Stanislaw J

It's a scam

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james rickards is a scammer, i paid for his subscription and was supposed to receive 5 ebooks included in the price. never received any ebook+the customer service does not respond - i've sent at least 3 emails to them - NO RESPONSE. it's a 100% scam
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Loss:
$70
Cons:
  • Money loss

User's recommendation: don't believe in any single word that he says - it's all a scam

Kennia Sns

Agora financial weekly wealth alert fraud

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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 with that bonus the 30 day trial had been omitted. Three weeks later I inquired whether the trial period could be extended another month to give us both a chance to generate satisfaction. I was then told there was no trial period at all. They said unless I could show them where a trial was specified they would not honor that claim.

I went back and tried to find references to that original offer but Agora had effectively scrubbed the online history to only contain later versions of the 50 minute video presentation that does not mention any trial. Email and phone discourse has been equally defiant. They also added $160 to my $2,000 charge for sales tax! Has anyone ever paid sales tax on a subscription?

I haven’t tried to verify that they even paid that to some government. After that dishonest treatment, I have actively followed all Alan Knuckman’s weekly recommendations with a modest $500 investment. He advises to sell early half of an investment when there is a modest gain, so any doubles that occur will only be on 1/2 the initial investment. In 3 months there have only been 2 that barely occurred, doing am currently suffering a $4,xxx loss in addition to the original fee.

I feel like a fool for believing the exaggerated and seemingly fraudulent claims of the promotion. In addition, Alan often claims his entry price is lower than what I (and probably all other subscribers) can achieve so his performance is more noteworthy. I have written him about these distortions but Agora always says SEC regulations prevent them from answering specific questions about my issues. And recently the feedback address of AskAlan@***.com has been disconnected so they are not allowing any feedback.

Trying to contact Agora about the WWA service yields fruitless results. I finally asked the Agora customer service who I could write to with these concerns and after some delay was given a name but in writing to that person I never get any reply. After several years of dealing with financial advisory services, Agora seems to have the most promising and convincing promotions, but the worst performing services. Now they are taking this approach of offering no trials and guaranteeing results by extending a damaging and fraudulent period of the same service.

A worthless, no cost to them provision to make things even worse. They have just completed a new merchandizing scheme called 42 Day Retirement Window where they guarantee (sic) you can turn a modest $1,000 investment $420,020 in 42 days for the $2,000 fee. Same guarantee and up front about the no refund based on the incredible claim that this is such a good deal that they can’t afford to offer the trial period. I say incredible because if it is so good they could easily offer that deal because no one would exercise that provision.

I am glad to find someplace to vent these concerns on public to see if these aren’t common concerns and get ideas on how to overcome such greedy presumptuous business practices. How can this feedback venue be made more visible.

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Reason of review:
Problems with payment
95 comments
Adara Olj

Thank you for this review. I came close to subscribing but decided to wait 48 hours before making a decision.

As their clock finished the 14 minute deadline, I did not respond. Within a half hour, I received 2 emails from Jim Rickards which was laced with all sorts of guilt tactics.

Guest

I was about to bite on his presentation. Thank you!

Guest
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Have bought in to JR videos. So far only paid for cheapest subscription.

Have yet to see what this magical type of investment (in the market) is. No names of companies no buy guidance.

Have listened to his hysterical videos that sound so well grounded and researched but when he said that global warming is a fraud is when I understood he is a fraud. Anyone stupid enough to discount global warming is not worth my time - much less my money!

Guest

very helpful, thanks.

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Guest

File a complaint with the SEC

Barbara S Mnu

A complaint with the SEC

Evian Oyw

I have a family member that has invested about $10,000 in the last month. I kept telling him it was a scam.

He wouldn't listen. He said it wasn't that much he invested. Well I found a statement and added it up! It was close to $10,000 and they actually sent him a nasty email today if he doesn't sign up for this additional newsletter he might as well take a hike.

This is after he spent all this money. That is when I went investigating.

I will be taking a lawsuit out and looking for others to join me. Please respond if you have been scammed as well by them.

Lavergne Xgw
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Hello, This is Ian Hodgson. I am an investigative reporter at Columbia Journalism.

