by backoffice | May 26, 2019 11:54 pm
I thought I’d take a chance on options and purchased into this service for over $1,000.00 for 12 months under the impression that returns were guaranteed to be Triples on most trades and returns would more than offset the cost of the service. He was betting on short term options expiring at the end of the week of the date of purchase. Needless to say his looses to winners ratio were high in
the losers column and the biggest hassle was waiting to be informed of upcoming trades which usually came on Mon, Tues, Wed,. which meant you had to monitor your e-mails for notices from opening to close on the exchanges. The biggest problem I had was notification of contracts that were profitable. By the time the notice came the option was already priced above the recommended buy price, so you wound up while the opposite was true on his picks that were losers. I figured I would be offered a free subscription due to the poor rate of return but they refused. They offered me 4 years for the price of one and I countered with a reasonable payment of $1,500 if they managed to make $10,000 which was more than reasonable and was more than the subscription rate. They weren’t interested. I could not recommend this service in good conscience and advise anyone thinking about it to give it more thought and save your money for something better.
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