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Delphi Scalper Review (Delphi Scalping Scam?)


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Delphi Scalper is a revolutionary new trading system that takes scalping style trading outside the box. Or is it?…

It appears this system is just a knock-off of a free system that has been in the works for years over at forex factory. He has taken a well developed, laid outstrategy put together by a group of guys at forex factory, made some adjustments to it, gave it a fancy name, put a pretty package on it and a big pricetag and you have Delphi Scalper.

If you are ok knowing all of this, and willing to spend $1000 on this system that you can get free, then by all means go for it. But head over to forex factory to see what I mean. They have a very in depth study of this “delphi scalper system”.

I would have to consider Delphi Scalper as a scam based on these findings.

  • Traderexplorer - Posts:
    April 29, 2010
    Reply #1

    Sorry Jason, if the cap fits then damn well wear it. None of your systems work as your hyped up bull! You have a highly overpriced system which you pedal to us mugs and make a very nice profit at our expense. How do you really justify that? The only come back we have is forums like this because as your forums are moderated the paint a very biased set of views. You are a con man pure and simple

  • Jason Fielder - Posts:
    April 28, 2010
    Reply #2

    The arrows have been in development for 2 years. The lines, (Support and resistance) have been in development for 4 years. Yes some of the things are fundamentals of trading, however this package is NOT ripped off of any site/thread anything like this it was developed/programed completely in house… If you feel that it’s too basic for the price point.. Simple, don’t buy it. I’m also interested to know what system we “ripped off” Oh and Thanks for contacting me directly before you posted this slander. -Jason Fielder

  • Packman - Posts:
    April 28, 2010
    Reply #3
  • David Alan - Posts:
    April 24, 2010
    Reply #4

    Can someone tell me which thread/system at Forex Factory is the one that Delphi is based on?

  • Ryan. - Posts:
    April 24, 2010
    Reply #5

    Jason Fielder (if that is even his real name) has basically ripped this from some guys over at forex factory that have been developing this same system for years.

    While he may have packaged it up nicely, he has only done so to reap the profits.

  • 4xman - Posts:
    April 24, 2010
    Reply #6

    What garbage….lol, he is making simple ideas seem complicated and worth some sort of value. This Fidler guy is professional scamer. DO NOT buy anything from him, or trade his methods. Remember, P&F, Triad, Correlation code etc…

  • Peter - Posts:
    April 24, 2010
    Reply #7

    From what I gathered from the webinar is that you are to trade between S/R lines when price strength is strong for the direction you want to trade. So if the USD is strong when trading EURUSD, then you sell and vice versa for buy.

    Didn’t really find it revolutionairy…

  • Paul - Posts:
    April 23, 2010
    Reply #8

    Before of Delphi Scalper.

    You need to sit at your PC for a long time waiting for the signals. All the marketing crap about making your fortune before breakfast is hot air. There is no audible alarm just visuals. Up to date I am 87 pips down.

    In summarry a very bad investment for $997

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