Forex Robot Reviews

RealTime EA By Lauren Anderson Reviewed And Discussed

Realtime EA is a new forex robot being sold by Lauren Anderson on the Clickbank payment processor. It is set to release on November 9th and will come with a 60 day money back guarantee. There are three EA’s she’s selling which we can only assume are variations of the Real Time EA:

  • Mastermind – $67
  • Accelerator – $77
  • Multiplier – $47

There is very little information about these robots and even Lauren herself, so my suggestion as of now is not to waste your time with these unless we see some real results start popping up. To me it just seems like yet another marketing tactic, put a pretty girl on video and all over the webpage hoping guys will buy it.

Real Time EA

Remember if you are going to try Real Time EA 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 Real Time EA 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.

If you have experience with RealTime EA or know something people might find important please feel free to share in a comment below. It may help someone save or make a lot of money so don’t hold back. Because of the influx in forex robots and forex systems being released right now, our reviewing as been slowed but our user comments have not. Make yourself at home and write a comment, or ask a question for the community to discuss. You will be surprised the information and knowledge you may unveil.

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Ok guys lets get the ball rolling, here at ForexFBI we encourage our visitors to discuss your Real Time EA experiences, strategies, thoughts, whatever…

RealTime EA Rating And Reviews

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  • john - Posts: 5+
    January 20, 2013
    Reply #1

    Its all been said here, last trade was December 12 -2012. Its sold as “low latency” which is absurd for trades over 5 pips, a real scam, it ought to be investigated by some FX authority, government or professional. “this setup cost me 1/2 million dollars”! was the big sale punch.

    • Jacque - Posts: 5+
      January 23, 2013
      Reply #2

      Yes, they discontinued the trade copy service last month using their server. Now they just sell EAs and Binary Options with questionable performance.

  • Charles - Posts: 1
    January 11, 2013
    Reply #3

    I agree with much of what has been said. Support is nominal and the robot has not traded since it closed its last trade on December 19, 2012, and no e-mail trade alerts have been forthcoming. I have tried twice to get an answer from their support team to no avail. In addition, they are now sending advertisements almost daily for a binary robot that they are pedaling. I highly recommend staying away from this company.

  • dallas Johnson - Posts: 1
    December 28, 2012
    Reply #4

    I recognized the girl from somewhere else right away,I know why they use these actors, it is because, if the real person is shown, it may detract from possible interest in the product.Many smart people have looks that don’t go with Tv, video or sales pitches.As far as the busty gals it is as much to attract females as males.It obviously makes no impression on a person’s inclination to buy if you are looking at a very plain ordinary presenter, let alone if they may have looks like their pet, as in a bloodhound.You will get yourself into the member’s area by patiently going through the interminable upsells, politely refusing until they resign themselves to the fact you are not a sucker.Once there, clickbank’s receipt no. was my problem, with autobinary bot, prior, so I was pleasantly surprised that everything worked as I had noticed a connection with the two.I downloaded the software much later as the page goes to where they tell you to look at the signals ‘LAUREN, ‘ who is probably a pro trader is giving.I did this and one was 27 pips another over 150!! that, is huge, but I also noticed a few – losing trades.Too there are many many at the money trades too.My misgivings about trusting this is whether the average would indeed pan out to be profitable.The only way to test this properly is to try a live account with only the minimum deposit your broker will allow.I can’t instal the software yet, I eventually discovered you download that where it says d/load zip or d/load RAR. I then found by trial and error, whilst waiting for ‘support’ to reply to me.I never believe any of the ‘SUPPORT’ claims within any of these things, but except for that, I am not prepared to say it’s a scam.My problem, is that, I’ve gotten the EA on Metatrader easy forex platform, now, but where I need to set the permissions and parameters, and first of all put my clickbank order number in for the licence input it is blank,Does anybody know how to get past this hiccup.A word of advice: best to not waste your time on demo accounts, they allow you beginners luck, which is an old card scam, to get you to put your money in a real account later.You can pick winners on paper in horseracing etc very well, but once in the real atmosphere you bet differently, so, likely a demo is likely to give you a misleading idea of where you are at, in your HEAD, which is the main part which has to largely remain detached from your mental and emotional attitudes whilst trading or betting within any form of chance.If they keep sending the mirror trades out, then people who have bought this RealTime EA can input those trades manually, first analyzing for themselves.I got a binary bot thing, which says it is only valid within last 10 mins of the trade.Seeing as your trade closes 5 mins before expiration of the trade, it seems to me to be useless, but I had enough sense to realize that and so, I never used it.Within the last 5 mins of each 30 mins trade, I discovered a put trade, created at the high end of the graph, can be far too low, as big funds and traders seem to either buy or dump currencies then, so small traders will get decimated in either forex calls or binary digital options.My Options XP broker only does 30 mins trades, so I am looking for another with shorter 15 min expiry times to see if they do the same within the last 5 mins of a 15 min expiring trade.In all of this, the old Latin maxim still applies,’CAVEAT EMPTOR’ Let the buyer, or may we also the punter,BEWARE!!! all that glitters is not gold remember!! I hope this helps some out there in ‘wondering land’ Mr Dallas Johnson.

