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  1. #11
    Legendry Member willyw's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by knightime View Post
    What would be better. Binary of fx trading?
    BO or Forex, it all depend on individual preference. I trades BO and forex but i like forex more

  2. #12
    Junior Member BinaryScamSniffer's Avatar
    Be extremely scrupulous when choosing a signal provider because if it ends up being a scam the £70 are an useless investment that can actually drag down your entire account.
    As you specified, the main signal provider you are considering is SO finance. It is a relatively new one in the business, but the official website itself isn't too attractive. There are numerous tiny features and details that on a whole prove that it isn't a respectable signal provider, and definitely not number one in the UK as they claim to be. It is the first red flag, the fact that such unbelievably persuasive statistics make headlines without actually providing any proof or official confirmation. Additionally, the demo trial provided only if you pay a commission is one more argument against. Respectable agencies use demo accounts as an advertising strategy to show the potential clients that this investment is worth it, and don't charge for this short term. However, on top of it all, another proof of unpeofessionalism is the T-shirt given for free if you subscribe for three months or more. There are only a few reviews online and none of them doesn't recommend this signal provider. As a whole, it is most likely a scam and I wouldn't recommend you to start a collaboration.
    There are enough legit signal providers with a relatively good accuracy rate, but even better, consider working on your chart analysis skills. If you master this skill by learning to adapt strategies like the channel or the Pivot you won't need such services and will be entirely in control of your funds.

  3. #13
    Legendry Member willyw's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by BinaryScamSniffer View Post
    Be extremely scrupulous when choosing a signal provider because if it ends up being a scam the £70 are an useless investment that can actually drag down your entire account.
    As you specified, the main signal provider you are considering is SO finance. It is a relatively new one in the business, but the official website itself isn't too attractive. There are numerous tiny features and details that on a whole prove that it isn't a respectable signal provider, and definitely not number one in the UK as they claim to be. It is the first red flag, the fact that such unbelievably persuasive statistics make headlines without actually providing any proof or official confirmation. Additionally, the demo trial provided only if you pay a commission is one more argument against. Respectable agencies use demo accounts as an advertising strategy to show the potential clients that this investment is worth it, and don't charge for this short term. However, on top of it all, another proof of unpeofessionalism is the T-shirt given for free if you subscribe for three months or more. There are only a few reviews online and none of them doesn't recommend this signal provider. As a whole, it is most likely a scam and I wouldn't recommend you to start a collaboration.
    There are enough legit signal providers with a relatively good accuracy rate, but even better, consider working on your chart analysis skills. If you master this skill by learning to adapt strategies like the channel or the Pivot you won't need such services and will be entirely in control of your funds.


    Thanks for sharing
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  4. #14
    Legendry Member milos's Avatar
    Never use signal provider before you check in. In mostly cases they're scam.

  5. #15
    Legendry Member willyw's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by milos View Post
    Never use signal provider before you check in. In mostly cases they're scam.
    You are right, Milos
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