8 responses to “Tesler App Review”

  1. Caroline Tan says:

    I nearly committed to it too.. I found out about this software through 1K Daily Profit. The moment I receive their email link to create my account, my hp rang.. A woman spoke to me over the phone and the number that appear is a foreign number but however, it says origin is from Singapore. The email link brings me to Opteck which I believe it’s a broker’s firm.

    As for the call, I started to get suspicious and asked her where is she calling from and why is she calling. She said she is calling from Cyprus and she is an associate. I asked where is their HQ and was told that is in Belize and that they have offices all over the world as well.

    I told her I would like to read up more before deciding to create an account. She said that’s the reason why she is calling n that is to help me create my account and guide me through. I was told that the system is fully automated and that I just have to wait for the money to comes in which seems too good to be true in my opinion.

    After the phone call, I went to dig up more reviews and read some said they couldn’t get back to their page and login to their app. Some review said that their staff are all actors and testimonials are all fake. Some couldn’t get their money back. When I tried Googling Tesler, there’s no such name pops up, only can find Tesla which is the car company. Checked out 1K Daily Profit Facebook page and its all spam n people were commenting that its a scam. Went to my email and want to unsubscribe but there isn’t any that I could click to.

    I doubt that there is really such an software. Perhaps that’s their strategy to get new leads to sign up with the broker. As for whether you will make any profit, that will be another matter.

    All I can say is that before committing to any, do your research first. Trust your instincts. I may be wrong but If they are the real deal, they will always there for you.

    For now, I am just thankful that I did manage to put my credit card details now.

  2. Ja Red says:

    It’s good thing that I’ve read this article. I almost committed into Tesler2. They were persuading me to deposit right away and when I asked ‘why is it to be right away?’ they just said it’s the best time to trade and then I think again. I don’t wanna here any words from them so I hung up. The very moment I signed up I saw a video that looks like a broken one, it won’t stop on playing and at that time, I hesitate already. And one more thing, they won’t stop calling me over and over again. Last night I received a missed call again from them, it’s very suspicious for me, because if you are a legit licensed broker and an investor ignored your call you wouldn’t waste your time calling the investor who ignored you knowing there are plenty more out there who needs your assistance. I’m just glad I read this article.

  3. Syed Umair says:

    Recently i register with Tesler 2.. i received 3 calls immediately to pressurize me to pay at-lease $250/ and later on they gv me offer if you deposit $500 your balance show as $1000/.. thats looks suspicious.. its too good for any trading/investment firm.. so i hassle them i dnt hv my card rite now. so they told me they have limited no of accounts if i cant deposit with in 30 mins so they block my account and hangup the phone rudely.. this attitude helps me to made my decision of never gv them a single penny.. and i saved.

  4. Claudia says:

    I didn’t even join. I joined this other site called Ecom-Crusher for $194 and it was supposed to make you 10 webpages with a domain and web address. So I join and it ends up that I have to all the work myself right from scratch so I unsubscribed and he or she wouldn’t give me my money. He sends me an email saying he set me up with an account. Had an receipt number, verification number, payment date, payment status and that there was already $9,484.98 in this account. He never said what the account was. I told him I wanted it in writing that this was actually true. He did but still didn’t say what the site was but sent a link. When I went to try and sign on to the site it wouldn’t let me. So I looked up Tesler Trading System 2 on Google and everyone of them said it was a scam except they’re site of course. So I emailed him and told him if he doesn’t refund me I’m going to report him because he signed me up for an account that I didn’t ask him to.

  5. 'Tis Moi says:

    “Perfect for 100% Beginers or Pro’s”…. apparently, Tesler can’t even hire an editor?

    This is obviously a fake site/app. Why isn’t this Steven Abrahams guy in jail?

  6. Frustrated beyond belief says:

    Internet is an amazing thing, problem is, there are hundreds of fake sites and people getting lured into them. Stick to old fashioned research, I go to my lawyer, there are lawyers that will give free advise on whether a site is fake or real. The one thing I have learned from internet is to never and I do mean never, give any personal info out. I do my banking at the bank or via a phone, never on the net. No internet site has any of my personal information for any reason whatsoever. Be safe, if it sounds too good to be true, it most likely is and with the internet, go with the fact that it is till you get solid and unequivocal proof that it is not.

  7. Michael James says:

    how is it legal for the promo for this scam be on the home page of Yahoo?

  8. imma immanuel says:

    Hi am interested

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