You can say and defend all you want, im not saying you’re wrong. I just find it very suspicious that you made your account, and replied on the exact same day. Also not to mention their Trustpilot reviews, come in surges. There will be about 5 reviews on a given day, followed by 3 days of silence, followed by a day of multiple reviews, meaning either they have Trustpilot bots, or they review using fake accounts. Also to give me confluence do I have @Alejandro.94 's statement on the fact that they use the same vocabulary and grammar in each review, adding suspicion.
Next, lets go over their posts and do the math. I see that they post all these trades that they take, that manage to squeeze 1:100 R in their trades. Now, im gonna give WWA the upper hand and say that they make, per se 1:50R a MONTH, so 50% return every month, despite them portraying much higher returns.
Lets go ahead and do some math on this
If they have 20,000$, (because why not, they’ve probably made that much from their bootcamps correct?)
If you assume a 50% return each month, after 36 months (3 years if you cant do the math)
their closed PnL would be just shy of 44 BILLION DOLLARS, George Soros much?
These people would be all over the news, people would be RUSHING to buy their courses and services…
Does it not sound suspicious that 3 Boys, some of which still in university (not sure who), have managed to Join, work at & Quit IML, start their own firm called WWA trading, and proceed to advertise a skill that takes years to master? Putting aside the fact that FX is a skill that takes a while to master, and requires a bit more than regular amount of time to reach a level of education and experience where you’re ready to mentor others about this skill, sounds a bit suspicious doesn’t it? Also to add on to the fact that their style of trading is based off of Wyckoff and ICT concepts, which take ALOT more than usual time to master, but they’ve somehow reached a level of mentoring this skill, and concepts…at 19?..sus
Use your brain, do the math, spot obvious things, notice patterns, and you’ll notice who’s legit and who’s a scam. There’s a possibility they’re legit, but I genuinely, highly doubt it. If we can get some actual evidence and testimonial, perhaps a verified MyFxbook or something, then that would make them believable. I can go on and on about simple things which makes them look suspicious, but with this many things already suggesting they’re simply marketers, and with nothing to back up their legitimacy, the only people you’re fooling in this multi-trillion dollar Market are the sheeps.