Agora Financial Reviews
About Agora Financial
Agora Financial is a website and company that publishes information for their members on a variety of topics, which include many different newsletters both free and paid that members can opt into.
This company may be best known for their financial publications, which include a wide variety of approaches toward finances and investments, from traditional stock investments to penny stock options all the way to their newest publication, that has to do identifying potentially valuable coins.
Their newest publication asks a very basic question, "Do you have any of these coins in your pocket?" Because according to their independently conducted research, holding on to certain coins that are in production right now might be one of the safest and easiest investment opportunities to come along in more than 30 years.
Their video presentation says that in 1964 and in 1982, there was a certain type of coin produced that eventually rose so dramatically in value, that if you would have know what coins these were in 1964 and saved them, they would now have increased 616% in value.
In addition, these coins currently would not be difficult to find. They say that if you've purchased anything in the last 24 hours, or even just flip over your couch cushions, you probably have one of these coins.
Purchasing access to their publication will get you access to all the information you need to know what specific coin to find, how to find them, and what to do with them after you have found them.
Customers who questions about what else they have to offer, or whether they offer a refund policy should they have any complaints about what they receive can submit a question to their website, call their toll free number 1-800-708-1020, or mail them at the address 808 St. Paul St., Baltimore, MD 21201.
If you have any experience with this company, please leave your Agora Financial reviews below.
8 ‘Agora Financial’ Reviews
Me and by boyfriend used Agora Financial's services over 5 years ago.
Soon after signing up for their services we decided to upgrade to Platinum Reserve. It costed quite a lot - around $4000 as far as I remember.
We received a very little return and decided not to invest anymore.
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I have been a supporter of Bill Bonner and Jim Rickard for a while as they are undeniably smart. Although I am now questioning how successful investors and honest they are. The trades on Strategic Intelligence since inception are overall loosing money or at best a wash. Also recently I subscribed to Jim Rickard's Project Prophesy based on insider's suspicious trading which is a good idea. The sale pitch presents 15 to 20 option trades with high returns on a short number of days. Upon accessing the subscription you can realize that those trades were never placed and were probably only back tested and that in between the many open/closed trades there are mostly losing trades and a few winning trades for an overall huge loss. Nobody can trade that and of course the customer service sticks to the non-refundable claim despite the flagrant misrepresentation.
they are scam artists at best. I used a credit card to sign up for a program and paid $1785. Every investment they recommended tanked so I lost the program cost plus everything I invested.
The sad part is they then used my credit card info and put thru another charge of $1000. I disputed the charge without success. They told the credit card company that I had agreed to a lifetime subscription..They claimed I had talked to some dude named Wagner. I never talked to anyone and never heard of Wagner. I was sending nasty emails calling them liars and con artist. Now they have blocked all my emails so they come back as undeliverable.s Nice folks!
Paid him 2000 and he did nothing for me fast talking scam artist
I paid thousands for a lifetime membership and they were supposed to make me money. They did not. After a few years they always wanted more money from me to give me more info. They have some good info that will make some people money but you may have to wait 6 years before you start making it. I did not make any money with them but I am more of a trader than an investor.
The Doug Casey is a scam because in the video he said that you don't need to know anything about pot or nothing about stock market which is not true otherwise you end up like me losing or got take away the $3000 dollars Casey platinum subscription by this company Agora Financial so if you don't have at least $15000 to invest don't do it because they're gonna still your money and by the way the 6 pot stocks are CBWTF, IIPR, TWMJF, GRWG, KSHB, ABCCF , So don't spend any money in this crap .
Their main pitch is that one of their many many 'Supposed' experts will advise you on their particular investment schemes that will make you a lot of money on a small and even less that a dollar price make a steady nice profit and in some cases a millionaire in t very short time. Any where from a week to a year. It's not that they give you a particular stock or stocks to invest in but you make a decision based on your guess from info they give you which is usually, well not usually but always much out of date. They use a lot of graphs which can't be verified. Now the scam; Each and every one of their many persons has a large entry fee anywhere from $4,000 down to $37 bucks to get their info every Tuesday report. This pitch is made time after time and that is where they make their money, not investing in stocks. Now that they have your email address the all take, and at times new people, take a shot at "the entrance fee." Do not buy their tryst as there is no refund even stating they will give you an extra year to try some more at no charge if you can prove you didn't make their expectations. As Barnum & Bailey use to say "there is a sucker born every minute."
There is some good info given on different types of stock to invest in. One should not have to pay for this as they offer some in free mails.