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Copy Paste Pips Review | Any Good?

Another typical video sales page with some paid actor giving a schpeel about how this new system will change your life. Then of course the email capture on the right to hit you with other products in the future. I will be surprised if this is not a pile of crap, more to come soon…

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  • Imran - Posts:
    August 8, 2011
    Reply #1

    I purchased this software, didn’t get time to install it, been subscribing for 8 months 8*£37.80 ouch. Just issued a cancellation, is it worth installing it?

  • Rod - Posts:
    April 8, 2011
    Reply #2

    I had both CopyPaste and No Loss. After receiving only a few signals, most of which got cancelled by the signal provider I asked for a full refund for the past 52 (60) days as detailed by clickbank. I had only been in it 52 daysI only got a refund of the last 30 days. After hassle from the operator of copypastepips by someone who English was clearly not a first language. I have also cancelled today my copypastepips because clearly the trader has no clue about trading and is just pissing in the wind. Too often he does a sell when the current trend is buy, it makes a profit, but he leaves it there until it makes a mega loss. He hasn’t got a damn clue.

  • Rishi - Posts:
    March 10, 2011
    Reply #3

    hey Christina i live in toronto really would like to know the name of you money manager. i did my research and found just one in toronto. would just like to make sure its the same one .

    also guys ive been trying the cpp and all you have to do is be patient it seems to be working better now

  • lylim - Posts:
    March 9, 2011
    Reply #4

    I have tested this product since end of January, refer to below for the result :
    Feb(closed) = +418pp
    March(closed) = +170pp
    March(open/floating) = +60pp, as of today

    All trades opened are with SL & TP set, mostly the position will leave it run for few days. Might need to test further before any conclusion make, but so far it’s a steady product.

  • Chai - Posts:
    February 15, 2011
    Reply #5

    Thank you all for the valuable inputs as i also received the emails and wondering whether to give it a try or not…

    Like Cristina, i also have a Money Manager and i park a small amount of my fund to the manager and help to make a return for me every month. If you know about Borneo Island then you probably understand why i need to invest in Forex for my living.. 🙁

    i did purchased a few EAs as well and i leave it to run on different platform but the result not as good as the return by Money Manager. but of course, commission charged by Money Manager is $5 per 0.1 Lots but i think worth it…

    If any of you intended to have someone to manage portion of your investment and if you think that i can be trusted , you can write to me for more info.

    thank you.

  • Radioman - Posts:
    February 13, 2011
    Reply #6

    well, finally I requested a refund and got it without any problems …

  • John S - Posts:
    February 13, 2011
    Reply #7

    Certified dud. Waited weeks to get a reply (resolution of multiple eroor messages) – then they updated it and it straightaway launched into a loser. Pregnant pause for a few days then another loser. Gave up on the first loser. Back to clickbank.

  • john - Posts:
    February 9, 2011
    Reply #8

    I bought this piece of crap 3 weeks ago doesnt work, the support is a farce the only responses I get from them is a survey asking me to comment on what I think of the support. And since I have bought it I’m getting heaps of junk mail with similar BS, I hate these scamming jerks and the loosers that push them through their emails.
    Stay away. and thank you Admin for providing this service which helps expose these +#@!holes

    • Cristina - Posts:
      February 10, 2011
      Reply #9

      Well, a couple of weeks have passed and I am very please with my managed account.
      Yes, I have a managed account…no shame in that.
      I do not have the time or the energy to study all the intricacies of the FX market.
      I have found a reputable company in Canada, where I live. No big promises, just a steady growth.
      There has been ups and downs…professional traders aren’t perfect either.
      I believe I have found a reputable business, ready to answer any questions or concerns at the drop of a hat.

  • Marvin Doriot - Posts:
    February 9, 2011
    Reply #10

    In response to my prior responses: I try to give people a chance and the benefit of the doubt. As time has passed however I have been getting rather disappointed in the trades as I have suffered some losses and have since asked for a refund. MADU – I have lost faith in copypastepips for now and I have recently purchased and EA called Kangaroo and it is working very nicely. It’s about $200 plus $39/month but one of my $10,000 live accounts is up $420, or 4% just today and thats only running the eur/usd trades and not the aud/usd which many of the systems ran on today. They claim about 10% per month gains which turns $10,000 into over $30,000 in a year. So far I really like this EA…by the way I’m not affiliated and dont get paid to say this. Just my opinion thus far 🙂 Good luck!

