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BellaVista507

Membre depuis Jan 19, 2013  251 messages BellaVista507 Mar 29 2013 at 16:34
Mevo posted:
Bellavista, you convinced me that you were not working for Exness, but just a 'complete idiot who KNOWS' everything, like already said. So still not a word on all proofs posted here and on FPA, which was the point of the discussion on the first place. And you seem to not have looked at all since you would have seen how Exness does NOT do automatic withdrawals anymore when you have won 'too much' for them: It's on the FIRST page of the forum, right there:
https://www.myfxbook.com/community/general/how-i-got-ripped-off/429695,1

And if you were able to do withdrawals, fine. Nice for you. I have been able to do some withdrawals too until one point (as you can see on the forum). Maybe you didn't won enough to be scammed, as there are regularly uploads back to your credit card, meaning that you deposited regularly too.

Or maybe you were lucky. It's all the same that all you said before: Does the fact that you managed to some withdrawals say that Exness always performs withdrawals of winning traders ? You have proofs of some trading without major problem and some withdrawals without problem. I have proofs of having been stuck with 9 lots of position that I was TOTALLY UNABLE to close, and Exness behavior after (all chats, everything. Just have a look on FPA by yourself), and a withdrawal that wasn't automatic anymore and wasn't performed.

Does your proofs prove that I wasn't scammed ? Or does my proofs prove that Exness is not always honest ?
My point is to warn people about them. If you're not affiliated with them, I don't really see the point of what you're trying to do, honesty.


 There is no way everyone else has automatic withdrawals, and all of a sudden you don't. There is no magic number in which they will stop withdrawing funds from your exness account back to you. That is by far a crock of B.S. I turned 250 usd into 17,600 dollars for a client, and he was able to withdraw EVERYTHING TO HIS MONEYBOOKERS and bank wire. I would say 250 to 17,600 is a big profit! Either way, I still think your full of crap!

BellaVista507

Membre depuis Jan 19, 2013  251 messages BellaVista507 Mar 29 2013 at 16:41
Turtlesrus posted:
Mevo posted:
Or maybe he indeed work for Exness ? Their 'support' are very, VERY good at playing stupid ... I never knew if they really were or were damn good at playing it.


HighLeverage 652.86% 38.98% 49.2 - 1:1000 Real

Look at this, he is leveraging his stuff through the roof with a lot trade (basically gambling) and trying to convince me how I'm a bad trader and how he wouldn't miss 10 pips caused by a requote or a sudden slippage or what ever dafuq market makers bs excuses are for cheating...What a freakin loser, lol.



 Gambling isn't defined by how much 'leverage' you use. Or the amount you wager. Please google the world to have a better understanding. Yet my trades has nothing to do with your crying and B!tching about exness. Please find it in your soul to accept the fact that exness never told you to buy or sell. It was you who made that decision. In which you are b!tching about the requotes and the spread because it cost you money. Anyway enjoy your easter weekend, and pray for guidance on how to stop deflecting.

Mevo

Membre depuis May 23, 2012  65 messages Mevo Mar 29 2013 at 16:42
Bellavista: You know what. You are right. I'm full of crap.
Each time, you answered to every single point I pointed out, and really demonstrated how right you are.


Pièces jointes:

Mevo

Membre depuis May 23, 2012  65 messages Mevo Mar 29 2013 at 16:45 (édité à Mar 29 2013 at 16:46 )
BellaVista507 posted:
It was you who made that decision.


This time you REALLY are right: Exness never forced me to open an account with them, IT WAS MY DECISION, and IT IS MY FAULT! I just want other people to not do the same MISTAKE.

Enjoy your easter weekend too.

BellaVista507

Membre depuis Jan 19, 2013  251 messages BellaVista507 Mar 29 2013 at 16:47
Mevo posted:
Bellavista: You know what. You are right. I'm full of crap.
Each time, you answered to every single point I pointed out, and really demonstrated how right you are.



 You showing that picture means nothing. Maybe your request was denied, because you deposited with a credit card before trying to withdraw what ever profit/ balance remained. Which of course would mean the deposited amount would have to be returned to the credit card, in which the remaining amount can be sent to you via moneybookers. :) So since you feel the need to post snapshots. Post everything so we can see what is really going on. Not to mention you could of easily photoshopped that :) How how about you show a screen capture (video) if your deposits and withdraws to see what has happened.

Turtlesrus

Membre depuis Sep 07, 2012  64 messages Barbarian (Turtlesrus) Mar 29 2013 at 16:53
He is claiming it's not gambling with only 3 trades and already an 80% drawdown..Bahaha...I looked for the definition of 'gambling' and your picture is right next to it buddy.

Carpe diem
Mevo

Membre depuis May 23, 2012  65 messages Mevo Mar 29 2013 at 16:57
You showing that picture means nothing.

It means at least that withdrawals can stop to be automatic. You said 'No way ...' Remember ? It was 10 minutes ago.
For your information, there was only one first deposit with moneybookers at the beginning.

About posting everything, I provided you several times the links to the forum and FPA where everything has been posted ... And everybody can see everything there.

Sure, tell me, what is the point of photoshopping the snapshot (and videos can't be modified, you're still funny) ? Because I'm working for another broker and want to try to discredit Exness, right ? Make a lot more sens that you are actually working for them...

Ok, we should stop there.

Turtlesrus

Membre depuis Sep 07, 2012  64 messages Barbarian (Turtlesrus) Mar 29 2013 at 17:01
I wish I could thumb up this comment tho. Fxbook needs an option to rate comments.

'BellaVista507 posted:
It was you who made that decision.

This time you REALLY are right: Exness never forced me to open an account with them, IT WAS MY DECISION, and IT IS MY FAULT! I just want other people to not do the same MISTAKE.
''

Carpe diem
BellaVista507

Membre depuis Jan 19, 2013  251 messages BellaVista507 Mar 30 2013 at 05:19
Turtlesrus posted:
He is claiming it's not gambling with only 3 trades and already an 80% drawdown..Bahaha...I looked for the definition of 'gambling' and your picture is right next to it buddy.


 Whoa amazing. Very mature response. Yet since you lack the ability of doing a google search. Allow me to do it for you. Gambling is the wagering of money or something of material value (referred to as 'the stakes') on an event with an uncertain outcome with the primary intent of winning additional money and/or material goods. :) Something that EVERYONE does when they place an order. :)

BellaVista507

Membre depuis Jan 19, 2013  251 messages BellaVista507 Mar 30 2013 at 05:19
And you have no data... Whats wrong? Have you blown your account? Or are you going to blame exness for that also?

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