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#1 mattr

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Posted 16 September 2014 - 04:15 AM

I have never had a complaint about MW but they are more becoming like all the other bucket shops..

look at the expiration price: 1.10792

 

http://gyazo.com/862...31bbf3c0738660b

 

now have a look at the following picture which clearly (!!) shows on their own data feed that price never went below 1.10798!

 

http://gyazo.com/ef0...b139eb685c18ca7

 

today I have received the following message:

 

Dear Valued Customer,

We have reviewed your query with respect to trade 1X6A534, USDCAD, taken at 2014-09-15 12:12:28 GMT. The outcome of the trade has been confirmed and is correct.

Should you require further assistance please feel free either to reply to this email or for the fastest response from us please contact our 24 Hour Customer Services Representatives, who are available to assist 24 hours a day during the trading week.

Kind regards,

Anna Harris
MarketsWorld Customer Services

30 Athol Street, Douglas,
Isle of Man, IM1 1JB, Great Britain
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Fax: +44 (0) 1624 675 662



#2 neddihrehat

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Posted 30 September 2015 - 02:43 AM

Just took this trade on Demo.

And it was pissing me off even if its a Demo.

 

Bid+Ask/2  => 10 pips difference??

Am I kidding me??

 

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And when price was going up, it finally decided to go down to show off :D .

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#3 Matt-Dawg

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Posted 30 September 2015 - 04:24 AM

@nedd.. damn my fault your right..



#4 Arrow

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Posted 01 October 2015 - 12:25 AM

I do not understand the screenshot at all? On the 2nd screenshot, your entry time and chart time are not the same? -_-


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#5 neddihrehat

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Posted 01 October 2015 - 01:11 AM

I do not understand the screenshot at all? On the 2nd screenshot, your entry time and chart time are not the same? -_-

Its the same entry, 15 m exp...

What I pointed was the price. You see those red markings around the price? I mean those... -_-

Look at the price, look at the difference and the lag.

Price never went below the level I entered. But in MT4, it was clearly showing some noticeable movement.

 

See again,

in first screenshot, the price in MT4 is going down... but the MW is not moving that much...

2 minutes later, on second screenshot, the price in MT4 was going up very fast and the price in MW was going down at the same speed.

 

 

And My entry was at 1.12153 and in mt4, it went waaay below that level no matter how you sum up the Bid+Ask/2,

But in MW, it never went down to that level ever again.

 

 

Clear?


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Posted 01 October 2015 - 04:35 AM

Hey neddihrehat. Are you kidding you?? I have to agree with arrow buddy. I am not seeing any issue with the second screen shot. The first one I don’t see the time references. On the second group of images you say the prices are different but they are 10minutes apart based on the times on the screen shots. The two you circled from the same time are only 2 pipettes different! No two feeds will be totally identical I don’t see 2 pipettes as a real issue buddy. Also what charting are you running on MT4, because  MT4’s own data feed is known to have a lot of issues. I had problems using it in the past. It would be good if MarketsWorld would integrate with MT4 tbh but if you think you have been duped contact them, I always do and they are pretty upfront, I even got a trade reversed! Just bear in mind that the data you see maybe totally out of wack, I made the same mistake in using freestockcharts. Just my two cents :)



#7 neddihrehat

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Posted 01 October 2015 - 12:20 PM

Hey neddihrehat. Are you kidding you?? I have to agree with arrow buddy. I am not seeing any issue with the second screen shot. The first one I don’t see the time references. On the second group of images you say the prices are different but they are 10minutes apart based on the times on the screen shots. The two you circled from the same time are only 2 pipettes different! No two feeds will be totally identical I don’t see 2 pipettes as a real issue buddy. Also what charting are you running on MT4, because  MT4’s own data feed is known to have a lot of issues. I had problems using it in the past. It would be good if MarketsWorld would integrate with MT4 tbh but if you think you have been duped contact them, I always do and they are pretty upfront, I even got a trade reversed! Just bear in mind that the data you see maybe totally out of wack, I made the same mistake in using freestockcharts. Just my two cents :)

It was a Demo. :)

 

But, Look at the screenshot closely, MW was LAGGING! When MT4 price was going down, it still stayed up for 2 minutes. 2 MINUTES! And then when MT4 was going up, MW was going down. Its like MT4 knew the future of MW 2 minutes ahead. I could be ITM if I traded a 2 minutes exp.

I use either MT4, MT5 or TradingView. You can't just say all of these are lagging and MW was right on price.

Obviously the datafeed is different, but 10 pips difference is a very bad difference when a single point can get you OTM.

 

What I showed you was my entry, the current price in MT4 and current price in MW. If you can't read something from a screenshot, then I can't either :D .

 

Finally, I'm not here to prove anything, not even trying to say that this broker is scam. I'm only showing a problem to community so they can know that it happened before.

TC!


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Posted 02 October 2015 - 05:09 AM

 if this were true then you should have no problem beating MW as you say you have a 2  minute head start... I have not seen anything like that but I could be wrong... I have been wrong before :) although it seems you never have been :D


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#9 neddihrehat

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Posted 02 October 2015 - 05:23 AM

 if this were true then you should have no problem beating MW as you say you have a 2  minute head start... I have not seen anything like that but I could be wrong... I have been wrong before :) although it seems you never have been :D

LOL... No dude... I've been wrong before too :D ... Otherwise I'd be the richest rich person in the world.


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