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Leo Trader Pro 2 V2.0 | Leotraderpro 2 Scam?

This entry is reserved for our official review of Leo Trader Pro V2. 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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6 Comments
  • Miklos - Posts:
    December 20, 2011
    Reply #1

    I read finfx running MetaTrader and forex is also working on overdrive to me, the two are trading almost identical! Is it just coincidence or a pious fraud. And does the forex trading overdrive that developers can copy how much money you lost?

  • Robert - Posts:
    December 13, 2011
    Reply #2

    Just need to add I’ve been running this on a live account with an Aussie broker since 17th Nov. It has traded 23 times (once this morning still open) and only two were small losing trades so far. Not bad when you consider it’s been trading though the EURO crisis. However in reality the gain on my account is only 15% and 11% of that has been from my own trades!!
    In conclusion, 4% gain from any investment over a month beats most banks but, it has to improve a lot to be in my portfolio.

  • rich'd - Posts:
    August 6, 2011
    Reply #3

    So tell us please should we risk our had earned USD with this robot, i was just about to buy it, need your advise pple, should i or shouldn’t i, sounded good in the begining but thier finfx oyo, has stopped mainking meaningful profits, please advise, rgds

  • Martin Watson - Posts:
    May 12, 2011
    Reply #4

    I’ve had this running for three months now. Initially could not get it to trade at all then ten days ago it started to run and initially made about 20 percent gain then plummetted and my demo account is now sitting at less than half it’s starting value… not impressed! The support team have not been at all constructive , telling me to do things that I had already done and not taking any notice of my information to them.

  • Pal - Posts:
    May 4, 2011
    Reply #5

    I have a several months of experience with the product. First, the five months of claimed profits before going on sale are IMHO rigged. I will explain: the EA went on sale about Dec 18th, 2010. The EA completed five months of claimed profits with only a single 1.81 loss in all those months. After the EA went on sale an ran for the last four months it has suffered three catastrophic 300 pip losses which wiped out all the wins since the public sale. Imagine that five months before going public not real losses but magically four months of users suffering massive losses wiping out all profits since purchased.
    The last bit of evidence is that the winning trades were an aver of 350% of the size of average of all trade after going public. how can you explain that; that magically the winning trades are less than 1/3 the size of the wins before going on sale?
    I have asked twice for an explanation and the Leo Trader folks won’t respond to my request for this obvious anomally. RIGGED!

  • faisal - Posts:
    April 26, 2011
    Reply #6

    Well had it for a few days now, 3 winning trades out 3 so far on GBP/USD, (did open 2 lots each time so 6 winning trades in all) works like a scalper, quick in quick out. So far so good will see how it goes.

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