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I signed up for Zach Scheidt's Income on Demand product, and paid the requisite subscription fee.

The advertising recommended that one needed at least US$20,000 to successfully invest smaller amounts in the various opportunities presented. Because I had over US$30,000 in my investment account, I believed that I was a suitable user.

The system uses options and is based on selling puts.

When I attempted to sell my first put recommended, the direct investment bank that I deal through, rejected the order and informed me that I needed to maintain at least US$50,000 in my account at all times because of the risk of having to exercise the option and buy a given stock was high.

I therefore had to cancel my subscription to Income on Demand. As per the contract, Agora withheld 10% of the subscription. Because of the misleading information regarding investment amount, Agora should refund that 10%.

Product or Service Mentioned: Agora Financial Income On Demand Subscription.

Reason of review: Not as described.

Monetary Loss: $185.

Preferred solution: Full refund.

I liked: Jim rickards impact system.

I didn't like: Misleading advertising.

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Anonymous
#1515723

After watching the video on "Income on Demand" my head was about to explode because of all the repetitious content. I was super skeptical and when I finally found out the $2,000 price tag, I backed off.

They sent me an email and tried to entice me with a lower price.

My red flags went off and common sense told me to run away from this one. It all sounded way too good to be true.

Anonymous
North Providence, Rhode Island, United States #1283230

Did you ever recoup what was lost?

maryscott333
Clarksburg, West Virginia, United States #1186259

There is a sucker born every minute.

This is what these get rich schemes count on.

Anonymous
#1170907

Thank you for posting this, I almost fell for this!

Anonymous
Biloxi, Mississippi, United States #1165852

It is correct that TD Ameritrade does not have a $50K requirement. However, the margin they offer for covering exercises is much lower than stock purchases.

Anonymous
#1156110

If you've received false information in the offer ($20k instead of requiring $50K) The credit card schemes will allow for the return of your funds through a chargeback).

Contact your bank and explain the issue. The offer misinformed and enticed you into a sale using false information that could only be discovered after the transaction. Deceptive practices.

Anonymous
Victorville, California, United States #1090394

You should use TDAmeritrade. They have no such restriction.

OxygenMind
#1074449

Agora offered, and I accepted, a free one year subscription to any of their offerings. This is most generous and I am more than satisfied with the resolution.

Anonymous
Kissimmee, Florida, United States #1050140

Did you get refunded?

Anonymous
to ***cernedInvestor #1050192

Haven't heard a word from Agora!

I have now just emailed them directly with exactly the same text requesting a refund.

Anonymous
to Anonymous Columbus, Ohio, United States #1271095

how bout now ?

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