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Aug 15, 2020,
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Scam Bluepips - Nick

Service use: Live

Length of use: 0-3 Months

Nick, of Bluepips is a fraud and a scam artist. Real talk. He had/ or maybe still has a telegram forum and he lured people to his auto trading copy trading deal. He scammed me. He blew my account of $500.

Don’t go near this guy. He’s a dupe.
United Arab Emirates,
May 23, 2019,
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Bluepips is a scam.

Bluepips is a scam.

The positive reviews on trustpilot are all fake, as Nick pressures his members into posting reviews. They are all mercenaries whom falsify information in order to get something from Nick. I once was one of those people, as Nick promised me a discount provided that I leave a 5 star feedback. Look at all the old reviews on trustpilot and you will see that most of them are negative, with the new fake ones trying to cover them up.

Several members have complained, been kicked out, have had their accounts blown, and in the end there has been no remorse done by Nick. As professional as he might seem to the public, deep down he is one incredibly toxic, inconsiderate person who looks to make money in this business through signal subscriptions than actual trading.

Their signals are not consistent in the long run. you may have a positive week but over the course of weeks, months or even years, their signals will blow your account. This is why Nick tried covering up all his old myfxbook links because each time he creates a new one, he ends up blowing it up after a period of time.

You can see all the evidence of Bluepips being a fraud on this link Bluepips is a scam, please do not try them.