onetwotrade and their fake testimonial(s)

pboyles

Legendary member
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If anyone wanted to deal with a financial services related company they'd like to know that they werent a bunch of fly by night chancers. You'd perhaps like to see some testimonials from happy customers, right?

Well onetwotrade.com have been generous enough to provide some. They would no doubt convince Jungerns and the Davie Roberson crew.

Here's one from a nice looking lady called Rebecca T.

Customer since 2011
“My friend joined OneTwoTrade and then a few months later told me I should try it. I’d never traded anything before in my life, and I didn’t think it was right for me - I can barely check my email! But after some convincing, I logged on, and I’ve never looked back. The site is SO easy to use, the product is incredible, and the customer support is amazing for when I need some extra help. Thanks!”
 

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The Leopard

Experienced member
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I've got a feeling I know where this is going.

But how can those testimonials be fake? Those people have provided their photographs to verify who they are.
 

robster970

Veteren member
4,566 1,390
I think they are using the random entry, random exit, random lot size (r^3) system - I hear it can get you to billionaire status within 10 working days.
 

brewski1984

Senior member
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Sadly, after you click the link it goes up to 94 seconds. I could handle 70 seconds, but spending 94 learning something? No way.
 
 
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