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www.vectorvest.com / Their software didn't work properly

May 22, 2015
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Scotland, 19 Canning Street
Our company used the services and products from www.vectorvest.com. At the beginning, everything was ok, but after some time, they started to overcharge us. As well as their software didn’t work as the rep told us before. All our complaints and messages were completely ignored and no one from the company was ready to provide any help. Stay away from these scammers, because it is impossible to get any support from them.


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D  26th of May, 2015 by 
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Hello Reveala. My name is David Paul and I run VectorVest UK which is a subsidiary of VectorVest based in the US. I am distressed to hear that your messages were not answered. We have a toll free line 0800 014 8974 from the UK that operates 18 hours a day. Also emails are answered on the same working day as they are received at support@vectorvest.com. In terms of service we offer many training webcasts online at the VectorVest University and I offer training at live seminars and a bi weekly webcast which discusses UK shares. Our billing process is totally transparent and the VectorVest product can be cancelled at any time with no contracts or binding agreements. Please let me know the details of the problem and the identity of the representative that you refer to above. I did a follow up webcast today and got this mail from a delegate. I can prove to anyone who is interested that the document is genuine. Please allow me to sort out this situation.

Hi David,
I recently took advantage of the £5.95 Vector Vest offer and have just listened in to your webcast. I can't believe just how much value you are sharing on the broadcast. From what I have seen around forums and chat boards most private investors just want tips and as such may not fully appreciate what they have just heard. I therefore wanted to drop you a line and say thanks.

I already use fib extensions for targets (I trade forex) and I use divergence/reverse divergence (lost motion as you called it). The rising price on falling volume into a doji is priceless though and new to me. I'll also be watching EMG closely from here to see how that plays out.

I am currently figuring out the best way to grow ISA accounts and your approach resonates strongly.

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