Nonko Trading ***Update***

Thanks for reading today’s update of Nonko Trading.

On June 20, 2015 I published a review of Nonko Trading. My allegations were simple and direct, that Nonko Trading was masquerading as a stock broker for underfunded day traders. That Nonko’s day trading platform, also known as Logix had no exchange connectivity, and was little more than a stock trading video game. Nonko Trading  was specializing on preying upon the naive and uninformed. Traders desperate to gain 20X leverage on initial deposits were induced into wiring their monies into third world banks with zero transparency, and zero recourse. Once the money was deposited, it simply disappeared beyond a carefully constructed wall of deceit and misappropriation.

My original article exposed the fraud in its entirety. Nonko responded to my article by launching a non stop attack on my website which included nearly nonstop DDOS attacks, as well as multiple attempts at hacking into various back door entries in my website. Unfortunately, they succeeded to some degree and for the past three weeks, my website has been slowly closing down the attacks and securing the website from various vulnerabilities. In total, for the past three weeks, the TradingSchools.Org website has been online only about 35% of the time. To those of you reading this, and were wondering what was happening, you now know the truth. Nonko was spending a great deal of money in an attempt to destroy my website.

The latest news

About 10 days ago, the homepage of Nonko Trading posted a clear headline that Nonko Trading was no longer accepting United States based trading accounts. This was the first warning that something was amiss. A couple of days later, Nonko then began blocking all United States based IP addresses. This was yet another clear sign that they were attempting to build a fire wall and were planning their escape.

As of Monday, July 13, Nonko Trading had officially deleted their various websites from the internet, as well has began scrubbing social media profiles. In addition to the disappearance of the websites and social media, the Nonko Trading main telephone number, the support telephone number, and the fax number are all disconnected. They have simply vanished.

By the afternoon of Monday, July 13 I began to receive a deluge of emails and phone calls from very terrified Nonko account holders. These account holders were attempting to log into the Nonko Logix trading platform, and that they had been denied entry. The platform had simply shut down. Several of the individuals that I spoke with were absolutely livid and wanted to find these guys and kill them. Several were despondent and simply could not believe what was happening. One gentlemen, only 2 days prior had wired into Nonko $5,000 and his money simply disappeared. Many, many others are sitting on account balances of various amounts of simply cannot believe that this happened.

Until the very end

In speaking directly with many of these people, they had actually read my negative review on June 20, and in spite of this damning information, they continued to believe and wired Nonko monies. Why? Because at the very heart of the scam was the affiliate program that Nonko offered to day trading rooms like LiveTraders.net, RealLifeTraders, TradeTechEquities, DayTradingPower, etc. This is just a few. And many of these rooms, I had written highly positive articles. I specifically warned these live trading rooms that Nonko is going to destroy their reputations and that they will be the only ones remaining to point a finger at. None of the victims that got scammed by Nonko were aware that every single time they traded, the trading room was earning a commission. This aligned the interests of the trading rooms with Nonko, they are in collusion. As this case makes its way towards its inevitable criminal prosecution, the trading room operators will be the easiest to find.

How guilty are the trading room operators? Until the very end, they continued to push Nonko. Even after I had warned them of the dire consequences, many told their subscribers that my information was not valid and that Nonko could be trusted. Shame on them. They did not treat their subscribers as an asset, just something to be exploited and used. How could the trading room operators be so callous? Quite simply, they needed to help their subscribers get the needed leverage from smaller accounts. Think about it…the trading room operator could not offer a trading room unless his subscribers could get the needed leverage. Shame on the trading rooms. They knew better. Anything less is willful ignorance. Hopefully, they have learned something.

