Created by Max Munroe, Market Hacker Pro is a forex trading robot that is designed to allegedly “rob” large companies legally.
What is the product?
If you read the copy for Market Hacker Pro, it is an amalgamation of a thriller novel and a forex trading robot. The focus in all of the sales material is that Max Munroe has created a product that he compares to putting a gun to the heads of CEO’s of companies such as Porsche and Cadbury and demanding their secrets. In actuality Market Hacker Pro is a forex trading robot offered through Agora Lifestyle that makes forex trades based around spread betting. Provided on a USB pen, Market Hacker Pro is designed to be compatible with Meta Trader 4 and trades on 6 currency pairs, all with a focus on the US dollar. Allegedly the information that identifies trades comes from a place where encrypted information from large companies is uploaded which is then hacked by Market Hacker Pro and used to benefit you. This is despite the fact that Market Hacker Pro trades currency pairs, not company stocks.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Max Munroe sells Market Hacker Pro for £347 (plus VAT for EU residents) which buys you access for a year. Once this has elapsed Market Hacker Pro then costs £97 (plus VAT once again) for every subsequent 12 months. Market Hacker Pro comes with a 60 day money back guarantee however this is vendor backed. In terms of potential income, Max Munroe claims that Market Hacker Pro has been able to produce profits of £358.90, £251.10 and £1,207.30 with just £1 investments.
Does the product provide value for money?
Personally I don’t believe that Market Hacker Pro does provide value for money for reasons I shall outline below.
The marketing for Market Hacker Pro alone is enough to make me suspicious. Any product that sells an elaborate story rather than itself is instantly suspect to me and Market Hacker Pro is no different. There is also the fact that there are no examples of successful trades, be they screenshots or videos. This is pretty standard when marketing a forex product and the lack of these is conspicuous. Personally I just don’t feel like Market Hacker Pro is a product that sells itself seriously instead surrounding itself with irrelevant details that seem to come more from the fantasies of a copy writer. I’d avoid this and instead look at other methods of making money online.