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So in November your first post on futures.io (formerly BMT) was about this site:


You said you were looking for reviews about it.

Then yesterday you made 9 more posts in various random threads so that you could make your "review" post in the Vendor section (requires 10 posts). It was obvious that you were posting in those other threads only because you needed to increase your post count in order to post your review.

So your objective was to post the review. A review that reads more like an advertisement than a review.

I've been doing this long enough that this type of behavior sticks out and seems obvious to me. You say you are not affiliated with the vendor. Sometimes when I ask, people are honest and say they are. Sometimes they lie and then I catch them in that lie. So I always ask first.

If you are truly just a new trader then I don't understand why you were so focused on writing a review about this vendor. I use the word "review" loosely because what you wrote is not typical of an actual review.


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