    • bilvic - Posts: 1
      March 31, 2013
      Reply #5

      Lauren Anderson is a fake. After I had paid for the Real Time EA I decided to check up on Real T and found a site where the guy was smarter than me and he told me that she fronted another site selling some marketing gimmick same girl almost the same photo different name. A complete and utter scam and she should as you say be prosecuted. The tips that she gave from her site were also way out of date and complete flops.
      Then she started plugging other S/W so I made sure I stayed away from that.
      Stay away from her. If I got hold of her I would wring her neck. Metaphorically speaking of course

      • Jacque - Posts: 1
        March 31, 2013
        Reply #6

        The marketing geeks use her photograph, but, she is never there at any of the seminars. Sometimes I wonder if she even knows that they are using her photograph to sell their fake products? I think they just use her picture, and assign a fake name to it so that she does not sue them. Just follow the money. I bet that they are not even paying her.

  • Steve - Posts: 1
    December 27, 2012
    Reply #7

    Absolutely don’t grab this EA if you know nothing about trading Forex. If you do you could probably make it work although I have so many unanswered questions, all which have been ignored by the support team…if there actually is one. Really disappointing but I only wasted $7 on this. I’ll bet that Lauren Anderson doesn’t exist Nice marketing. Does anyone know how to set the Take Profit for a scalp? None of the parameters are explained in detail. Can you trade on a different time frame and has anyone been successful? Please shoot me an email. Thanks.

  • LotzofBotz - Posts: 1
    December 16, 2012
    Reply #8

    Here I did the leg work for you to show the paid actress these UK based scammers use. It shows how they operate and well this video is 100% just funny! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwefXEIxBEo

    • Jacque - Posts: 5+
      December 17, 2012
      Reply #9

      LotzofBotz, 5 Stars for you for finding that link. I enjoyed it a lot.
      Her emails always say that “she” will “see me” at the next seminar. BUT, she never shows up. Always some other person gives the seminar, Tom (Dick or Harry?). I wonder what her fee is to allow people to use her photograph for their products. And , as suggested, I can name her “Sybil” this time, and list her as “author” on a book I’ll write called “Forex-Scams”. lol. I’ll send people emails with her photograph inviting them to buy my ebook. And end the letter with “sweet kisses” from her. I’ll make a million witout having to trade a single PIP! lol

    • Lewis Fulkerson - Posts: 1
      December 17, 2012
      Reply #10

      I enjoyed the video too, and I had commented earlier that I had seen her in other ads, but I never really tried to find her. Anyway, whoever writes the book; for 10% I do the foreward… hahaha… just trying to earn som “easy pips”.

      • Jacque - Posts: 5+
        December 17, 2012
        Reply #11

        lol. Since she is a “role player” maybe I will keep a picture of her in my wallet and show her around when people ask to see a picture of my girlfriend… Yes, you can do the forward or the whole book. You can have my idea, just remember to use her picture in the marketing. Yesterday she claimed to be a banker. Maybe in your book you can list her as a “Professor of Economics” just to add variety to her resume. Who knows, maybe next week she will call herself a Senator from Washington. lol

        • Lewis - Posts: 5+
          December 18, 2012
          Reply #12

          A Senator? Well, since she’s good a scamming, she’d fit the bill perfectly! I’ll check here in Oklahoma and see if I can get her listed for the next election. You can do the book, and I’ll just do the forward. I was just trying to “scalp some pips” from your potential profit… hahaha…

  • PHK Corporation - Posts: 1
    December 15, 2012
    Reply #13

    Was able to download, this EA is a trade copier. You receive trade signals realtime-ea.com. Suggest click the ask for manual confirmation on live trading to disable auto trading while your testing on a live account. This means you have to sit at your terminal. Also suggest, setting the Trade Multiplier to 0.01 which sets the lot size to the smallest of 0.01 lots.

