The creators of Leo Trader Pro go to great lengths to “prove their proof” as they put it. To do this, they provide access to a live trading account so you can see the software in action.
They also invest quite a lot of energy in dismissing the claims of their competitors, implying that their ‘proof’ of earnings are fraudulent.
Once you get past the constant (and sometimes draining) insistence that the “proof” is irrefutable, the methodology behind this robot can be learned. It is called Neural Nets. It’s not long before the content returns to how all other forex robots simply do not work though.
The rest of the facts are directly below.
Feedback & Overview
Actual Customer Feedback:
“this is the worst forex robot i have ever had, it keep crashing and crashing and have to restart metatrader 4 all the time. run it for 3 days not a single trade. support very poor message sent for 2 days no reply.”
Portion of actual user comment on forexsystemresources.com
“I’m an expert in forex and robots, but this is the first and only time that a robot was so painful to handle and put to work. “
Portion of actual user comment on forexpeacearmy.com
Summary: Slightly disappointing reviews for the Leo Trader Pro forex robot. Some consumers report good results with the software, but these are diluted somewhat by more negative feedback, resulting in a lukewarm rating here.
Company info: LeoTraderPro.com was registered on 10 November 2010
Product Specifications: Automated forex trading software. Instant digital download
Return Policy: Full 60 days 100% refund guarantee