Forex Peace Army – proven scam

Forex is an extremely popular method of trading with a subculture all its own. As such, you can find countless websites online that are all dedicated to this particular industry. Many are good, most are not and there are a number that sit somewhere in between. Today we want to address Forex Peace Army.

Their Mission

According to their homepage, the Forex Peace Army is dedicated to being your free Forex market guardian. Elsewhere they state that scammers will wish you hadn’t found their website. While this is certainly a commendable claim, we would be curious how they make their money then. The site is obviously a professional job, so they must be bringing in money somehow to keep the lights on. At the top of the page is a banner ad for Nord FX. So we assume that’s where they’re getting their funding. While we don’t hold sponsorship against them, we would be curious to know what would happen if Nord FX offered sub-par service or attempted to scam someone. Other ads we found were for companies offering MT4 services. Again, while we respect them going after potentially malicious Forex operators, we would be curious how unbiased they are when it comes to their sponsors.

Forex Reviews

One section on their site is called Forex Reviews. This is definitely a great option and a no brained when you consider how many Forex services and products are currently available today. We could definitely use a set place where people could provide their feedback as opposed to on forums and all over the rest of the internet. The problem is we are not sure if Forex Peace Army is up to the job. We need a proven site like Amazon to spearhead something like this. We are just not convinced that Forex Peace Army will be able to regulate that section like they’d need to. Otherwise, what’s stopping a scammer from going on there and giving themselves great reviews? Or going on there and hurting the reviews of one of their competitors? It’s a good idea, we are just not sure it’s possible.


One of the best parts about a free service is that there are no strings attached. But to benefit from many areas on Forex Peace Army it seems you need to register first. We got enough emails and notifications as it is and don’t particularly want anymore. We are pretty sure many people feel the same way. While we admire Forex Peace Army’s intent and strategy, we are just not sure they’re able to pull it off, unfortunately.

Allow customers to express their opinions

What is the meaning of removing rating stars from individual comments? Does this not lead to rectification of man’s experience and imposition of their opinion? Who gives the right FPA for this? Or FPA thinks it is so strong that it can seduce people to think like FPA. Think about it.