    • Adrian Rodz - Posts:
      November 14, 2012
      Reply #11

      hi Marvin, just wondering if you are still using the EA Kangaroo? if yes, how is going. i’m thinking of buying it but wanted your feed back. Thanks

  • bubbles - Posts:
    February 8, 2011
    Reply #12

    I was also surprised at a trade being opened imemdiately market opened on sunday night resulting in a loss Maybe it was a hedged bet I thought forex was calculated The negative hanging trade was prettty high for my small account – i was convinced i was goign to get a margin call It made me one day – lost it next adn nothing since – I;ll give it a llittle longer and hope it doesnt rinse my account out I dont expect all winning trades but did expect more than this – we’ll see – orders pending – not quite sure i agree with rh euro one but we’ll see.

  • Hans - Posts:
    February 3, 2011
    Reply #13

    I’m looking for a good forex managed account. Any recommendations?

    • Cristina Visconte - Posts:
      February 4, 2011
      Reply #14

      Hello Hanz

      I’m not sure if I’m allowed to give the name of the company I deal with. From your browser type Forex Managed Accounts and do some research. I live in Canada and have just signed on with a Canadian firm based in Toronto. So far so good…too early to give a concrete appraisal.

    • Cristina - Posts:
      February 7, 2011
      Reply #15

      Here in Canada I use Assurancefx in Toronto Ont.

  • Radioman - Posts:
    February 1, 2011
    Reply #16

    I would like to see more trades regarding of price action at support and resistance regions (trend lines from H1 chart, from H4 and D1 chart … same from fib levels at last high-low swings in H1, D1, W1 and monthly chart) that is my trading style but I have no time to sit all day in front of the chart because of my day job … so sad that such trading system is impossible by EA 🙁

  • Radioman - Posts:
    February 1, 2011
    Reply #17

    Yes, that EURUSD trade was strange … -194 Pips here … and I wonder … who would be so crazy to enter short EU just with opening at Asia session at monday morning? I think, there is not always a seasoned forex trader managing the trades, maybe there is (sometimes? all the time?) an EA at the “Master Trader” side working … I will look for the system behind the trades, why entering here with that SL and that TP? … and that looks (for me, so far) not well done by that “Master Trader” …

  • Ski - Posts:
    February 1, 2011
    Reply #18

    So last night S/L kicked in on EURUSD at 1.3773 and I lost ($97), over half of my account. It was all on auto and I didnt touch a thing. Cant say its a scam, but would’ve loved to see some more winning trades before wiping me clean. I asked for a refund and will try to play with something else. Geez, if his/their account got S/L’d, I cant imagine how much that loss was?!?!?!?!
    oh BTW, that pair is still climing up passed the S/L, so I would’ve lost even more….

    • Cristina Visconte - Posts:
      February 1, 2011
      Reply #19

      Ski get yourself a managed account if you are serious about forex trading

  • Marvin Doriot - Posts:
    January 30, 2011
    Reply #20

    I did notice some people were complaining about orders being changed and saying this is not an EA…you are correct, this is someone trading live behind a computer….read the website before you order people, it is not a robot!!! I am sometimes overwhelmed by the stupidity and ignorance of some people. And yes this is brand new and they were having issues with it running at first but its working fine now.

    • Cristina Visconte - Posts:
      January 31, 2011
      Reply #21

      Hello Marvin
      Why are you so forgiving? We are not talking about being 5 minutes lates for a date here. A lot of people are paying for a service they are not receiving. How long does a person have to wait? How stressed out does one have to get? Would you put up with waitng in line for who knows how long, to get served at a restaurant? No more excuses, they should have been more prepared.

    • MAdu - Posts:
      January 31, 2011
      Reply #22

      Hi MArvin,
      Can you help me with CPP.Like how to start with it. Iam completely stuck.Do i need to make the trades or it does on it own.I dont know where am I going wrong.Help me please.

  • Marvin Doriot - Posts:
    January 30, 2011
    Reply #23

    one extra thing I forgot is I do have the copy paste pips and the copy paste pips NOLOSS programs purchased and on my platform.

    • todd O - Posts:
      February 12, 2011
      Reply #24

      I have the same thing…..CopyPastePips and the NoLoss programs purchased and loaded on my platforms. I haven’t seen any trades yet though. IS everything working for you and what have their results been?

  • jim patterson - Posts:
    January 29, 2011
    Reply #25

    Copy paste pips Not a single trade crashed the mt4 untill they told me you had to use 2 platforms that took 3 days for support to reply to that query. What a load of crap got a refund .

