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Forex Pip Alerts Discussion

This entry is reserved for our official review of Forex Pip Alerts. 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.

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24 Comments
  • mlou - Posts:
    August 6, 2011
    Reply #1

    My husband signed up for their free trial. Which means he doesn’t get charged. WRONG! they charged his card and now I’m requesting they give him back his money. I have no problem taking all the documentation I’m putting together to the proper authorities. It’s not the first company I went against. A class act lawsuit should make these people think straight. If enough people get together with the same complaint with proof, their going to lose!

  • arnold - Posts:
    June 2, 2011
    Reply #2

    Never order something thru PLIMUS!!Clickebank is good they give you a refund with no questions asked, but Plimus…..Stay away from them they are always in favour of the vendor.

  • John - Posts:
    April 10, 2011
    Reply #3

    Well this was a complete waste of time. The support requests took 2 days each to get aswered and were not at all helpful. I finally got a refund from Plimus this morning (after over week and several emails and 3 phone calls). My advice is to STAY AWAY!

  • Andy (Jasper) - Posts:
    April 8, 2011
    Reply #4

    I have cancelled, ask for refund several times, agreed to cancel subscriptions but not refund (plimus) – I don’t know if this is legal as the system did not do what the sales pitch said plus advertised money back guarntee – I know it’s not Clickbank – but not happy so avoid,. Any suggestions on how to enforce a full refund, leave on forum.

  • Dee - Posts:
    April 6, 2011
    Reply #5

    Hey this scam B.S. You name it. I joined it almost 6 weeks ago. I didn’t get a EA. I just got the alert but I’ve never received email alert. It’s not all. I’ve sent a few email to support but response was slow and proper action haven’t been taken. Today (6 Apr 2011) they posted alerts that’s just non sense. Short alert on USDCHF @ 0.91840 but Target was greater that the price and stoploss was lower. Isn’t this crazy.

  • Dee - Posts:
    April 6, 2011
    Reply #6

    Hey this scam or B.S you name it. I joined it almost 6 weeks ago. I didn’t get a EA. I just got the alert but I’ve never received email alert. It’s not all. I’ve sent a few email to support but response was slow and proper action haven’t been taken. Today (6 Apr 2011) they posted alerts that’s just non sense. Short alert on USDCHF @ 0.91840 but Target was greater that the price and stoploss was lower. Isn’t this crazy.

  • ricki - Posts:
    April 6, 2011
    Reply #7

    i think this service is a scam, i joined then payed for a second service which should been active within 48 hours, that was 2 weeks ago ,u only get alerted by email so u have to stick to your computer all day , the service said that signals were sms but they are not, stay away

  • Paul S - Posts:
    March 31, 2011
    Reply #8

    Dear moderators, can please delete my second name from the recent post containing email information?

  • Paul S - Posts:
    March 31, 2011
    Reply #9

    New signal from FPA.

    Sell USDCHF 91709 target 91361 stop 92172. Have a look at this signal, The r/r is completely back to front, 100 pip risk to 30 pips gain approx. Plus they never give a order suck as sell stop, sell limit etc, and certianly no trade management once in the trade. I feel if someone is giving signals they should also be there to help manage the trade once triggered.

    I have repeatedly asked for a refund and this is what I get.

    Hi Paul, Forex Pip Alerts has provided its users with long term profits and high returns for years.No strategy should be judged after trying it for such a small timeframe. I am sure you will enjoy its results and that your account will grow very soon. Regards, Brian Sampson Quoting Paul Stevenson : >> Hi Brian,>> Its quite simply. I can not get the software to run, so i want a > refund. You continually avoid this issue about honoring your refund > promise.. Why is that? Are there other people requesting refunds also?>> i AM ACTUALLY GETTING SICK OF ASKING FOR A REFUND. THAT WILL NOT > STOP ME TAKING THIS FURTHER.>> Paul

  • Paul S - Posts:
    March 30, 2011
    Reply #10

    I signed up for their offer and purchased the four products. To date i feel all products average and have not been able to download the robots. So i have requested a full refund that is being ignored . Have sent atleast 20 emails requesting a refund. I consider Forexpipalerts to be just another scam as they have not honoured their refund policy. Be warned.

    • Paul S - Posts:
      March 30, 2011
      Reply #11

      Just running some of ther signals from the members area. Curent short term signals are. Sell EURUSD 1.40825 target 1.40347 stop 1.41228 recent price 1.4074 gain 30 pips ish, looks ok

      BUY AUDUSD 1.03070 target 1.03339 stop 1.02772 stoppped out loss 28 ish pips

      Long term signals

      sell USDCHF .9200 target 9180 stop 9250 current 20 pips from stop drawdown at present 33 pips

      Sell EURCHF 1.2952 target 1.2930 stop 1.3000 stopped out minus 51 pips.

      If you have a good look at these trades they present a poor R/R.

      The AUDUSD was a sell when i recieved the signals. I sold. There it is one days signals and some big losses.

      • Paul S - Posts:
        March 30, 2011
        Reply #12

        The AUDUSD has broken above the buy, however, it was stopped prior at 1.02772, the low being 1.02692.

  • Allan - Posts:
    March 27, 2011
    Reply #13

    Have signed up: 7 wins 2 losses . Well in front from the monthly fee and losses.
    This was the first week so early days, a query I had was answered in a few hours.
    Lets give this a chance to work. There were 2 signals that I thought that could not be right, boy how wrong I was. Both trades were winners. This can be a problem when we second judge something.

  • Andy (Jasper) - Posts:
    March 24, 2011
    Reply #14

    Have had 5 profitable trades out of 7 completed so far , but still only 3rd day so very early in reviewing process , snds trades & all times of day & night !

  • Glenn - Posts:
    March 24, 2011
    Reply #15

    I signed up for the signals, but not the robot. I was promised a licence number within 48h but that deadline has passed and nothing has arrived. Not a good start.

  • John - Posts:
    March 21, 2011
    Reply #16

    i looked at bthe video, looks dodgy, why do you have to wait a week for signals, also it is not through clickbank, as far as i can see

  • Andy (Jasper) - Posts:
    March 20, 2011
    Reply #17

    I have just signed up, I think it is brand new – we shall see. I didn’t like the fact that I was asked to spend more money , after initial payment – but lets see what happens next !

    • Ms T - Posts:
      March 24, 2011
      Reply #18

      Any new updates since you signed up?

  • Steve - Posts:
    March 19, 2011
    Reply #19

    Anyone using the Forex Pip Alert system? Is it for real, or a scam?

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