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Pips Chaos Real User Reviews | PipsChaos

This ForexFBI forex trading entry is reserved for our official review of Pips Chaos. 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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16 Comments
  • ABDOOL - Posts:
    May 13, 2014
    Reply#1

    I for one never got my hard earned money from either pips chaos nor plymouth the front company collecting the money for pips chaos.they are all cons and robbers and never reply nor accept any mails. they are really crooks operating to pick innocent people and collect money for their own good.

  • Glen - Posts:
    October 6, 2011
    Reply#2

    Same problem as Steven Dalos. I was invoiced for this when I had not ordered it. In fact, I had been trying to get my money back from some other crappy EA, presumably from the same company – the “support” link for that product put me onto a sales page which I closed immediately. I was subsequently invoiced. Definitely a scam. I agree with negative comments about Plimus – I would never intentionally have any dealings with them again.

  • GILBERT - Posts:
    September 1, 2011
    Reply#3

    yes sure PLIMUS they are very very smart i did order pipes multiplier then all fine but when i did received my credit card statement uhuhhuhuhu i did see they did charged me 4 times so did request all refund or they did in instant but did take 2 days for my bank too honoured so do we should trust PLIMUS
    THANKS ANYWHERE

  • Tommy - Posts:
    August 5, 2011
    Reply#4

    This is a total scam. I reported my credit card as stollen then called the customer service number on the Primus website and got my refund. These people are real hackers and crooks. Now they have a debt collection agency calling me. Thank GOD I have lifelock.

  • P COLIN - Posts:
    August 2, 2011
    Reply#5

    HOW CAN I GET MY MONEY BACK FROM PIP CHAOS SCAM? PLEASE HELP

    • Jonny - Posts:
      August 2, 2011
      Reply#6

      Go to Plimus and initiate a refund process. Plimus never replies… it gets routed to the vendor then the endless runaround starts. You keep at it, keep sending the refund request right back to Plimus. And report your CC stolen during this process. If you don’t get the refund, at least the scums won’t be able to keep charging your card. If you do get the refund, your credit card company will rout the refund to your newly issued credit card since whenever you report your CC lost or stolen, your previous account# is attached and linked to your newly issued one. OK? Don’t give up… we all have had one bad experience with Plimus, that’s why we go around forums and say stuff about Plimus. Make no mistake, they are crooks.

    • Raulin - Posts:
      August 5, 2011
      Reply#7

      Hi

      To get your money back you need to get the receipt you got from them and within the same receipt look for the refund link and fill it in with your purchase receipt number and your email address and send it to them.

      Good luck

  • Standon - Posts:
    July 31, 2011
    Reply#8

    I too have fallen victim to this scam. I signed up for Pips Chaos for $149 which guaranteed (almost) success with every trade and having done that was duped into committing myself to $97 a month to guarantee 100% wins. The first $97 was taken immediately (even if this was on a 60 day trial). I have asked for my money back but i see from the above comments that it’s going to be a slog. I have told my credit card company not to honor any more payments to them and I hope it works.

    There is another problem. By signing up for the ‘overdrive’ monthly subscription you are encouraged to join their ’round table’ forum which at first you think is a free part of this service but i f`ct, you are tricked into parting with another $497 thus

    Download your *risk-free* trial of the Pips Chaos Roundtable
    right NOW*:

    –> http://www.getresponse.com/click.html?x=a62b&lc=xSPG&mc=BK&s=MaHmf&y=z&

    Many Thanks
    PipsChaos Support

    * By clicking the link above you’ll automatically be charged
    $497, the cost of the Roundtable service.
    Tom Harris, 1431 Gladwell Street, Longview, Texas 75601, United States

    Luckily I did not do this, but this is a clear case of CAVEAT EMPTOR

    • Jonny - Posts:
      August 2, 2011
      Reply#9

      This is what crooks do… why is Plimus still in business? I still scratch my head at this one.

    • Lakesha - Posts:
      January 14, 2012
      Reply#10

      You\’ve imprsesed us all with that posting!

  • Steven Dalos - Posts:
    July 30, 2011
    Reply#11

    I just received an email from sales@plimus.com stating that I had just ordered Pips Chaos, when in fact, I had not! Apparently, Plimus gave my CREDIT CARD NUMBER to Pips Chaos in order to complete their fraudulent transaction! There is no other possible explanation! I immediately notified them both of their crime and filed a complaint with my attorney general!

    • Ash - Posts:
      July 31, 2011
      Reply#12

      As with Steve’s comments, I thought I would give the $0 trial a go but was dumfounded when Plimus billed me for all there software, some $700 worth, now I have also files a complaint but be wary ordering this product until they fix things up

      • Jonny - Posts:
        August 2, 2011
        Reply#13

        That is Plimus BS and they know it… and the vendors know it. It has always worked like this. It is supposed to be a 3 day free trial. But they do the authorization charge the minute you go through that free trial link… often the free trial link has a different rate of charge than the original charge. After they do the authorization charge, three days days, of course you get the full charge on your credit card.

  • Narval - Posts:
    July 29, 2011
    Reply#14

    There is always one question in these cases. Why the hell on Earth would anybody sell an EA even for $150 or 500$ if he or she has created a robot which makes one $million a year. I think everyone should work on her/his own trading system. That system will be the perfect one, because that is Yours. You know every details of it, because You created it. You know why You put there You S/L, why You entered that trade at that price and that time. These EAs work fine for a while, but the market always changes, so we will get the 1.3.4.5.12331 version of the EA, and of course the performance of the new robot is far far away from the original one. Guys, work on Your own strategies!

  • john - Posts:
    July 26, 2011
    Reply#15

    You have a valid point Jonnyy. Pimlus do not look after the customer. I am surprised people havent bycotted them yet and forced them to . I also bypass products sold via them. refund – even when you prove a scam or things arent as upfront as they appeared to be – it is a very drawn out process. I haven’t nothing but bad to say about them. (Pimlus that is and shame on anyone selling via them also). If a product is great buyers wouldnt be putting in for a refund. Shame i wont be able to rate this product either, Maybe they will sell via citibank one day.

  • Jonny - Posts:
    July 24, 2011
    Reply#16

    Again, not even willing to try this because it is on Plimus. Don’t you just live these supposed millionaire guys who can’t even get a decent credit card processor much less get a bank operated credit card processing? They don’t even use Clickbank. I mean if it is a signal copier, they don’t need to fear decompiling at all. What they clearly fear is refunds from unhappy customers. And we all know getting a refund from Plimus is a 3 month agonizing torture. That is even if you get a refund. Sorry, supposed millionaire would not use Plimus as a CC processor.

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