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This website is nothing but a pure scam. Why? Because after doing my own due diligence, I found some very interesting information about it. I don’t even know where to start:

1. They claim that they hold and manage over 26M in total funds, nothing wrong with that but can you guys explain to me why on earth can they only afford to pay $250 for a design backend overhaul to some random people in forums? Here’s a link of his post: />
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2. His name on WHOIS is Ruben King, not sure if that’s a fake name as well because he’s so used to and runs a company that is called Global Alternatives Investments Ltd.

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3. His forum activity was last seen on October 7, 2016 All of a sudden when I emailed him about whether the profile belongs to them, they said no and said it was a third party firm but that’s not the case, before 57 minutes later, someone actually logged in the account, what a coincidence hunh? The account was left out for 5+ months and all of a sudden, someone logged in Here’s his reply before I posted the activity log: Here’s another reply when questioned about it: How on earth can he say he will contact Jurgen tomorrow and all of sudden say he contacted him 2 hours ago? RED FLAG He said he emailed him the link 2 hours ago but the link was sent a few minutes prior, are you guys kidding me? I sent it on March 28, 2017 11:40 AM he claims he had sent the above links of profile I asked him about 2 hours ago.

4. As pointed above, the forum account is shared that means the forum account belongs to him and that clearly indicates that he was buying fake reviews as posted />
5. Was offered a trial account for 1000 euros, something unheard of. They claimed it was real money….

6. His company Global Alternatives Investments Ltd., a UK based company, was dissolved on the 5th of January 2017

When asked about it through email, he denied it and claimed it was not their company. How can it not be your company if that’s what I found on your WHOIS?

Few minutes later, he apologized and said yes, it belongs to them but refuses to admit it was dissolved

7. He manages a few other scam forex websites and was looking to get cheap logos for his other websites. Some of the other website he manages are DYNAMIC FX FUND and FOREXVERIFIED.COM /> />
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8. He claims to hold and manage over 26M total worth of funds and claims as well to be profitable so why on earth is he participating and looking to make money online with MLM programs (Multi-level Marketing)? He claims to be making over $1,000 a day with a program called "Roadmap to Riches". Here’s his reply: />
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9. He is paying people to post him fake reviews on Google and other websites />
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10. He manages a dozen of forex websites, all where he tells people about how profitable and good of a trader he is: FX Globe is also one of them:

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11. He is looking to remodel his other scam forex website for $200: />
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12. They claim to be licensed by a regulator/website that they created called Broker Dealer Compliance or

This regulator has no reputation, no reviews and their whois registration is private which means they are hiding their identity. Why would a regulator hide its identity if it was legit?

Their contact us page has no address, no phone number. You can only reach them virtually through email. What kind of a regulator is that?

13. claims to be accepting credit cards but when asked about it, they said it is not available and that the only way to deposit is through a random third party bank account that belongs to a random guy in the UK while they claim they are located in Austria.

14. They have no track record whatsoever. Do not believe images posted or reviews on forums, as I explained above, you can easily buy fake reviews, doesn’t cost much!

15. They enjoy using fake names, that’s part of their too too scam.

16. admits having Canadian clients but also admits that they do not hold a license to solicit or manage people’s money, are you kidding me?

All in all, I can keep going and will soon make a website and post all of this. I will make sure this scam goes down in no time.

14. VIRTUAL OFFICES: Their so called accounting/auditing by the name of Thomas Services: is non existing business that has a virtual office at 23 Milton Parade Malvern, VIC 3144 Australia />
Here’s their so called fake audit log:

Funny thing, their domain is for sale now:

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