NEVER TRUST THE 'TRUST'

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WE DON'T PARTICIPATE IN THE 'TRUST' GAME.

Ask yourself the question: Have you ever taken the time to set up a profile on a 'Trust platform' like Trustpilot, ForexPeaceArmy and others and left a review on a good service you have experienced?
You most likely never did.
So why do you expect that others did?

The question is where do all these 'positive' reviews come from?

Some companies take a lot of effort encouraging their customers to take the time to leave a positive review on such 'Trust platforms'. To get customers into action, regardless if they are satisfied or not, they offer a bonus or other kind of reward.

This means that you read the reviews that have been paid for.
YOU TRUST PROMOTED 'REVIEWS'.

Further, there is no secret about it, that the majority of such positive reviews on 'Trust platforms' are generated by hired writers or automated systems (machines generate such 'reviews').

'Trust' platforms continuously claim that their algorithms detect such fake reviews but nothing is further from the truth. These platforms need lots of positive reviews to conduct their business, which means selling their service to businesses (advertising on their platforms, a.s.o).

In plain words: How can you trust such platforms when you never can be sure whether or not a 'review' is real? You better don't. You most likely read a promoted or fake 'review'.

CONCLUSION: THIS 'TRUST' BUSINESS IS A FAKE BUSINESS IN ITSELF.

We at XLTRADE decided not to participate in this game.
WE NEVER FORCE OUR TRADERS INTO ACTION.

One question remains: Where do the negative reviews come from?
The answer is simple: If people are not happy for various reasons they take all the effort to upload their frustration. Then they take their time and efforts to open a profile on such 'Trust' platforms to release their tension. That's human and natural.

The other part of negative 'reviews' simply is initiated by the competition.

With negative reviews alone, such platforms can't survive.
They need positive reviews to conduct their business.
As a result: The majority of such 'positive reviews', are paid or fake. 

DO NOT TRUST IN IT AND NEVER BASE A DECISION ON IT.

We at XLTRADE made our decision: We don't participate in this game.
We never force clients into writing 'positive' reviews.

NEVER TRUST THE 'TRUST'.
Whenever you see a company with lots of positive reviews, think twice.