Full Velocity Review- Scam

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Because it “thrived in volatile markets,” the Full Velocity trading bot was promoted as a tool for successful trading.   

That lasted until the stock market became truly volatile.   

It’s over for James Ward’s Full Velocity trading bot scheme now.   

On May 9th, Ward made his Full Velocity affiliate debut. Two days into the Terra Collapse, this was the scene.   

With this market, we’re in completely new territory.   

There have been many positive and negative developments since February of 2021. As the market has fluctuated, our bot has stayed on top of things. We’re currently in the midst of a 45-day downturn in the stock market.   

With a hedge strategy, which is what we use, the ups and downs of the market are played. Since then, there have been no positives.   

Full Velocity’s bot had a utilization rate of 62.5 percent.   

Ward was willing to answer questions, but he wouldn’t provide any assistance after dismissing concerns about “the market.”   

In the event that you have a specific question about what to do, don’t even bother asking. I can’t help you with that.   

We hope that the number rises, and then we’ll go from there.   

Ward’s bot continued to fail for the next 24 hours, and the number didn’t rise.   

A “sorry for your loss” message was posted on May 10th (Ward’s webinar videos were uploaded to YouTube with a 24-hour delay).   

“If you had a look at our accounts the other day, you’d see that we were running at about 80% utilization. When the Luna crash occurred, the bot was unable to navigate quickly enough to sell positions in order to raise the utilization rate to an acceptable level. So, as a result, the company went bankrupt. After a year of excellent service, we encountered a situation that (the bot) simply couldn’t handle. What we went through could not possibly be any worse. Even worse than what happened to us, this was the norm.”   

Ward claims that he has cut off Full Velocity’s Telegram groups as a result of the collapse. Ward’s Full Velocity YouTube videos no longer allow comments. 

In contrast to Ward’s May 10th video, in this one he invites Full Velocity affiliates to participate in a Q & A session. One inquired, ” How could we lose more than 90% if there were only 90 p?” No, it’s not.   

The utilization rate is a measure of how much of your money is actually working in the market, to which Ward responded, “However, if you were to check your balance at any point in time yesterday, you would have found it to be extremely low.” Eventually, it reached 1%. When you’re trading futures, a portion of your money is set aside to cover the margin. You’ll either face a margin call or a liquidation if you don’t have enough cash on hand to cover that point in time. In the crypto market, they’re basically the same thing. So, yes, you saw exactly what I meant.   

Ward appears to believe that a new Full Velocity bot will fix the problems he created with false “volatile market” marketing claims. 

By now, you should be aware that we made an announcement about the release of a new bot in the middle of May, which means about three weeks ago, at the latest. 

That continues to be the case. Our new bot will arrive on May 16th. We’re making good progress. We’ve got a system that’s unbelievable. Awe-inspiring technology that works is at our disposal.   

The month of May is nearly over. There have been no public updates from the May 11th video from Ward since then.   

Full Velocity’s website makes no mention of the launch of a new bot.   

Ward’s previous crypto Ponzi schemes, such as Full Velocity, were open to anyone who wanted to join and use the bot for free.   

Full Velocity’s bot was used at no risk by Ward, who received 30 percent of the profit generated by Full Velocity’s bot.   

Ward received a third of any ROI generated by the bot. If the bot is a failure, Ward keeps the money he has collected.   

“It’s harrowing from a human standpoint. Because I know that some families will be affected by this, it’s like seeing this is like seeing a death. And that pisses me off. So it’s frustrating to hear that some of you referred friends and family members who were close to you. And I still believe it to be the case, as well. As absurd as it sounds, our vision hasn’t shifted at all, as I previously stated. As a company, our course of action has not shifted.”   

Despite the fact that it is not a Ponzi scheme, James Ward is the only person to have profited from Full Velocity outside of the MLM opportunity (which he controls).

Because it “thrived in volatile markets,” the Full Velocity trading bot was promoted as a tool for successful trading.    That lasted until the stock market became truly volatile.    It’s over for James Ward’s Full Velocity trading bot scheme now.    On May 9th, Ward made his Full Velocity affiliate debut. Two days into…

Because it “thrived in volatile markets,” the Full Velocity trading bot was promoted as a tool for successful trading.    That lasted until the stock market became truly volatile.    It’s over for James Ward’s Full Velocity trading bot scheme now.    On May 9th, Ward made his Full Velocity affiliate debut. Two days into…

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