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December 17, 2016, 02:04:18 PM
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BUMP: Scam status is still UNRESOLVED.
All help is appreciated.

There was no scam taken place.

Just poor trading on your part.

Its that simple.

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December 18, 2016, 12:05:44 PM
Last edit: December 18, 2016, 12:39:56 PM by BitBerau
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BUMP: Scam status is still UNRESOLVED.
All help is appreciated.

There was no scam taken place.

Just poor trading on your part.

Its that simple.

Cheers,

MasterTrader77

You've already admitted that you have scammed me. You have told me you'll refund me if I don't make the money back.
I have paid you .77 for your "trading signals", which ended up being horrible signals, losing me money.
Now you say its all my fault because I made a small solo trade without telling you (which is not even your business).

You then admit by saying that you'll refund the money if i close the thread, which in itself is another scam attempt.

Now, when you've taken your head out of sand let me know.
You are lucky since I've been very busy.

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