly same approach as you have here and it lasted 5 years... The end game is lure enough capital in, then make a 'mistake' in few hours that blows account and blame it on the market. No proof of any wrongdoing... Anyone investing in unregulated broker that can produce trades on demand without any audit is playing with fire... Don't be naive and stay away from such scams. If you are early sure you might win, but if you are investing now the risk of losing funds is far greater.

You oldretiredguy stop promoting it and be happy you got your investment out. By promoting such scheme you are luring more investors and thus prolonging it and more people will get hurt. It seems this is your goal to get as much of other people money to yourself otherwise I don't see any reason why would you waste time on this, since no happy investor is wasting time on forums, unless you are scared that you lose. Have you considered that those investing in this now might lose all their investments? It's not about you but for naive investors that don't know how such schemes work...

OldRetiredGuy
Nov 17 2020 at 21:04
29 posts
@protectron And we have another who KNOWS not only that this is a ponzi scheme but also MY motives for being involved. Thanks for the help Nostradamus.

If it is to be it is up to me!
protectron
Nov 18 2020 at 11:04
13 posts
OldRetiredGuy posted:
@protectron And we have another who KNOWS not only that this is a ponzi scheme but also MY motives for being involved. Thanks for the help Nostradamus.

I'm not Nostradamus but in your case I can predict clearly what will happen...

1. They are making a push to lure more investors with false marketing on IPO and Warren Buffet involvement. This is the lie that should bring all red flags to this company because Warren would never post publicly that they will invest 500 mil. into any company due to market manipulation. He does share information to shareholders internally but after the fact...

2. There is no IPO in Vanuatu where broker is based unless they do it in USA or UK which would bring a shitstorm of regulators to them. In fact I do hope they make an IPO so I can short them and drop email to hinderburgresearch to make sure they will take them down.

3. There is no loss coverage, this is another lie that they promote. We can put an example of Warren... He invest 500 millions with them and they make a loss... there are no funds to cover such loss, not even a smaller like 1 mil... Any company writing they can cover your loss is a scam. Nothing in this world is without risk! If there would be such a thing that loss can be covered by a company all financial world would be invested in this and reality shows it's not...

4. Once this scheme ends you will delete your profile here and move on to something else thinking you got lucky.

You can put this comment in a frame and check it once this happens and hopefully you will see what you did wrong, by thinking only about yourself and not people investing now or in the future... I have no idea how long this scheme will last, but no matter it's a scheme and as we exposed and warned about many of them this is one is no different... Our goal is to expose the scheme early so that many naive investors don't get hurt.

marco_mmbiz
Nov 18 2020 at 15:30
329 posts
protectron posted:
OldRetiredGuy posted:
@protectron And we have another who KNOWS not only that this is a ponzi scheme but also MY motives for being involved. Thanks for the help Nostradamus.

I'm not Nostradamus but in your case I can predict clearly what will happen...

1. They are making a push to lure more investors with false marketing on IPO and Warren Buffet involvement. This is the lie that should bring all red flags to this company because Warren would never post publicly that they will invest 500 mil. into any company due to market manipulation. He does share information to shareholders internally but after the fact...

2. There is no IPO in Vanuatu where broker is based unless they do it in USA or UK which would bring a shitstorm of regulators to them. In fact I do hope they make an IPO so I can short them and drop email to hinderburgresearch to make sure they will take them down.

3. There is no loss coverage, this is another lie that they promote. We can put an example of Warren... He invest 500 millions with them and they make a loss... there are no funds to cover such loss, not even a smaller like 1 mil... Any company writing they can cover your loss is a scam. Nothing in this world is without risk! If there would be such a thing that loss can be covered by a company all financial world would be invested in this and reality shows it's not...

4. Once this scheme ends you will delete your profile here and move on to something else thinking you got lucky.

You can put this comment in a frame and check it once this happens and hopefully you will see what you did wrong, by thinking only about yourself and not people investing now or in the future... I have no idea how long this scheme will last, but no matter it's a scheme and as we exposed and warned about many of them this is one is no different... Our goal is to expose the scheme early so that many naive investors don't get hurt.


100% agree. 😎

patience is the key
OldRetiredGuy
Nov 20 2020 at 21:31
29 posts
Feeling even better about this one since @protectron & @marco_mmbiz are in 100% agreement.

If it is to be it is up to me!
Mathias88
Nov 23 2020 at 12:23
24 posts
protectron posted:
OldRetiredGuy posted:
@protectron And we have another who KNOWS not only that this is a ponzi scheme but also MY motives for being involved. Thanks for the help Nostradamus.

I'm not Nostradamus but in your case I can predict clearly what will happen...