Nonko Post Mortem

Most of the readers that contact me regarding Nonko tell the same story, that they deposited $2k-$10k and had lost all of the money deposited inside of their trading account. I could not disagree more. You lost nothing. Understand something, none of your trades ever made it onto an exchange. The Logix trading platform was just a video game. You were trading on a simulator the entire time. You lost nothing. Your money is probably sitting in an account someplace, it was never lost. And you should want it back. All of it. Some readers say to me, “no, I lost it fair and square with losing trades”. My reply is no, you did not lose it fair and square, you were being scammed from day one. You were trading on a simulator the entire time. It was nothing more than a video game, like Xbox or Nintendo.

Overwhelmingly, when speaking with the victims, I hear in their voices how embarrassed and ashamed they feel for being so naive. All of the flags of fraud were so clearly flying and signalling a clear warning of fraud. But they simply could not overcome their own greed, they could not acknowledge what was so obvious from the beginning. Lets once again take a quick look at the obvious red flags:

  1. Nonko Trading had no listed ownership, nor would anyone admit to owning the company.
  2. No company address, or country of origin.
  3. No phone number.
  4. Refused to disclose any broker dealer relationship.
  5. Would accept money from anyone, in any form, with no ID.
  6. Logix Trading Platform had no stock exchange connectivity.
  7. Parked orders never appeared on Level 2 order book.
  8. Filled orders never appeared on TOS.
  9. Customers were required to fund account by depositing into 3rd world banks known for money laundering.
  10. Nonko was blatantly violating dozens of US criminal statutes regarding money laundering.
  11. Nonko was acting as an unregistered broker dealer soliciting and accepting US customer funds.
  12. Nonko created an illegal sub broker hierarchy that employed trading rooms to market and distribute the scheme. This is a clear RICO violation opening all parties to criminal prosecution.
  13. Nonko had already been caught at a prior time of issuing simulated trading accounts while at DAS.

Nonko’s Worst Nightmare

What does Nonko’s worst nightmare look like? Very simply, if current or past Nonko customers begin filling in the form below. The big problem with financial fraud is how all of the victims are spread out so thinly, over periods of time, different jurisdictions, with varying degrees of complaint. If Nonko customers come forward and begin completing this form below…then all of this information goes directly to the SEC and the FBI, grouped and organized. Having everyone together, filing a single complaint at the same time, creates a situation that the authorities simply cannot deny.

Can Nonko Escape?

No. From my prior investigation, the only party that I do not have the exact location is Naris Chamroonrat. Probably hiding somewhere in Thailand. However, I have the home addresses of his mother and his sister, living in the United States. No, I will not be publishing this information, as they have done nothing wrong. However, law enforcement will certainly appreciate knowing how to find his immediate family. Also of particular interest is that Naris is a US citizen, so tracking him down and expediting him for criminal prosecution should be relatively easy.

Well that’s it for today. Sorry this was such a negative follow up on the original review. Normally, since Nonko has simply disappeared then whom would care about a follow up? However, I have a different perspective on this…lets put focus on the scammers and force them into the light. The more we expose these scams, the less likely in the future we all will be taken advantage of.

Once again, don’t forget to leave your comments below. Even the haters will find that their voices are heard.

 

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Stray Dog
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Why would anyone send money to Nonko after reading your review? Even before you published that review you had detailed enough information and suspicions that anyone who read what you wrote should have known not to not go near them.

Ano
Guest

I’m very disappointed with Cris Grosvenor at daytradingpower.com

He has been pushing Nonko to they end. Everybody who joined his tradingroom in the last 3-4 month would have blown a $5000 nonko account with BP. Seems odd.

I’m looking forward to your review about sharktraders Emmett.

Thanks for your hard work, you should put up a donation button.

Joe
Guest

I agree – Chris Grosvenor has a lot of questions to answer. He’s a bright bloke who professes to care for his charges in his trade room. Quite how he could lead folk over to Nonkotrading in full knowledge of the grave issues Emmett raised is staggering and grossly disappointing.