I would be interested in hearing more about your family member's experience and whether you have heard from any other individuals with similar stories. You can reach me at ijh2108@***.edu

Herschel Jgd
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My significant other has invested over $20,000 with this company. Hence is how I have been following and getting alerts when folks post.

I told him it was a scam and he wouldn't listen. His response is it is his money and we are not married. Well funny I don't see him watching their videos and doing these video trainings in weeks.

He has lost over $80,000 from his investment and what they suggested. I hope he learned his lesson.

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Nick J Bku

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Verified Buyer

Lying thieving cowards.

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They advertise by youtube as another method, but they also trick you into subscribing to them and they make sure to guilt-trip you and make you feel regretful about canceling them, which in my opinion:

there is nothing wrong about that, if they were truly legit, they wouldn't have subtly told a naive, autistic young adult that it wouldn't be in his best interest to refuse their offers.

They also put you on a timer and tell you that if you cancel their offer: "You won't find this opportunity again."

They make it sound like your future is nothing without them, which is absolute ***

When I heard that you can reload the page and nothing happens, that is all I need to know about them.

I don't give a flying *** about what the more popular reviews say about this not being a scam.

A scam in my opinion is over-hyping *** and toying with you and other people's emotions into giving away hard-earned cash.

I thought I was genuinely gonna make some more cash even if I had to sacrifice some to earn more.

But that was never true, and I should have told Dad and researched this beforehand.

But they made sure that I didn't think of doing so, and instead, telling me to make me act immediately and pressing the button, and without too many questions.

Whether their intentions are legit or not (not really.), nothing justifies manipulating innocents into doing things that they had no clue what they were getting themselves into.

I understand how investments work, but this crossed some lines.

I thought I was only gonna give away the intended amount, but NOT all of it.

Ray Blanco and Agora Financials, in my opinion, are financial vampires.

They are good at sucking everything you worked hard to earn, and that is all these cowards are ever good at.

Their emails giving you sympathetic stories and their promises that you'll be their top priority on their list? forget about it.

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Loss:
$750
Pros:
  • Claims of offers into teaching you investments amd tech stocks
  • Information on 5g killer and huge technology stocks
Cons:
  • Stealing more than they said
  • Misleading and cancel subscription shaming
  • False sympathetic stories that make you trust them

Preferred solution: Full refund

User's recommendation: Don't trust their advertisements, no in fact, don't trust any ads for that matter, no matter where it comes from, don't trust anyone online.

1 comment
Guest

Agora Financial has consented to issue refunds to all who purchased their deceptive "Congressional Checks" or "Republican Checks" product. There's a deadline for filing.

Follow this link! https://www.ftc.gov/enforcement/cases-proceedings/refunds/refunds-ftc-v-agora-financial

Elizabeth D Xcd

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Verified Reviewer

Scammed by Agoda

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Agoda have charged me for a booking which was cancelled in February (with free cancellation). I have spent the last week sending numerous emails and several phone calls in order to resolve the issue.

However each communication is responded to by a different agent with me having to repeat over and over all the details but getting nowhere!. I'm therefore going round and round in circles but have got nowhere. Initially Agoda denied taking the money, then the excuse that my email address differs from my original one, now the latest one is that I had made TWO bookings for the same hotel, the same dates and strangely the same fee! They have now produced a second fictitious booking reference to back their claim.

Dealing with Agoda's Customer Service has been one of the most stressful experiences I've encountered.

I now feel beaten and demoralised by this experience and have to admit defeat. I had paid by credit card and have passed the matter over to them.

I would strongly urge against anybody using Agoda for online bookings.

From my dealings with their Customer Service they seem well practised in successfully evading dealing with unauthorised amounts charged until the customer is so ground down that they will give up. The stress caused from dealing with them is not worth it!

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Loss:
$111
Cons:
  • Unauthorised charge
  • Theives

Preferred solution: Full refund

User's recommendation: Please do not use Agoda - it's not worth the stress!

1 comment
Guest

This is a review page for Agora not Agoda.

Michael S Bjf

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Deceptive Service

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Updated by user Jun 03, 2020

Attached is new screen shot where they require updated $$$$ membership that was included before.

