Ok, I think that @Fred
is an honest service provider (until proven otherwise) and from what I read most of the issues seems to happen with the compliance department in the banks, which means that the bank is having some sort of problems regarding @mike400
"source of funds". So I will wait for the updates before making any judgments.
That being said, there is something that f*****g irks me and I can't help it!
what's with the new accounts that's being made and only post positive reviews in this thread? like even if they are legit, that's just sketchy AF.
creating his account on the 15th of july and only have one post and this post is a positive review of @Fred
has a new account that was registered on june 23, and he only made three posts where he surprisingly only posted good reviews of @Fred
in these posts.
and last but not least, we have @angltrust
who created a new account at Jun 27 and he has two posts where he also surprisingly only posted positive reviews of @Fred
in these posts.
I'm not saying that these are fake accounts or anything, it's just extremely sketchy that's all, so I want the admin @Admin
or one of the moderators to chime in and take a closer look at these accounts @Martin Everson @Sols
on the opposite side, we have @JackAlabama
who is an active user with an old account who posted a positive review
, so it seems like some old members in this form tried @Fred
service and they were satisfied with it, and that's the kind of review that I want to hear, not reviews from new
accounts that only posts positive reviews for @Fred
and haven't contributed in any shape or form to this forum at all.
So from my overall research, I would say that @Fred
is legit based on what we have seen so far, but I don't like the new accounts that's popping out and only post positive reviews for him, and one of them said that he was invited by @Fred
to post his review, so it's plausible that the guy that said that wasn't a member but decided to join to post the review per fred's request, but I want to give @Fred
and advice, and tell you that this does more harm than good, and it might sway people away from your services even if these reviews/claims are legitimate, they just look sketchy and it very well could make you lose some credibility points, so it's better to ask for reviews from old members in this form that were pleased with your service like @JackAlabama
for example as this will boost your credibility even more.
Good like to you @Fred
and to everyone that's doing business with you, and to @mike400
I hope that you sort your issues soon.