IIInvestments.com

Peter19961219

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I think that some people give false reviews here just to troll other companies, because most of the people who give these bad reviews do not have an account open with the company they are giving the feedback on, doesn't make sense right?

But some of them do have very good points upon their reviews, I have also created an account under II Investments but Peter is my Alias name to hide my Identity..

I was almost ready to deposit 10 000 Euros and get my account running until I saw some reviews that had a good point, like why should we deposit our funds to another bank account if the IIInvestment company claims they do not have any access to our money. Doesn't that contradict their own statement?

They also raised concerns about the track records, the verified track records do not mention the company and the only one that does is ForexVerified.com, and I do not know how credible they are, so people can find that out.

what I was planning on doing was to open a 3000 euros account and then give an honest, non biased review about this company, because honestly I cannot take a word for some reviews here, its very easy to make false statements and reviews, another easier way to deal with this is that those who have good reviews give us any sort of proof that their accounts are in fact handled by this Company, and they are making the returns on investment as they claim.
 

Whitesnake

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I have an account with the firm and speak to the management team pretty regularly.

I actually originally invested with one of their traders that was only trading FX, I now have my account in their primary fund that probably 70% hard / soft commodities.

The negative reviews are clearly fake because they don't even make any sense whatsoever.

Most importantly... I have made three withdrawals from this company.
While there are a lot of scams (I AGREE STRONGLY) - it is relative easy to avoid by investing SMALL and not being greedy, and testing withdraw system functions. If they can't send you your funds immediately, it's probably shady.

I have invested in many FX Funds and they often will claim "lock in periods" or that you can't have your funds.

iiinvestments.com has never done this and all of the trades on my account are reflective of their performance records.

Also for the record, I did make my deposit (wire transfer) directly to their liquidity providers bank account in Euros.
The guy in the reviews here on FPA claiming its a scam to use payment company is not aware of how things work in this industry.
Companies like WordCore, UPay, PayPal, BitCoin, etc are used by many brokerages because people deposit in different currencies.

My returns since I changed my account into a GOLD (and wd my earnings from previous account) account 6 weeks ago... (ATTACHED earnings since Jan 16)
(I originally had a standard MT4 account with their old FX system in late 2015 at FXCM).
(Total time invested in firm is now 1.5 years, this new acocunt is about 6 weeks old).

Happy investor.


http://[URL=http://s497.photobucket.com/user/ashvini_urs/media/CecMyAccount.jpg.html][IMG]http://i497.photobucket.com/albums/rr335/ashvini_urs/CecMyAccount.jpg
 

Peter19961219

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Thank you for your honest reply, out of all the people who have given reviews you are the most trustworthy, not only because you clarified about the wire transfer issue, you also showed your account.

what also makes you more credible is that your FPA account is not new, which means this is definitely a non biased review, I thank you again
 

bha2.mshni2

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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:

If all of the below are not red flags, not sure what it is then. He also threatened me to file a law suit in Canada, he thinks I live in Quebec just because of my IP where I clearly told him I use VPNs. He also said "Allah", asked him what's that, he couldn't answer lol, actually he laughed.

They offered me 3000$ in exchange to shut my mouth and delete the feedbacks http://i.imgur.com/bfOuWzw.png
I kept playing with them Yes, I want it, no I don't want it. These scum bags really thought I make a living from scamming peoples hard earned money.

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: https://forums.digitalpoint.com/threads/website-trading-platform-re-design-250-72-hours.2789096/

In case he deletes it, here’s a screenshot taken: http://i.imgur.com/6fdx6qD.png

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. http://whois.domaintools.com/iiinvestments.com

In case he deletes it, here’s a screenshot taken: http://i.imgur.com/KhJ9sjX.png

3. His forum activity on forums was last seen on October 7, 2016 http://i.imgur.com/kQkoRM1.png 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, 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 http://i.imgur.com/MuXxtPa.png Here’s his reply before I posted the activity log: http://i.imgur.com/Yff2clx.png Here’s another reply when questioned about it: http://i.imgur.com/tgQfJnF.png 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? http://i.imgur.com/hGS45Qi.png 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 https://forums.digitalpoint.com/thr...-reviews-etc-looking-to-hire-someone.2366127/

5. His company Global Alternatives Investments Ltd., a UK based company, was dissolved on the 5th of January 2017 https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/08137106

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? http://i.imgur.com/w6qLNE8.png

Few minutes later, he apologized and said yes, it belongs to them but refuses to admit it was dissolved http://i.imgur.com/SlFJ989.png

6. 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 https://forums.digitalpoint.com/threads/45-logo-design-for-fund-management-company.2234797/

https://forums.digitalpoint.com/thr...-200-home-page-mock-up.2768636/#post-19263314

In case he deletes it, here’s a screenshot taken: http://i.imgur.com/FdT9HN7.png

7. 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: https://forums.digitalpoint.com/thr...o-make-money-on-internet.578554/#post-5420005