Original review Jun 03, 2020
Entice with $49.99 lead into $99.00 only to to get partial service unless one upgrades to the $2000.00 + memberships. Agora has been around for years stealing from people. They are evil.
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Loss:
$99
Pros:
  • Ripp off
Cons:
  • Obvious intention to rip people off
  • Bate and switch

Preferred solution: Full refund

User's recommendation: Run Run Run

Vladimir A

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Verified Reviewer

Not as described service.

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Not as described service. How can you promise, charge money and not deliver! This guy claims being in charge of CIA "Top Secret" elite group from which Project Prophesy was created and this made me subscribe to his service as this should be something worth looking into(looked credible from all his experience and reputation). For 6 months, i used the information and the exact instructions provided by Jim Richards to play the options. All i got in the 6 months period is a lost of thousands of dollars and not what i was promised when subscribed ($15,760.... in less than two weeks). How in the world such a reputable person with background in CIA and the AI platform couldn`t predict one correct stock move? This is because all his advertisement is a lie, he was not part of such a secret project with CIA and he does not have the AI he is talking about.
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Loss:
$11000

Preferred solution: Full refund

1 comment
Jode Ebi

I RECEIVE APPROXIMATELY 200 EMAILS DAILY WITH OVER 90 PER CENT FROM FIRMS IN THE FINANCIAL NEWSLETTER INDUSTRY. AS AN OBSERVER OF THIS SEGMENT OF THE PUBLISHING INDUSTRY SINCE 1960 I CAN WITHOUT HESITATION ASSURE YOU THAT THE INCREDIBLE GROWTH OF AGORA IS DIRECTLY THE RESULT OF THE AMAZING TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS OF THE LAST 25 YEARS CULMINATING WITH THE INTERNET AS THE MAGICAL PLATFORM ENABLING THE AGORA TO APPROACH BILLION DOLLAR STATUS.

AND CREATING FOREVER MORE . ".LET THE BUYER BEWARE"

Anonymous
map-marker Rockaway Park, New York

Cancel my subscription

Never received what was advertised. Please refund my $99. Joseph McLaughlin. Betjoe16@***.com/ Betjoe16@***.com
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Anonymous

Agora Financial Weekly Wealth Alert

Oh boy where do I start? I signed up with Agora Financial Weekly Wealth Alert with Alan Knuckman in the middle of January of 2018 it cost me 2000.

for a one year. My first option trade was with AAPL which I lost all of 4,000. next was with FCX which again I lost my last 5,000. Please take this word of advice this company is a SCAM!

Once they have your money you will never hear from them again. I've tried calling, emailing them so many times with no reply. They suppose to have given me advice when to sell or hold or make my next move, but never heard from them again after this. This company is a scam and anyone that has made money with these people are probably related.

If I could give any advice it would be take your money throw it out the window and hope that a bird flies by and craps on it so you could sell it for fertilizer you would make more money this way than to be with Agora Financial! Dan Nelson

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Reason of review:
Poor customer service
3 comments
Guest

I was about to subscribe for the Weekly Wealth Alert.... Thanks for your advice, I won't waste my hard earned money!!

Guest

Just concerned about investing in anything that sounds too good to be true.

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My experience too

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Giovany Yva

Lost money, time and self confidence with Ral Blanco ad Agora Financial

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Updated by user Nov 01, 2019

that was $7,000. not $7

Original review Nov 01, 2019
Its all about the next BIG BEST DEAL OF A LIFETIME. BS the hype involved in these videos promising the moon gets you all excited and the guarantee is laughable. You are guaranteed another year of the same BS and endless videos with an occassional good tip that might make you a small profit. Meanwhile you lose all spent in fees and these fellows laugh all the way to the bank. Try buying snake oil instead! ( rating of NO stars should be offered)
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Loss:
$7
Cons:
  • Always must buy another level
  • Being scammed and made a fool of
  • Fraud
Reason of review:
Return, Exchange or Cancellation Policy

Preferred solution: Full refund

3 comments
Guest

I have to agree with this review to a certasin degree. They are salesmen and do not really care about helping the little guy.

Lavergne Xgw

Hi, This is Ian Hodgson. I am an investigative reporter at the Columbia Journalism School.

I would love to hear more about your experience.

