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forexcashdetective Is scam

Discussion in 'Scam Alerts' started by NickBaaz, Aug 11, 2009.

  1. NickBaaz

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    Hi every one,

    I hate scammer like this, so i made this post to inform every one beware of this product which launch today..it's a scam made by the same guy who made Forex Maestro, semiautoforex , ThefxMentor ...

    The website is : Forex Cash Detective

    when you click on the Buy Link, it will direct you to plimus. website, then sroll to bottom , Click on The FX Elite , that will direct you to FOREX Maestro website..

    HTML Code:

    Plimus is under contract with The FX Elite to process online orders and collect payments for The Forex Cash Detective If you have any content-related or technical questions about The Forex Cash Detective, please contact directly at: support@forexcashdetective.com

    Every one knows forexmaestro is a scam now.

    Besides 2 of these websites, he also had some other scam website,

    Here is the proof
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    Please take these site down...to prevent other people become victim.
     
  2. NickBaaz

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    Update:

    I record a Proof video for this scam

     
    #2 NickBaaz, Aug 11, 2009
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    Strange refund policy

    Opening the Forex Cash Detective allows you to buy ForexCashDetective for $197 and there is a "60 day money back promise".

    Alternatively, following the link in the email received directly from ForexCashDetective (I signed up for pre notification before the launch date) states that the cost is $997 for one year, but is only a $497 one off payment during the official launch. And there is an extra $300 off today (so $197 today). However, "All sales are final and are non-refundable".

    Dodgy sales tactics or what?
     
  4. Pharaoh

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    Definitely dodgy sales tactics. From what I've heard, Plimus is usually ok to get refunds from, but it's not a perfect record.

    Nick, where's that reverse IP tool from? It looks a lot more straightforward than the ones I use.

    Looks like a bunch of these "ultra-perfect secret breakthroughs that beat the snot out of the forex market" are coming from the same source. Quite a few of them definitely suck. The FPA's performance test on Maestro crashed and burned nicely. I wonder if all their other products are based on the same useless idea?

    Does massive suckage = scam? :D

    I'd think asking the FPA to take down the review pages would be a bad idea. Then there's no warning. You should post some of the facts on each of their review pages.
     

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