WARNING: The FPA has seen evidence indicating that non-clients are being paid to leave fake positive reviews for FxPro.
The FPA notified FxPro of this situation in December of 2013 and requested contact with the CEO to end FxPro's issues with fake reviews and to make certain that the issue would not repeat. Initially, there were replies from FxPro, but those ended in January 2014. Another message came in April 2014. The FPA replied, FxPro did not. The next message from FxPro wasn't sent until December 2015. FxPro was remided that the FPA wanted to hear from the CEO. The last message the FPA sent was on January 5th, 2016. FxPro's representative waited until October 2016 to reply. The company is now refusing to further cooperation unless the FPA signs a non-disclosure agreement and refuses to allow the FPA to have an email exchange with the CEO.
The only reason the FPA can think of for requiring an NDA is that any report on the incident will incriminate someone in upper management who is still working for the company. There are 2 reasons we can think of for denying contact with the CEO. Either the CEO has not been made aware of the incident, or else the CEO does not care that the company has a history of using unethical methods to try to manipulate the reviews.
The FPA recommends AGAINST dealing with FxPro until the CEO steps in to resolve this situation.
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