One of our recent Twitter followers, asked us for our e-mail address in order to share his story about Big Mike who had happened to be his customer before he decided to launch his odious online outfit known as the Big Mike Trading forum.
Yep, the one we have been talking about here so often because it encapsulates the pathology of the trading marketplace better than any other online business we are familiar with, save for blatantly criminal ones.
We have complied with his request (see also the image above; click on it to enlarge it).
Perhaps, you too, our dear visitor, have a story for us. The story about the abuse of the trading marketplace by a questionable character or a whole clique of them. Say, about someone who is not exactly what she (ladies, first!) or he appears to be and has done enough lying already.
Complaining about a single vendor product is not what we are really interested in, unless the product has been grossly misrepresented by the vendor, which may happen too, especially if the vendor is mass marketing. Please be very specific here.
If so, feel free to ask us for our e-mail address via Twitter; you can use direct messaging for that, if you wish. You need to be our Twitter follower, though. We will follow you back, as we always do given enough time.
Twitter is the only platform we use to interact with the public and we want to keep it this way, but if you wish, you can also tell us your story by e-mail.
You can do this by posting a comment to one of our many articles, too. Chose the most relevant one. It will be approved at some point, unless we find it of questionable value.
We don’t attend to this blog and to our Twitter feed that often, which we also said here before, and we repeat it so that you understand why we may take some time to reciprocate your Twitter following or to reply to your post or your e-mail. But we will eventually do so, you will hear from us.
Keep in mind that we make no money doing what we are doing here and on Twitter, this is our service to the trading community that has been betrayed by so many, including Big Mike, a particularly manipulative of specimens.
The Big Mike Trading Forum mentioned or discussed here is now futuresio or futures.io. But it is still the same sham as before for the reasons mentioned here and in other posts on this blog. Read more about it in the first article dedicated specifically to Michael Boulter’s latest fraudulent reinvention.