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  • Daviesl9
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    Hi all, please stay away from learn to trade. They are the worst in the industry. They are disgusting and must be closed down, only way to save everyone their hard earned money. My experinace, I went along to the seminar, sold the dream, same old lines only certain amount of seats available and there is more attending the afternoon session! I did not sign up there and then but did when got home over the phone. By doing this I did not have a contract to sign was not told about paying their monthly subscription for their smart chart which is no different to using tradeview and a few indicators by the looks of it. Cut the story short I have since found out I have stage 4 cancer and undergoing rigorous chemo and radio therapy. I made them aware of this but they where abrasive and didn’t not care as I was 3 days iber the 14 day cooling off period which was stated in the contract..which I never received or saw. After the women finished speaking to me like a school child she asked for a letter off my consultant stating I have cancer. How great! After I got a letter from hard work as the hospital and consultant did not want this to happen due to patient confidentiality, the letter was not good enough for learn to trade as it did not have the consultant GMC number or hospital stamp. I have since got the GMC number but no stamp as it’s 2019 and they no longer use a stamp. But yet no refund. So as hard as it is to say I doubt il ever see my money before my days are ended.

    Please stay tat away from such a disgusting company.

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  • Jennifer.Laura
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    thanks. I hope we meet at the peak of success.

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  • AcharyaK
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    Originally posted by Nick View Post
    Dear fellow forex warriors,

    These guys stink. They really do, and there are a few reasons why.
    I totally agree with you Nick. These guys suck. I lost $1000 AUD.

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  • Erebus
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    Originally posted by anna.semera View Post
    I will follow your advice. because I was a brave your warrior.
    Well, I hardly think brave is the word I would use....

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  • anna.semera
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    I will follow your advice. because I was a brave your warrior.

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  • raghavjaswal
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    So, here it goes. Before i say anything i will present what the company is and will let you judge yourself. I shan’t give my opinion until the very end.
    I signed up to learn to trade a year back. One "free session" was more like a sales pitch for their course which costs around £2500 which is basically them telling you learn from us and you will become uber rich and big lifestyle? They show you videos of some people that have "made it" because of their course. A few videos from Greg himself and then ask you to “take a risk” and sign up. They explain how it’s a £5000 course but because we are so special they are wavering the fees, Being a young naive man with some money to spend I signed up paid the amount and signed up to the course. You soon realize that the trading platform is also owned by Learntotrade, They tell you the software means nothing if you we don’t sign up to a subscription which is around £80 a month. Upon signing it’s a 3 day course, telling you about how the stocks work and pips and what not. All this information and more is accessible online for free. Then we are told we need to put in a minimum of £2000 in our trading accounts or what we learn is pointless. The trainer who came to teach us, showed us his house, cars, bikes and other things and made us feel what we could achieve. So far at this point we are all plugged in the idea and lashed out as much money as we could. A few have different speakers come in and tell us how they lost all their money and had nothing and now they own properties in London and have the most relaxing life.
    To anyone being fed information as such over 3 days will make you lash out more and more money. Anyways during day 2, one of the gent comes in and tells us how he has a world exclusive plan and people in that plan are making over 6-7 figures a year working only a few hours a day. This plan comes with one to one trading and access to it from anywhere in the world and you are gives company trading money to trade with and a pen and a champagne, oh yeah it cost £15,000. So I couldn’t afford that. A day training left and the trainer was getting annoyed at us for asking too many questions. To a point where we were afraid of asking questions, outside the class he wasn’t a very approachable person. They bring you in to “talk further” they said just because how “enthusiastic and good” I am they cut down the cost of the advanced course for me and can offer me that for £10000. They offered me interest free payment and I took the offer.
    Less than a week later, and losing the initial £2000 I had put in to trade with. I realise trading wasn’t for me as it made me really anxious and just stressful. So I left it and thought I’ll pick it up in a few months when I have more money to learn. Before I could get to that I had a serious family medical emergency, Life threatening. I sent them the doctors note, my families flights details, proof of me leaving my job. Sent them all, they still wouldn’t return my £5000. Their reply was they “don’t think the situation was serious enough”. £5000 of someone’s hard earned money, to a point where they won’t answer my emails or let me flat around the telephone for hours before answering. £2500 + £2000 +£5000, all this money and i have not made a single penny off trading neither have they assisted in any way as a company to change that. So my verdict of LearnToTrade is that the company is a sham, it only runs by taking money from people and not from trading. Please don’t fall into the same trap I did. Learn from me. £5000 to learn what a company and its people are made of in its core. They didn’t consider my situation and decided not to return the money. STAY AWAY FROM LEARNTOTRADE, Get a book, it’ll be cheaper and probably teach you a lot more. All the positive reviews you read are not of real people and are fake profiles. Please look for yourself.