Sean
Guest

Pushing NONKO that’s why DTP – Chris over-trades and keeps it going all day like a junkie – he sucks as a stock picker just look at these dismal and horrible results – the traders have to lose every which way – why is his site still up and he still in business? – http://daytradingpower.com/dtpresults/

traders
Guest

Really need to recover back my money as I was fooled from beginning itself. These guys are so clever and fraud and I never could understand this. They just played with hundreds of newbees and the SEC with its 25k rule just does damages to hundreds of small investors and nothing else.
All are connected with each other to loot the common man

mike
Guest

hey traders,

u mention all nonko account is transfered to mytradepod. Or u have totally no access to nonko or mytradepod account.

TRADERS
Guest

I have no access to nonko account.
They are non contactable. I lost half of my account with Nonko but that was due to my own trading.
whether it was simulator trading or real trading – I dont know.

Casey
Guest

Also looking forward to a legitimate prop trading firm. Rip nonko

gary l.
Guest

hi, did you find out how or if nevis is related to nonko, used to trade there, seemed legit

Joel
Guest

Wow! This is an incredible follow up Emmett. Pat yourself on the back for this!! I opened a Nonko account but in the end after considering your review, i just couldn’t bring myself to take the risk and wire them money. The fact that the daytradingpower guy was promoting them was almost enough form me to send the money. Pretty good scam set up by these guys, nothing more than a giant ponzi scheme. Well done again. I agree you should have a donate button. Cheers

alex
Guest

the only prop firm I know that is legit based on my friends using them is Cy group.

jim
Guest

They say orders show up on level 2 and times and sales….. c.y is on the edge, they accept deposits like a broker/dealer which is a no no. Would rather risk 1k with shark, than 5k with c.y

alex
Guest

Cy is clear to say its not a deposit It is a “membership” not a deposit. Better talk to them again. Anyone that tries to only trade with 1k trading stocks needs to rethink their plan. For 1k to get 30:1 is sick. that is beyond dumb.

alex
Guest

and I am talking about Sharktraders.com that give that kind of leverage with a min, 1k deposit.

Casey
Guest

Alex is the only way to talk with cy on the phone? I’ve emailed them like 6 times and no response lol. I would agree shark traders looks and sounds no different than nonko but that could be solved very easily by determining wether or not orders go through to anywhere.

Sean
Guest

I trade with Suretrader.com and can confirm the orders come up in level 2 and they are live and legit and they are they only true leverage game – covered nicley with DAS Trader – they are as solid as can get too

alex
Guest

honestly, I have had the same problem lately. no response by email. They used to reply fast. I havent talked to them on the phone in months. I do have friends that use them daily though

Casey
Guest

Yeah it’s quite worrisome, haven’t spoken to them on the phone been a little turned off if I can’t even get an email.

jim
Guest

So your telling me for c.y you are paying for a membership? so you pay 5k too trade and never can see that 5k again? If the 5k you send is able to get get back to you, then you are sending in a deposit, and not paying for no membership, even if they want too call it membership. Again all these firms are shady, since with c.y group your money is not fdic or sipc insured, best too risk 1k than 5k

Casey
Guest

Think you missed the point, even leveraged 30:1 you are extremely unlikely to be successful trading. And yes it is all a twist on words in a grey area of trading.

alex
Guest

JIm that’s the cost to trade their money. think about it If you a re a good trader you pay 5k and you get 100k buying power. At the end of they day you are the only one held accountable for who you pick to trade with. For me I like Sure Trader and I use also TDA for options trading. plain and simple

traders
Guest

Try

MGB Trading Inc.
http://www.mgbtrading.com

CY asks for 5k fees and not refundable or payable. You can loose upto 4k and then they say you to go away or deposit more money.

Kelly
Guest

The 5k is refundable. I’ve done business with them and speak from experience.

