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Agora Financial Reviews
Llfetime Income Report
- Because i bought 3 suggested penny stocks and they all winning
I thought I already was enrolled in weekly wealth alert.
They charged me $2471.16 and only refunded $2358.51. This occurred within only 3 days of each posting and USD/CAD currency rate exchange was pretty much the same.
I kept writing them to explain where the $112.65 is. No reply.
Lousy website, difficulty getting logged in
I'm not having a good when I haven't heard anything
Resolved: Agora Financial and all it's related companies should be shut down and the proprietors jailed with Bernie Madoff
After I made my comment here I emailed the same comments to Agora Financial. The next day I received an email from Agora canceling my account and telling me If I was due a refund it would be issued in the next 3 to 5 business days.
I started checking on the 4th and 5th day and saw nothing. Then around the 7th day I saw a credit to my card for the full amount. Now my one year anniversary is near, the time in which they said I would automatically be renewed. I am nervously waiting to see if they do or not.
They Better not. I still get several emails a week pitching something. Once I'm past this renewal worry I'll unsubscribe to all the nonsense. They're sending an email now about how Trump is going to magically revalue gold.
I did some searching on that and it turns out they've been pitching that for a long time now. They just keep pushing out the date its supposed to happen.
And of course you need to buy something from them to get in on the profit. Geeze!!
- No stars
- Ripp off
- Do not disclose all requirements to purchase stock
- Recommendations arrive after the fact anyone can predict that
Zach Scheit Promises but Does NOT produce
Knuckman 42 Day Retirement
UPDATE: Emails and snail mail complaints to the President of Agora financial, including print outs of losses from brokerage account have gone unanswered. Only an auto response has been received.
Losses continue to mount through June and July, amounting to $16,000 year to date. I have completely stopped using the service, as I am far underwater on nearly all positions.
DO NOT SUBSCRIBE TO THIS SERVICE. YOU WILL BE SORRY IF YOU DO!
- Ripp off
- Reliability of market trading advice
Tim Sykes Weekly Fortunes Subscriptions
- Obvious intention to rip people off
- Shady people
The whole experince was a total waste of time & money
- No stars
- This company is a complete scam
No experience but if its too good to be true it IS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE
Cancellation of product
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