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SonOfaPip

Recruit
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Hello,

I went to their website and tried to send them an email but when I submit my querie there is an error and the email is not sent. Can I have their email so I can contact them please?

Appreciate!

Update: The email finally went through. Let's see if they reply
 
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renewed33

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Does Anyone Know anything firsthand ???

As usual what we all know everything that seems to good to be true, most times isn't !! So does anyone know anything about this Trade2FI EA ??
 

Patrichia

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As usual what we all know everything that seems to good to be true, most times isn't !! So does anyone know anything about this Trade2FI EA ??

To : renewed33
Hi
It is managed account with PAMM , not EA, so the only way to test it is to put money in his pamm and see the result of your account after one month, or if anyone did this, we appreciate if he or she puts some comments here about the result of his investment.
 

SonOfaPip

Recruit
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I actually took a leap of faith with them. Unfortunately I did not like the results. I constantly checked myfxbook they have with the daily statements I received from their trading and they were not the same. There were trades that they placed on my account that did not match the myfxbook account and vise-verse. If it's a PAMM account, shouldn't all trades be the same except by the lot size?

They do all the cardinal sins. They buy at resistance, sell at support, over-trade, take small profits and hold on to losers. They were buying GBPUSD at 1.6700 and still adding to position on it. Gladly I shut them down before the huge gap that hapeened this week. I did lose about 15% of my account.

I should have known better because I contacted them before signing up and asked about their strategy. They said it was simple, if they see a trend they'll get in at any price and that they don't care about support and resistance (I did mention that I saw their stats and it seemed that they were buying at resistance and selling at support). I got concerned but I decided to try anyways. Well lesson learned.

Until they improve their trading, which they told me they have been trading since 2007, I don't recommend them.


To : renewed33
Hi
It is managed account with PAMM , not EA, so the only way to test it is to put money in his pamm and see the result of your account after one month, or if anyone did this, we appreciate if he or she puts some comments here about the result of his investment.
 

trade2fi

Trade2FI.com Representative
Messages
30
Hi SonOfaPip,

please check the performance of our PAMM account:
Trade2FI.com-MAX RISK PAMM @ FXPIG System by realreason | Myfxbook

the result says everything. we win, but you lose. so, your loss is not our problem.


I actually took a leap of faith with them. Unfortunately I did not like the results. I constantly checked myfxbook they have with the daily statements I received from their trading and they were not the same. There were trades that they placed on my account that did not match the myfxbook account and vise-verse. If it's a PAMM account, shouldn't all trades be the same except by the lot size?

They do all the cardinal sins. They buy at resistance, sell at support, over-trade, take small profits and hold on to losers. They were buying GBPUSD at 1.6700 and still adding to position on it. Gladly I shut them down before the huge gap that hapeened this week. I did lose about 15% of my account.

I should have known better because I contacted them before signing up and asked about their strategy. They said it was simple, if they see a trend they'll get in at any price and that they don't care about support and resistance (I did mention that I saw their stats and it seemed that they were buying at resistance and selling at support). I got concerned but I decided to try anyways. Well lesson learned.

Until they improve their trading, which they told me they have been trading since 2007, I don't recommend them.
 

trade2fi

Trade2FI.com Representative
Messages
30
Hi renewed33,
we now have PAMM account with Fxpig and tallinex.
you can check the performance here:

Trade2FI.com-MAX RISK PAMM @ FXPIG System by realreason | Myfxbook
Trade2FI.com-Max Risk MAM @ Tallinex System by realreason | Myfxbook

Regards,



To : renewed33
Hi
It is managed account with PAMM , not EA, so the only way to test it is to put money in his pamm and see the result of your account after one month, or if anyone did this, we appreciate if he or she puts some comments here about the result of his investment.
 

SonOfaPip

Recruit
Messages
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I don't know about anyone else in here but if someone in business disrespect a customer like that with a tone by saying that "your loss is not our problem." when that same person traded an account and lost, then you are a fool for doing business with them. I was a fool by trusting them but hopefully anyone thinking on doing business with these people can learn from my experience.

By the way, your "perfomance" of your PAMM account NEVER matched my account, thus you are not trading the same way with your customer's account.

People, they get paid a commission every time they place a trade, no matter if it's a winning trade or not, AND they charge a very HIGH performance fee, so at the end of the day, you are paying them to practice with your money. And clearly by his statement "your loss is not our problem," they don't care if you win or lose.

Now it's up to you if you want to do business with them or not. But you have been warned!

Hi SonOfaPip,

please check the performance of our PAMM account:
Trade2FI.com-MAX RISK PAMM @ FXPIG System by realreason | Myfxbook

the result says everything. we win, but you lose. so, your loss is not our problem.
 

trade2fi

Trade2FI.com Representative
Messages
30
if all clients had a loss, that would be our problem.
but now, most of clients have a good profit, but you have a loss, why ?
because you made the decision to quit the PAMM during DD time. you didn't trust that we could get the DD back.
but , we did get it back and make plenty profits.

result says everything.
3 months trading, over 30% monthly return, 21% Max DD.
we don't think we do anything wrong.






I don't know about anyone else in here but if someone in business disrespect a customer like that with a tone by saying that "your loss is not our problem." when that same person traded an account and lost, then you are a fool for doing business with them. I was a fool by trusting them but hopefully anyone thinking on doing business with these people can learn from my experience.

By the way, your "perfomance" of your PAMM account NEVER matched my account, thus you are not trading the same way with your customer's account.

People, they get paid a commission every time they place a trade, no matter if it's a winning trade or not, AND they charge a very HIGH performance fee, so at the end of the day, you are paying them to practice with your money. And clearly by his statement "your loss is not our problem," they don't care if you win or lose.

Now it's up to you if you want to do business with them or not. But you have been warned!
 

SonOfaPip

Recruit
Messages
4
I rather take a small loss than lose everything... oh wait is this your account too?

Max Risk III System by realreason | Myfxbook

I'm done arguing with you. I don't like how you trade or conduct business. If people want to invest with you, it's their prerogative. They are grown ups and can make their own decisions. I'm just expressing my experiences.

Have a great life and I hope you succeed!

if all clients had a loss, that would be our problem.
but now, most of clients have a good profit, but you have a loss, why ?
because you made the decision to quit the PAMM during DD time. you didn't trust that we could get the DD back.
but , we did get it back and make plenty profits.

result says everything.
3 months trading, over 30% monthly return, 21% Max DD.
we don't think we do anything wrong.
 
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