    I will be evaluating this robot, and using the 4xlots iPhone calculator to determine the lot size. This means, I have to turn off auto trading by setting manual confirmation and then when the trade is sent can change the lot size appropriately.

    Will post updates periodically. Hold off buying, until I finish my evaluation.

  • ash - Posts: 1
    December 14, 2012
    Reply #14

    i am just amazed by this lauren anderson. How can she go on cheating innocent and desperate people trying to make some money on the net. hope she can sleep well knowing that she is a thief with or without her knowledge

    • Lewis Fulkerson - Posts: 1
      December 17, 2012
      Reply #15

      for MONEY… makes sense to understand that! Of course, she’ll pay sooner or later.

  • pete - Posts: 5+
    November 27, 2012
    Reply #16

    OK, Laurens got the smile and the figure and the upsells, Gotta be a scam I said to myself. I did it anyway, Not a lot of $$, might be fun maybe get moneyback.
    I got it working OK and received quite a lot of trades, actually made around 10%, Then they dried up but got a promo from Lauren for Tom Greens Fx Eternity which is a lot more expensive and also for the AutoBinarybot. They appear to be all connected. Quite a fancy scam really. Ive asked for refund but not holding my breath.

  • Hans - Posts: 1
    November 26, 2012
    Reply #17

    I bought this EA but never got it to work, could not even instakk it. They send dummy numbers and not reply to support request, when I asked for refund they suddenly waked up.Now is to late I don´t want this one anymore as I don´t want this kind of problems. I asked for refund from Clickbank but the vendor refuse continuesly to refund. They close my request and I reopen it as I don´t trust them after all problems, this have happens many times now. Even if it should be the best working ea in the world I don´t want this one.
    The only way to have a refund seams to be directly trough ClickBank…

    • Jacque - Posts: 5+
      November 26, 2012
      Reply #18

      Yes, that is correct. When the vendor keeps closing your case, they hope you will give up, and let them keep your money. BUT, when you call Clickbank by “telephone”, usually their agent will “immediately” refund your money even “against” the objections of the seller.

    • Jonny - Posts: 70+
      November 27, 2012
      Reply #19

      Keep escalating it to Clickbank directly.

    • Hans - Posts: 1
      November 28, 2012
      Reply #20

      Be aware of this crap EA and sellers. They have no working support. They reply to you only after you ask for a refund. It took 6 days for them to reply from my first asking of support and the reply was because I asked for a refund.
      Every time i send a request for refund they closed it and maked it to techinal support. I kept asking for refund but only when I contacted Clickbank directly I got the refund.
      An EA can never work profitable in the long run only for a short time. This is because the market are continiusly changing but the EA is not follow this changes.
      If you want a good easy to follow technical sytem try Forex Power Pro from Russ Horn it´s free for anybody

      • Lewis - Posts: 5+
        December 18, 2012
        Reply #21

        I agree. That might be the one I’m using. I get up at 4:00 AM to have some prayer and bible study time, and by the time I’m off to work at 5:30 AM, I’ve made at least $100 every day! It’s a good system, but you have to do the work yourself. It take discipline, but if you follow the prompts you will DEFINITELY make money! Good call, Hans.

  • David - Posts: 1
    November 23, 2012
    Reply #22

    I purchased all the products but cannot access all of them. first issue! I emailed them and they never replied so far. On top of that the main EA is not taking any trades and it says connected. Also some guy from their marketing has been calling me to sell personnal coaching at like 4000$ a piece. They are trying hard to sell you all sorts of things! I have made my own EA and it is working well. I will stick with my own ideas. I guess I always wonder whats out there. It’s all marketing! Disapointing.

    • Jacque - Posts: 5+
      November 23, 2012
      Reply #23

      It is always bad news when you leave an EA vendor with your phone number. You will get upsell calls all the time for “coaching”. The problem with all their coaching programs, it that they want their $4,000 (or more) fee up front, but “your” profits are not guaranteed either now, or in the future. I even offered to set up a brokerage account with them where the broker will send them 50% of the profits, while I use their coaching, unti twice their normal fee has been paid back to them. That would mean that they would get an $8,000 tuition instead of their normal $4,000 tuition. Without “exception” none of the EA vendors would accept that offer. They know that their coaching is worthless, and not profitable, and so, they would never see any money. That is why they need the money up front. Then they can just disappear on you. In other words, they “don’t trust” you to pay as you go, BUT, you are expected to pay (trust) them with 100% fees up front……… no thanks……..

