It does not meet my expectation. The results are poor. Save you money. The subscription is worthless. If you can access the portfolio of closed trades, you will find out you can do better yourself by flipping a coin on the options with high open interests and high...
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#1121690 Review #1121690 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Product
Agora Financial Weekly Wealth Alert Subscription
Reason of review
Bad quality
2.3
Details
I had signed on for the subscription last year because of Jim Rickards' expertise in the finance dept. and great advertising. Though not forced to buy anything he and his internet marketing partner ( can't recall his name ) always had a "Limited-time opportunity" to...
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#1120294 Review #1120294 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Baltimore, Maryland
Product
Agora Financial Weekly Wealth Alert Subscription
Pros
  • David stockmans free blog contra corner
Cons
  • Upsells promise riches with ur stock picks and high price
Reason of review
Bad quality
Loss
$100
1.9
Details
Three weeks ago, after deciding this was a total bust and I was no longer trading his recommendations, I send an email requesting the auto renewal be removed.I've sent four more emails asking for them to respond to me and to remove the auto renewal. Fortunately I have...
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Anonymous
#1409795

When you run a sacam like this you need 1. a person with am exaggerated payment for the servicrs proviede.

The first answer> Doctors they will charge you $10,000 for a one hour operation. So Agors just inflates the buy in and keeps a lot of the money. Drs and pro-athletes are trhe best targets for these kinds of scams. They already have an inflated idea of what an bhours worth of works is valued ($10,000) so they are easier to hok because they know the short cut.

But its a short cut off the bridge & into the water and YOU drown SCam rule1 have you ever met ANYONE who did this with a profit. The answer is no but rs & pro-athltes are smarter than a guy like ,me ( an MBA from Carnegie Mtop20 MBA in tbhe country. I can see this 100 miles away. The gambling mentality appears.

so if you ared smarter & luckier than the guys runing this scam you will end up broke! AND will NOT tell a soul because its so embarrassing That is thhe perfect storm

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#1114040 Review #1114040 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Product
Agora Financial Weekly Wealth Alert Subscription
Reason of review
Bad quality
Loss
$2500
Preferred solution
Let the company propose a solution
1.7
Details
Originally subscribed to WWA for $2,000 with guarantee of 20 doubles in first year or second year free and 30 day trial provision .After some delays I received confirmation with notice that I had been awarded the second year implicitly as a bonus. I didn’t notice that...
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Harry Rollins
#1779908
Financial Expert
According to the Agora Financial reviews on PissedConsumer.com, the company currently has 1.6 out of 5 stars. The rating presented here is based on the feedback offered by customers in 190 different Agora Financial reviews.


The PissedConsumer statistics also indicate that a majority of reviews are 1-star (137 out of 190 reviews) and 2-star (31 out of 190 reviews) with only 4 reviews being 5-star ones. Customers are not satisfied with misleading advertisements, wrongful billing, difficulties canceling subscriptions, and failure to refund on some subscriptions. However, customers like unbiased information and simple investment strategies.

According to the Agora Financial FAQ section, most of the subscriptions are non-refundable. You may find more information about the Agora Financial refund policy in the 'Top 7 Consumer Questions to Agora Financial Customer Support' article.

You may send your comments regarding the Agora Financial services and payment issues to the company headquarters: Agora Financial 808 St. Paul St. Baltimore, Maryland 21202 United States.

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#1111682 Review #1111682 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Product
Agora Financial Weekly Wealth Alert Subscription
Reason of review
Problems with payment
1.0
Details
your WPI indicator does not work at all.So far you recomended 4 stock. on the webinar you said , stock will spike on average 350% . so far none of the recommended stock spike even 10%.i just want my money back. Also do not say patent pending. its all BS your WPI...
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Anonymous
#1634157

I don't think it's just the wpi indicator. I bought in to the weekend fortunes.

Advertisement says "every week" they will give out a hot stock tip for the weekend. After they have your money, they come a little clean and say it's not really every weekend. To date, I have turned a profit on 1 stock tip. made $20 on the purchase of 50 shares.

Really hesitant to want to think about buying into another program. So far, the only ones I see making money is Agora financial.

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#1083625 Review #1083625 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Baltimore, Maryland
Product
Agora Financial Weekly Wealth Alert Subscription
Pros
  • Ripp off
Cons
  • Deceptive practices
  • Poor customer service
Reason of review
Return, Exchange or Cancellation Policy
Loss
$3000
Preferred solution
Full refund
2.0
Details
Outside of fabulous marketing (I'm an "expert" and still got roped in), I can't say anything positive about this service.It has delivered 100% LOSSES since I've joined. NOTE: I'll happily retract this statement if this turns out to be a bump in the road. But claims of...
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4 comments
Anonymous
#1414532

Agora is a SCAM!! Years ago I followed their recommendations on Penny Stocks and lost a tremendous amount of money. I can't imagine why the whole company is not shut down, and the principals of the company not in Jail!!

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#1080485 Review #1080485 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Baltimore, Maryland
Product
Agora Financial Weekly Wealth Alert Subscription
Reason of review
Bad quality
Loss
$1000
Preferred solution
Let the company propose a solution
1.0
Details
Agora Financial -  Weekly Wealth Alert " Scam / Refund requested
Agora Financial -  Weekly Wealth Alert " Scam / Refund requested
They had an online webinar regarding Weekly Wealth Alert about stock. They said its about Stocks, I mean they send me email alert about buy stocks. But its not about stock , its about OPTIONS TRADING . If I knew its about option trading I never paid for that service....
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Anonymous
#1611101

I didn't attend a webinar, but I just (12/11/2018) finished reading their pitch and wanted to see what I could find in the way of reviews ... primarily to get info re: win rate (which they didn't mention in the pitch, not a good sign, but not unusual) and does the indicator reveal whether the stock is expected to go up (lots of people are buying calls) or down (lots of people are buying puts).

Buyer beware, the old saying goes. In the pitch (perhaps as a result of your complaint and/or others) they made it clear that they were using options (they even showed a list of call options, as an example), and mentioned that [lower] gains could (often or usually, I think, I don't recall what they said about frequency, exactly) be made by buying and selling the stock. But that's riskier than buying call or put options, since the outlay of $$ up front is much bigger, and the money risked with a call or put purchase is limited to that cost, whereas stock can potentially go to zero (or down 50% or more, very fast).

In the pitch I read, they also pointed out that the subscription payment was not refundable. Hence, I'm looking for info to fill in the holes.

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#1075903 Review #1075903 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Baltimore, Maryland
Product
Agora Financial Weekly Wealth Alert Subscription
Pros
  • Ripp off
  • Weekly wealth alert
Cons
  • Rip off
Reason of review
Not as described/ advertised
Loss
$3000
Preferred solution
Full refund