ii investments aka i2 investments

aum108

Sergeant
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About the second award crated by www.dubaifinanceguide.com

The whole Dubai Finance Guide webpage is also very basic and shallow.
There are 19 links at the bottom of that webpage, none of the 19 links works! ;)

As with 24 hour Finance , the content of Dubai Finance Guide webpage is copied from
another financial website, including those 19 links. They just changed the company name.

This is the original webpage www.nasdaqdubai.com

Original overview: http://www.nasdaqdubai.com/exchange/about-us/overview
Copied overview: http://dubaifinanceguide.com/overview/
http://dubaifinanceguide.com/overview/
Original "why list with us": http://www.nasdaqdubai.com/listing/why-list-with-us
Copied "why list with us": http://dubaifinanceguide.com/why-list-with-us/
http://dubaifinanceguide.com/why-list-with-us/
Original "why become a member": http://www.nasdaqdubai.com/members/why-become-a-member
Copied "why become a member": http://dubaifinanceguide.com/why-become-a-member/

Same as 24 hour Finance above, there has not been any new content since September 2016
http://dubaifinanceguide.com/2016/
http://dubaifinanceguide.com/2016/
While Nasdaq Dubai webpage hat everything a financial company should have, inluding more than
50 subpages of content, Dubai Financial Guide hat less than 10 subpages,
(with copy+paste content stolen from Nasdaq Dubai)
Nasdaq Dubai provides an address and phone number including a map where to find them.
While Dubai Finance Guide provide nothing, no address, no phone number, just email.

No registrar info can be found in the Whois, it's on private again.
http://whois.domaintools.com/dubaifinanceguide.com
But both 24hrFinance (UK) and DubaiFinancialGuide (Dubai) use the same
domain host in Texas, and they were registered just one week apart.

Again, after browsing & researching for a while on that cheaply made DubaiFinancialGuide webpage,
and because the content on that webpage has been stolen from another webpage,
I don't believe that there is any Dubai Financial Guide Company in Dubai.
Therefore this second award is also unsignificant.

Please prove me wrong.
Provide me a phone + address of that award giving company in Dubai. :rolleyes:
 

Floriano

Recruit
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You're totally missing my point. I never said you were wrong brother.

I said the awards aren't important to me. The customer experience, trading, etc is what matters.
There are TONS of "Award" and "Blog" sites that FX websites boast about having awards from. Who cares?

The China FX Expo is a legit award show and you are picking the two weakest awards that are from tiny blogs.

Also, when you decide to join an FX service, I look at USER reviews and if they even have 50% positive reviews that is better then 90% of FX programs. This company has no negative reviews that I have been able to find.

I don't get why you care so much, you seem kinda obsessed for someone who isn't even an investor / or considering investing. ;) Good luck!
 

aum108

Sergeant
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LOL, I think you should start your own thread about this random finance website from their old award buddy. Who cares?
All their clients like myself are happy, and nobody is complaining.
No, there are already 4 threads about i2.

FPA Forums Team Note: We've merged the 4 threads.

Well, some people do care if there is deception. In my opinion i2 is not very transparent.
That's why I like to dig a little deeper, have more transparency, and point out discrepancies.
Don't you find those random finance websites a little bit strange? Just a little bit?
If i2 is that good and transparent, why do they need awards from fake financial companies? :rolleyes:

I don't know if i2 is good or not. No happy client has ever posted a indipendent myfxbook-link.
The myfxbook-link on the i2-website belongs to AlgoTradeSoft, no mentioning of i2 there.
I certainly would like to invest in that AlgoTradeSoft.

The China FX Expo is a legit award show and you are picking the two weakest awards that are from tiny blogs.
Yes, that would be the next award on the list.
I'm going to write to China FX Expo. If they confirm i2's awards I'm going to post it here. OK?

Also, when you decide to join an FX service, I look at USER reviews and if they even have 50% positive reviews that is better then 90% of FX programs. This company has no negative reviews that I have been able to find.
Yes, but if they have awards from fake companies, they can also have fake reviews.
There are no negative reviews on FPA, but 4 of the 19 ratings where critical (with no rating)
http://www.forexpeacearmy.com/forex-reviews/13445/iiinvestments-managed-forex?per-page=50
The only reviews I would trust are from long term FPA-members like you or downtrend,
not those guest reviews.
I don't get why you care so much, you seem kinda obsessed for someone who isn't even an investor / or considering investing.
I have been cheated before. So that's why I'm extra careful.
And I have also posted in the Usi-Tech thread, Swissmain thread, etc. and I wasn't invested there.
I still would consider investing in i2, when I'm convinced about thier truthfulness.

Good luck to you too! ;)
 

scutz94

Recruit
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Hi there,

I would like to hear from anyone out there who has had dealings with i2 Investments? Good or bad.
There have been a few posters that have said they would keep us updated on their experience, but none have followed through with their updates.
I have read all the other threads here on i2 and have started conversations with all posters that I could make contact with, but have only got replies from those wanting to find out more info.
I have not had a reply from any posters that have invested with the company, other than one guy that replied and said that he didn't want to talk to me about it. Strange? He has posted a lot of positives about the company, but would not discuss it with me via "conversations".
A lot of the other posters that have given 5 star ratings are guests and non contactable.