Jose
Guest
Hey Emmett and company, I’ve been reading your reviews and comments for close to 3 months now, but haven’t posted much. Today I wanted to play the devil’s advocate for Chris and other room operators. First of all, I agree that this Nonko order was a complete shame and that room operators that were promoting them should take some of the blame. In recent months I’ve been in contact with 2 room operators and have been asking them questions about Nonko because I wanted to join. Also, full disclosure: I am a member of DTP live chat currently, but I… Read more »
Stray Dog
Guest
Oy vey! “didn’t you fear at one point writing about them that if they shut down because of you they would keep everyone’s capital? One of the room operators I spoke to had this fear and blatantly told me about it. He said he was strategically moving traders away from Nonko one by one and not trying to raise any red flags that would make Nonko keep everyone’s money.” They’re criminals! They weren’t going to ever give back the money, certainly not by allowing traders to strategically move money out of their account one by one. Emmett has possibly saved… Read more »
Sean
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this reply I couldn’t even read it all it was so disgusting – Chris knows about the underhanded scam and fake accounts NONKO was pulling for a long time. He was and until a few days ago was their biggest cheerleader. He knows darn well that the fake accounts happened and by you tying that to his stock picking performance is nauseating. He is not with them now and his results are so bad I can believe he hasn’t shut down yet – both these day trade and swing trade results are horrendous – my cat can pick stocks better… Read more »
bob stows
Guest

what about g6trading.com they use the LOGIX trading platform?
are they legit?

Ano
Guest

And Nonko owns Logix? Websites looked extremely identical

traders
Guest

Logix is promoted by others like livetraders.net, g6, tradetech, still. They seem to be different. Logix is a platform and its seperate

alex
Guest

Logix is not a platform. It is a video game!! lol Who wants to play

traders
Guest

Nonko transferred all accounts to mytradepod as of now. dont know if this firm is also connected with nonko or not?

mike
Guest

So does that mean nonko account holders can redraw what is in their account from mytradepod.

Chris
Guest

Is there any way for people who deposited funds with nonko to get their funds back?

traders
Guest

this is the ques I also have in my mind

traders
Guest

Just thinking if we can recover our losses from Nonko or not. Or will they remain free for ever and again scam by becoming another company.
What is the SEC doing. They dont catch such scammers?

alex
Guest

@emmet you may want to remove nonko from this list lol https://www.tradingschools.org/proprietary-trading-firms-2015/

alex
Guest

@emmet wil you do a review on cy group?

Casey
Guest

Second that plse do

Ron
Guest

Hello Emmitt. Thank you for your dedication to setting these scammers apart to the real Pro’s. In your review I saw that you had a variety of sites LiveTraders.net, RealLifeTraders, TradeTechEquities, DayTradingPower
Is that realLife Traders the one owned by Jeremy Newsome? Why would you post a positive review of him after learning that he was associated with such criminals? I just boggles the mind that their are so many cold hearted assholes out there that rather scam decent people just for the mighty dollar. Thanks for all you do Emmitt. It is much appreciated by me.

alex
Guest

liquid tree group prop firm has closed up shop lol

Casey
Guest

Lol rip to another scam squad

Leroy
Guest

Hi all,
I think I got lucky by reading this forum and got so scared so I contacted nonko and withdraw my $$$ out of there.
Looking for a new place… cy got my attention but I read somewhere else that the $5000 is not refundable!
Any of you out there is trading with them? What should I be aware of when dealing with cy?

alex
Guest

cy is great to use. i have a few friends that use them. the 5k is no refundable.

Kelly
Guest
To clear up some things, I have traded with CY Group. The 5k is a membership. (This is the way one of the owners, a lawyer set it up to make sure they are in compliance with all rules). The membership IS refundable less $250 admin fee if you decide to leave. You get 20:1 leverage, $500 max loss per day, 2000 max share size per stock. Their main trading platform is Sterling Trader. You can withdraw money very easily via their website and it is received quickly. All my dealings with them were professional with no complaints. They care… Read more »
TRADERS
Guest

You are telling about earlier contracts when $5k was refundable. Now, there is no more earlier contracts. Now, $5k is not refundable and you are allowed to trade with them until you loose upto $4k.

