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Offline robthescammer

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STAY AWAY from Rob Booker / TFL365
« on: May 01, 2014, 07:12:53 PM »
This guy is nothing but a crook that takes your money and then blocks you when you need clarification. This is not the first time he has back-pedaled. A lot of bad trades conveniently disappear from the recommendation section when they go sour.

Enough of the ranting, let's get to the screenshots.

First recommendation (sell on the red-trendline break)



Back-pedaled second recommendation



Looks fine? But there was no SMS despite the pair going past 1.6230. So I asked him whether he got in the trade this time.



Next thing you know, he gets defensive and all trippy.



And starts blocking my account(s).




Stay away from this guy at all costs.

Edit: Oh and his solution to the bad first trade?



Surprise surprise, tagged the stop and came back down. This guy can't even place his stops right.
« Last Edit: May 01, 2014, 07:22:11 PM by robthescammer »

Offline met-devil

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Re: STAY AWAY from Rob Booker / TFL365
« Reply #1 on: August 10, 2017, 04:38:54 AM »
You are correct....this guy is a scammer. I have read on other sites about how he answers (or not) messages. He hires people to answer your messages, does not care what the answers are. I know he claims he was a lawyer, and a roofer, and many other things. He was a Bishop at a Mormon church in WV when he left his wife and children for another woman in CA and was ex-communidated. I know so much that I wish I could share but the Feds should be investigating this guy, he is anything but legit. This man lacks any moral character. I am not an attorney but I am pretty sure an investigation would show fraud.

Offline Stephan09

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Re: STAY AWAY from Rob Booker / TFL365
« Reply #2 on: August 10, 2017, 08:55:21 AM »
Well, it's sad to admit, but the main guilty one is a client.
The existence of such Robs, Bobs and other guys similar means only that some traders seek for an easy solution for trading. Supply-demand fulfilling.
Noone can take a responsibility to your losses except yourself.

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Re: STAY AWAY from Rob Booker / TFL365
« Reply #3 on: August 30, 2017, 11:33:00 PM »
most all if not all trade alert sites are scams,

its always the same. also they all refuse to show a myfxbook. when they refuse that, then run for the hills as fast you can.

seen this over and over. to date i have not seen a good one, not a single one.

Offline adrazz

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Re: STAY AWAY from Rob Booker / TFL365
« Reply #4 on: January 11, 2019, 10:33:54 AM »
Well, it's sad to admit, but the main guilty one is a client.
The existence of such Robs, Bobs and other guys similar means only that some traders seek for an easy solution for trading. Supply-demand fulfilling.
Noone can take a responsibility to your losses except yourself.

Totally agree, people should learn to read the markets themselves!
Adam

Indicators show the past. Price Action "Indicates" the future.

Offline jwatts7701

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Re: STAY AWAY from Rob Booker / TFL365
« Reply #5 on: January 11, 2019, 03:50:58 PM »
most all if not all trade alert sites are scams,

its always the same. also they all refuse to show a myfxbook. when they refuse that, then run for the hills as fast you can.

seen this over and over. to date i have not seen a good one, not a single one.

This one is the most true reinerh. I had a guy selling a signal I was interested in come up with the most ridiculous excuses on why he couldn't do a myfxbook. The truth is, if you have a mt4 account (and some other platforms), and if it is yours, and if it is legit, there really is ZERO reason that you cannot put it on myfxbook. Zero. His latest excuse to me was "myfxbook is to easy to fake. We don't trust it". Give me a break. If no myfxbook - no deal. That should be an fx law!

 

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