Valforex – com | is a scam review | valforex is Nigerian scam artist

Valforex - com | is a scam review | valforex is Nigerian scam artist

Valforex – com | is a scam review | valforex is Nigerian scam artist

 

Valforex is a scam review.The goal of valforex.com is to trash every single product

 

ValForex.com = Scam Review Site

Dodgy Forex Scam Review sites: Valforex.com

Valforex Fake review complaint

& another one: Valforex is a Nigerian scam: Valforex Fake review Complaint

Here is another gent who was duped by them and lost money one of the forex robots they were promoting . They then told him “….we NEVER recommend or endorse those services. Readers are advised to proceed to third party sites at their own risks!” http://tomsblog-about-scammers.blogspot.com.es/2015/06/my-review-about-valforex-and-its.html

Val is also on Linked in where he gives himself the title “Chief Editor” of Valforex. He also claims to have a doctorate in medicine & surgery! and also states his goal is “to become a successful internet marketer.” He should add the following byline “by whatever underhand, snake oil salesman, shyster way possible.”

In other words he doesn’t even pretend to know anything about forex yet is making money slagging off legitimate companies.

One would imagine that he either failed after 6 years studying to be a Dr /surgeon (lets give the clown the benefit of the doubt) or he’s not a very good one. Why else would he be fronting such a sham set up. Do not be surprised if you join his list & receive an email from him telling you that you have inherited $10 million and only need to send him $5000 to process it for you!

Valforex – com | is a scam review | valforex is Nigerian scam artist

So what are they promoting instead? Wonder forex robots and binary options!

In 15 years of being involved in forex, initially as a buyer of lots of that type of nonsense, I have never yet seen a robot that I would put real money with, best advice is throw them in the bin. Get your money back or best of all don’t be tempted by all the “make 80% a month for only $99” bullshit.

It gets worse, they are then promoting binary options. Let me tell you a little, short, true story about binary options. Around 2010 when binary options first started to become popular for brokers and marketers I was approached by a firm to run a “white label” brokerage. They provide all the software and back office & I would use my name front of house & sell the idea to clients.

The investment on my part would be $30.000. The managing director of the firm told me “get in now on the ground floor EVERYBODY who opens an account with you will lose, it’s the best, no brainer business you can possibly get into,” he wasn’t kidding either. He had lots of proof of income and performance from firms who had already joined him. The average period for franchisees to get their $30k back was less than 2 months.

To this day I can still remember the look of shock on his face when I told him I wasn’t interested and as a business it was immoral. He clearly thought I was mad!

With Binary options NOBODY wins apart from the broker and the companies and websites who promote them.

I have never promoted anything I didn’t believe in and that I had not tested. I have never promoted binary options nor forex robots because in my experience everybody but the vendor loses. Some win for a while (most don’t even do that) but eventually the market pattern changes, the robot doesn’t and the account suffers a huge drawdown or complete loss.

So is Forex mentor Pro a deadly scam as claimed by our Nigerian fraudster or is it really a genuine education business, run by real traders that will teach you how to trade?

The goal of valforex.com is to trash every single product and broker out there making up lies and false accusations and then promote a select few products. These products are ones they are heavily affiliated with, own themselves, or are paid under the table to promote. Don’t believe me? Look at this from their advertising page:

Valforex – com | is a scam review | valforex is Nigerian scam artist

You can pay for them to write a positive review on a product, or even provide the review yourself for them to post. So how can we trust what they actually promote if there is a good chance they were paid to say good things about it.

Another thing to be careful about is in the actual Valforex.com reviews. If you read them, a lot of statements and accusations they make either make no sense, or are completely in-accurate full of false information. It’s like they outsource all their content to cheap Indian writers and just tell them to write bad things about all these products.

Want more proof Valforex is a scam? Try posting something even remotely positive on any of their negative reviews for any product and see if it gets approved. Trust me, it won’t. Even if you try to correct them in any of their posts that contains incorrect information, the comment will go unapproved.