Do your research after emailing or asking them, then write in forum. The info you are presenting is not factually correct as per today. thanks

TRADERS
Guest

My request to you is ” DO YOUR research properly and talk to Steve now at this moment and then post correct information in forum.

I have contacted Steve now and not 1 year ago and I am writing as of today . thanks

Kelly
Guest

My apologies then, did not realize they had changed policy. It appears that you have it all figured out, thanks.

CP
Guest

DTP got me involved with NONKO aswell. I think I have some screensots of him using TRN. account. Dude was fishy always talked about IB, but never shared a screen of it.

TRADERS
Guest

very true. and this makes me very angry too.
He knowingly misled all new traders who joined him.

never expected this from him. I got trapped with nonko due to him too

TRADERS
Guest

But, the real problem is that I was going to trade USA equities without $25 k and Nonko was a choice because it charged only $100 pm inclusive of everything while any other prop firms will total to $200 per month.

Nonko was a fantastic choice, but never expected that they will scam and fraud like this with me.
Badly discourages me now to trade us equities. Also, the SEC forced small traders like me to hunt for such brokers with their silliest rules.

Burntbadbymojo
Guest
Burntbadbymojo
Hey guys, I wanted to post this outrageous video about Michael Rich aka Protrader Mike from mojodaytrading.com I sure hope you guys took my warning last time about him and his unlegit room. Here’s proof that he is CRAZY! NUTSO! – Watch the news video about him attacking local golfers at his club with a putter: http://www.wpbf.com/news/local-golfer-attacks-others-in-foursome-breaks-putter-into-spear/27858620 So in summary, he was randomly paired with other guys in a foursome. From the beginning he was hostile with everyone and didn’t shake hands, and refused to talk. He then exploded with anger over something silly on the course and attacked everyone… Read more »
bob stows
Guest

http://www.tradetechtrading.com/ anybody ever use this prop firm?
if so what do you think about them???

thanks bob

traders
Guest

Dont consider them, they were connected with Nonko. They also were a trading room affiliate of Nonko. I dont know who they advertise now, with Nonko’s fall.

bob
Guest

there are many prop firms that use the LOGIX platform.
i can’t beleave there all bad?
i have not found any negative reviews about tradetechtrading???

thanks

Antiguatech
Guest
Antiguatech

This is a G6 Trading YouTube info video, it shows Ran Armon as founder,, same guy from the Nonko scam! Apparently they still haven’t deleted some of their old stuff.

Taylor
Guest
I’ve traded with Logix for a few months before fleeing as that is one piece of garbage platform. The amount of issues with it is unbelievable and anyone who traded with a legitimate platform before knows that. If you complain about it to the owner, he will tell you fairy tales and straight up lies. I got sick of it and got my Series 56 and have my money on US soil safe and legal. They are scum bags but the real travesty is that there are room moderators who promote these guys and their sad excuse of a platform… Read more »
Nonko Victim
Guest
Nonko Victim

Now that we have submitted the form, what’s the next step we can do to try to get our money back? If it’s even possible.

Leroy
Guest

What form did you submitted Nonko victim?

Ben
Guest
I had traded with Nonko for awhile and always felt uneasy with them for a lot of the reasons already posted so on Thursdays Aug 20th I sent a request to withdraw all funds next day I get a email from David at Tradetech Trading saying a few months ago my account was transferred to them (which I knew nothing about) and I need to send a request via Paypal to get my money which I did on Aug 21st and received my money Aug 23th via Paypal from Ran Armon. I think they are unstable at best and I… Read more »
Leroy
Guest

As I mentioned earlier in my post I got my money as well from Nonko.
Ben, which one of the companies you’re using now?

