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Proof EA's are scams

Discussion in 'Scam Alerts' started by ecafyelims, Aug 13, 2010.

  1. ecafyelims

    ecafyelims Corporal

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    This is certainly a scam, but I'm not sure if this is the right forum for it. Please feel free to move this thread to another forum if necessary.

    Well, I don't buy many EA's anymore because I've suspected they are all sold by one company that uses employees or actors to be filmed.

    So, an idea struck me. If they are using the same methodology to scam people, then they are probably using the same web servers..!

    So, I pinged both the websites for xtremepippoacher and forexapocalypse to find their IP addresses. If they are owned by the same company using the same server, then the IP's will be identical.

    Of course, both IP addresses are 69.175.62.82
    I found out this IP is owned by a company named Xtrader Publishing Limited

    I found that autoprofitavalanche and forexinvincible are also sold by the same company.

    I thought that was interesting, so I decided to check another one.
    I got an email today for forexshockwave (IP 67.18.18.82)
    and I found this is the same IP for other EA websites, such as:
    forexwarlord, forextransformer, forexaccumulator, forexneutrino, forexraid, and forexcashincome.
    You may notice the websites are pretty similar as well as the names.

    So these EA's that promise to rescue you from a world of deceptive EA's are really the ones that are screwing you in the first place.

    Hopefully this can open many eyes!
     
  2. Forexwatchman

    Forexwatchman Sergeant

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    Very well done! I don't know that I've seen such definitive proof of one company behind so many EA's before, so I would say you've hit on an area of EA marketing that developers have overlooked. having the same web host does make you a bit easy to trace huh? I'm not surprised by their ineptitude though. Anyone who makes a living selling dog sh*t to blind consumers also isn't the sharpest knife in the drawer themselves, so to speak. :)
     
  3. RahmanSL

    RahmanSL Major

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    ecafyelims, you are truly one fantastic good FPA soldier for going that extra mile in exposing this EA scammer company.

    I really don't understand why some traders trust and depend on EA so much for their trades?? Is it really that difficult to trade manually? That Chinese School teacher who made over usd250k from usd300 within a month didn't use nor need an EA for his trading.

    Traders who depend on EA are really those who are too lazy to learn to trade properly for themselves and looking for short cuts to get their shares of the daily 3 trillion USD Forex Pie..
    So,as long as there are Traders who still believe in a magical EA, there will also and always be scammer EA providers....And who can blame them for making a quick buck from gullible and lazy Traders as there is one sucker born every microsecond making it well worthwhile to these scammer.

    I believe even if I were to named an EA "ScamU4Sure" and advertise that with fake fantastic results & testimonies, some suckers somewhere in the world wide web will come in and buy that EA.
     
  4. Pharaoh

    Pharaoh Colonel

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    Wow! I knew that some belonged to the same company, but it looks like you found one of the biggest ones.
     
  5. DavidWalsh

    DavidWalsh Private, 1st Class

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    Chinese trader

    How on earth did this Chinese guy do this? Any idea at all?
     
  6. ecafyelims

    ecafyelims Corporal

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    Here's another one

    I was spammed by another EA today, so I decided to keep going with this project.

    These EA's use the IP 69.175.99.106:
    1. ForexSAS (the one that spammed me)
    2. TurboProfitSniper
    3. BettingUnleashed
    4. ForexGalactico
    5. ForexTorpedo
    Interesting how these EA companies go through so much trouble to hide their identity and open all these scam websites. With all this effort, they could have made a legitimate EA and sold it by now.

    I suppose that's not their goal though. If you bought an EA that works, why would you keep buying more?
     

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