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    • daddy_bro
    • By daddy_bro 1st Sep 16, 11:52 PM
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    daddy_bro
    Anybody heard of CWL
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    • 1st Sep 16, 11:52 PM
    Anybody heard of CWL 1st Sep 16 at 11:52 PM
    I've had a couple of phone calls from a company called CWL offering a system for buying and selling shares. They make wild promises about making 10% per month. I've searched everywhere on line but cannot find anyone with a bad word to say about them but then again there is very little out there apart from some press releases and a tiny number of forum treads.
    Has anyone heard of them, good or bad?

    Sorry for making this my first post in ten years membership, been very busy.
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    • elephantrosie
    • By elephantrosie 11th Jun 17, 7:25 PM
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    elephantrosie
    is this a ponzi scheme?
    Getting bored of my 9 to 5 job.
    • AnotherJoe
    • By AnotherJoe 11th Jun 17, 9:01 PM
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    AnotherJoe
    is this a ponzi scheme?
    Originally posted by elephantrosie
    No. A Ponzi scheme is completely different.
    It's just a straightforward scam.
    Last edited by AnotherJoe; 11-06-2017 at 10:30 PM.
    • daddy_bro
    • By daddy_bro 14th Jun 17, 11:30 PM
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    daddy_bro
    Run guys, just run from these guys. I'm a victim after persistent calls fell for it .....................huge regret, the software is so disappointing, prompts you to buy the "so called" best stock and you eventually lose you money, so what's the point predicting that you buy that stock! Anyways I realised I've been an idiot, called them after trading for 5months that I'll like to pull out, apparently accepted my reasons, emailed me to confirm closure of account within their so-called 30days processing period, it's been 90days or more now, i have called trying to at least see if i can get some money back, apparently the deal sold to me was that if I'm not happy they can buy back the software at a discount price, so I at least get some quids back - ALL LIES!!, calls just drops each time or is permanently engaged, I guess someone has blocked my email, they won't response to my email as well - Lost in total £2995 - SO SAD!
    Originally posted by Ladidemi1
    Sorry to hear you were scammed, that sucks but thank you for warning us and anyone else who might read this.
    I missed the previous replies to this thread so apologies to the other guys who responded. I chucked the correspondence they sent me ages ago so can't remember the detail but they sent me a glossy brochure which started out by saying that
    "Banks make millions on the stock market by using specialised software that can predict rises and falls, and now you can too"
    It then goes on to tell you how great it is without really telling you anything about the 'system' or how it works. Big on claims and zero content
    I also figured after a bit of searching that the forum posts were fake so wised up, did my own research and decided to do my own thing for better or worse.
    • Malthusian
    • By Malthusian 15th Jun 17, 2:32 PM
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    Malthusian
    It's time to change your phone number. You're on a mugs list.
    Originally posted by Vortigern
    Quite. Ignore the cold calls that you will be getting shortly telling you that they can help you recover your money (if you pay them £X to cover legal costs).

    That would still be pretty one sided unless they were sharing your losses too.
    by Glen Clark
    Exactly my point, which is why people should ask why CWL aren't offering this.
    • ttt123
    • By ttt123 15th Jun 17, 7:47 PM
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    ttt123
    company dissolved 4/4/17 .. big scam
    • daddy_bro
    • By daddy_bro 16th Jun 17, 9:17 AM
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    daddy_bro
    company dissolved 4/4/17 .. big scam
    Originally posted by ttt123
    Probably started up again under a new name.
    • Gadfium
    • By Gadfium 16th Jun 17, 10:22 AM
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    Gadfium
    company dissolved 4/4/17 .. big scam
    Originally posted by ttt123
    Never.
    I am so surprised. They had all the hallmarks of being genuine....

    /sarcasm
    • Smoth
    • By Smoth 27th Jun 17, 11:44 AM
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    Smoth
    CWL Quick Trade System – #Rip-off-Briton
    CWL Quick Trade System – #Rip-off-Briton

    I brought this software with the 100% guarantee return, It all seemed fine as the support was good even though I kept losing money. Now my year is up to retrieve a money back guarantee the company is now vanished. John Mathews was very persistent as I told them three time I was not interested, they managed to get me on a good day and now I'm trying to get me money back. If I get the money back I will stop going through the entire world network naming and shaming these below people.

    Name and shame – do not buy this software as it just loses your money.

    John Matthews AKA Peter Mathews
    Mark Kane Support Desk
    Charlie Davis Support Desk
    William Lawrence Senior Analyst

    Below was the only thing I could find on Clive.

    MR CLIVE WILLIAM LAWRENCE is a Training Consultant from Bridgwater Somerset. This person was born in April 1970, which was over 47 years ago. MR CLIVE WILLIAM LAWRENCE is British and resident in England. This company officer is, or was, associated with at least 1 company roles.
    Their most recent appointment, in our records, was to CWL TRAINING LIMITED on 2014-06-02.

    Address
    The Hollies, Woolavington Hill
    Woolavington
    Bridgwater
    Somerset
    TA7 8HG
    England
    • Wayne Canwell
    • By Wayne Canwell 9th Jul 17, 1:52 PM
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    Wayne Canwell
    Smoth
    I'm in the same place.
    Appeared on the face of it to be a system but clearly just a scam.
    As they used a third party card handler for the deposit on a credit card, there is little chance of S75 of the Consumer Credit Act being useful although card companies differ so its worth a try.

    I suspect these people will all vanish and do it again under different names.
    Last edited by Wayne Canwell; 09-07-2017 at 1:58 PM. Reason: update
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