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Thank you for reading this review. What exactly is Pipstodollars.org? Well, it’s a signal service that delivers alerts on a daily basis. This service mostly posts trade opportunities on Facebook and Twitter.
The handle for the respective pages is not provided. New users are urged to fill up a questionnaire after which they will be guided with more information on how and why they should sign up with this website.
But the question is this: does Pips to Dollars really deliver good signals or is it just empty talk? We already see that this website doesn’t provide much information as to how these signals are generated.
Pips to Dollars basically wants you to believe that for the cost of $100, you can enjoy their ”profitable” signals for one month.
However, if you want to join their trading room, then adding $50 will suffice. This will make it $150 per month. And of course the owner of this service is also offering what they call Elite package. The cost of this plan is $500 per month. There is no information about this plan because the owner claims that prospective traders should contact them to learn more about it.
So let’s look into the details of what Pips to Dollars is and whether or not it’s a good service. But you obviously know that we never recommend products/signal providers who are anonymous. The evidence is right there on the site that this service is not reliable.
”Welcome to the pips Universe where money never sleeps.” That’s the slogan of this website. They also claim that they turn pennies into dollars. We honestly do not know what they mean by saying that they convert pennies into dollars.
Anyway, these marketing declarations aren’t any important. They are meaningless if the signal vendor cannot produce proof that Pips to Dollars has what traders are looking for on the internet.
This website is not informative, so traders don’t have a way of knowing whether this service has a success record or not.
Secondly, the vendor’s name is not mentioned. There is no address or phone number. You simply have to rely on a one-way communication form to reach them.
By filling out this form, you will also be giving away your email address, which means they could use this information in the future to spam you.
The purpose is to collect email contacts. So even if you don’t convert into a paying customer, they will surely contact you in the future with other offers that seem too good to resist.
Basically, this service offers trade alerts in addition to a trading room. They also seem to be offering other trading materials on occasional basis. They include software and e-books which newbies are supposed to use to improve their trading results.
We spotted one testimonial where a user said that he read their e-book and turned $250 into $2,500 in a short time. This user was thanking the guys at Pips to Dollars for helping him secure financial freedom.
When you read this testimonial, you get the feeling that it’s fake. We will get into this shortly. For now, let’s discuss the trading performance of Pips to Dollars.
Pips to Dollars is big on claims. However, there is nothing in the way of live or past performance to verify that this service is legitimate.
They claim that they have a Facebook/Twitter page where trade signals are often published and that a trading room is also offered to those who want to watch how signals are generated in real time.
At this point, it does not take a lot of effort to figure out that the owner of this website is not being honest with traders.
You see, if they really mean that traders are praising their service, they should be able to produce evidence of at least a live trading account where these signals have been implemented since the day this service was launched.
Unfortunately, this information is not there. This confirms that these people don’t even trade for a living. Rather, they depend on selling signals to earn a living.
The danger of following signals from such people is that you will be taking financial advice from someone who is not confident enough to implement what they claim to know best. And secondly, if they are not trading on a live trading account, then there is no reason for you to copy their signals and implement them on a live trading account. You will burn.
The supposed testimonials are from people who claim to be active customers of Pips to Dollars website.
The first thing to notice is that these testimonials are mere fabrications. They are made up stuff which any website owner can create if they have a special widget or plugin for doing so.
The identities of these users cannot be verified, which raises questions as to whether or not these testimonials are real.
Thankfully, we were able to confirm that Pips to Dollars website is simply trying to fool users with fake testimonials. That’s a scam marketing tactic.You should be aware of this.
It’s funny that despite Pips to Dollars website claiming that their signals work and that they help traders earn lots of money through their signal service, the owner is largely anonymous.
We have warned several times before trusting anonymous service providers on the web is the worst mistake that a trader can do.
You see, Pips to Dollars is presented by a faceless individual. Because of this, the issue of their trading background does not arise since they are not introduced by name, address or anything.
Clearly this is a sign that you will get scammed if you ignore these tale tell signs.
Thankfully, we were still able to retrieve some information about the owner of this site.
It is registered under the name Leilani Pips. This person seems to live in Honolulu. The address listed on who.is looks like a home address, which means that this person could be running a one-man army business from the comfort of their home.
Now, the question is, how are they managing the workload? Do they deliver signals on a daily basis? How does one person get involved in analyzing dozens of signals each day?
Honestly, it is simply not possible to maintain such a service as a one man army. One would need to team up with a few more signal analysts to run the town.
Pips to dollars is a very simple website with no information to explain the details of the service. The owner doesn’t even bother to say what trading techniques they are using in generating these signals. It is equally not clear whether they use software to come up with these signals.
There are simply too many questions than answers on this website. So at this point in time, we are advising traders not to take Pips to Dollars too seriously. If you’re among traders who are looking for legitimate systems of trading, you are better off with these products. Avoid Pips to Dollars.
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