Max Idzik London

Complaint: I first met Max at a free seminar in London in May 2013. His achievements sounded impressive, heu2019s shown proof of earnings and I got a feel of someone who is a straight talker and will stand by his word. He made the money-making and execution of his system sound easy, mechanical, even u201cboringu201d, and backed up his offer with a 100% money-back guarantee (guaranteed earnings of 3% a month, going to over 20% for some students). Based on this impression and some trust in the commonality of having been born in the same region Iu2019ve decided to sign up to the u00a318,000 (plus VAT) Turtles program. Unfortunately, upon closer inspection I found I could not get the funds together, and even after his reduction of the price to u00a310,000 I had to withdraw. Just over a year later, his sales assistant, Jack Domagala, contacted me with an offer to continue the conversation about joining the program. Iu2019ve asked for some numbers of his actual students and spoke to them; the results seemed to vary a lot, ranging from a loss of 50% of the account to making 30% in the first year. u201cNot enough dedication from the formeru201d, I thought, and after some deliberation I decided to go for it, for the reduced price of u00a310,000 + VAT. I initially got an enthusiastic response from Max, who immediately invited me to a 1-on-1 breakfast, where he explained the basics of his system. After a couple of Skype calls I started executing the system myself, consistently, on a daily basis, spending 15-30 minutes a day, which I did for the next 12-14 months. I did my best to follow the system to the letter, and got adjustments from Max on the follow-up Skype calls. Iu2019ve had to re-start the trading from scratch, on a new demo account, twice, because I got some instructions wrong. This is where the trouble started. Max was generally unavailable from the beginning, and because of the failure to explain the fundamentals properly, I couldnu2019t get the returns he promised. To get additional time to explain things was next to impossible. Max repeatedly ignored calls, missed scheduled sessions without an explanation, and on those he did make he was often up to 45 minutes late. Given they were given in the morning and I followed a 9-5 lifestyle I often had to skip work in order to make them. In addition, several of his contractual agreements were never fulfilled; I told myself, u201cwell, hereu2019s the system, itu2019s up to me to trade it, what else do I need?u201d, but in the ensuing months it became clear that it required a level of attention from the trainer that Max was simply not willing or able to give, so after a success of the USDJPY rally at the end of 2014 and an account bust because of Alpari UK going down, my results were quite inconsistent. This is an email I sent in November 2014, which spurred some extra activity from Max, but not for long: u201cDear Max, Jack, I am writing to report on my experience singing up to the Turtles program 5 months ago, which so far has been less than satisfactory. To keep it short, going back to the original contract, these points have not been fulfilled by Max: Two days’ initial training, six hours each day Bi-weekly follow-up. Our last session happened on 30 August; one session was booked after that and ignored with no explanation as to why, further attempts were made to book a time that did not fit into a 9-5 schedule, as Max has promised they would. The biggest problem I have is a complete lack of transparency and communication; my multiple attempts to contact Max by email, phone, and Skype have been ignored. “The Client agrees to maintain a 100% accurate trading record throughout the programme””

Tags: Tutoring

Address: the method for which has not been explained

Website: equity at 93.5%. I do not know what the actual figures need to be or whether I am following the system correctly

Phone: so it’s unclear how my performance will be judged at the end of the trial period. So far the account balance has been steadily decreasing

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