    • Matthew - Posts: 10+
      December 14, 2012
      Reply #24

      Hi David, I would be keen to see your results for your own EA. Have you got myfxbook to share? I am looking for anything that works consistently and safely.

  • Dawid - Posts: 1
    November 20, 2012
    Reply #25

    Hi Guys. I had similar experience with downloading the EA and all sorts of errors, but I’ve got it installed and it trades like crazy. The moment a trade closes another one opens(martingale it seems). I’ve been running it for seven days and are 10% up on my initial deposit. :) Will report back in 30 days. Cheers

    • Matthew - Posts: 10+
      December 14, 2012
      Reply #26

      Davvid, if you have myfxbook, please be sure to share your results for other forum users. Thanks!

  • Tony - Posts: 45+
    November 18, 2012
    Reply #27

    On a more serious note, I wonders why Clickbank continue to let people use them for forex EAs – they must get a high % of refunds – maybe more than other items….

  • Darin - Posts: 1
    November 16, 2012
    Reply #28

    Don’t bother with this EA it lost me $125 in two days and kept on losing. I got a full refund.

    • Tony - Posts: 45+
      November 18, 2012
      Reply #29

      With a photo of a girl in a strappy top making full use of her, ahem, figure………. got to be a scam!!! Seems the forex scammer gang are now using sex to sell EA’s (like the rest of the advertising industry)…. :-) I suppose the Business Model of the scammers is that they know a % of the punters will never try to get a refund…

  • Good - Posts: 1
    November 16, 2012
    Reply #30

    can some one tell me whether the real time EA really works before i purchase it. because am fed up with forex Robots, they have all brow my money.

    • Jonny - Posts: 70+
      November 16, 2012
      Reply #31

      I looked at their past signals and closed orders. Not impressive whatsoever.

      • Darin - Posts: 1
        November 17, 2012
        Reply #32

        no it doesn’t work

    • Lewis - Posts: 5+
      November 17, 2012
      Reply #33

      It’s worthless – and I’d call it an outright scam. Keep your money. If you really want to make money, don’t use robots… well, all except one that seems to actually work, but it’s $329 …

      • Trader78 - Posts: 1
        November 18, 2012
        Reply #34

        Hi Lewis, what ea Are you talking about when you said $+300?

        • Lewis - Posts: 5+
          November 19, 2012
          Reply #35

          It’s called “Forex Hacked” and here’s the link: http://www.forexhacked.com/download.html – I don’t make any money off this, but I know of 3 people using it, and all three love it. If I had the money for the Pro version, I’d buy it.

          • Ahmet - Posts: 5+
            November 27, 2012
            #36

            If i buy only the $169.99, one not the pro version, does it also work ? i mean basic forex hacked ?

          • Joe Stevens - Posts: 70+
            November 27, 2012
            #37

            Yes the original is still just as profitable as it always was.

        • Lewis - Posts: 5+
          November 19, 2012
          Reply #38

          If you try it, let me know what you think. If I can come up with the money, I’m going to try it myself. Right now I’ve lost so much with the scammers that my account itself is less than a thousand dollars… which isn’t much to work with.

  • Conrad - Posts: 5+
    November 15, 2012
    Reply #39

    Hello! Got my first signals from “Lauren Anderson” Anyway there are 3 new Signals, even in my MT4 and 9 Emails reporting older Trades and the new Signals. First Trade GBPCAD closed in Lost -7 Pips, 1 Pendig order was deleted, 1 Order GBPCAD is set as a Short Pendig Order. Reports of older Signals: 1 Trade GBPCAD closed in Profit 29 Pips. 1 Trade EURUSD closed in Lost -10 Pips, 1 Trade AUDUSD closed in Profit 26 Pips. To be continued…

  • Conrad - Posts: 5+
    November 14, 2012
    Reply #40

    Hello, i have the same problem as a couple of you guys. There was a problem with firefox and IE anyway. They told me to try google crome newest version without any AddOns. And it works! I´ve entered the member section, put in my MT4 Account number and download the software. Installed it in my MT4 and it works. So easy. I cannot say how a quality the signals have, because I have installed the software quite today. Up to now, however, the connection is stable.

