Forex Geek looked to be the real deal having a single Live Proof on the website, which is a published account (said to be real money, not a demo) opened with $8,400 on 7th August 2009.
The statement shows that in the year up to 17th August 2010 the robot made $95, 137 profit!
The only point that concerned me is that the statement isn’t live. If the robot was so good, why wasn’t the author showing a live statement?
However, at ;least there were no screenshots and ridiculous claims, and if you look through the statement it even had a loss of over $15,000 in a single trade! Not something you see in fabricated claims. In fact, looking closer, although that day ended with a total loss of almost $41,000 (gulp!) it was still in profit by over $20,000, and there were some good winning days following, enough to make up the $41,000 within a month, which is pretty good going.
As I said, it looked good, however, Forex Geek has now been on test and for a couple of weeks or so and has some quite large open trades. It is possible that these will turn around, or if not, that future trades will make up for any losses. So, keep your eye on this one.