Has anyone ever been involved or knows anyone involved with MTA LIVE? The guy that runs it all is Matt Travis: https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004967944572
Official website: http://mtalive.com
MTA LIVE accused of being a scam: http://www.trade2win.com/boards/educational-resources/190506-mike-douglas-mta-online-scam-3.htmlhttp://www.brokeragesdaytrading.com/article/728121152/62-matt-travis-mike-douglas-and-the-mta-live-scam-mastery-trading-academy-/
You'll see on his Facebook profile how he frequently uploads screenshots from MT4 of huge profits. I've seen some screenshots where he's made half a million pounds... But, the usual question must always be asked, if he's capable of making all that damn money, why is he so interested in helping others? He addressed this in a comment, where he said something along the lines of making all this money gets lonely, and that he wants to help others. Really? Hmm... He's also stated in a video that he's aware of the two blogs above accusing MTA of being a scam, and, obviously, dismissed them. I've also seen countless of people applauding and complimenting him on his Facebook statuses, so I'm confused.
I've been following his profile for a while now, and he seems like a very genuine person. He also occasionally uploads short videos. On their official website, I've seen logos of ABC, Bloomberg, etc, with no direct links, and so many fake, scamming auto-traders online place these logos on their website to look authentic. However, I see that those big corporate logos are no longer there. There seems to be a new 12-month apprenticeship beginning at the start of every month, I think.
I contacted Matt himself via Facebook, and expressed my interests. I soon received a call from someone that works alongside Matt, explaining about the 12-month apprenticeship. Monday's and Thursday's, I think, are webinars, and Wednesday's are live trading days. They wanted me to deposit £500 into 24FX via their affiliate-link, but I didn't go ahead with it.
They now have an office now in The Shard, in London, and Matt has expressed ambitions of "taking over" and expanding. I'm sure this is the real deal, but it just seems a little too good to be true.