Be Careful Doing Business With Right Line Trading Company

Discussion in 'Educational Resources' started by 123r34, Feb 4, 2017.

  1. traderob


    What are you talking about?
    #11     Feb 5, 2017
  2. 123r34


    I was the original poster about Right Line Trading and Dr. Mark Sachs last week.
    I wanted to give an update.

    Yesterday I received an email with this quote from Dr. Mark Sachs as he has threatened to sue me if I go to Visa(which I have done) or any other agency to get a refund.

    "I am making you a special project of this company.

    After you lose the law suit I am going to garnish your wages, your car and your furniture.

    I will teach you that you cannot interfere, slander and libel a business because you did not get a refund you are not entitled to. We do not roll over in the face of clear-cut written letters of extortion.

    See you in court.
    Mark Sachs
    Right Line Trading
    Phone: +1 (855) 765-6681
    Skype: RightLineTrading

    My "clear-cut written letters of extortion." was continuing to ask for a refund backed up with too many actual facts, their ad copy and emails saying I was getting a refund. While I was in the room I noticed noticed that he had lost his butt on many occasions but it wasn't showing up on the daily performance as the daily performance wasn't being posted. I asked Rory about this and he said they were just behind posting. Somehow a few months later those many horrible trading days turned into profitable months. Imagine that.
    What I paid for was what RLT calls Transition Zone. It does the trades from RLT's server and is hands off on my part. Their Tech installed it on my computer. There are 2 attachments, 1 is my actual results and the other is RLT's posted results. RLT's results show big gains and somehow I have losses. Again, imagine that.
    Someone sent me a lawsuit from the state of Florida. Dr. Mark Sachs was busted for running a pill mill and had his medical license suspended. I wish I had found that out in advance. Character matters, lack of character matters more.
    Anyway, Thanks again.
    #12     Feb 10, 2017
  3. motif


    I would immediately file a complaint with the CFTC, with all pertinent information and statements.
    #13     Feb 11, 2017
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  4. 123r34


    I'm not sure they have any jurisdiction over trade rooms that are "for educational purposes only" but I am going to call them to find out. If anybody knows of any agencies that have authority over "educational" trade rooms let me know.
    #14     Feb 11, 2017
  5. motif


    The CFTC is cracking down on rouge trade room vendors. They just indicted a bunch of them. Good luck.
    #15     Feb 11, 2017
  6. 123r34


    Thank you, I'll call them. My goal is to make this the most expensive $1699 Dr Mark Sachs of Right Line Trading ever took from someone. All I have to do is tell the truth using his own emails and website. The internet will make him famous. Somehow he forgot that ethics and reputation matter in business. The internet will help him remember.
    #16     Feb 11, 2017
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  7. yiehom


    Why on earth did you go that way in the first place? You don't even seem to put any part of the blame on yourself, as you sincerely believe a money printer could be sold for 1600+, or any amount for that matter, by a person who probably met you in the trading business. I believe you just want that money back to pass it over to another better selling wizard.
    #17     Feb 12, 2017
  8. 123r34


    I trade manually fulltime. This was automated and supposedly had a good track record. If it made only averaged $50 per day it would have paid for itself in 2 months. I wasn't looking to get rich quick, just something that would chug along while I traded. With a no risk guarantee I shouldn't have had anything to lose.
    #18     Feb 12, 2017
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  9. mpdxc


    Tradingschools had a review of Rightline for a while. However, in the first review Emmett was fooled by Sachs who sent him a photo of a fake wharton phd, trying to pass himself off as a former business professor. Instead he was an md without the requisite license to do plastic surgery where he got several complaints of mutilations. Then he tried the pill pushing, avoided going to jail by paying the feds over a million dollars, then in his current incarnation is a typical ninjatrader dummy indicator and strategy scam room vendor. He even reneged on his updated review promising to show his results truthfully, but now as you've reported, doing the same scam fake results tricks every other vendor has done in the decades since online day trading started. Tradingschools needs to put up their list of reviews in a tabulated form. Too many newbies to day trading are missing the reviews done already by Emmett on sites they get fooled into signing up.
    #19     Feb 16, 2017
  10. Right Line Trading

    RE: 123r34

    Dear Sirs:

    The client, hereafter referred to as ML purchased software from Right Line Trading on 10/18/16. He was provided with a 15-day money back guarantee. He requested a refund well after the guarantee period had expired. He was informed of this by our customer service department.

    Instead of dropping the matter he threatened to post defamatory material on the Internet in a forum such as this, in an attempt to damage the company if we did not return his money. He was informed that Right Line Trading would sue him if he followed through will his threat. His threat in fact, met the legal definition of extortion. The threat to sue ML (court action), is the mechanism that civilized society has created to arbitrate problems such as this.

    ML filed a dispute (chargeback) with his credit card company in early February of this year. He provided them with a mountain of material to review to prove his case. This company responded on February 12, 2017.

    Two weeks later, ML lost the refund request. His own credit card company denied him a refund. ML has now taken his case before one impartial organization. I say impartial with some hesitation as it is well know that credit card companies heavily favor the buyer over the seller: nonetheless, he lost.

    ML has carried through with his threat to defame the company. Right Line Trading will carry through with its promise to sue ML for damages incurred from this defamation. ML has already lost this case once, which his credit card company, he will lose the case a second time in front of a second impartial forum, the court and a jury.

    ML has comported himself in manner unique to the history of Right Line Trading. We consider all our members to be part of our trading family and have 65 loyal members in our morning live trading room.

    If any members of this forum would like to speak to me personally they are welcome to call me in the office at any time.


    Mark Sachs

    Right Line Trading

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    #20     Mar 4, 2017