Scythian posted: Probably this 'John James' profile was created by them in order to post positive feedback and reviews. Very bad behavior... Based on my exepience they are one of the WORST provider. Stay awyay and choose another provider!
I am on this site(myfxbook.com) even before using this Rebate Service
Many people don't Post their Rebates and thats why you find only few posting that they got paid
Regarding the site,yeah there has been delays but last heard they are re-structuring
Then again,nobody is forcing you to stick with them
This provider is not reliable. They promote an 50% affiliate commission, but it seems it is fake. They don't show anything about the earned commission, you see only the referred users. You need to request the commission calculation in every month and they can give you random numbers. You'll never see any detailed statement about your affiliate commission. Even if you request it. They give you a small timeframe when you can request to commission calculation, if you miss it, you have to wait one more month. Support are slow or they simply skip your message. Probably this 'John James' profile was created by them in order to post positive feedback and reviews. Very bad behavior... Based on my exepience they are one of the WORST provider. Stay awyay and choose another provider!
KHStyle posted: does best forexcashback still pay ?
Of course,they pay Have your tried their service? Thanks --------- BTW,got paid 2 Internal Transfers to my Exness Account😎
1.Your rebates ($14.65) for account number 6xxxx5 has been paid.(Feb 23,2015) 2.Your rebates ($21.79) for account number 6xxxx5 has been paid.(March 09,2015) ========== They pay weekly and mostly within a day. You can get paid via various Payment Processors or Internal Transfers direct to your trading account I have been using their Service for nearly a year or so,and they never misses any payments -------- Try their service and find it our for yourself(Might try with small amounts to start with)😄
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