Ohlsen Trading is a service that wants to tell us nothing on the main page of the presentation. It’s weird because it shows the level of marketing the developers have. We don’t know anything about a company, registration details, or at least developers.
We have no details about the developers published. These “four horsemen” are everything that the developers explained to us about the service and how it could make us rich.
- The monthly gain can be from 4 to 13%.
- The accuracy rate is 99%. It’s a 100% scammer.
- “When we do lose, we lose quite big. That’s no problem, though, because we usually gain that same amount in 14-30 days. Check out our backtest for more info.” We have no idea what it means. It sounds like random words placed in random order.
- There’s a 30-day trial that’s available for 2.5 EUR only.
- The developers are sure that we can be profitable on Forex with them.
- There’s no effort required.
- This service is a copy trading one.
- We have to register an account with a broker.
- We have to use the software on the MT4 platform.
- There are three subscriptions available that vary by range.
- They try to convince us that “Usually prices range from $100-$200 a month, and we are far below that.”
- There’s a slider with the list of required actions to get started with the service.
The first pack is for free. We join the Telegram and get nothing. The second price is 60 EUR monthly. We can expect to get up to 4% monthly. Copy-trading goes 24/5 fully automatically. There are no hidden fees. The ultimate pack costs 65 EUR and can provide us with 13% of the monthly gain.
- We have no idea what they try to sell us under their signals label.
- The same we can say about currency pairs and time frames. Everything is covered.
This information just proves that they treat us like idiots. Where are proofs of the mentioned before 99% accuracy rate? Where can we check the results of your “4-5 years of trading experience?” It’s an iconic scam because we have neither backtest reports nor trading results. It’s a crucial drawback because no one wants to copy signals on a real account without an understanding of what to expect.
The company has a page on Trustpilot with two testimonials.
Alas, they are fake comments because they were published on the same day half a year ago, and since then, there was nothing posted. Of course, they liked each other’s posts. We are not surprised at all. The fact that there are no comments for that long period means that the service looks like a scam in seekers’ eyes. There’s nothing special.