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Discussion in 'Forex Signals Services' started by Administrator, Jan 17, 2011.

  1. Administrator

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  2. bobsfx

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    Misleading

    About half way down the copy paste pips (CPP) website: http://copypastepips.com/secret.htm ...is a claim under a snapshot of the mt4i DoW tab that reads: “Pulled in $12,534.19 in Net Profits Just Last Week!” See Attached Thumbnail.

    This occurred over the LAST SEVEN MONTHS – NOT SEVEN DAYS!

    At the very least, this type of advertising is MISLEADING! Apparently the website design specialist does not know how to interpret the mt4i "analysis by day of week" (DoW) stats. Or does he?

    See www.mt4i.com/users/copypastepips_main/stats ...and observe the DoW tab.

    I did purchase the program (you can click through the bogus ad campaign and get a trial version for $4.95).

    My results so far? The CPP EA crashed my trading platform twice! If you have any issues, you may need to wait 48+ hours for a response. It is only now I learn from a long awaited response that I need to download CPP to a "separate Meta Trader that contains no EAs".

    Maybe there is money to be made with CCP; but for now, it appears more energy is spent on a misleading ad campaign than providing a legitimate functioning product.
     

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  3. abbydog

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    Misleading...no answer to ?s

    The owner goes through 20 minutes of hype and says even if a million people signed up.....there would not be any impact to others. Next thing we know...they are shutting down entry to the site. I tried emailing with questions before I purchased over 2 days ago..........no answers and supposedly the site is shut down.
     
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  5. Red Quist

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    Bad Experience

    I clicked through the ads until I got a come on for $4.95. As I recall, I had one trade in my trial week, and canceled it at the end of it. Click Bank then charged me $49.95 and I can't contact them and can't get my money back, but they did eventually cancel my service (before the month was out).

    That was bad but then my credit card was hit by two large (500-800) charges at Dell and Bed-Bath and Beyond. The credit card I used is seldom used and I'm sure the breach came from this site.

    I am convinced CopyPastePips are crooks.
     

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