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Updated: Feb 23, 2015
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Feb 18, 2015,

This signals service is an arm of David Hick's operations, and associated with GlobalFx Management. At present Mr Hick owes over £3M to a group of clients who won a case against him at the Commercial Court in London on 3 Oct. 2014. The proceedings began when after many excuses for non-payment, he disappeared and could no longer be contacted. Once sent the court decision and demand for payment of all his client funds, he simply did not respond and is lying low in Sao Paulo, Brazil. From our website davidhick.com we know of many others who have lost their money investing with him. GFX signals is used to convince clients or potential clients that his is a legitimate operation. However, we have had information suggesting that despite some successful apparent trading in the past, this is run on a demo account only and used to convince clients their money is being properly traded. In fact, he has run off with it! Don't use it as a signals service (although there is precious little in the way of trades offered these days); Hick will probably convince you to invest with his managed Fx accounts, which are simply a scam - he will take your money and cut contact with you once he thinks he has milked you dry.