Mattop
Guest
Hi Emmett, I have just got my money back from Nonko yesterday. I could give you screenshot and details if you email me on how I did that. Background story : I could not thank you enough for all the investigations/and researches done on Nonko. I was one of Nonko’s customer and funded $2k to them earlier January this year. I’ve had my doubts on Nonko but I was also subscribing to AJ Trader’s AwesomeCalls room at that time and one of his moderators/admin named Sergio recommended Nonko. 20:1 leverage is something a noob underfunded fresh trader like me would… Read more »
alex
Guest
This whole scam started way back when I was a mojodaytrading.com room member. Mike Rich from FL. got me as well as many of my friends to put money with them. He would brag that he met the Nonko people in person, and that the money was safe because he used them. One day I asked him why my orders don’t seem to go through sometimes and why I had an account that said (Training) when I logged in with the Das Trader Pro application on my iphone and he told me that there was nothing to worry about, I… Read more »
alex
Guest
This whole scam started way back when I was a mojodaytrading.com room member. Mike Rich from FL. got me as well as many of my friends to put money with them. He would brag that he met the Nonko people in person, and that the money was safe because he used them. One day I asked him why my orders don’t seem to go through sometimes and why I had an account that said (Training) when I logged in with the Das Trader Pro application on my iphone and he told me that there was nothing to worry about, I… Read more »
Peter
Guest
HI there, I was approached be Stoxpit.com to advertise on one of my sites and during the email conversations with different people being Cc in on the emails the nonko email was Cc in and I thought that was weird so I started my research and found your adventure… here are the emails in the conversations Yaniv A. support@nonkotrading.com ( i emailed this email and it doesn’t work – they must of Cc this in by accident) Josh Burley josh@stoxpit.com Ray Chaplin <info@stoxpit.com Ben Green <support@stoxpit.com So I think this means that stoxpit.com is connected to nonko thought I best… Read more »
James
Guest
I think you need to update your site. You should reflect the fact that DTP was pushing ppl toward nonko, there for he is a scammer as well… If you wish to keep your rep as an honest reviewer then keep it real. On a side note it would be good if you could also archive your older reviews, so they are outta the way. One minute I was reading how you couldn’t find any dirt on nonko and that Chris from DTP was using them so they must be legit, then next post your going on about how Nonko… Read more »
Antiguatech
Guest
Antiguatech

Hello guys, as of yesterday G6Trading is still advertising and reviewing the Logix platform scam on YouTube.
See below:
Published on Sep 23, 2015
G6Trading 2 hrs ·
Logix Platform Quick Review https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UktAKHNeS1w

Tami
Guest
Probably this comment will not be published like the last one.. but i’ll try anyway im a trader with G6 Trading for the past 3 years.. I think Emmet is way off with everything, the fact that people are deciding to hear one side it’s pure internet frade and shaming without consider what is the truth and what isn’t @Antiguatech the video above shows exactly what we (people who trader with G6) no for months: “That everything is legit”, im a CTO in and a computer enginner i can say for sure that when order show in the Time and… Read more »
Stray Dog
Guest

@Tami, “Probably this comment will not be published like the last one.. but i’ll try anyway” You’re a CTO and a computer engineer and you don’t know how to post a comment on a public forum! Your employer is in big trouble.

Or
Guest

Hi,

Does anyone knows if this site is related to the whole nonko scam?

http://www.logixtrader.com

Martin
Guest

Another site pushing Nonko

http://www.ibertraders.com/

G SIX Trading
Guest
G SIX Trading

Hi,

I’ll just put it here:

My only comment is that so many things Emmet wrote are simply not truth!

Emmet, I challenge you to trade on Logix with 100 USD of G6 funds, what ever you make you can withdraw, if you lose we ask you for one thing and one thing only:
To tell the truth about Logix..