  • Marian - Posts: 1
    November 13, 2012
    Reply #41

    Why do people continue to fall for these cheap sales pitches? Stop believing “hope sellers”. There’s no automatic money making machine available anywhere. Successful trading requires hard work, just like anything else in this world. Don’t get fooled by well dressed autoproclaimed gurus or she-gurus :)

    • Jonny - Posts: 70+
      November 13, 2012
      Reply #42

      Initially yes. But I programmed my own EA. EA and automatic trading is not the problem. Those being sold are.

      • Marian - Posts: 1
        November 15, 2012
        Reply #43

        I agree, Jonny, the truth is an EA has to be constantly tweaked to adjust to changing market conditions. No bought EA will work, a custom coded one might if you know the ins and outs of it and adjust it frequently.

      • wolf - Posts: 1
        November 19, 2012
        Reply #44

        Hi Conrad
        congratulation if xou have your own EA running profitably.
        I will stop now buying these scams and look for some real insiders who are not earning money by selling crap.
        Would it be possible to share your knowlede with me?
        tahnks in advance wolfgschiller@web.de

        • lewisfulkerson - Posts: 5+
          November 19, 2012
          Reply #45

          Ditto on that. I’d like to see it too! I’ve tried more of the garbage ones than you can shake a stick at! Would love to sample a good one.

    • Lewis - Posts: 5+
      November 13, 2012
      Reply #46

      I’ve already requested a refund from PayPal and Clickbank because I’ve never been able to download the software or log in to the site. I’ve contacted them twice and can’t get an answer out of them. I think the girl in the video is actually using a fake name, and that I’ve seen her in other commercials. As for the guy who wonders why we keep falling for “robots”, the truth is, I listened to the message again, and they never say it’s a robot, so I didn’t know. I thought it was just a good form of Forex indicators and was willing to give them a try. Got duped and decided to stick with my “Decision Bar” software – because it’s good software and seems to work for me. I lost interest in robots almost a year ago… and will never use one, no matter how well it tests for someone else.

      • Ahmet - Posts: 5+
        November 27, 2012
        Reply #47

        The girl in the video also plays in another product’s promo video in the “internet marketing” niche. And there her name is jessica. She is only a paid actress. :)

  • Hans - Posts: 1
    November 13, 2012
    Reply #48

    This EA is pure crap and scam. After purchase I come to log in site and got error message. When I send message to support about it they answer there is some other product. Unbelivable….

  • Joe - Posts: 1
    November 12, 2012
    Reply #49

    It’s a good sales pitch… But, what made me wonder was that the Trust Guard icons on the site are fake. They never registered with Trust Guard…

  • FXCSI - Posts: 1
    November 12, 2012
    Reply #50

    Is the girl “Jessica” looks familiar ;) http://clickcashcommissionsscam.com/ Of course, this may not tell about the product, but why need to use someone name Jessica as Lauren Anderson ?

    • Joe Stevens - Posts: 70+
      November 12, 2012
      Reply #51

      Hahaha good find!

    • Jonny - Posts: 70+
      November 12, 2012
      Reply #52

      Ya, good one. She is an actor like ForexAutoPilot creator. And FAPTurbo guys.

    • Jacque - Posts: 5+
      November 15, 2012
      Reply #53

      Good catch. She never is on the seminar, always some guy who is new to using this EA gives the seminar. He cannot answer even some of the most basic questions. One of her “upsells” is the Accelerator Robot which is supposed to use a faster server when executing your trades for you. But, after you purchase the “automated robot” they inform you that “there is no ROBOT as promised”. So, instead, they allow you to download some old indicators that are available free on other websites. The sad thing is that her support people have not “read” their own sales literature. It’s like they hired someone else to write their promotion page who just makes things up, concerning what you will receive. Their tech support runs out of the (seminar) room if you ask them a question that they don’t know the answer to. Then you never hear from them again…. They just avoid questions that they don’t know the answer to and “never” get back to you. They sort of just “hide” in silence. This is no surprise to other traders who have dealt with these people before.

  • Emm - Posts: 1
    November 12, 2012
    Reply #54

    Should have noted that I also received a pending Sell NZD/USD from them about 4 hours ago from the time of this post.