You can reach me at ijh2108@***.edu. Thank you, Ian

Giovany Yva
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will email

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George A Eog

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Verified Reviewer

Beware

Want to cancel my subscription and get a refund George Adams daddo2000@***.com Not interested anymore
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Loss:
$49
Reason of review:
Not as described/ advertised

Preferred solution: Full refund

Earl A Vey

I cancelled but still got charged

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Been a rough year, medically speaking, so having to stop all my discretionary spending. I called Jim Ricards site at least 1 1/2 weeks ago, 855-275-****, and cancelled out my account. Was very quick and easy. But, someone failed to make the delete change, and now I'll have to spend more time getting my money back. Hope Angora will fix this for me. From now on, I'll always cancel first of the week, and recall the end of that week to make sure it's a done deal.
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Loss:
$50
Pros:
  • Sales video good
  • Sales video
Reason of review:
Return, Exchange or Cancellation Policy

Preferred solution: Full refund

Anonymous
map-marker Kosciusko, Mississippi

Beware: Tone-deaf marketing

I've been a content customer of Agora for multiple years and share my experience with others. Then today, Agora sends me this offensive, tone-deaf marketing email: Subject: *Customer's name here* I'm dumping you, *Customer's name here* if you wont take a few minutes out of your day to read my Publishers message Then maybe we shouldnt do business together. Listen, my Publisher went out on a limb to get YOU this information *customer's name here*. ... And if you dont care enough to look it over I dont see why youre subscribed to our services at all.
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Guest

Since the FTC has put the kibosh on their outbound marketing, they may now have to squeeze more out of their *** subscriber list. https://www.ftc.gov/enforcement/cases-proceedings/182-****/agora-financial-llc

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Jack B Qtl

Resolved: Agora Financial and all it's related companies should be shut down and the proprietors jailed with Bernie Madoff

Updated by user Jul 16, 2019

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!!

Original review Jun 13, 2019
Bottom line is I think they're a fraud. And must have found all the loopholes to slip through or they'd be in exile if not jail. Rather than simply succumbing to their pitch I wish I had first done some due diligence via an internet search on Tim Sykes and Agora Financial. WOW there are a lot of people who believe as I do that they are a Scam. Out here in California being 3 hours behind the east coast you'd think I'd get my text/email tips earlier than noon. Like many other complaints I have read by the time I receive the buy alert and immediately looking up the recommendation the price of the stocks have consistently already passed the price limit that Tim recommended. This Past Monday June 10, 2019 I received Tim’s text with a new recommendation. Now Monday’s texts are recommendations of what to do about Fridays Text recommendation. The big problem for me with this one. I Never Received a Text Friday June 7, 2019. Furthermore Since Tim (or his minion) stopped sending both email and text I’ve never been able to get the text link to allow me to login. I send in the I forgot user name and the system sends me my username. I then send I forgot password and I have never gotten a response from the system. Since day one this has always been the case with the text notification. Emails I could click the link and see the recommendations no problem. I don’t know why the email stopped. Another of the tactics that leads me to believe they’re a CON ARTIST Slipping thru the cracks is their incessant email to give them more of my hard earned money. I subscribed on July 27, 2018. On July 29, 2018 I received an email selling an upgrade to a lifetime membership for the discounted price of $1,995. But this low price is only open for the next 72 hours. When the time runs out I’ll likely never see an opportunity like this again. They are great at choosing their words where nothing is an absolute. For me the 72 hours was nothing but a load of bull since I received essentially the same email at least 51 times thru the end of November 2018. Just a bit more than 72 hours. My thinking was if I can actually make the money Tim eludes I could make, paying full price the next year wouldn’t be a big deal. But that isn’t even possible when the recommendation arrive after the fact. Its comical when you compare Tim’s recommendations to the phrase “If Hindsight was foresight we’d all be millionaire’s”. All his recommendations appear to be hindsight. Not to mention all the other email that come under Tim’s banner and other prognosticators telling you This and that and the other thing. But of course no details unless we give more money. And if course there’s all the emails that “Jim Rickards; could be his last email” Oh my god the pressure. It’s very unlikely to me that they could produce a measurable number of subscribers that actually made any significant profits. I doubt very seriously that the high massive computer program he says he paid for to mine meta data to find these unique buy opportunities even exists. I think what does exists is a machine that has perfected the snake oil scam, scamming hard workers trying to get a little help with their retirement nest egg. To no avail. I wouldn’t be surprised if they took in more cash on this ‘publishing’ deal than they do profits on their own hyperbole. I have received absolutely no value from this relationship. I wish they could be shutdown and fined into poverty.
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Loss:
$2995
Pros:
  • Ripp off
  • No stars
Cons:
  • Do not disclose all requirements to purchase stock
  • Recommendations arrive after the fact anyone can predict that
Reason of review:
Not as described/ advertised

Preferred solution: Full refund

Anonymous

Total scam

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I bought a pricey subscription because they claimed they had superior stock suggestions. All I get are email commercials with absolutely ZERO stock names.

