fxtom posted: i did not and dont and wont scam anyone ..you guys are too much beginner that speaking and understanding my trading system
Lets look at this objectively, 1) You manage millions, but cannot show us, 2) You have been trading a Demo account for 2 years but cannot show us a real, personal account, 3) Your clients, with millions are not even allowed to see your trading accounts, 4) When confronted with questions, you start calling people names. All this says SCAM to me. Let's take a vote; what does everyone else think?
this is why i tell you are reall a fool guy ..i answerd all of these questions before
so go to hell
As a possible client, it is my business. This is something you don't seem to understand. Even if you are a scammer, you need to have much better communication to possible customers.
you poor guy cant provide even neither $100.000 nor 1 million so your are not my client
You poor guy can't find people to scam with your fake demo account . . . its sad.
Just a warning to new people viewing this thread. Be careful. Every time, and I mean *every* time, a vendor (whether an EA seller, signal vendor, or what have you) has a bad attitude and is rude and obnoxious (and often caught cheating, shilling, and lying BTW), their products are *always* junk anyway. No exceptions.
fxtom posted: the power of my system is because i am a professional trader and closing month after month by profit this is why most of investors invest here with me.
all investment above $100.000 are welcome
now all 0f my focus on next target
The power of your system is you don't have to deal with real life spreads, slippage, have your orders instantly filled, etc. All because it is a Demo Account. It's no great secret. You are a professional scammer, not a good one, but you try.
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