    • jonny - Posts: 70+
      November 12, 2012
      Reply #55

      The closed trades are not impressive either!

  • Emm - Posts: 1
    November 12, 2012
    Reply #56

    Hello everyone. First post here. I am very skeptical about this and every other EA I have first demoed. As you’ve all been given links already to their myfxbook account you can see it’s not very impressive. I bought the basic EA knowing I’m covered by clikbank if it’s not all it claims to be. Why I decided to post was because there seems to be a lot who can’t connect to their account. I was connected immediately upon market opening today. What does your Journal tab tell you once you attach the EA to a chart? If there is a problem, that is where you will find out. I have not seen any posts declaring what the error is. Anyway…we’ll see how it performs over the next month or so.

    • jonny - Posts: 70+
      November 12, 2012
      Reply #57

      People are saying the vendor keep closing the refund request! They had to keep reopening it to escalate to Clickbank. We’ll see at what point refund is issued. I’ll report my findings.

      • jonny - Posts: 70+
        November 13, 2012
        Reply #58

        People are finally getting refunds but only after reopening the ticket 2-3 times!

  • Jonny - Posts: 70+
    November 11, 2012
    Reply #59

    And so far, not very impressive. This is their account. Nothing is verified.
    http://www.myfxbook.com/members/RealTimeEA/real-time-ea/421491

  • jonny - Posts: 70+
    November 11, 2012
    Reply #60

    Too many reports of login errors and zero technical support. Go to HELP on Clickbank to process a refund. PayPal has nothing to do with your purchase!

  • Ronald - Posts: 1
    November 11, 2012
    Reply #61

    I bought this Realtime EA yesterday, mainly because Lauren delivered her sales talk quite convincing (and yes, she looks innocently cute) – besides that, there’s a 60 days money back from Clickbank, which never failed me before. I’m gonna try this EA on demo for a few weeks/one month and then get back here with an update comment. But there a few things that make me suspicious for now: the clickbank receipt mentions ‘Vendor’s site': http://www.probinarytips.com/ On there, a guy by the name of Lewis Callingham has this ProBinaryTips formula which he’s making public to only 200 people (where did we here that before?) for $77… Also, in the Realtime EA members area, they suggest to compare this ea’s trades (on your MT4) with theirs on an Alpari account: http://www.myfxbook.com/members/RealTimeEA/real-time-ea/421491 Nice gesture, if only the trades were not ‘private’… Also, compared with the gains Lauren proclaims in her sales video, this Alpari account shows ‘only’ +7,27% monthly profits (although, I would be pretty happy with a result like that, but if they have nothing to hide, why make ‘open trades’ and ‘trades history’ private so nobody can see them – or are they gonna send the login information to their members? Why not say so in the members area then?).

    So, all in all, with the Clickbank ‘safety net’ in place, I’m gonna sit back and see how this thing develops, but so far it really looks like just another scam. Maybe Clickbank pays vendors a fee for every sale they make through them, because the longer customers hesitate to ask for a refund (which takes atleast a few days to get processed anyway) they (Clickbank) make profit on the total sum of money ‘deposited’ by the thousands of customers who buy these scam product through them – if you catch my drift…

    I’ll be back :-)

    • Ronald - Posts: 1
      November 11, 2012
      Reply #62

      forgot to mention that the the Alpari account (see link in my earlier comment) is running from February 2012 ’till now and there have been 2 losing months (around -3,40%), 3 months with barely 3% profit, 2 months cashing in in like 10% and finally there’s also 2 months that made around 25% profit – so far, November scores -0,73%

      Funny detail: my Clickbank receipt states “Product: Real Time EA – First of it’s kind – Only 23 copies left!!”

      And another thing: when you watch the sales talk video of Lauren and decide to buy the basic ($47) Realtime EA, don’t be fooled into getting the optional ‘Mastermind’ and ‘Accelerator’ options in a hurry (‘last chance’… you know the old tricks…), because you’ll get plenty more opportunities to buy these options later, at the members area.

      By the way, you might also notice that this ‘Realtime EA’ is linked to FapTurbo too (I ended up at the FapTurbo site, but also the ‘Fap Turbo Expert Guide’ site – could be that the recommendation email for Reatime EA came from them, but then, why would they recommend a robot that has nothing to do with them?)…

      And finally: if she’s making like $2600 per day (video talk), why does she have to lower herself to using this kind of cheap sales tricks anyway? You know, I nearly talked myself into getting a refund from Clickbank pretty soon…

      • James - Posts: 1
        November 11, 2012
        Reply #63

        Ronald, I have to totally agree with your comment: ” if she’s making like $2600 per day (video talk), why does she have to lower herself to using this kind of cheap sales tricks anyway?

