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Forex Ghost Trader User Reviews | ForexGhostTrader

This entry is reserved for our official review of Forex Ghost Trader. This is a forex product being sold on most likely Clickbank or Plimus for a TBA price. They will most likely offer a refund policy of 60 days no questions asked money back guarantee.

Remember if you are going to try Forex Ghost Trader that you fully understand how the system works before running it live. I always recommend to use your refund period to test it thoroughly for at least a month. If your results are above satisfaction, then and only then should you consider taking steps to trade it live with your hard earned money. Just because a website says their system will make $xx,xxx a month doesn’t mean it’s going to. So if you are not satisfied, do not hesitate to request your money back. If you are interested in more information on this forex product then check out the link or any comments below.

If real user reviews of ForexGhostTrader are what you are looking for, then check the comments below. They are real customer experiences with this product. If there are no comments, then be sure to come back frequently and check for updates as our review and discussion of this product continues to grow.

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Ok guys lets get the ball rolling, discuss your Forex Ghost Trader, strategies, thoughts, whatever…

  • Glen - Posts:
    October 6, 2011
    Reply #1

    Same experience as Daniel L W. I was invoiced without purchasing.

  • JerryJoe - Posts:
    September 21, 2011
    Reply #2

    I have to agree with Jonny. There is a big difference between Clickbank and Plymus. Plymus does not honor refunds and on the two occassions I purchased through them, I had to open a dispute through PayPal. When I see Plymus as the processor, I leave the page and mark the incoming sales e-mail as junk mail.

  • Daniel L.W - Posts:
    September 16, 2011
    Reply #3

    Oh gosh! Guys, serious! Beware from their sales page. They can just simply charged you without your consent. Its the first website that I’ve ever met which is crazy!

  • MarkR - Posts:
    September 13, 2011
    Reply #4

    Not only is the sales campaign as crooked as they come, the first trade LONG on AUDUSD was opened when weekly, daily and 4H indicated short trades. It was a loser of course – 45 pips.Dont touch is my advice. Not sure what the loophole is other than incompetence.

  • Ken - Posts:
    September 12, 2011
    Reply #5

    I read the following comment from someone called Bob who bought this product:

    “Do NOT buy the Forex Ghost Trader!!!!!!!! Yesterday I purchased the $37 per month service and when I got in they had all of these extra upgrades which was an immediate red flag to me. I kept hitting NO, I do not want to purchase the upgrades. I was going to give them a month with the basic program I purchased to prove themselves and if they failed I would cancel the service. This morning when I got up I checked my email and found that they had charged my account not only for the original $37 but also a fee of $1 and $497 for a total of $535 when I had only approved the original $37. I immediatly closed my bank account so that they can make no further charges. My bank has assured me that they can get the money back. I have cancelled the Forex Ghost Trader and have requested the return of all of my money as well. I would highly recommend that nobody purchase this service. If they can’t get their accounting right then how could you trust their trade advice. They are scammers and losers in my book. ”

    Based on the comments of Bob concerning his purchase of Forex Ghost Trader, we should practically stay from any future products from David Schwartz, the producer of this product. It’s deceptive sales and unauthorized charges.

    One tip. Before we go ahead and buy any product from those sales pages, try closing the web page/go away from that webpage first. It’ll try to persuade you by giving you something for free, the product at lower price or for a trial. If you did that, you would have been able to download a Ghost Trader (without the auto-trading) for free, and also if did that a few times, you’ll come to a page offering you a 3-day trial for $1 (which is actually too short to do any worthwhile test).

    • Jonny - Posts:
      September 13, 2011
      Reply #6

      This seems to be the crap Plimus vendors are running these days. First look at their chosen CC processor. If it is Plimus, stay away. ClickBank is incredibly honorable compared to Plimus scums. Plimus plays a huge role in it as well.

    • Alain - Posts:
      September 15, 2011
      Reply #7

      Hi Ken,,,

      Im sorry to hear that,,,, I´ve tested a lot of robots with clickbank and plimus and both of them always refunded my money.

      It is true that today most of the crapy systems are with plimus but I recommend you to contact plimus for your refund,,,, you have 30 days to request a refund with no questions asked,,, do it directly from the plimus receipt, there is a link to customer service… If you ask the vendor for your refund, they would bother you with questions and you would waste your time until you are past your 30 days limit. Follow my advice and you will have your money back.

  • Jonny - Posts:
    September 11, 2011
    Reply #8

    Does anyone willing to risk their money? Another Plimus monthly subscription. These vendors have ZERO confidence in their products so they go to a crooked processor like Plimus to peddle their crap. Sorry, not even worth investigating because it is Plimus.

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