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Offline jubal

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Wealth Harvestors
« on: June 27, 2011, 08:36:00 AM »
Anyone get this dropped into their email inbox?  Only had a quick read through it so far but it seems its a semi automatic signal and an EA.  They sent me zip files with EAs, templates,manuals etc etc  for a one month free trial so hopefully I'll get it set up later today. Dont see any past results on the website but no point turning up your nose at a freebie ;)

http://www.wealthharvestors.com/
« Last Edit: June 27, 2011, 09:54:01 AM by jubal »
If you can keep your head when all around you are losing theirs.... then you have probably underestimated the seriousness of the situation

Offline jgadefelth

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Re: Wealth Harvestors
« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2011, 10:41:32 AM »
thanks for the info however i think they should've be happy if you ask them about their performance, It's a way of showing intrest in their service

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Offline donnaforex

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Re: Wealth Harvestors
« Reply #2 on: June 27, 2011, 11:16:43 AM »
I just wanted to write a note here to say 'be careful'. I have seen an increase in Nigerian fraudsters branching out into the forex niche, which is very worrying (speaking from experience here as a 419scambuster which is my other hobby besides forex trading!), and this site is Nigerian owned.

The payment systems are via western union/libertyreserve/bank wire which are all systems where you will not get your money back in the event of problems.

The main risk/worry for me on this website is not the signal service or EA's they are selling, but the managed account options. I can't see any details on the site, but if anyone does invest in a managed account through them, NEVER NEVER NEVER send money to them for this purpose.

Genuine managed accounts are usually run via a power of attorney given over your own named broker account. This means that you open an account at the broker in your own name and you retain the only control over who withdraws money out of the account, you just hand the broker a form giving the account manager access to trade on that account. THerefore there is no need and you should not be sending money for managed accounts directly to the account manager. The only time i'd consider doing this is for well known, regulated investment funds (i'm in one myself via my bank).

My intention here isn't to teach granny how to suck eggs - i know most people reading this will be pretty clued up on how to protect themselves from fraud, but i felt it important to write a note here for those that may be unaware.
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Re: Wealth Harvestors
« Reply #3 on: June 27, 2011, 08:08:28 PM »
thanks for the info however i think they should've be happy if you ask them about their performance, It's a way of showing intrest in their service

best regards

As per Donna's Post "BUYER BEWARE"....these guys are reeeaaal slick...tried their free trial last year and their indicator works very well.....but only for a while....kills you in ranging market and their EA is based on their main indicator...

Offline jubal

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Re: Wealth Harvestors
« Reply #4 on: June 27, 2011, 09:27:10 PM »
thanks for the info however i think they should've be happy if you ask them about their performance, It's a way of showing intrest in their service

best regards

As per Donna's Post "BUYER BEWARE"....these guys are reeeaaal slick...tried their free trial last year and their indicator works very well.....but only for a while....kills you in ranging market and their EA is based on their main indicator...

Thanks for the warnings on this. Not the sort of thing I would throw money at anyway.  But I dont mind having a go at something if its free ;)

This is a strange one anyway.  I assumed that there were 2 options, ie an EA and a signal service.  It turns out that the EA or rather EAs dont actually enter trades, plus you have to make up your own stop loss and tp. You get 3 Eas and the idea is you open 3 charts and place an Ea on each, with 3 different tp values. But what happens is you just get an alert that there is a trade set up. You then have to manually enter 3 different trades.  Seems a total wste of time so I have already taken it down.
If you can keep your head when all around you are losing theirs.... then you have probably underestimated the seriousness of the situation

 

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