I am writing this because the author has not actually joined the academy and then written the review, whilst trying to sell his own method of training in the process on affiliate marketing (Double Bluff)
I do not work for the company I am simply a customer and I would highly recommend IMA to anyone wanting to learn about trading, as the training keeps you clear of the typical junk trading styles you find on YouTube.
I have put my own details below for anyone wanting real information on this and to legitimize the authenticity of my comments.
Let’s both of us hope that the traffic to this article is going to increase, so the visitors will be able to decide which direction to go. Wishin you a lot of success. Mike
Honestly speaking you’re right, this review is highly biased, such a huge bluff. You literally haven’t gone in there or know what goes on in there and you write such an article dissuading people from joining at the same time ushering them into your own business of affiliate marketing, it’s funny gosh. I was expecting an actual unbiased review but at the end of the day it just sounds exactly like what he’s framing up IM to be, selling an idea at the expense of another
The issue with these sorts of reviews is there is no actual investigation into what they are trying to make you aware of and think it is very misleading
This individual’s mother tongue is clearly NOT English. No English speaking person would make so many grammar mistakes, it’s pretty obvious he used some sort of translator, google using about this fraudulent creature is its determination to appear legit. Most of the comments here, are written with a lot of grammar mistakes just like this whole “bullshit article” Did everyone use a digital translator or were all those comments written by the same fraudulent creature? It’s all a sham. By the way I really don’t care if my “email” goes public. It’s a fake one just like your entire company.
Let me assure you that I am a real person providing people with my opinion. I am not a native English speaker, that is true. But I don’t use any translator.
You are the first one who seems to have a problem with the grammar. But according to your comment, I assume that you understood everything that is written above. You have the right to have your own opinion, but I am sure you are wrong about the “fraudulent creature”.
Oo far it has been worth every penny and am so happy after searching for solid training to find such a solid team
This is both true and false, I myself realized that there are many people just using this company to recruit and they kind of ruin the name and the brand . Cant control everyones antics and intentions. One thing is for sure though, their live classroom sessions are very helpful and there is more than enough info to learn about trading.
They teach smart Monet trading concepts which are a lot different than the basic free education out there which is primarily the reason why most people don’t make any money trading, the free basic info out there is not the proper way to trade in these markets. IMMA has great educators, recruiting is optional, just be careful with what team you join.
SOME PEOPLE ARE ONLY RECRUITING. Make sure your team is focused on trading. Also , they have a 7 day return policy, id say check it all out , get on some live sessions and learn, and after a week if you feel like it is not for you, than get a refund !