Bill K. aka AsstModerator (not his real name - he gets most of the death threats directed at the FPA) joined the FPA's team as the Assistant Moderator of the FPA's forums. Soon after, he was promoted to forums admin position. A few months later, he made the mistake of suggesting some improvements in review moderation. He's been in charge of the FPA's Forums and Reviews ever since.
Early History of the Forex Peace Army In 2005, Dmitri Chavkerov started a website called Free-Forex-Trading-System.com (Currently Inactive). On this website, Dmitri listed quite a few different forex-related companies that he was involved with. He shared his experience with each of those companies and personally ranked each of them from 1 to 5 stars. The Middle Ages …
For over 9 years now, I’ve worked to make the Forex Peace Army’s reviews the fairest and most honest forex reviews in the world. Even though I think I’ve succeeded in this, I also know that there is always room for more improvement.
Often, I get emails from Forex Peace Army members asking how they can help. Of course, I ask them to share their experiences in the forums and reviews, but some ask if there’s a way to donate funds to assist the FPA. I’m personally thrilled that the FPA does such a good job helping people that some of them are ready to volunteer to help the FPA.
The FPA has been beta testing a Coupons and Promotions Program inside the FPA’s reviews. These are designed to bring offers to FPA readers which are not available elsewhere. It seems to be working, so I believe the time has come to make everyone aware of it.
Dmitri Chavkerov – Forex Peace Army CEO I’m Dmitri Chavkerov (also known around the FPA as Felix Homogratus). I was born and raised in Siberia, Russia, immigrating to the US when I was a teenager. I started trading stocks in 2002, and forex in 2004. In 2005, after being scammed by several forex companies, I …
Bill started off as the Assistant Moderator to the FPA's forums in December 2007. Not long after, he was promoted to being the forums administrator. Even with the promotion, he kept the same username, which led to some very amusing conversations with people who didn't know that Bill and AsstModerator were the same person.
Being blamed for everything people disagreed with in the forums wasn't enough punishment for Bill. A few months after becoming the forums admin, he started making suggestions to improve the moderation of the FPA's reviews. Now Bill is the person who gets blamed for everything people get blamed for in the forums and reviews.