Oh here we go.
And I didn’t sleep well last night either and I have to wake up to this???
Sorry but I cannot take this anymore.
I have read plenty of bad reviews against etoro, but thankfully I decided to go with them …
Now I ask anybody with tears in my eyes: does that make sense to you???
I don’t have access to the necessary information but I’ll guarantee you that lazygirl’s IP Adddress, that was used when posting this and the other only ONE post on BabyPips, can either be traced either to Cyprus or a free Proxy Server somewhere.
Let me make one thing clear here: I’ve got nothing against eToro. I’ve never traded with them and have no experience with them at all. But what I DO have a problem with is the bulls*it in this business!!! This is exactly what I was talking about earlier on this thread. This is the very same type of ‘person’ that will go around calling Deltastock, or any other, even half-decent, broker, a ‘scam broker’ and it makes me sick to the stomach.
Somebody needs to do something to ‘clean’ this business (and ‘pushed’ far enough it’ may even be me)!!! It’s difficult enough to get into, and be profitable, in this business without being mislead by cr*p like this and being at a disadvantage before you’ve even placed your first trade!!!
And JUST in case anybody here thinks that it’s ME that’s the bullshi*ter here then take a look at the ORIGINAL version of ladygirl’s post (below). You see: when you’re subscribed to a message thread and receive instant e-mail notifications of any new posts made on that thread then the instant e-mail notification contains the ORIGINAL post. Well I don’t know but the ORIGINAL post looks a lot different to what’s shown here now (I wonder why the ‘change of heart’)!!! Or is it just me that needs to go back to bed???
[I]"If you are the one among the numerous people burdened under huge debt of bills, you might surely be wondering about the possible options to get out of it. Fortunately there are numerous ways to get rid of the debts; bankruptcy and debt settlement are the most commonly used methods. Both of these methods offer disadvantages and advantages at their part. There are many big and small points and facts to consider while evaluating your pecuniary situation. Here is a detailed comparison between bankruptcy and debt settlement. [/I]
[I]Bankruptcy and debt settlements work in different manner. Under the bankruptcy you actually wipe out a few particular debts completely. Whereas under the debt settlement[/I]
[I]Debt settlement and bankruptcy function differently. With debt settlement, you negotiate with your creditors to allow you to repay less than what you owe. Typically debt settlement can only be useful if you’re significantly behind on your bills and you owe primarily unsecured debt, such as credit cards or medical bills. With bankruptcy, you can wipe out certain debts completely through Chapter 7 or repay what you owe over time through Chapter 13. Debt Settlement Process Debt settlement is a fairly straightforward process. To settle a debt, you can hire a debt settlement company or work with creditors directly. Typically, the process involves a period of negotiation in which you make an offer to your creditor for a percentage of what you owe. The creditor may accept or decline the offer. Once an offer is accepted, you may pay the creditor through a lump sum or in several large payments. Generally, you cannot begin to negotiate with your creditors until your account is at least 60 to 90 days past due. Bankruptcy Process Bankruptcy is a legal process that begins when you file a voluntary petition with your local bankruptcy court. Once you file for bankruptcy protection, your creditors must cease all collection actions against you. You are required to complete courses in financial management and credit counseling prior to receiving a discharge. The Chapter 7 bankruptcy process typically takes approximately six months to complete. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy will take three or five years to complete, depending on the amount of your debt and your income. Cost Debt settlement is designed to save you money by reducing what you owe. Depending on your creditors, you may be able to pay anywhere from 30 to 70 percent of your actual balance. If you choose to use a debt settlement company, you should be aware that these companies often charge an upfront fee as well as a monthly maintenance fee to negotiate for you. [/I]
[I]As of 2010, the filing fee for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy was $299. The fee for Chapter 13 was $274. If you choose to hire an attorney to file your petition, you can expect to pay hundreds or even thousands of dollars in legal fees. Considerations Both debt settlement and bankruptcy are damaging to your credit, although the effects of bankruptcy tend to be more long-lasting. If you choose to use the services of a debt settlement company, you should be aware that there are a number of fraudulent companies in operation. Neither debt settlement nor bankruptcy can eliminate your liability for certain types of debts such as tax debts, student loans, child support or alimony.[/I]
[I]Hey friends, I am pretty new to the trading but I have given a try to etoro and I would like to say that it was good to use it. Though it is my first week here, but it was fine and I am making profits here, however they now are pretty small but I believe to get bigger ones in the near future. I have read plenty of bad reviews against etoro, but thankfully I decided to go with them and I am happy with my decision. This is entirely my personal opinion so don’t make your word out of it, go through the details of etoro and then decide whether you want to go with it or not after all it is your hard earned money."[/I]
Keep it ‘clean’ for crying out aloud!!!
If you’re a decent broker the clients will come to you without your having to resort to tactics such as this!!!