Thanks A lot John, after reading your post I took the EA off. I made about 20USD on the 2 days trading - minimal lot size, that has covered the 1USD I paid so I am happy. I did notice today that it opened about 5 orders in quick succession, this was too risky for me so I closed 4 of them at a small profit. I cant trust this system in the end, bye bye...
Hi Cooliothan I want to be a part of it. Here is 3 winning trades from friday
10 winning trades all week and no losses
wish i didn't have it set on mini's. so far so good
Hi Cooliocould be i havent seen any of the faked statements
were watching it live at forexrobotnation and results are put up there by all
traders. trading with money i can afford to lose
2 weeks ago 235 pips with low drawdown
he also took some short trades successfully during this time
I would be cautious about the autopipsprofits.com offering as it is the same group that is behind the pushbuttonpips.com and forexarbitrages.com scams, there are also many other sites where they have been more interested in taking peoples money with pressure marketing tactics rather than offering any decent trading services. I made a post in a recent thread about those scams.
The results look ok at and I haven't had time to check them in detail, but at a glance then the results are from a demo account with a fixed $5k sum, if you look at the actual pip results (click on Stats, then the chart tab, then select 'pips banked per individual week') then you can see they're not that consistent and have been worse this year. If you go to the Statement then you can see multiple trades applied and over-leveraging, basically the results are traded on a demo but also with extra risk to make them show a consistent monthly profit, just so it looks good, but as you can see from the actual pip results then the trading is quite bad and very risky. I also looked at the live account logins they offered on the sales page (not shown there now) and the history was a joke, where they'd added funds to make it seem that there was an overall profit when infact there was really a serious loss on one of the accounts.
Basically they have faked all claims and the live accounts were nothing like the mt4i account, which seems to be faked on a demo account that also doesn't have any new trades, so nothing is consistent here, which is about right for this group as all they want to do is impress people to get them to pay and rely on them not requesting a refund, so if not happy then please do get a refund of all funds within 60 days by going directly to Plimus customer support and selecting the refund option, no need to ask the seller or ever respond to them, just force the refund directly with no hassle.
After what I've seen so far then I wouldn't trust these people to auto-trade my account if they paid me, let alone paying their rip-off price of $67 per month. You can do better with a decent EA or at a free signal service such as Zulutrade.com just make sure you select the signals carefully and don't over-leverage.
I hope the above helps and it is sad that this sales group keep starting so many hard selling Forex related campaigns to rip people off and not one of them to date has provided a decent trading service, so please be very cautious and use a demo account at first if you do try it.
PS. The direct EA and package download area from their page is , which is the same server directory as it was for forexarbitrages.com where they've not realised to protect it with a loading web page. The EA's need an authentication code, the standalone type could be cracked and there is a trading system, but none of it seems that impressive.
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