You can put this comment in a frame and check it once this happens and hopefully you will see what you did wrong, by thinking only about yourself and not people investing now or in the future... I have no idea how long this scheme will last, but no matter it's a scheme and as we exposed and warned about many of them this is one is no different... Our goal is to expose the scheme early so that many naive investors don't get hurt.


you are speaking correctly in case of ponzi schemes existence in principle and describing how it happens.
but
1. no one should accuse another person without any evidence. all these assumptions are irrelevant. at least 95% of traders lose their accounts partially or completely according to statistics. so in 95% of cases you will be right.
2. why are you wasting your energy warning naive investors? as long as the market, trust management exists, there will be investors and there will be losses.
besides, there is enough cruelty in the world where you can direct your superman energy. this is terrorism and wars and bullying of women and children. but you care about other people's money?...

investors must understand the risks of forex and diversify risks by investing in different accounts or areas. and if they got money to burn, then there is no need to warn such people. this is my 2 cents

oportunis
Nov 27 2020 at 15:48
73 posts
Mathias88 posted:
protectron posted:
OldRetiredGuy posted:
@protectron And we have another who KNOWS not only that this is a ponzi scheme but also MY motives for being involved. Thanks for the help Nostradamus.

I'm not Nostradamus but in your case I can predict clearly what will happen...

You can put this comment in a frame and check it once this happens and hopefully you will see what you did wrong, by thinking only about yourself and not people investing now or in the future... I have no idea how long this scheme will last, but no matter it's a scheme and as we exposed and warned about many of them this is one is no different... Our goal is to expose the scheme early so that many naive investors don't get hurt.


you are speaking correctly in case of ponzi schemes existence in principle and describing how it happens.
but
1. no one should accuse another person without any evidence. all these assumptions are irrelevant. at least 95% of traders lose their accounts partially or completely according to statistics. so in 95% of cases you will be right.
2. why are you wasting your energy warning naive investors? as long as the market, trust management exists, there will be investors and there will be losses.
besides, there is enough cruelty in the world where you can direct your superman energy. this is terrorism and wars and bullying of women and children. but you care about other people's money?...

investors must understand the risks of forex and diversify risks by investing in different accounts or areas. and if they got money to burn, then there is no need to warn such people. this is my 2 cents

You need to warn them because most investors are not high-end investors boot poor or middle struggling class that is hoping for the better life and they are lured into this trap and they gain confidence and invest money they cannot afford to lose. It's happening again and again. Here at least we can warn them and hopefully prevent some investors to blindly trust and deposit their life savings.

OldRetiredGuy
Nov 29 2020 at 17:51
29 posts
Guys named @protectron @oportunis & @marco_mmbiz here to save you from your money. As an @OldRetiredGuy let me give you a little advice: Do your own DD. Invest only what you can afford to lose. Make a plan & stick with it. Don’t take advice from those with zero skin in the game.

I have requested another $9k withdrawal & opened another $1k Advanced/Compound package. Slowly. Steadily. Surely.

All the best to each of you - even the doubters!


If it is to be it is up to me!
protectron
Nov 30 2020 at 11:57
13 posts
OldRetiredGuy posted:
Guys named @protectron @oportunis & @marco_mmbiz here to save you from your money. As an @OldRetiredGuy let me give you a little advice: Do your own DD. Invest only what you can afford to lose. Make a plan & stick with it. Don’t take advice from those with zero skin in the game.

I have requested another $9k withdrawal & opened another $1k Advanced/Compound package. Slowly. Steadily. Surely.

All the best to each of you - even the doubters!


Good for you. I hope you will take a deep good look once this collapses. You do know that there is no technology in the world that would keep the draw down under 1% ever... Wallstreet would buy off that company 100x over... You thinking that those results are real is really concerning and damaging for other people and it points out that you have no clue how forex trading works.

Also another question arises, why would somebody need other people money to trade if they have such a free risk ATM system. Why would they need your money specifically if they can make profit on their own? Why would they need the stress and people pointing fingers at them if they can just trade privately? I understand traders that start and don't have capital, but here we see an initial deposit of 10 million so clearly they don't need your money. Oh and I forgot no withdrawals made ever...

Don't be naive and learn to trade on your own. Stay out of such scams. Keep the money on regulated broker and under your control. Invest your time in proper education and only then test on demo and after you find your strategy trade with real.


OldRetiredGuy
Dec 02 2020 at 14:30
29 posts
Did you take all of that right out of a manual @protectron ? Let me repeat: Do your own DD. Invest only what you can afford to lose. Don't take advice from those with zero skin in the game.

So ... I put a small (in relative terms) amount of my total portfolio into this. I withdraw profits regularly (quarterly to begin with & now monthly) with a plan to have my initial investment +100% profit withdrawn in 16 months. So far, right on schedule. The boogeyman (I mean unregulated broker) has performed right on time every time.

Naive you call me? I'm anything but that. Learn to trade on my own you recommend? Let's compare just one trading account for the past couple of years. Then we'll know who's making money and who's acting the part of the trader. You can get your friends @oportunis and @marco_mmbiz in on this also. You may need their numbers ...

Thanks for all the help!

If it is to be it is up to me!
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