Colin Gladman is an amateur and fraud
I decided to sign up because he’s been tweeting some fairly impressive gains.
On my first visit, I saw that he had posted a play, which the room seemed to be following. I chose not to play it since I was merely interested in the outcome.
Later, he posted the play’s gains, but with a different entry price (and you can see the post has been altered), which I noticed.
I wrote him an instant message asking why the price is different because I didn’t want to confront him in front of everyone.
He loses his cool, calls me a fool, and says he’s throwing me out.
I agreed and requested a refund. He claims, among other things, that “he will find me,” “f**k around and find out,” and “come roll up on me and say this to my face.”
When all is said and done, he says, “Give me your email and member name and I’ll refund the money.”
I handed it to him, and now I can’t get in and I can’t get a refund.
WTF What sort of business, or investment guy, would behave in such a manner? He seems to be a complete thief. There are much too many trustworthy rooms to spend $25,000 a month on this psycho.
- Colin Gladman
- Amarillo, Texas United States
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