Vince Stanzione Financial Spread Betting System

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Old Oct 22, 2006, 2:20pm   #17
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if I remember correctly this manual will only be the lead into trying to flog the high priced seminar, which will more likely contain the information you seek. keep your eye out on ebay later issue manuals are likely to pop up from time to time.

really all the bits and bobs that you see on his site for 360 odd quid are all freebies from the net anyway. the workbook is the only thing thats (probably) original work but I doubt its worth the paper its printed on. from what I remember its a trend/moving average method or something on those lines, available on the net for free if you can google.

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I have to agree completely with all of the above.

And yes, I did part with the folding.

If as much effort went into the content, as went into the copy on the sales letter, things might be a little different.

I have just lobbed some of his video's into the skip, but might have the original book, plus some other stuff, hiding it's head in shame, at the back of a cupboard.

If any one wants it, and is in the Norfolk area, they are welcome to it.

If it involves more than a half gallon of petrol, trust me, it isn't worth it.
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Old Oct 22, 2006, 4:22pm   #18
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Thanks for the clarification, you have just about talked me out of even bothering to swap a pdf version of it for something. Its a real shame so many of these vendors are just re-packaging stuff that is freely available on the net. I have tons of books and courses and know that most of the stuff on sale is a waste of time and yet I still nearly fell for Stanzione's sales trick. I think it was all those prints of his accounts statements.

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if I remember correctly this manual will only be the lead into trying to flog the high priced seminar, which will more likely contain the information you seek. keep your eye out on ebay later issue manuals are likely to pop up from time to time.

really all the bits and bobs that you see on his site for 360 odd quid are all freebies from the net anyway. the workbook is the only thing thats (probably) original work but I doubt its worth the paper its printed on. from what I remember its a trend/moving average method or something on those lines, available on the net for free if you can google.

cheers

don
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Old Oct 22, 2006, 6:34pm   #19
 
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ol vince doesn't rest, more good marketing perhaps?

http://www.autocontact.co.uk/vincestanzione/
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Old Oct 22, 2006, 8:00pm   #20
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Swap Vince Stanzione one day seminar cd's

Does anyone have the old 2003 Stanzione one day seminar cd's (the ones that originally cost £3,000) to swap for other TA materials. Who knows, I might get something out of them.
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Old Oct 23, 2006, 2:11pm   #21
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ol vince doesn't rest, more good marketing perhaps?

http://www.autocontact.co.uk/vincestanzione/
Yes, I got this mailshot in the post a week or so back. This appears to be his latest promo. I read it through as the headline about his latest system does seem very inviting. One wonders at what stage any of the authorities would ask him to back up these statements.

He also offers a money back guarantee (but you'll have to apply his strategy for a year first and have statement to back it up). Of course in this time all kinds of things might happen. I would also question whether, from a legal point of view, you could enforce the money back guarantee as, in many of these schemes, there is an agent working for him in terms of the booking arangements. Technically therefore you may find that you dont actually make the booking with VS himself.

It would be interesting for someone to check out his claims regarding this 'new system'. I mean actually phone him and ask for all the statements etc as well as details of when the trades were actually placed.

The truth is that most of these marketing guys know that statistically most will not follow the system as it is laid out or will simply not bother exercising the guarantee rights. Would be interesting if a large number decided to all swap email addresses at the meeting and then form a test group. One would imagine that he'd had a large number of potential refund claims on his hands.

Steve.
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Old Oct 23, 2006, 4:39pm   #22
 
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I have to agree completely with all of the above.

And yes, I did part with the folding.

If as much effort went into the content, as went into the copy on the sales letter, things might be a little different.

I have just lobbed some of his video's into the skip, but might have the original book, plus some other stuff, hiding it's head in shame, at the back of a cupboard.

If any one wants it, and is in the Norfolk area, they are welcome to it.

If it involves more than a half gallon of petrol, trust me, it isn't worth it.
I'm sorry to say I bought his rubbish as well when I was starting out a couple of years ago.. Chestney is 100% correct.
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Old Oct 24, 2006, 4:33pm   #23
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I brought his non-sense as well.
Since then, he has kept pestering me with all sorts of non-sense.
A fortnight ago, he came up with a last offer of a masterclass that would earm ne £50,000 pm for the rest of my life. I put the flier in the bin.
Now, another flier appears which says that the tremendous response he had has forced him to put another table in the room and if I don't act today, it will have gone forever. I don't think this is the last I have heard about it.
This chap makes money by selling his non-sense and not from spread-trading.
I have asked him to send me screen-shots of his IG index account but he keeps mum on this one.
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Old Oct 24, 2006, 5:17pm   #24
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I brought his non-sense as well.
Since then, he has kept pestering me with all sorts of non-sense.
A fortnight ago, he came up with a last offer of a masterclass that would earm ne £50,000 pm for the rest of my life. I put the flier in the bin.
Now, another flier appears which says that the tremendous response he had has forced him to put another table in the room and if I don't act today, it will have gone forever. I don't think this is the last I have heard about it.
This chap makes money by selling his non-sense and not from spread-trading.
I have asked him to send me screen-shots of his IG index account but he keeps mum on this one.
Cheers
Yes, I had the same follow up promo drop through the letterbox this morning. The letter is misleading in my opinion. It says that you can pay after you are happy that what has taught you is making regular profits. Once you log onto the website he asks for £1,500+VAT up front!! Two minutes earlier he was asking you along purely as his guest!!

Steve.
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