In case he deletes it, here’s a screenshot taken: http://i.imgur.com/A6yUwyE.png

8. He is paying people to post him fake reviews on Google and other websites https://forums.digitalpoint.com/thr...-reviews-etc-looking-to-hire-someone.2366127/

In case he deletes it, here’s a screenshot taken: http://i.imgur.com/OtEnSSN.png

9. 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: https://forums.digitalpoint.com/threads/company-logo-design-40.2174168/

In case he deletes it, here’s a screenshot taken: http://i.imgur.com/lGBUAxI.png

10. He is looking to remodel his other scam forex website ForexVerified.com for $200: https://forums.digitalpoint.com/thr...-200-home-page-mock-up.2768636/#post-19263314

In case he deletes it, here’s a screenshot taken: http://i.imgur.com/9bJn85S.png

11. They claim to be licensed by a regulator/website that they created called Broker Dealer Compliance or brokerdealercompliance.org

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? http://whois.domaintools.com/brokerdealercompliance.org

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?

12. IIInvestments.com 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.

13. 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!

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

15. Iiinvestments.com 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.

15. VIRTUAL OFFICES: Their so called accounting/auditing by the name of Thomas Services: https://www.linkedin.com/company/thomas-service-holdings-pty-ltd is non existing business that has a virtual office at 23 Milton Parade Malvern, VIC 3144 Australia http://www.officesearch.com.au/142-toorak-corporate-23-milton-parade-malvern-vic-3144

The auditing company has been dissolved as well: https://connectonline.asic.gov.au/R...earchIdType=BUSN&_adf.ctrl-state=18ls1u204r_4

Here’s their so called fake audit log: https://iiinvestments.com/pdf/IIIAudit_Oct2016.pdf

Funny thing, their domain is for sale now: http://whois.domaintools.com/thomasservices.com.au

FAKE ADDRESS https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/10367090/filing-history (a couple of businesses are registered there)

OWNER REAL NAME: https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/10367090/officers

Their credit card deposit indicates another business indicated above which shows/proves that they also lied to them. No way on earth they would tell them they are selling managed fx services because they will be asked to provide certifications and paper work which they can’t provide http://i.imgur.com/Kda7i6I.png

Here’s their WHOIS:

http://i.imgur.com/6HxkwYD.png Fake stuff as usual
 

Peter19961219

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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:

If all of the below are not red flags, not sure what it is then. He also threatened me to file a law suit in Canada, he thinks I live in Quebec just because of my IP where I clearly told him I use VPNs. He also said "Allah", asked him what's that, he couldn't answer lol, actually he laughed.

They offered me 3000$ in exchange to shut my mouth and delete the feedbacks http://i.imgur.com/bfOuWzw.png
I kept playing with them Yes, I want it, no I don't want it. These scum bags really thought I make a living from scamming peoples hard earned money.

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: https://forums.digitalpoint.com/threads/website-trading-platform-re-design-250-72-hours.2789096/

In case he deletes it, here’s a screenshot taken: http://i.imgur.com/6fdx6qD.png

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. http://whois.domaintools.com/iiinvestments.com

In case he deletes it, here’s a screenshot taken: http://i.imgur.com/KhJ9sjX.png

3. His forum activity on forums was last seen on October 7, 2016 http://i.imgur.com/kQkoRM1.png 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, 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 http://i.imgur.com/MuXxtPa.png Here’s his reply before I posted the activity log: http://i.imgur.com/Yff2clx.png Here’s another reply when questioned about it: http://i.imgur.com/tgQfJnF.png 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? http://i.imgur.com/hGS45Qi.png 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 https://forums.digitalpoint.com/thr...-reviews-etc-looking-to-hire-someone.2366127/

5. His company Global Alternatives Investments Ltd., a UK based company, was dissolved on the 5th of January 2017 https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/08137106

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? http://i.imgur.com/w6qLNE8.png

Few minutes later, he apologized and said yes, it belongs to them but refuses to admit it was dissolved http://i.imgur.com/SlFJ989.png

6. 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 https://forums.digitalpoint.com/threads/45-logo-design-for-fund-management-company.2234797/

https://forums.digitalpoint.com/thr...-200-home-page-mock-up.2768636/#post-19263314

In case he deletes it, here’s a screenshot taken: http://i.imgur.com/FdT9HN7.png

7. 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: https://forums.digitalpoint.com/thr...o-make-money-on-internet.578554/#post-5420005

In case he deletes it, here’s a screenshot taken: http://i.imgur.com/A6yUwyE.png

8. He is paying people to post him fake reviews on Google and other websites https://forums.digitalpoint.com/thr...-reviews-etc-looking-to-hire-someone.2366127/

In case he deletes it, here’s a screenshot taken: http://i.imgur.com/OtEnSSN.png

9. 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: https://forums.digitalpoint.com/threads/company-logo-design-40.2174168/

In case he deletes it, here’s a screenshot taken: http://i.imgur.com/lGBUAxI.png

10. He is looking to remodel his other scam forex website ForexVerified.com for $200: https://forums.digitalpoint.com/thr...-200-home-page-mock-up.2768636/#post-19263314

In case he deletes it, here’s a screenshot taken: http://i.imgur.com/9bJn85S.png

11. They claim to be licensed by a regulator/website that they created called Broker Dealer Compliance or brokerdealercompliance.org

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? http://whois.domaintools.com/brokerdealercompliance.org

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?

