Apparently there is some paper work and legal issues that must be considered before a final veredict. More evidencies would be necessary to consider the company guilty.
Thanks for your work on this Teodor Jackson.All the ip addresses I found in the broker journal belong to the same Malaysian ISP:
inetnum:******126.96.36.199*-*188.8.131.52 netname:******ADSLSTREAMYX descr:********TELEKOM*MALAYSIA*BERHAD
inetnum:******184.108.40.206*-*220.127.116.11 netname:******ADSLSTREAMYX descr:********CORE*IP*DEVELOPMENT, descr:********TELEKOM*MALAYSIA*BERHAD
inetnum:******18.104.22.168*-*22.214.171.124 netname:******ADSLSTREAMYX descr:********CORE*IP*DEVELOPMENT, descr:********TELEKOM*MALAYSIA*BERHAD
Where is the broker server located? And where is your server located?
Added: the logs attached are just the application logs - there is no EA trading activity recorded in the MT4 application log.
Please attach expert logs. You can find them in [your Metatrader directory]\experts\logs
The best covering both normal trading day and the problematic day.
Good points Sazu, as harsh as that may sound. The whole thing sounds like a racket.The first one guilty is the guy who was acting as the IB without all the necessary and required docs, Secondly I find those investors guilty that actually gave this guy the power to trade for them without having any legal recourse, last I find the broker guilty because who is to say he was not working with the IB and was fully aware of what was going on?????
This whole things stinks!
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