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Currency Messenger – Forex FRN Reviews

We have Currency Messenger from the Trading Authority Publishing group is a new trading software, we have exclusive user reviews on this product. The price for this system is not yet announced and it is being sold on the payment processor Plimus.

Tagline: How individual traders can now tap into the top 15 banks and hedge funds trading intelligence strategies to trade less, earn more and enjoy their freedom.


Type: Being called a sniper software, my guess this is some sort of trade copier.

This Currency Messenger really has no price as of yet but if you are interested in this I suggest that you do a lot of research and talk to some of the Forex Robot Nation users.

Results: The only results provided for the Currency Messenger seem to in a video on the main page. Following is an example of what you are likely to see as proof if you are interested in purchasing this system. The problem with this type of Forex results is that it  really does not show a true image of the strategy itself and thus not depicting how the Forex product will actually perform.  This is not an insinuation about Currency Messenger on behalf of Forex Robot Nation but an astute observation of the market for Forex products itself. 

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Here at Forex Robot Nation you will be able to find the best reviews on Currency Messenger from real Forex traders. We have a strong community that are fully involved in the process of our Forex reviews which include a dedication to testing and discussion. Our users and expert traders will be able to help you earn a lot of money utilizing Forex trading systems and strategies.

If you have any information about Currency Messenger that you would like to contribute to the conversation then you can leave your thoughts below. Generally the products that get the most posts are obviously the most popular but keep in mind there are many products that don’t have the hype but certainly have the profit.

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It is time for you to have your say on Currency Messenger so leave a comment below and tell the Forex Robot Nation community what you think! If you like it or you hate it we want to know everything about Currency Messenger.

About Patrick Ryan

Patrick is a Forex enthusiast, with over 10 years of experience in finance, and market analysis. He's eager to help traders achieve their goals, whether they are short or long-term. Patrick's penned thousands of reviews, and is always available to discuss trading with anyone who's interested.


  1. A had my suspicions during the sales video when the presenter referred to “fibinacki” instead of “fibonachi”
    No one with any trading cred says “fibonacki”.

  2. Oh my goodness! a tremendous article dude. Thank you Nonetheless I’m experiencing difficulty with ur rss . Don’t know why Unable to subscribe to it. Is there anybody getting identical rss downside? Anyone who is aware of kindly respond. Thnkx

  3. Keep it up guys and thanks for your inputs Bernard and Bonnie. This is the way to go and I think we are finally getting to these scamsters. I just wish FRN would be more proactive and take the bull by the horns. It would definitely help. Anyway, it good to know that Kim is better and back. All the best and Cheers to all.
    Sspread the c8te

  4. Currency Messenger is a total scam…Never before have I seen or heard so many lies and deceptions as this. Theu want you to believe you have to “qualify” to be invited to watch the webinar. In reality all they are interested in is getting your name. They will keep sending you email messages to watch each webinar. Being that it is pre recorded and not live each webinatr scheduled at a different day and time is actually the same thing. Then during the webinar they ask you to submit any questions you may have. Of course there is nobody there to read any questions because the webinar is not live They lead you to believe you are attending a live webinar by a character named Howard Hark (which is a name made up for this scam) who keeps bragging he is the guru to the major hedge funds. Yeah right. First of all the webinar was NOT live as they would lead you to believe. Its a 2 hour and 38 minute PRE-RECORDED sales pitch to try and sell worthless software. The final cost of this software package is $997 but that’s after its presented as being worth many thousands of dollars. What a joke. The software has “Buy and Sell” signal donated by blue or red arrows. Do people still fall for this nonsense? They show phony charts with signals that buy low and sell high. There is even a message at the end of the sales pitch that says only 2 people in any city will be able to purchase and qualify for this package of crap they are selling. They even give you a web page to place your order. But it’s only a page where they ask for your email address so they can direct you to another site to take your credit card information. Do not waste your money on this garbage or waste your time watching this pre-recorded sales pitch. They have even planted phony publicity releases about this seminar and Howard Hawk. Google “Currency Messenger” and you will see entry after entry praising the merits of Howard Hark and Currency Messenger. Try and leave the page at any of these webistes and a message comes up saying “don’t leave the page” or something similar to that. Today they are sending email messages to the list of suckers who submitted their names and email information to tell inform them they (Currency Messenger) is giving away a ‘scholarship’ to some lucky person which means they are giving away the software free of charge. Another marketing ploy no doubt. I suppose there are enough gullible people that will fall victim to this deception. A few months ago they ran a similar promotion named “Nova Code” by another made up character whose name was Barron Sanctus. Same way of doing business. Phony pre-recorded webinars, giving away trial versions of worthless software etc. etc. Bottom Line: This is decetion at its finest. Stay away.

  5. I purchased Forex Messenger earlier this week. What I received after the webinar when i logged on fell well short of what was promised.
    I sent emails to their customer support but these have not been acknowledged.
    Has anyone in your community any experience of this company or is there a way of making contact with them.
    Bernard Kelly

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