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LongVision
Aug 19 2018 at 18:20
254 ieraksti
HarryT posted:
Shoot me your whatapps no and I will give you investor password

Why owner of this profile is not commenting here. Are you authorize by him to give the answer?

The market will trade through it’s path of least resistance .
LongVision
Aug 19 2018 at 18:31
254 ieraksti
Beaware of depositing money to any PAMM/MAM account of Offshore broker. There is no safety of fund and broker may be only a bucket shop broker.If this trading system is so good then he can easily open PAMM/MAM account with reputed broker such as IC market or a FCA regulated broker and attract many investor. Why he is using unknown broker FINTECHFX this is big question here.

The market will trade through it’s path of least resistance .
sjkhaushu
Aug 20 2018 at 07:12
143 ieraksti
I am almost certain these are the same people as Sakura Fx. Just read through this thread:
https://www.myfxbook.com/reviews/signal-providers/sakura-fx-trading/1363902,1

Its just too similar. In the end they scammed many people, there is another thread about that. It was a ponzi scheme with some unknown, fake broker. Same thing here, better spend your money elsewhere.

Harry T (HarryT)
Aug 20 2018 at 07:25
26 ieraksti
LongVision posted:
Beaware of depositing money to any PAMM/MAM account of Offshore broker. There is no safety of fund and broker may be only a bucket shop broker.If this trading system is so good then he can easily open PAMM/MAM account with reputed broker such as IC market or a FCA regulated broker and attract many investor. Why he is using unknown broker FINTECHFX this is big question here.



As an independent sales consultant I'm authorized to give out any public informations, if you wish to contact the company directly then you are fell free to do so.

Why does the company partner up with Fintechfx that I do not know. Fintechfx does not regulated by FCA, that would be silly as they are not based in UK. However, they do hold AFL (Australia Financial License) and regulated by ASIC also they are register with NFA (USA) for commodity exempt.

Lastly when you they can attract many investors then I believe they are already done so.

AxeTrader
Aug 20 2018 at 07:33
25 ieraksti
i notice Sakura Fx Trading have no proved of tracking or record... can some one share Sakura Fx Trading record ? so far i have manage to withdraw for my profit from my signal copied from James Harrison System..

sjkhaushu
Aug 20 2018 at 07:34
143 ieraksti
Why not just open an account with IC Markets or Pepperstone, make a small deposit and replicate results for a couple of weeks. Then this whole debate can be avoided. Its the easiest thing to do to prove the results are not fake.

Harry T (HarryT)
Aug 20 2018 at 08:10
26 ieraksti
sjkhaushu posted:
Why not just open an account with IC Markets or Pepperstone, make a small deposit and replicate results for a couple of weeks. Then this whole debate can be avoided. Its the easiest thing to do to prove the results are not fake.


I have send you the investor password, feel free to monitor yourself first hand.
Fintechfx is based in Melbourne, Australia and regulated by ASIC and hold AFL. Never in history any broker regulated by ASIC turn out to be scammer. BUT, this doesn't mean Fintechfx will not turn out to be another scammer broker. What it mean is Fintechfx is demmed safe to operate and use by public (for now until proven otherwise). I suggest to any future clients please email ASIC and NFA directly for any enquiries regarding Fintechfx. Sakurafx is regulated is Vanuatu, surely we know how reliable off shore regulator is.

AxeTrader
Aug 20 2018 at 08:10
25 ieraksti
i have IC Market account also and myself do the manual trade and VPS on the auto trading.. i just found another good signal that i can copy to make profit after study and check they have regulated by ASIC and AFL like Harry mentioned...

sjkhaushu
Aug 20 2018 at 08:17
143 ieraksti
Sakura deleted their track record over night, when they dissappeared. Their investors were also able to withdraw the 'profits' for a while and then everything was gone over the weekend. It was a ponzi scheme with fake results. And if you look at the trading stats of Sakura, they look a lot like stats from these guys.

LongVision
Aug 20 2018 at 09:08
254 ieraksti
HarryT posted:
LongVision posted:
Beaware of depositing money to any PAMM/MAM account of Offshore broker. There is no safety of fund and broker may be only a bucket shop broker.If this trading system is so good then he can easily open PAMM/MAM account with reputed broker such as IC market or a FCA regulated broker and attract many investor. Why he is using unknown broker FINTECHFX this is big question here.



As an independent sales consultant I'm authorized to give out any public informations, if you wish to contact the company directly then you are fell free to do so.

Why does the company partner up with Fintechfx that I do not know. Fintechfx does not regulated by FCA, that would be silly as they are not based in UK. However, they do hold AFL (Australia Financial License) and regulated by ASIC also they are register with NFA (USA) for commodity exempt.

Lastly when you they can attract many investors then I believe they are already done so.

I get below information on there site
FintechFX is a trading name of My Group Fintech Co Pty Ltd (registration number 24375 IBC 2017) duly incorporated in Saint Vincent and The Grenadines.
They are registered with ASIC not as a broker. So Fintechfx is a offshore broker there is no doubt about it.


