Forex Multi Robot Review

 Forex Multi Robot is a Forex trading bot developed by Rita Lasker and Green Forex Group. They claim the bot is unique due to its “4 core-algorithms”.

What does the product offer?

The product supplied is a piece of software that automatically trades on Forex with a view to generating profit. As mentioned above it utilised multiple “cores” that are apparently optimised to detect favourable conditions. It is claimed that the “up to 80% of orders are closed with profit”.

How does the product work?

The product is built on the back of the 4 cores with each handling a different function. When they are utilised together they create an allegedly safe and profitable trading system. Otherwise there is not really a whole lot of information on the system.

What is the initial investment?

The product is available for $99.99 on a limited time offer. It usually retails at $198. On top of this it is advised that you have a bank of $1000 to trade with. There is a 30 day guarantee on offer with the product.

What is the rate of return?

The rate of return is claimed to be up to $10k per month.


On paper this product seems too good to be true and looking at it, that seems to be exactly what it is. There are a number of things that seem a little off about the product but the most prominent is that the “4 cores” that the product is sold on the back of do not seem to offer all that much that is really unique. Secondly is the outrageous claims of profits. Where many other services are slowly eradicating outlandish claims, this product seems to relish in pushing them out there.

The final point of concern is that the sales pitch for this product is littered with grammatical and spelling errors, many of which you average adult would easily avoid. This leads one to believe that there is definitely a scam element involved or it is offered by an overseas based marketer. The fact of the matter is irrespective of why these mistakes are so prominent, it is difficult to place your faith in the kind of small time operation that cannot have a sales page proof read properly.

They say you cannot take back a first impression and in this case that is definitely true. Personally, I’d be very keen to avoid this product and look elsewhere.



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From: Simon Roberts