I have had a major turning point in my life lately. I have separated from my wife of 34 years, then I was badly injured in an accident and I am unable to physically work, so I have also lost my job.
Things have been pretty bad for me.
When I found out about i2 Investments, I thought I had found the answer to my prayers,
I started doing the necessary Due Diligence on them, only to find several sites with damning writing about them, something I was not expecting to find. There were also sites with positives about them, but they appear to have just copied the same stuff and have just written it in their reviews.

I have emailed i2 with my concerns about these negative reviews, asking to be able to make contact with clients, but was told..... "We do have many clients in Asia Pacific I can refer you to but quite frankly it's just not worth our time to arrange these meetings for one retail client. I'm sorry. "
I also contacted their accountant in Australia, but he was very non committal, as you would expect.

What I would really like is to get some replies from anyone that has either positive or negative dealings with i2 investments, so I can make an informed decision about them before diving in.
To those posters that were going to give us updates, please update us.
I'm sure, by reading the threads about i2, that there are many others that would also like answers.

Thanks everyone for taking your time reading this ramble.
Hopefully, we will get some answers to our questions.

Hope you all have a happy weekend.
Cheers, Steve.
Hi mate,

I have had funds invested with them since march this year. All has been good so far, good returns and their support team has been very helpful. However, I am still concerned whenever I see some negative comments on these kinds of forums. I would say if you were to invest with them, just invest the minimum amount and see how you go. Like I said, so far it has been all positive for me and I hope it continues like this.
 

Ettore

Recruit
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Hi everyone.

This post is not meant to make a case in favour or against iiinvestments.com. I just want to report on how things have been going for me with this firm (hopefully a legit!).

I opened a gold account with iiinvestments.com the 6th of May 2017. As for today (2nd of August 2017) my profit on the initial deposit appears to be of 31%.

The staff has been very quick and polite in replying to my queries during these 3 months. More importantly to my eyes they have never pushed me to deposit any money into my account (they never even mentioned that) as I would expect from scammers.

I will be waiting to have a profit of 50% (presumably in another 2 months from now) before asking for a withdrawal. I will let you know about the withdrawal process and it's speed.

Obviously I will have full peace of mind only after recovering the entire deposit invested, and even after that I'm not planning to deposit more money on my account.

I will be posting on the progresses made as they happen.

Best of luck to everyone.
 

aum108

Sergeant
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Hi mate,

I have had funds invested with them since march this year. All has been good so far, good returns and their support team has been very helpful. However, I am still concerned whenever I see some negative comments on these kinds of forums. I would say if you were to invest with them, just invest the minimum amount and see how you go. Like I said, so far it has been all positive for me and I hope it continues like this.
I agree with you.

If you really want to risk your money with i2, just invest the minimum amount.

I hope it will be continuing to be all positive.

Could you please link your i2-trading-account to myfxbook?


Hi everyone.

This post is not meant to make a case in favour or against iiinvestments.com. I just want to report on how things have been going for me with this firm (hopefully a legit!).

I opened a gold account with iiinvestments.com the 6th of May 2017. As for today (2nd of August 2017) my profit on the initial deposit appears to be of 31%.

The staff has been very quick and polite in replying to my queries during these 3 months. More importantly to my eyes they have never pushed me to deposit any money into my account (they never even mentioned that) as I would expect from scammers.

I will be waiting to have a profit of 50% (presumably in another 2 months from now) before asking for a withdrawal. I will let you know about the withdrawal process and it's speed.

Obviously I will have full peace of mind only after recovering the entire deposit invested, and even after that I'm not planning to deposit more money on my account.

I will be posting on the progresses made as they happen.

Best of luck to everyone.
I agree with you too

Withdrawing part of the investment after 50% or 100% profit is a smart move.
Yes, keep us posted about the withrawal process.

Could you please also link your i2-trading-account to myfxbook?

Best of luck to you too
 

aum108

Sergeant
Messages
138



About the China Forex Expo Awards

I have sent 2 emails to the Expo, but got no answer so far.
And there is no information on their website right now.


But in the internet archives, some information can be found.

http://web.archive.org/web/20170612102503/http://www.chinaforexexpo.com/


There are 38 award categories at China Forex Expo.

There is a "Best Portfolio Management" category on the list.
But there is NO "Best Managed Fund" category to be found.

Therefore, this claimed award does not exist as well.
 

Perfecto

Recruit
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I have read all reviews on I2 investments. There many happy reviews from satisfied customer like myself. Also reviews by those who has done their due diligence and find I2 Investment is scam or pose a potential risk to investors. My advise to skeptics is to either invest and expect the worst i.e. losing all your money as I2 does not guarantee any high fixed return which is mentioned in every page of their website. Be a customer first and later decide if I2 provide good service and allow easy withdrawals. Hopefully you can make good returns on your decision to invest. However if you don't want to invest for whatever reason then don't do it as you will not be convinced no matter what I2 investors have said in this forum. There are risk involved with any aggressive investments in stocks, forex, options, etc and don't invest if you are totally risk averse.
 
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