1) the first poster as of today has one post 2) the owner of the account responded to the first poster within 1 minute (yes, I checked the message when it was 10 minutes old) 3) the first 380+% was realized with the first 5-6 trades ... which could or could not mean that different rules were applied 4) the account is real but super small and the text/image on the web page says: 'inventor profited over 100k' yet the real account statement shows $250 and myfxbook I guess also is around that size since it uses 0.01/0.05 lots ...
As a programmer I do understand the need to protect the program but do not enjoy any program placing dll files in places other than in the mt4 folders. The protection on this program is good and I wish for a great succes to the developer. At 70 dollars it is worth a try and I will report back once I receive the registration number from the programmer.
Have to mention that I do not especially like up sells after making a purchase so perhaps the programmer would be better advised to make his presentation of the advanced versions and other features on the main site other than do what all the other programmers have been doing for some time and attempting to make up sells after the original purchase.
Upsells simply make a trader feel that the original purchase is not as good as it could be and that one should spend more funds to get what we see here.
Question of course if whether what we see here, as results, is the basic program or the advanced program that is an upsell.
Will keep posted and compare my results to their account and see if trades are similar.
Might also mention that I am still awaiting for the registration number to activate the program here although they state 24/7 support.
'duzytfx' good to see you are observant here. Missed that one for sure.
UPDATE: Received the registration number. Support was direct from the programmer and friendly enough.
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