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  • GrecoDelToro
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    I did a seminar with Gurdas Something a few weeks back, under LTT, but with Greg, but under Knowledge or something - looks odd - Companies don't check out. I am complete newb to trading and though I sat and listened and took part, alarm bells rang A LOT.

    1. Poorly dressed lacky staff - seriously, if you are going to show the high life, at least make an effort you are too.
    2. Expensive course fees - its 2 grand, no 5... now its 8
    3. Cheap course fees - okay now its 2 if you sign up now - heres a USB stick and we take card!
    4. Highly polished, thin veiled.
    5. Weird discounts IF YOU SIGN UP NOW
    6. Pushing for more information had not much response
    7. Stating you aren't prepared to invest today - more or less shown the door, finesse disappears.
    8. Reviews
    9. Finding more info on their site shows that what they want to charge for can actually be free... ?! Which is it.
    10. Obvious paid actors for the review section, in fact I am sure I recognised one of the men giving review from the promotional world. This could be a REAL sceptical point, but something didn't seem right about the people they interviewed. Not one to judge - but some just didn't seem right at all.

    All I am looking to do is find a simple subscription or mentor to help me find my feet. The system they show seems solid, but also not. As a sub system it would probably be okay.

    So I find myself here and glad I listened to my gut and shot off. I know the investment figures of your own trading can bring great returns over your lifetime. I'm prepared to take A risk, but I would rather it be on my terms with out forking out 8 grand to sit in a classroom.

    Funny I came across this after all this time to confirm my suspicions.

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  • Juan87
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    Good luck Ngelo. I hope you get your money back.

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  • Ngelo
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    LearnToTrade.com - Greg Secker - Honest Review

    Thank you for this post. I attended the information sharing seminary last Saturday 27 January 2018 in Johannesburg by Greg and team on Learn-to-Trade. At end of seminar he announced the course costing R89,000 but reduced to R24, 000. the 2 day course comes with software/ SMARTCHARTS which makes it easy for eve beginners to trade profitably, sticking to 2% stop loss... Many people rushed outside to register. Because I have attended many of such seminars I hesitated, went later to pay deposit of R5000.00.

    Today I decided to do more research and came across this post and a few others, not so encouraging. I have written to my bank to a charge back. I hope I get my money back.

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  • Juan87
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    Hi Brendoah, have you tried contacting your bank to organise a chargeback? Might work for you.

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  • Juan87
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    Hey Nick, I agree with you totally about the learn to trade seminars. It's very sad that ordinary people, hard working moms and dads, are paying for a dream that just isn't going to come true. People are better off giving $10,000 to a professional trader with a proven track record to trade for them.

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  • Nick
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    Originally posted by Brendanoh View Post
    Hi Nick,
    New to the world of Forex. Like most am looking to earn extra money with the hope of leaving full time employment.
    I am due to start a Learn to Trade course next Wednesday, but have been reading a lot of negative comments and am unsure if i should attend. I have paid £500.00 deposit and am considering trying to get it back but don't know how easy that will be after reading a lot of comments.
    Could you advise what the best way would be for me to progress into trading considering i am a novice and given that the Learn to Trade route seems fruitless?
    I'd suggest you try and get your money back if you can.

    Come and check out the trading room where Andrew and Mark have put together complete video course on how to grow from a novice trader, to a professional, we get a lot of great feedback on it, so you should learn a lot. There's a 7 day free trial, if you don't dig it then no harm done

    I'm glad you found this thread before you spent more money!

    Good luck and I might see you in the room.

