I think it's easier and safer to stop the card than possibly getting involved in a dispute with your bank, but hey, I always err on the side of caution.
Hi malaguti i would like to contact with you about the course you did...I nearly signed up todayI did the same about 5 years ago, I didn't do enough diligence either. It happens, so just get over it.
Write and get your money back, I'll happily tell you everything that's on the course and it wont cost you a penny
ask for a refund, you should have 14 days i think...well worth foregoing any notional amount you may loseOh my gosh, I've signed up the course before reading this!!! Felt very stupid to sign up.
I was really interested to learn about trading... This puts me off a bit.
No, all the information could all have easily been obtained from a book.They would probably argue that the course included a "proprietary" trading strategy, but that was so full of holes its not even worth explaining. If you haven't paid the full amount, then don't pay the rest. save your money.And was it worth it ?
YES.I can answer.Recently attended their 2 hour free taster seminar. Got sucked in and signed up so am due to go to their two day seminar soon for £2300. Have now read things on the internet that have put me off :-( What I don't understand though is that they say the software is completely automated - there is no choice in what you do at all, so how can it not work and how can you do it wrong or not be able to do it? If it's all automated then the program does it for you?? Or was the two hour seminar blatant lies?
Please can anyone answer before I blow £2.5k :-(
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