Waiting for your email, our email is: info.at.g6trading.com

G6 Trading

Stray Dog
Guest

Big spenders … $100, US dollars no less. Phew let me sit down and enjoy the fantasy of having a whole 100 dollars to play the market with. And exactly how does allowing Emmett to withdraw his winnings prove that you have exchange connectivity? If you actually do have a real connection to a real exchange you could prove it without this stupid $100 deal. It’s a mad as Dave’s trading contest with Emmett. How that had anything to do with the accuracy of Emmett’s reviews I still can’t figure out.

Chuck
Guest

You mean what ever he makes he can withdraw it also? Wow what a concept. I thought I was just donating money to you – but now I can withdraw it also – man this is great!!!

Martin
Guest

Did Srinivas get he’s $25 k you owe him?

Catherine
Guest

How does losing $100 make the reviews different? Flipping a coin doesn’t change a thing. Also, in the video the speaker says it’s a review of Logix but doesn’t disclose that G6 is Logix. WTF?

G6’s Facebook also has recent Likes from the two other guys from Logix.

But really, how does winning or losing $100 actually affect reality?

G SIX TRADING
Guest
G SIX TRADING

Hi Emmet,

We Sent you an email last week with a funded account of Logix and more info
as promised in our previous comment.

We are looking forward to your reply and review.

If you didn’t receive it please contact us

Stray Dog
Guest

How does providing Emmett with a funded account prove that you have connections to an exchange? Emmett trades and hopefully he makes a profit. You give him his money. What have you proven? Absolutely nothing. Where is the official documentation proving that you are connected to an exchange?

G6 Trading
Guest

Emmett,
Looking forward to hear from you, also sent you an email regarding this, would love to hear about your experience trading on Logix, its been 2 weeks now.

G6 Trading

Catherine
Guest

I seriously would like to know how setting up one legit account changes anything.

Steven
Guest
To: G6, Logix, Nonko and all the other companies run by Naris Chamroonrat, Ran Armon Yaniv Avnon, So, you think by giving Emmett an account that does not begin with TRN it clears your name? lol… To start with, I would like to address your statement to Emmett “To tell the truth about Logix” I think I may be able to shed some light on this and the real truth, let me explain. I opened a trading account with Nonko via the G6 website in 2013, here Yaniv would solicit people via G6 to Nonko but then just reply via… Read more »
raj
Guest

Steven,
I am also a victim of Nonko fraud and lost money . How can I join you

Daffyd
Guest

Wow – just wow! Sorry to hear this Steven, I hope the authorities catch up with these guys pretty soon.

I was considering G6 and using the Logix platform.. Back to the drawing board for me.

Noam
Guest

Thanks for a great website. The work you’ve put into everything here is impressive and commendable.
As for Nonko, you may want to update this list now:

Proprietary Trading Firms 2015

And thanks again for all this wonderful work you’re doing.

Max
Guest

Are these guys open again????
http://elitetradershub.com
Logix Platform, 20:1 leverage, open a few months, registered on Godaddy since October by domainsbyproxy.com which hides all their information (why hide?), all looks the same. I smell a RAT, you know who…… 🙂

Jeff
Guest

Emmett,

Is Nonko trying to reinvent themselves? This came in my spam folder this morning. Since they are promoting Logix…

http://tradersimulator.com/

BigLou
Guest

Speaking of suretrader is this
http://www.sec.gov/litigation/litreleases/2016/lr23496.htm
same guy as owner of suretrader?

Bryan Medina
Guest
Bryan Medina

Emmett I just opened a trading account with Suretrader today which I have not funded. Few hours later I find this horrid news from Guy Gentile and the SEC litigation. Would you recommend it’s best to close my Suretrader account or would it be safe to trade on this platform despite the Gentile accusations?

Stray Dog
Guest

Don’t fund it until the dust settles and you know what’s happening with Unsuretrader.

al bundy
Guest
Flunky Trader
Guest

Your comment doesn’t make sense. If he executes the trade on logix, and it shows up on the T & S of TOS, then that shows it is hitting the exchange and is being traded. There is no paper trading exchange that all paper trading accounts are linked to lol…

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