12. IIInvestments.com 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.

13. 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!

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

15. Iiinvestments.com 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.

15. VIRTUAL OFFICES: Their so called accounting/auditing by the name of Thomas Services: https://www.linkedin.com/company/thomas-service-holdings-pty-ltd is non existing business that has a virtual office at 23 Milton Parade Malvern, VIC 3144 Australia http://www.officesearch.com.au/142-toorak-corporate-23-milton-parade-malvern-vic-3144

The auditing company has been dissolved as well: https://connectonline.asic.gov.au/R...earchIdType=BUSN&_adf.ctrl-state=18ls1u204r_4

Here’s their so called fake audit log: https://iiinvestments.com/pdf/IIIAudit_Oct2016.pdf

Funny thing, their domain is for sale now: http://whois.domaintools.com/thomasservices.com.au

FAKE ADDRESS https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/10367090/filing-history (a couple of businesses are registered there)

OWNER REAL NAME: https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/10367090/officers

Their credit card deposit indicates another business indicated above which shows/proves that they also lied to them. No way on earth they would tell them they are selling managed fx services because they will be asked to provide certifications and paper work which they can’t provide http://i.imgur.com/Kda7i6I.png

Here’s their WHOIS:

http://i.imgur.com/6HxkwYD.png Fake stuff as usual
You have just saved me from making a mistake I do not think I could have came back from, I thank you with all my heart, we need more people like you in this world of eat or be eaten. Right now I am speechless by the amount of evidence you have against them, and I will make sure to get this out to the public as much as I can.
 

larz

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I respectfully disagree.

The suggestion that this company is not genuine is a little silly, I’m sorry.

I had an account via their FXCM IB PAMM until FXCM got in all their heat and then I moved over to SwissQuote / LP Setup.

I’ve made four withdrawals, had an account about two years, and more than tripled my investment.

If they were a scam, people would complain. Look at their review page. Not surprisingly, zero negative reviews from clients / anyone complaining about results because we are happy. It’s sad people find negative things to say to even the few legitimate companies out there. Unless you think SwissQuote, FXCM, LiquidityProvider. com, and ADS are all a scam
;)

Happy trading all.
 

El Jefe

Recruit
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27 million @ monthly ROI of 10% = 2.7 million free money, by right... I don't know bout you guys, but to me that's a shi* load of money, and if it was me instead of Rueben King, I'll make sure everything is done solid and legit. Even after the fact that it someone had uncovered the dirty old closet, but only if the lucky number 27 is in fact real, and especially if the ROI's are spot on. I wouldn't wait for 3 years to get my ass moving and registered it all accordingly and have everything expedited to acquire all the necessary licenses and approvals done ASAP. Pay my way through if I must. He could just be one of those procrastinators with some delayed well intended, well planned program to actually legitimize his entire operations, but what you see is what you get, and when it is 'tooooo' great to regulate, it got to be a fake... I mean WOW!!! such great returns, and from the accounts of everyone with iiinvestment.com, it seemed that somebody is going for the big kill... almost deposited 25 big ones earlier, thanks bha2... for those great reviewers, its either you count yourself marked or consider yourself lucky for having some if not all of your money back even profiting. But again, that is normally the modus operandi to roll the first few intakes and let the ball keep rolling into a bigger, larger ball. The effect is exponential especially when everything seemed dandy with easy withdrawals, prompt replies, professionally corresponded, well designed etc.. etc.... If everything checks out and it happens to be a scam site, I'm sure everyone who wanna withdraw now wont be able too. Back in my country, a big scam has just being unfold with the Ponzi owner declaring his online account being hacked and all money worth up to 1/2 billion is lost. A money game scheme accessible online. Amount allowed for investment per investor is only USD1000 and he managed to pull it off and now everyone is at awe on how this freaking guy manage to Ponzi himself undetected and unsuspected. He could have taken off at 100 million, but he waited and managed to cash in on a once in a lifetime deal knowing that USD1000 isn't much for any investors after all... As for now, to verify if it is truly a Ponzi, can all those having their money in the investment show proof of your most recent successful withdrawal and also a snapshot of your current account. Would really appreciate the postings....
 

Peter19961219

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Lmao Why am I not surprised nobody is posting their proof, all talk no action.

We also need a myfxbook record of those records, we simply cannot trust a record which is a png format on THEIR OWN SITE FXVERIFIED which they tried to deny, but thanks to Whois :)


so I'll never trust them until I see that myfxbook track record showing the 600% ROI per year
 
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