All Valforex cares about is calling every product they can a scam, getting people to come to their site reading the negative review on ‘xyz’ product, then hoping these viewers be like ok this site seems trustworthy, let’s see what they recommend then. Next thing you know you’re buying one of their paid to promote products that is probably even worse than what you were originally looking at and they make money off you.

Valforex has 121 Twitter followers and virtually every day he posts a review about another forex firm and guess what? That’s a scam too! https://twitter.com/valforex of course the article then (plus adverts on the page) tell you about his recommended products from which he makes money AND he has the cheek to ask you to make a donation to help him expose yet more forex scammers, now that IS a scam.

Here is a link to a complaint made by another company about one of their fake reviews. Valforex tried to blackmail them into paying them to take down the fake review!

Valforex Fake review complaint

& another one: Valforex is a Nigerian scam: Valforex Fake review Complaint

Here is another gent who was duped by them and lost money one of the forex robots they were promoting . They then told him “….we NEVER recommend or endorse those services. Readers are advised to proceed to third party sites at their own risks!” http://tomsblog-about-scammers.blogspot.com.es/2015/06/my-review-about-valforex-and-its.html

Val is also on Linked in where he gives himself the title “Chief Editor” of Valforex. He also claims to have a doctorate in medicine & surgery! and also states his goal is “to become a successful internet marketer.” He should add the following byline “by whatever underhand, snake oil salesman, shyster way possible.”

In other words he doesn’t even pretend to know anything about forex yet is making money slagging off legitimate companies.

One would imagine that he either failed after 6 years studying to be a Dr /surgeon (lets give the clown the benefit of the doubt) or he’s not a very good one. Why else would he be fronting such a sham set up. Do not be surprised if you join his list & receive an email from him telling you that you have inherited $10 million and only need to send him $5000 to process it for you!

So what are they promoting instead? Wonder forex robots and binary options!

In 15 years of being involved in forex, initially as a buyer of lots of that type of nonsense, I have never yet seen a robot that I would put real money with, best advice is throw them in the bin. Get your money back or best of all don’t be tempted by all the “make 80% a month for only $99” bullshit.

It gets worse, they are then promoting binary options. Let me tell you a little, short, true story about binary options. Around 2010 when binary options first started to become popular for brokers and marketers I was approached by a firm to run a “white label” brokerage. They provide all the software and back office & I would use my name front of house & sell the idea to clients.

The investment on my part would be $30.000. The managing director of the firm told me “get in now on the ground floor EVERYBODY who opens an account with you will lose, it’s the best, no brainer business you can possibly get into,” he wasn’t kidding either. He had lots of proof of income and performance from firms who had already joined him. The average period for franchisees to get their $30k back was less than 2 months.

To this day I can still remember the look of shock on his face when I told him I wasn’t interested and as a business it was immoral. He clearly thought I was mad!

With Binary options NOBODY wins apart from the broker and the companies and websites who promote them.

I have never promoted anything I didn’t believe in and that I had not tested. I have never promoted binary options nor forex robots because in my experience everybody but the vendor loses. Some win for a while (most don’t even do that) but eventually the market pattern changes, the robot doesn’t and the account suffers a huge drawdown or complete loss.

So is Forex mentor Pro a deadly scam as claimed by our Nigerian fraudster or is it really a genuine education business, run by real traders that will teach you how to trade?o.com/blog/forex-mentor-pro-is-not-a-scam-heres-proof/

http://www.forexpeacearmy.com/community/threads/valforex-com-a-total-scam-your-views-please.53852/

Am new to this guys but I wondered if anyone else can shed some light on this or correct me if I’m totally wrong:

I came across an online review site called ValForex.com which seems to try and replicate the success of ForexPeaceArmy by offering a “safe haven” for people who have been scammed. BUT unlike the FPA who do a great job, I wondered if anyone can back me up here in my assessment the owner of VALFOREX.COM who is a Mr Warren Ouma?