The market will trade through it’s path of least resistance .
LongVision
Aug 20 2018 at 09:25
254 ieraksti
HarryT posted:
sjkhaushu posted:
Why not just open an account with IC Markets or Pepperstone, make a small deposit and replicate results for a couple of weeks. Then this whole debate can be avoided. Its the easiest thing to do to prove the results are not fake.


I have send you the investor password, feel free to monitor yourself first hand.
Fintechfx is based in Melbourne, Australia and regulated by ASIC and hold AFL. Never in history any broker regulated by ASIC turn out to be scammer. BUT, this doesn't mean Fintechfx will not turn out to be another scammer broker. What it mean is Fintechfx is demmed safe to operate and use by public (for now until proven otherwise). I suggest to any future clients please email ASIC and NFA directly for any enquiries regarding Fintechfx. Sakurafx is regulated is Vanuatu, surely we know how reliable off shore regulator is.

Fintechfx is based in in Saint Vincent please don't provide any incorrect information Fintechfx is not registered with ASIC as a broker. There is similar type of scam happened in past offshore broker closed there business within few days without any liability and theft investor money.

The market will trade through it’s path of least resistance .
AxeTrader
Aug 20 2018 at 10:29
25 ieraksti
sjkhaushu posted:
Sakura deleted their track record over night, when they dissappeared. Their investors were also able to withdraw the 'profits' for a while and then everything was gone over the weekend. It was a ponzi scheme with fake results. And if you look at the trading stats of Sakura, they look a lot like stats from these guys.
i guess Harry have send you the investor password.. you may take a look before judge before saying any system is ponzi.. of course any system have certain level of risk.. as my understanding.. for those company as regulated now in by ASIC and AFL.. for now the risk can be minimum.. does not say is 100%.. no body can guaranteed 100% safe trading.. including myself trading in IC market.. i have experience of few trade not executed per the prices as set by EA.. can i say they are scam ? yes or no....

LongVision
Aug 20 2018 at 10:42
254 ieraksti
AxeTrader posted:
sjkhaushu posted:
Sakura deleted their track record over night, when they dissappeared. Their investors were also able to withdraw the 'profits' for a while and then everything was gone over the weekend. It was a ponzi scheme with fake results. And if you look at the trading stats of Sakura, they look a lot like stats from these guys.
i guess Harry have send you the investor password.. you may take a look before judge before saying any system is ponzi.. of course any system have certain level of risk.. as my understanding.. for those company as regulated now in by ASIC and AFL.. for now the risk can be minimum.. does not say is 100%.. no body can guaranteed 100% safe trading.. including myself trading in IC market.. i have experience of few trade not executed per the prices as set by EA.. can i say they are scam ? yes or no....

It is nice that you deposited money with offshore broker Fintechfx good luck for your investment but why are you encouraging other people to do the same?

The market will trade through it’s path of least resistance .
sjkhaushu
Aug 21 2018 at 06:43
143 ieraksti
AxeTrader posted:
sjkhaushu posted:
Sakura deleted their track record over night, when they dissappeared. Their investors were also able to withdraw the 'profits' for a while and then everything was gone over the weekend. It was a ponzi scheme with fake results. And if you look at the trading stats of Sakura, they look a lot like stats from these guys.
i guess Harry have send you the investor password.. you may take a look before judge before saying any system is ponzi.. of course any system have certain level of risk.. as my understanding.. for those company as regulated now in by ASIC and AFL.. for now the risk can be minimum.. does not say is 100%.. no body can guaranteed 100% safe trading.. including myself trading in IC market.. i have experience of few trade not executed per the prices as set by EA.. can i say they are scam ? yes or no....



I didnt say its a ponzi scheme. All I said it looks very much like Sakura, which was a ponzi. And their broker is not regulated by ASIC, LongVision explained it well. I dont know if Harry sent me investor password, so far I havent gotten any PM. I will check it out if I ever get the longins.


Harry T (HarryT)
Aug 21 2018 at 06:44
26 ieraksti
LongVision posted:
HarryT posted:
sjkhaushu posted:
Why not just open an account with IC Markets or Pepperstone, make a small deposit and replicate results for a couple of weeks. Then this whole debate can be avoided. Its the easiest thing to do to prove the results are not fake.


I have send you the investor password, feel free to monitor yourself first hand.
Fintechfx is based in Melbourne, Australia and regulated by ASIC and hold AFL. Never in history any broker regulated by ASIC turn out to be scammer. BUT, this doesn't mean Fintechfx will not turn out to be another scammer broker. What it mean is Fintechfx is demmed safe to operate and use by public (for now until proven otherwise). I suggest to any future clients please email ASIC and NFA directly for any enquiries regarding Fintechfx. Sakurafx is regulated is Vanuatu, surely we know how reliable off shore regulator is.

