broesel067 posted: The vendor denied reimburse of the money - although he promised it on his website.
Now we know he is a betrayer!
contact your credit card company for a refund. Unfortunately you can't trust any refund guarantees for any EAs, unless they use Clickbank.com which has unconditional 60 day refund guarantee for all products sold through it. cheers
If you explain in paypal and you get reaction you can go over to a dispute and i just received 350 euro from another vendor who explained he didn't give a refund. Build your case and show proof. If the vendor makes massive money and you are only losing paypal will notice and you will get your money back. Probably they don't like it but i can show my paypal statistics doing this all the time without any problem
I purchased the ea at the beginning of May 2016. After testing the ea, I realized the ea just opens trades non-stop at certain price levels and closes them immediately, losing major amounts of capital within seconds. Basically, the ea does not work properly and is not what is advertized on the merchant's site. It is a scam.
Also, Paypal does not protect buyers in this case, and neither does your bank if paid through Paypal, which is the only way this scam artist collects payments as he knows his victims have no recourse beside opening a criminal investigation wherever he is residing. His poor English and use of google translate seem to show that he is located somewhere in Thailand or Malaysia. BEWARE OF THIS CROOK!!!!! DO NOT GET SCAMMED!!!! YOU WILL NOT GET YOUR MONEY BACK!!!!!
johntrung posted: Paxforex is a scam broker -They said their license number is Laino Group register number 21973 IBC 2014---------> Nobody can search for this license number cos it's fake - The Financial Services Authority of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has a public warning about their copy cat