  • Bobby - Posts:
    January 28, 2011
    Reply #26

    I ordered Copy Paste Pips on 1/18/11
    When I installed it on my VPS I had to restart the Mt4 platform a couple of times while the trade copier made installation/adjustments. It updated itself a couple of times. I had 3 trades placed for me by CPP.
    1/25 GbpUsd trade for 68.2 pips profit
    1/26 EurUsd trade for 74.4 pips profit
    1/28 GbpUsd trade for 105.2 pips profit

    Total Profit for the week 248 pips on 3 trades.

    So far I am pleased with the perfromance and remain cautiously optimistic that the service might be worthwhile. I am trading .1 Lots per trade.

    Hope this helps

    • Cristina Visconte - Posts:
      January 29, 2011
      Reply #27

      Hi Bobby,

      Since the service is working for you, would you mind sharing some info. Did you purchase all the products or just the basic? I waited a week to get an alert and…nothing!

    • MAdu - Posts:
      January 30, 2011
      Reply #28

      Can you send me amail regarding how to use CPP.I purchased it but iam not able to use it at all.I dont know where IAm going wrong. Please send me a mail.I got charged 47$ to my credit card and it is not even working good in my Demo account.Please help me out.

    • MAdu - Posts:
      January 31, 2011
      Reply #29

      Hi Bobby,
      Can you help me out with CPP. CAn you please reply to my mail.Iam not able to use CPP.Tell me how to get started.
      Hope to hear from you soon. If your profits are real then You will reply to my mail.

  • john - Posts:
    January 28, 2011
    Reply #30

    i agree with all your posts this is a scam , i cancelled mine pretty quick when it took 4 days to get a reply from an email. as with all these b*****ds trying to rip people off when we are trying to earn a few pounds shame on them what go’s around comes around.
    Cristina Visconte
    what is a money manager and where do i get one ???

    • Cristina Visconte - Posts:
      January 29, 2011
      Reply #31

      Hi John,

      I came across the service by chance. I received an email from a Forex Managed Account firm promoting their service. didn’t know anything even exsisted! They basically work the same as Stock Brokers except they use your money for Forex.
      I apologize for not being able to explain better. In your browser, just type Forex Managed Accounts and go from there. There are a few, some in the States, one in Germany and one in Canada.
      I live in Canada, so I chose to use a Canadian firm. Let me know if you are interested in receiving the name of the company.

      • Roland - Posts:
        February 1, 2011
        Reply #32

        Hi Cristina, I also live in Canada (BC) could you let me know the name of the Canadian company you are using?

  • Chucky - Posts:
    January 28, 2011
    Reply #33

    yeah this is crap

  • Eben - Posts:
    January 27, 2011
    Reply #34

    I agree with the above comments. They mostly dont answer your e-mails. I cant get the Basic and Noloss to work on the same account like they told me it would etc etc Going for a refund. Stay clear please….

  • Radioman - Posts:
    January 26, 2011
    Reply #35

    I closed the trade manualy (15 Pips in profit) because there was an update of EA dll file and it makes error messages about “Stopped, Expert Advisor already exists on some chart, single instance allowed to run…” but that error message is still there. And its not ok because the CopyPastePips Client is only running at one chart …

  • Cristina Visconte - Posts:
    January 26, 2011
    Reply #36

    Kudos to everyone that has posted their comment…all true!
    I requested a refund this morning as well…what a bunch of BS!
    I have a Money Manager that does the trading for me…no worries and am more than happy to pay him a fee.

    • Ski - Posts:
      January 28, 2011
      Reply #37

      Who do you use for the money manager and can you tell me more about it please????? Very interested …


    • Bert Thompson - Posts:
      March 25, 2012
      Reply #38

      Cristina. What is the name of your Money Manager in Canada?

  • Radioman - Posts:
    January 26, 2011
    Reply #39

    update: TP has been changed by “Master-Trader”(EA?) from 10 Pips to 150 Pips (now 1.5990)

  • Radioman - Posts:
    January 26, 2011
    Reply #40

    screenshot for this one:

  • Radioman - Posts:
    January 26, 2011
    Reply #41

    update: almost 24 hours after triggering (by news announcement) the GU buy trade is still “alive” … hovering in a range between -4 and -90 Pips all the time… SL is still set at -100 Pips, TP is still (after correcting by “Master-Trader”/EA?) set at (only) 10 Pips.