Fintechfx is based in in Saint Vincent please don't provide any incorrect information Fintechfx is not registered with ASIC as a broker. There is similar type of scam happened in past offshore broker closed there business within few days without any liability and theft investor money.



This will be my last post as you already make up your mind as much as I have make up my own mind. Look at attached pics and tell me if Pepperstone and IC markets hold broker license from ASIC. Also, Fintechfx is based in Melbourne. What you referring to is My Group Fintech Pty Ltd which is the main group that overlooking Fintechfx and yes the main group is based in offshore. Lastly, do research of Neo Super Mass which is Australian investment company which founded in 2005, this company clearly stated their subsidiary is Fintechfx. Now, use a bit of your logic, do you think a legitimate company which founded over 13 years ago would back up a scam company. Been a fund discussion @LongVision but please next time get your facts right before pointing fingers.

Pielikumi


LongVision
Aug 21 2018 at 07:03
254 ieraksti
HarryT posted:
LongVision posted:
HarryT posted:
sjkhaushu posted:
Why not just open an account with IC Markets or Pepperstone, make a small deposit and replicate results for a couple of weeks. Then this whole debate can be avoided. Its the easiest thing to do to prove the results are not fake.


I have send you the investor password, feel free to monitor yourself first hand.
Fintechfx is based in Melbourne, Australia and regulated by ASIC and hold AFL. Never in history any broker regulated by ASIC turn out to be scammer. BUT, this doesn't mean Fintechfx will not turn out to be another scammer broker. What it mean is Fintechfx is demmed safe to operate and use by public (for now until proven otherwise). I suggest to any future clients please email ASIC and NFA directly for any enquiries regarding Fintechfx. Sakurafx is regulated is Vanuatu, surely we know how reliable off shore regulator is.

Fintechfx is based in in Saint Vincent please don't provide any incorrect information Fintechfx is not registered with ASIC as a broker. There is similar type of scam happened in past offshore broker closed there business within few days without any liability and theft investor money.



This will be my last post as you already make up your mind as much as I have make up my own mind. Look at attached pics and tell me if Pepperstone and IC markets hold broker license from ASIC. Also, Fintechfx is based in Melbourne. What you referring to is My Group Fintech Pty Ltd which is the main group that overlooking Fintechfx and yes the main group is based in offshore. Lastly, do research of Neo Super Mass which is Australian investment company which founded in 2005, this company clearly stated their subsidiary is Fintechfx. Now, use a bit of your logic, do you think a legitimate company which founded over 13 years ago would back up a scam company. Been a fund discussion @LongVision but please next time get your facts right before pointing fingers.

Fintechfx is operating under license in Saint Vincent Fintechfx and based there's corporate office in Saint Vincent not based in Melbourne and not operating under ASIC as there website clearly states it so if anyone open account with Fintechfx they are opening trading account with offshore broker and account will not come under purview of ASIC there is no doubt about it. I don't understand that why you are trying to give incorrect information that Fintechfx is based in Australia. You can't change the fact Fintechfx is offshore broker no matter what license it's parent organization hold.

Pielikumi


The market will trade through it’s path of least resistance .
sjkhaushu
Aug 21 2018 at 07:11
143 ieraksti
Well, Harry said he sent me the login info but I never got them so he actually did not send them. Thats all anyone needs to know about how much trust we can put in these people....

Harry T (HarryT)
Aug 21 2018 at 13:33
26 ieraksti
sjkhaushu posted:
Well, Harry said he sent me the login info but I never got them so he actually did not send them. Thats all anyone needs to know about how much trust we can put in these people....

Pielikumi


fxbreaker
Aug 23 2018 at 14:11
26 ieraksti
Hi Harry, let us discuss about this fintechfx

If a company is running business that not licensed by regulator, then it is illegal, since it is illegal then forget about segregated account and fund security.

These are comparisons of REAL Forex Broker and NOT .. just based on license information from ASIC and NFA

ASIC :



https://search-afsl.com/Fxcm%20Australia%20Pty.%20Limited/afs-licensee/309763/ -> FXCM
https://search-afsl.com/Gain%20Capital%20Australia%20Pty%20ltd/afs-licensee/345646/ -> GAINCAPITAL
https://search-afsl.com/MY%20Group%20Fintech%20CO%20Pty%20ltd/afs-licensee/493603/ -> FINTECH

NFA:





https://www.nfa.futures.org/basicnet/Details.aspx?entityid=8xWTPnTVRTw%3d -> Gain Capital
https://www.nfa.futures.org/basicnet/Details.aspx?entityid=tDw0VT6Nt%2f8%3d -> OANDA
https://www.nfa.futures.org/basicnet/Details.aspx?entityid=z2oWG2ReIeI%3d -> Sample of CPO / CTA that Registered & Approved
https://www.nfa.futures.org/basicnet/Details.aspx?entityid=QW%2fJDVqYKUE%3d -> FINTECH (CPO / CTA not Registered)




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