From looking at the website, it seems that Warren Ouma has given MANY damming reviews of many legitimate companies and educators out there… BUT is VERY quick to promote MANY DUBIOUS services including binary options companies – many of whom are arguably scams themselves. It seems he is just lining his own pockets through dragging other people’s names through the mud and promoting his own very questionable services.

What is ironic is this guy, who even sells his own products, yet he has: 

  • NO trading track-record,
  • NO testimonials
  • NO broker statements to prove his skills,
  • NO any evidence of being published anywhere other than his own website (he claims to have been published via FXStreet.com)

I personally think Warren Ouma writes slanderous and defamatory reviews of others in the industry to grab attention and gain the position of “expert” while peddling his own material. This makes him a HYPOCRITE!! While he blasts well-know educators like Rob Booker for recommending his favorite broker, VALFOREX recommend and peddle brokers which have some very dodgy reputations!!

On his profile it reads: Warren Ouma is a highly regarded Trader, Author, Critique, Blockchain analyst, Investor & Coach with over 7+ years experience trading the financial markets. He currently mentors students from various parts of the word. In 2016, Warren won the Million Dollar Trader Competition, achieving an impressive 350% return. Warren regularly contributes to well known financial websites and publications including Valforex.com, Investing.com, FX Street, MoneyShow, and more

But I cannot find this guy anywhere else!! He most definitely does NOT appear on: Investing.com, FX Street, MoneyShow.

But am I being too harsh?

I have written to him floating this…but as I predicted, no response. How convenient.

http://www.forexpeacearmy.com/community/threads/valforex-com-a-total-scam-your-views-please.53852/

 

https://www.99complaints.com/valforex-com-a-fake-review-site-to-endorse-own-products-c41227

Valforex – com | is a scam review | valforex is Nigerian scam artist

A fake review site to Endorse own products

Posted: 17/09/2017 15:19:11Risecapfx

Category in Forex / Currency Trading

Valforex – com | is a scam review | valforex is Nigerian scam artist

41227_We have reminded & warned valforex (Warren & valentine ) to remove their fake reviews on our products & services, Our investigation resulted that they are a group 3 scam artist, using video testimonials from freelance websites to promote their signals & binary option products. Our lawyers are creating all necessary docs needed to file a lawsuit. The website is based in Uk, But the owner is a Nigerian scam artist. http://tomsblog-about-scammers.blogspot.in/2015/06/my-review-about-valforex-and.

We have reminded & warned valforex (Warren & valentine ) to remove their fake reviews on our products & services, Our investigation resulted that they are a group 3 scam artist, using video testimonials from freelance websites to promote their signals & binary option products. Our lawyers are creating all necessary docs needed to file a lawsuit. The website is based in Uk, But the owner is a Nigerian scam artist.

http://brokerscamalert.com/super-simple-bot-scam/

 

https://www.consumercomplaints.in/val-forex-fake-review-against-our-products-services-c1700488

Valforex – com | is a scam review | valforex is Nigerian scam artist

Val Forex — fake review against our products & services

Hi, this is about the fake review site valforex.com, they have create a fake review against our products and services, this nigerian scumbag owner asks for money for removal of comments & keeps on selling his scammed sponsored products based on binary option. We are creating a petition & draft for filing a case against this owner.

