Sir Charles with Fap Winner is telling the world now that because of this account, it proves that Pip Jet is a scam bacause it's only been running a few days instead of years. Would you please tell Mr. Charles that you are not Pip Jet, but someone who just bought Pip Jet, and it is working great!
I don't work for Pip Jet, but I hate a pompus know-it-all calling something a scam when he doesn't know what he's talking about.
I completely agree. Just got an email from the so called 'honestforexsignals' saying how bad pip jet was. I am not for or against pip jet. I am against 'honestforexsignals' which by the way steals their signals from vavatrade which has a cheaper subscription.
I bought a copy of Pipjet and placed it on demo. Although their results are attractive I am only optimistic because I spend money to buy the product. I have no way of telling if it will give same or similar results in the future. But Mr. Charles bashing of the Pipjet EA is very unfair; especially that your a promoting your product at the same time.
Mind you that the 4 trades that brought the 17 pips that you are bashing would have produced return of $26.63, 19.12, 24.12 & $20.75 if it was trading the same 1 lot like the five trades that you attached in your email. Your 5 trades were open for times raging between abut three to 6+ hours and went for 40 pips. You'll see that the 4 Pipjet trades were less exposure of the account as they lasted for mostly JUST 'minutes' for small 3, 4 and 5 pips.
I would say that pound-for-pound, based on the two sample data that you have provided, Pipjet knocked you out of the park.
From what I saw, Pipjet presented 5 different scenarios utilizing from low to high risks settings with different brokers. They never tell anyone to trade with high risk.
I am simply a 3rd Party (DailyForexPips.com) that obtained the EA on the day it was released and I'm publicly Forward Testing. So far, my results match that of the https://pipjet-1.mtrocket.com/ account states to go back years.
I have also bought PipJet on the day it were released. I have backtested it as well before I went live. I placed it on 1:100 leverage and say to myself 'What the heck' I have lost more in manual trading. I have also lots of trust in the Megadroid team. The first night on the live account it made me $489.12. I were stunned by its performance thou, but I must not be to happy now - the real results actually counts after a month. See how many losses vs winners. Even if the results comes out at 80% winners, I am still happy thou - will see.......
I have been a member of Fapwinner for several years and I also received the emails from Charles Floyd II, its CEO calling Pipjet a scam and that the 5 reports they have out there showing how profitable it has been on 5 different accounts are all faked. I emailed back explaining to him that none of his complaints have any basis in fact. He replied by saying that he sticks by what he said and he agrees to disagree with me without even acknowledging anything I said. He seems to feel that because he has been involved in Forex for 30 years and most robots are worthless (I cannot disagree with that) he can call Pipjet a scam without needing to actually know anything about it. The words 'pompous ass' comes to mind.
Thanks for the support on this guys. Notice Sir Pompus Ass hasn't said a word on this thread yet as his reputation slowly goes down the drain. You know he's reading these posts. I gave him the chance to make a statement first explaining he was wrong, be he refused. I'd bet you a dollar that he bought Pip Jet, loves it, and tried to use his holiness to keep others from enjoying it's brilliance! 😈
Judging by Sir Charles' response, we have him on the ropes. I think this will be the last time he uses someone elses EA to sell his service. The fun part will be when Pip Jet works like a dream for a year making him look like he doesn't have a clue. 😎
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