Do you trade your own money because this is obviously a demo account? Why you don't you learn that the biggest attestation for managed account services is a real money account. It's very easy to risk other people's money. Until you show some real account your offer is ridiculous.
Opening yourself up for all kinds of liabilities. Read the disclaimer on the bottom of the fxbook page. All fx sites have that. Not having it means if you lose even one cent of my capital I will hold you responsible for loss of my capital, and all my future income (and my children's) I could have generated from that capital that you guaranteed.
Might just as well skip the process and give me all your money now, unless of course you're not legit. I find it difficult to believe that anybody who has aspirations to being a serious MM would make a claim like that.
In most countries just making such a claim is illegal.
Hmmm ... capital guarantee. That sounds good. And 3 months of success. Sounds even better.
Now there's one thing I don't understand - if you're good with money, then you probably have some yourself and know people who have some money too - so why do you have to look for unknown 'investors' on the internet?
I for one think that MyFxbook should somehow separate the 'managers' and the rest of us who are trading without looking for 'investors' - something like the commercial section on ForexFactory?