I subscribed by mail to a news letter and then was contacted by an individual who said they would (for an additional fee help me make some good trades.) He would be very excited and I was to follow directions. several times he was upset if he thought I was trading on my own, which I was. the trades that he gave me that I didn't make money on where obvious trades that I initiated on my own.
In honesty, I learned from the experience because I did the research on the trades. I wish that I had followed my gut on actually using his advice. because 90% of the tip were not good tips. Last time we spoke he informed me that I was not at a personal trading level, where he could give me the best trades. That spells $. It cost me $6000. to have him supply me with bad tips, and as well I lost money on the bad tips he gave me. I used my own broker, so gryphon didn't get any of that money.
I am smarter today than I was a few months ago. There are lots of guys out there trying to suck you into thinking they will give you the right tip. Ask yourself why would they be helping you make money. They are sales people selling worthless information. In the meantime TJ and Gryphon financial did make money because I paid them wages. Stupid me for getting scammed by them.
I am still reading all the tips, but I am doing my own research and making the trades I decide. I learned that I have to get smart and learn how to read the markets and the company financial and then I can make my own mistakes. It should be cheaper.
The complaint has been investigated and resolved to the customer’s satisfaction.