  • Radioman - Posts:
    January 25, 2011
    Reply #42

    I just saw, that the “Master Trader” (EA at the other side?) has adapted the TP meanwhile. First TP was set to 1.6090 … now the TP is set to 1.5850 … that will give us 10 Pips … by a SL of 100 Pips! … huuuu … funny …

  • Radioman - Posts:
    January 25, 2011
    Reply #43

    10 hours later … the trade is still active, was triggered by the news release for GBP … the trade moved up and down between minus 90 and minus 10 Pips … everything is still possible 🙂

  • Rob - Posts:
    January 25, 2011
    Reply #44

    Stay away from this one – or get your money back quick smart.
    As said in No. 4 Above. You cant have both EA’s on the one MT4 platform.
    This crashes my MT4 platform (I have never seen MT4 crash before)
    Whlle waiting for money back, it took two trades (when I did get one EA to work) – both duds.
    Stay away from this one – consider donating your money to the Australian – QLD – Flood Victums

  • Radioman - Posts:
    January 25, 2011
    Reply #45

    well.. some minutes later the trade was triggered … I think there is no human trader creating the orders because who would be so crasy to set such a pending order so close to an important news event?

  • Radioman - Posts:
    January 25, 2011
    Reply #46

    Hello … just received my first pending order with the CopyPastePips EA: Buy limit GBPUSD at 1.5840 with SL 1.5740 and TP 1.6090 we will see … greetings from Hamburg/Germany 🙂

  • joe ullrich - Posts:
    January 23, 2011
    Reply #47

    I have just uploaded the EA. I will post weekly on here my progress. As of right now I am feeling a refund in the making.

  • Frank Richardson - Posts:
    January 23, 2011
    Reply #48

    I order this service. The regular version, and the no loss version have to be installed on seperate MT4s in order to function properly, as both levels do not work on the same MT4. When ordering it starts out with the basic service with an upsell to the no loss service. After I signed up, contact support, and began receiving emails. The address on the bottom of those emails is Hong Kong. So much for this service actually being provided by a caucasian named Mr. Robert Cormer, highly unlikely. The guy on the video as far as I can determine is a paid actor, and the actual person behind this system is probably named Sam Scamu. I cancelled the service, and now I am receiving spam emails providing the actual no loss service with a fake a fake license, and no contact info on the bottom of those emails with the email address ( probably stolen ) from

    Needless to say I returned my purchase, and receive a full refund from Clickbank.

    Stay away from this scam, please.

  • Alex - Posts:
    January 23, 2011
    Reply #49

    Here is the long and short of ALL these products out there. Think about it, it you had a system that was bringing in $40K+ per month, would you even waste a second of your time time making fake sales videos?? Would you even waste your time selling your secret recipe for $67 bucks a pop?? Not a chance……. buyer beware..

  • horseshoe70 - Posts:
    January 19, 2011
    Reply #50

    Hi there
    Copy Paste is an hourly based MA driven Swing Trading System with only few signals a month. Don´t buy or hire the so called service. Check out other costless Trading Systems on the Internet and you will perform better than this.

  • John - Posts:
    January 18, 2011
    Reply #51

    I have seen the video on copy paste pips and it makes me wonder about the system.
    He is looking for $67 a month, why? He is telling us he is making $4000 a day.
    Here is a suggestion, why not take a percentage of the profit he going to make for us.


  • John - Posts:
    January 18, 2011
    Reply #52

    The “free” manual systems he gives out are junk. It’s the same stuff that’s been on forums for years. What’s worse, he says take profit/stop losses are “up to your discretion,” so no one will trade them the same way. Even if he uses them successfully (which I seriously dobut), you don’t know which pairs, time frames, stop loss/take profit, discretionary moves, etc., he uses.

    I think I know the reason he hates EAs. They force him to hard code rules and allow everyone to back test and forward test his ideas.

    Based on what I’ve seen, I wouldn’t touch his signal service—at least not until he builds a long-term profitable track record (don’t hold your breath).

  • rosco - Posts:
    January 17, 2011
    Reply #53

    Based on what? I gave him my email adress, youreceive his theory, a template for a MT4 platform and a msWORD document where he tells you what to do. Pretty new to this forex stuff, but it does make some sense and explains some parts of the indicators and stuff that does not harm anyone.
    Never payed till now. Let you know the follow-up mails..

  • Marc Rod - Posts:
    January 16, 2011
    Reply #54

    Hi All,

    I heard this same sales pitch a few months back and it turned out to be a scam. I can’t remember the name of the other site but I know for a fact that I’ve heard this sales pitch before, I say scam so they attempt to sell you more crap in the future. 4 years ago I would have thought it potential however now I’m left to thinks it’s a pile of crap. Stay away.

    Marc Rod

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