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I invested in Income on Demand with Angora Finanial due to being advertised as an investment a middle income American could make $150-200+ on each recommendation (on put calls) Turns out after spending the 1,500 to get in, I cannot even take advantage of the recommendations because brokerage companies require you to have $20,000+ liquid assets. It is a pain to work around that rule. So much for a middle income person using the service! When I...
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Anonymous I just heard from them and if you sign up they say that there can be no refunds. You own it 'til it expires. That's not how I do things any more. There is always a hitch th...

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Mr. Buck The ad I just got does say they recommend (not require) having $20,000 in assets, and that it is nonrefundable.

originally just signed up for one service but they added more unwanted services and billed me and when i requested a refund they would only partially refund.a *** and a scam. a company like this should not be allowed to stay in business. so i did not even get to the actual investment scam because they manipulated me in the initial subscription process. truly a predatory company. agora is just a another online financial investment advice company...
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R D Jones Took me for $99.00 on Jim Rickards strategic

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Bob Brown I completely agree with this. They auto-renew without notice and then won't give it back! I have never heard of such a shocking practiceQ

1.0
I didn't like
  • Deceptive practices
  • Shocking customer service
  • Failure to provide a refund within the money back guarantee
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What they don't tell you, is that you'll need to tie up as much as $10,000 for several months to make $300 now. That's a 3% return on investment. Complete deception in their sales pitch on this thing. The advertisement is further deceptive in their refund policy. It SCREAMS "100% SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK". In tiny print where you're likely to never see it, it says they refund only 90%. I subscribed and cancelled within one week and it cost me...
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Anonymous You are lucky to get 90% back. I asked for a refund and they said: Tuff, we do not refund. You should not have bought. All of Jim Rickards recommendations are ***. And why wou...

I looked at their posted track record ...their open portfolio of excercised put options... owned stock against which they sell covered calls ... stands at over 182,000 at cost. As of July 27/16 the value of this account stands at 121,000. This 60 K loss is partially off set by 25,000 income from calls leaving a 35,000 unrealized loss as of today. The closed transactions has generated income of 25,000, excluding brokerage fees and subscriptions...
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Anonymous I certainly wondered about this. There is nothing very secret or mysterious about selling puts. The "secret sauce" is which underlying, at what strike, and what expiration. ...

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Anonymous Thanks, I subscribed in 2016, made a couple of put sales, and reviewed the long positions of stock which presumably were
PUT after the underlying's price went lower th...

I too am a (soon to be ex) subscriber to Income on Demand. I have contacted them multiple times, without response, regarding how their advertizements leave out the very real possibility of losses do to the put exercises. I had the majority of my trades exercised. And while I have generated some income from selling Call options on those shares, the losses incurred in share value decline are still 9 to 10 times MORE than the income generated. I...
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Anonymous I would like to know how much capital you used and how long you were in the program. What I saw was a recommendation for $20,000, not $100,000 as you claim.

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Anonymous How long have you been a subscriber? What advises the service if a put option is exercised? Selling calls? Selling the stocks?

1.5
I didn't like
  • Deceptive practices
  • Misleading advertising
#810449
I signed up for Zach Scheidt's Income on Demand product, and paid the requisite subscription fee. The advertising recommended that one needed at least US$20,000 to successfully invest smaller amounts in the various opportunities presented. Because I had over US$30,000 in my investment account, I believed that I was a suitable user. The system uses options and is based on selling puts. When I attempted to sell my first put recommended, the...
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Anonymous Did you ever recoup what was lost?

maryscott333

maryscott333 There is a sucker born every minute.
This is what these get rich schemes count on.

3.5
I liked
  • Jim rickards impact system
I didn't like
  • Misleading advertising
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