They NEVER tell you the names of the companies you should invest in. They only tell you that biotech will surge or marijuana is going to be hot this year.

They then tell you “for $1299 you can get our 200 page book explaining everything”...BUT I ALREADY PAID $500!...Avoid! THEY NEVER TELL YOU ANYTHING...they simple send you infomercials trying to get you to spend more...A LOT MORE!

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Reason of review:
Bad quality
4 comments
AgoraFinancial

Hello, thanks for the feedback. Our goal is to deliver top-notch financial advice to help you secure your financial independence so you can live the life you deserve.

Our publications offer investment strategies for all walks of life no matter your interests.

Our apologies for falling short of your expectations. If there is anything we can do, to better serve you please contact us at 1-800-796-1871 or email clientrelations@agorafinancial.com -Agora Financial Client Relations

Ardyn Kvr

I'm still hoping for some money back from the Pousa scam from 2012. So Rickards is from the CIA..... Well in my book, the CIA is on the same footing as child molesters, rapist and murderers...Why should they care....9/11 was a Inside Job.....

Tensley Urk

The consumers complaints reflect my experience as well. Everything is a hook to get you to spend more and more.

And they sell your info to other 'affiliated' companies. Soon you are inundated.

Guest
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What about the millionaire buyout club is that a scam also?

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Craig U

"Lifetime" Subscriptions That Are Neither Lifetime Nor Refundable

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In October 2017, less than 2 years ago, I paid Agora $3,000 for a lifetime subscription to Rickard's Gold Speculator, a weekly publication related to investing in small gold miners. I was pleased with it.

Recently, this newsletter was discontinued and Agora Financial unilaterally substituted another publication, Jim Rickard's Project Prophecy, often which appear to be pitches for yet other products sold by Agora and usually has little to do with gold or miners when an occasional recommendation is made.

Then, just "coincidentally", Agora's subsidiary Stansberry Research recently initiated what appears to be a quite identical gold mining stock service, Gold Stock Analyst with John Doody.

On August 27, 2019, I spoke to "John", a senior account specialist at Agora about this.

I inquired into whether there was a substitute publication available specifically for gold mining stocks but he indicated there wasn't.

When I inquired about getting switched into the Gold Stock Analyst service, he indicated that wasn't possible. When I inquired about a full or even partial refund of the $3,000, John said it wasn't refundable.

So, in less than 2 years, Agora discontinues a "lifetime" gold mining publication, has no substitute, won't provide a full or partial refund of a lifetime subscription to it, then initiates an almost identical gold stock advisory service service through it's sister publication Stansberry.

This type of behavior by a financial service is, in my opinion, highly unethical if not illegal.

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Loss:
$3000
Cons:
  • Deceptive business practices
Reason of review:
Problem with delivery

Preferred solution: Full refund

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Greg Srb
map-marker Waterbury, Connecticut

Resolved: SCAM (Former employee)

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Hey everyone! Run away as fast as you can with this scamming company.

Immediately. This is coming from a FORMER employee. Now I have worked at Agora Financial for some time and let me tell you, they scam older people out of their money by telling LIES. IT IS ALL LIES.

ALL OF THEIR PUBLICATIONS WILL MAKE YOU LOSE MONEY. Do not believe their order forms. Most of the stuff you are promised, you will not receive. They force employees to lie to customers in order to gain revenue.

After reviewing the procedure at this company, I decided to run away fast. It is a scam. Please do not be fooled and please do not be tricked by these men.

Trust all of the bad reviews. This is just a post to let people know what is really going on.

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Work Experience or Job Application
2 comments
Guest

What part is a scam

Guest

Thank you so much for this feedback. Good day.

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