Welcome back! We’ve got a Forex Pro Island robot on the plate. We’re invited to “join the trading revolution.” So, what do we know about the robot?
- Fully-automated trading.
- Risk settings.
- Money management system (stop-loss and take profit features).
- Six currency pairs trading.
- Adaptive algorithm (?) behind the system.
- Multiple trading styles (?).
- Unique trend in power detection (?).
- 1H time frame trading.
- 5-10 trades during a day.
Instead of strategy and features explanations, there’s much useless info, like this. Everything’s fake.
Screenshot of “trading” results
This screenshot probably was photoshopped, because Google nor myfxbook don’t know this account.
During the presentation, you can’t find how much the robot costs. There is even no “pricing/offer” block.
Only having reached the FAQ part we’ve found the price. So, the robot costs $300.
The “get started” button shows this menu where we’re immediately required to share our data. There’s no price even here. So, if a trader didn’t find the price in the FAQ he/she would share his/her data blindly.
The robot costs in EUR. So, EUR279 is $304, not $299 as it was told.
We were warned by the name of the site “bilingtab.com”. It looks like card robbers.
Their site looks like this. So, it’s a no-name company with no “contacts” and “about”.
How about refunding, you may think? So, the devs said kinda “we will find a solution for you”. It sounds differently comparing to a “30-day money-back guarantee”. What does the solution mean?
Is Forex Pro Island a scammer?
- No pros
- No strategies explanations provided
- No backtests provided
- No settings explanations provided
- No money-management system explanations provided
- No 3-rd-part verified trading results provided
- Fake win-rate and the number of satisfied users
- High price as for a no-name robot
- Cheating with pricing
- No money-back-guarantee provided
- The suspicious no-name seller site
You should avoid this robot. We even are not sure it’s a robot. We’ve seen no signs that this is a robot. The devs provided no backtests and any tradings results. Everyone can easily write a presentation like that. Not a big deal. Forex Pro Island sells through a “muddy” no-name and no-contacts seller site. We wouldn’t share with them our cards intel. It looks very risky. If you still caught by that screenshot of trading results, we’d like you to ask the devs about providing a link on a 3-rd-part verified account.