The person under redder is the owner : valentine ebuka okpala

Some more evidence here:

99complaints.com/valforex-com-b22512

tomsblog-about-scammers.blogspot.com.au/2015/06/my-review-about-valforex-and-its.html?m=1

consumercomplaints.in/val-forex-fake-review-against-our-products-services-c1700488

Valforex – com | is a scam review | valforex is Nigerian scam artist

11 Employee Reviews

  1. Helpful (1)

    “Double Scammer”

    StarStarStarStarStar
    Former Employee – Anonymous Employee
    Doesn’t Recommend
    Negative Outlook

    I worked at Valforex full-time

    Pros

    None, its all a lie

    Cons

    Scam website with all lies

    Advice to Management

    Valforex is the real scam. He calls everything under the sun a scam and to avoid, but then hes got a select few brokers and robots that are 5/5 best thing ever because he is paid to promote them. He’s basically double scamming everyone.

    https://www.consumercomplaints.in/valforex-they-put-fake-review-of-my-website-c1687200

    Valforex — they put fake review of my website

    Hey i am the ceo of invest tipster recently one of my client found a review on valforex of my website www.investtipster.com than i contact them after that they started blackmail us because his website belongs to uk and after talking to website owner they demand money to remove that fake review this kind of review can ruin business and misguide to people. Now i am going to talk my lawyer to sort out this issue so people ignore that fake review and fake reviewer website like valforex.

    Valforex Virus Scam Alert  on Oct 29, 2017

    Valforex infected my computer with a virus. Vlad is the owner of this site and associated with Russian organization. IF your browser freezes after clicking a link try to reboot before your computer files are erased. Valforex virus scam website

    Val Forex — fake review against our products & services
    Hi, this is about the fake review site valforex.com, they have create a fake review against our products and services, this nigerian scumbag owner asks for money for removal of comments & keeps on selling his scammed sponsored products based on binary option. We are creating a petition & draft for filing a case against this owner.

    Yes, Val Forex has done the same thing to many of my products. This nigerian scammer has no respect, and is simply trying to steal traffic to generate ad revenue, or push people towards automated binary options systems.

    If you email him, you won’t get any resolution.

    He will just try to blackmail you.

    Total scum.

    Valforex Virus Scam Alert‘s reply, Oct 29, 2017

    Valforex review scam infected my computer with malware. this webiste will be on the blocked list soon as it has been reported to google as a unsafe malware site.

    WWW.VALFOREX.COM IS A TOTAL SCAM – AVOID AT ALL COSTS!!

    The owner of ValForex.com trashed the reputations of many good forex products out there simply to peddle his own products (via affiliate link).

    The biggest joke is he peddles his own products yet has NO trading track-record, NO broker statements to prove his skills, and NO any evidence of being published anywhere other than his own website (he claims to have been published via FXStreet.com, The Money Show and Investing.com).

    Total lies. Don’t fall for it!!!

    scam forex review site valforex being removed from search engine due to linking malware, virus and trojen infections.

    %name Valforex   com | is a scam review | valforex is Nigerian scam artist

    Valforex trash site not worth visiting these reviews sites. They are full of virus links and provide nothing but ads malware. Don’t trust these scammers.

    %name Valforex   com | is a scam review | valforex is Nigerian scam artist

    BEWARE – they are well known spam and scam artists and I am not sure how Paypal – ShareASale and others like Forexsignals who are okay are support their racket when this is one the most blatant forms of spamming pushing out hundreds and hundreds of fake reviews on a malware infected site.

    You can see the fake reviews piling up right here in this very thread from the owners themselves. It’s unreal.

    Have a look at Trustpilot. They don’t even try and be clever about it. 30 fake reviews one after the other in a couple of hours some using the same accounts.

    https://www.99complaints.com/valforex-com-b22512

    http://tomsblog-about-scammers.blogspot.com.au/2015/06/my-review-about-valforex-…

    WWW.VALFOREX.COM IS A TOTAL SCAM – AVOID AT ALL COSTS!!

    The owner of ValForex.com trashed the reputations of many good forex products out there simply to peddle his own products (via affiliate link).

    The biggest joke is he peddles his own products yet has NO trading track-record, NO broker statements to prove his skills, and NO any evidence of being published anywhere other than his own website (he claims to have been published via FXStreet.com, The Money Show and Investing.com).

    Total lies. Don’t fall for it!!!

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