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  • minkw
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    Hi Brendanoh,

    Unfortunately all the courses that require payment are literally scams, all the information needed to trade the financial markets can be found free online,

    I recommend you start with babypips school, then move onto forexfactory and watch some youtube educational videos, it may seem a bit of information overload but eventually it will all make sense,

    I think their is a free trail period for the trading room here at forexsignals, out of all the streamers Andrew I like the most, as his strategy is simple and straight forward and easy to understand,

    All the Best

    Satang FX / minkw

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  • Brendanoh
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    Hi Nick,
    New to the world of Forex. Like most am looking to earn extra money with the hope of leaving full time employment.
    I am due to start a Learn to Trade course next Wednesday, but have been reading a lot of negative comments and am unsure if i should attend. I have paid £500.00 deposit and am considering trying to get it back but don't know how easy that will be after reading a lot of comments.
    Could you advise what the best way would be for me to progress into trading considering i am a novice and given that the Learn to Trade route seems fruitless?

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  • lovablesweet35
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    Hello, I'm a 3rd year FILIPINO college student and I have recently attended the free seminar at learn to trade office which is located here in the Philippines because I am having some financial troubles and thought that this might be too good to be true. I attended with a friend of mine who is also a college student to provide assurance and confidence in myself if this might be my chance to pay for my tuition fees, My dad and mom's medical fees, and I was planning on buying a house just for my dad since He just lost his company closing at the same time he had stroke which led to his disability. I thought that my dad could still find a job because he still has so much potential but my mom said that "No on will hid your dad anymore because he has disability" Which broke my heart. My mom is working 2 shifts and extra work just to provide for us and even if I tell he I want to get a job and help her she said "No" focus on my studies because if I start working I will lose the motivation and just work work work.

    From the overall experience, It was very disappointing since the beginning from registering to the receptionist. We were asked to sit and wait for the seminar to start but I felt uneasy and quite suspicious to the actions of the other employees because As more people came they just kept on approaching on the people who looks like they are already working and discussing with them about the seminar and stuff but never bothered to talk to us students even though we were the first one's to arrive.From when I was asked if I was a student from the beginning and said "yes" gave me a very eerie feeling.

    As the seminar started, We sat at the front row to get a clear view of what they are trying to promote. The speaker was very friendly,skilled ,and experienced. She introduced the "SMART CHARTS" software that they use to provide low risk and doesn't let you lose more than 2% of your capital which was very securing to hear because nobody wants to lose money but to gain more right? The SMART CHARTS is a software that shows you they currencies which you can bet on are either safe or risky. They also provide you a live trading coach which you can just copy what he bets on and you both gain profit from it. It definitely sounds like a dream come true because you don't have to do anything but click away and let them do the work for you. The internet is definitely making life more easier for everyone especially for businesses because " YOU ARE YOUR OWN BOSS" . The future is changing maybe by 2040 or 2050 everything is online or much earlier than that.

    As the discussion proceeded like any other seminars from the introduction to the part which you are curious of which is the "COST" of the the software. It's cost is 5000 USD "OUCHE" right? only those who are already successful could afford it and there is a monthly subscription 89 USD. The speaker said its about 80% psychology and 20%skills. Then came the introduction of their trading course. It is a 2 day training and 1 day live trading. How much the tuition fee is? 8,969.637 USD ( I DIED FROM HEARING THE PRICE). My friend and I just kept on laughing because IT'S IMPOSSIBLE FOR US STUDENTS TO ACTUALLY HAVE THAT KIND OF MONEY ESPECIALLY IF YOUR A FULL TIME STUDENT well depending if your family is rich. Then they offer the scholarship program which gives you 82% discount = 1651.128 USD to pay but the minumum amount of money you have to deposit in your account is 1,500 USD which gives us a total of 3000 USD. There is a downpayment you can pay 194 USD then pay the rest later. The speaker never paid attention to me and my friend who were the only students there but paid much attention to the adults. I don't know if they have the conscience of not leading us to a scam but the whole experience was disappointing.My friend and I just laughed at the idea of what happened back there because it felt like they never wanted students to be there. Going back home and lying to my parents that I had to attend a seminar my school provided was not worth it. So think twice before you pay for something it could lead you to a huge mistake in life.

    I don't now if they are a scam or not but I'm sure to say that when they said "FOREX IS FOR EVERYONE" nope IT IS "NOT". They already have a target in mind.

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