        That’s the first question I asked myself. If it hadn’t been for the ClickBank safety net, I probably wouldn’t have made the purchase.

        • jonny - Posts: 70+
          November 11, 2012
          Reply #64

          Most likely she is an actor like the “creators” of FAP &FAPTURBO.

  • Jason - Posts: 1
    November 11, 2012
    Reply #65

    I really wanted to believe this one. I still do want to. But for what it’s worth I decided to post this. I’m a photoshop artist and decided to analyze the WellsFargo screenshot on their website. Regardless of the browser you use, I’ve noticed that the 3, 5, 6, and $ in the Available Balance and Total Account Value sections are obviously not the same font used by the actual Wells Fargo website. I also noticed that in the Total rows, the first 3 digits are not lined up with the rest of the numbers. (the $12 looks like it’s floating higher than 3,448.46, and the border above the $12 has been pushed up.) Looks like some lazy photoshop work to me. Whether this says it’s a “scam” I don’t know. I still want to believe it.

  • James - Posts: 1
    November 10, 2012
    Reply #66

    Lewis, can’t agree with you there buddy. And it’s not fair to call them a scam for something that doesn’t appear to be their fault. I had their EA installed and making trades no more than 10 minutes after purchase (including the install glitch). As soon as you purchase, you get a BIG webpage with your receipt & registration code. You ALSO get email to the email address that YOU registered, from ClickBank with your registration details. If you paid by CC (i forget if that option is available), you’d still get a receipt emailed to you with your registration details. I honestly don’t know how you can’t find your members page to download your software. Check in your spam folder to see if the email didn’t end up there. Alternatively, contact them at : support@RealTime-EA.com , give them the email address you registered with and explain your situation. I’m sure they’ll sort it out for you.

    • Lewis - Posts: 5+
      November 11, 2012
      Reply #67

      I’ll give it a try, but I’m not going to hold my breath! Even if it’s not their fault, they should have been more careful with their set up and sales protocol before they ever opened for business. I’ve worked on computers for 44 years, so I know to check the spam folder, and do other things… the email NEVER ARRIVED, and I’m out $47 TWICE. If they don’t respond to my email I’m going to see if there’s more I can do – including blogging about them.

      • Ronald - Posts: 1
        November 11, 2012
        Reply #68

        Hey Lewis. Just click on the link in your clickbank receipt, which will take you to a page where you can apply for a refund – I’ve done this a few times before and never had problems getting my money back (with all the crap out there, I only buy stuff through clickbank anymore, because then I’m sure to get a swift refund when needed)…
        I hear this a lot: ‘I contacted the vendor and they don’t reply to my mails’, or ‘they refuse to give me my money back!’ And I simply don’t understand this, when all you have to do is apply for a refund from clickbank!!!

        Anyway, wish you all the best, Lewis.

    • jonny - Posts: 70+
      November 11, 2012
      Reply #69

      People are getting errors on the registration page! Stop insulting people!

      • James - Posts: 1
        November 11, 2012
        Reply #70

        Yeah, I also ran into an error registering my metatrader account, then I clicked on the “live Chat” at the bottom right of the webpage and they helped me sort it out in a couple of minutes.

        • jonny - Posts: 70+
          November 11, 2012
          Reply #71

          Not MT4! They cannot even login to member area after purchase!

    • Lewis Fulkerson - Posts: 1
      December 17, 2012
      Reply #72

      Got my refund some time back, but was just wondering if you now agree with me that this EA is really just a scam. I’ve learned to make money in Forex on my own, and I’m really happy about that. This EA was my last straw, and the kick in the pants I needed.

  • Lewis - Posts: 5+
    November 10, 2012
    Reply #73

    I just signed up to try this EA. The login said to enter your receipt number and your email address to enter. I did both and was told they could not verify my information. Also, I was never given a home site, so now I have no way of getting to the software I purchased. Personally, I think the whole thing is a scam. I’ve told PayPal that I want a refund of all the money, and I’m going to do the same at Clickbank. DO NOT buy this product… it’s a scam, as far as I’m concerned.

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