Rob Booker Review – Is Legit (2022)

Welcome to our Rob Booker Review! We are reviewing due to a complaint one of our partners recently received about them on October 5, 2022. The complainant says he lost $102,000 with this website and he reports:

Rob Booker acting as my account manager and i invested with him until it was time for me to receive he kept telling me that i had to pay extra fee and to this day i have not received my money

So if you’re considering investing with RobBooker, make sure to read this review before proceeding!

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What is

The homepage at seems like a front page of an investing blog. Only the “Legacy Member’s Area Login” link suggests that once if not still this was more than just a blog.

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In general, this site contains a lot of outdated material and it seems that it was most active around 2017-2018. Even the copyright notice was not updated since 2021. Many of the pages and blog posts do not seem to work. The latest blog post seems to have been published on August 18, 2021.

Digging deeper, we find another version of the homepage which contains a video (that doesn’t seem to play) as well as a call to action “Apply to Work With Me.”

Below that there’s a picture and a little blog of text that reads “My name is Rob Booker. I have been trading for over 20 years, and currently live in the Woodlands outside of Houston, TX.”

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    He claims to be featured in Forbes, CNN, Bloomberg, Fox Business, and Yahoo! Finance, but no links are provided.

    Below are links to some of his blog posts.

    At the bottom of the page is a list of steps, but they contain dummy text, which indicates this may have been a page that was not completed.

    At the bottom of the page, we find the following warning:

    HIGH RISK WARNING This material is not an offering, recommendation, or a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell the securities mentioned or discussed, and is to be used for informational purposes only. Any performance results discussed herein represent past performance, not a guarantee of future performance, and are not indicative of any specific investment.

    It goes on and on but the gist of it is that investing is a highly risky activity and there’s always a chance you will lose any money you invest.

    After going over almost the entire site, we think that Rob Booker sells (or used to sell) technical analysis indicators and provides educational information regarding trading.

    He promotes some third-party services, such as Nadex, the only US-regulated binary options trading platform, and IG, a US-regulated forex brokerage.

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    He also offers (or used to offer) a trade copy service as well as trading robots.

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    Rob Booker apparently offers apps for iOS and Android, however, we weren’t able to access the iOS page.

    They used to have an Android App called TFL Podcasts which was provided by WR Booker & Co LLC. It had 500+ downloads and no reviews.

    Its description said:

    TFL Podcasts is the place where you will find the best Trading related audio content. Its made by traders for traders. All your favorite shows are here. And if you do not hear any of them yet, you will find that we will approach in a fresh way all trading related topics like strategies, systems, charting, algorithmic trading, robots, indicators, account management, cryptocurrencies, stocks, forex and so much more.

    The provided email was The address was 2257 N Loop 336 W. #140-316 Conroe, TX 77204.

    It seems that another domain used by Rob Booker is Kajabi is a platform that allows creators to host online courses.

    His last post was published in July 2021 on was a Bootcamp that teaches “How To Be A Stock Market Superhero,” which hosts a video showing how he makes money trading so that he can be a hero to his friends and family.

    Who is Behind

    According to the Terms of Use & Conditions of Sale document, the company behind the site is Rob Booker, LLC.

    It mentions premium services such as newsletters, market alerts, and training modules, which require paying subscription fees.

    Some of the premium services are provided on a subscription basis, which automatically renews “until you notify us of your decision to terminate your subscription. Most subscriptions will renew of one-year terms, regardless of the offer under which that subscription started.

    Canceling the membership requires sending an email to or calling customer service at 888-203-6792.

    Refunds may or may not be available depending on the different refund policies for the various premium services. In any case, refunds are only available to first-time subscribers.

    At the bottom of the site, we find the following text: “An InvestPub Company.”

    On one of the pages (with the copyright year 2020), we find an address for InvestPub:

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    101 Marketside Ave. Suite 404 PMB 318 Ponte Vedra, FL 32081.

    And a telephone number: (321) 325-1551.

    Rob Booker Review – Contact Information

    According to the contact page, they respond to all inquiries in 1-2 business days.

    The page provides a contact form as well as the following information regarding Daily Profits Publishing (Rob Booker):

    Address: 1800 Hughes Landing Blvd. Ste. 200 The Woodlands, TX 77380, United States

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    US Toll-Free number: (888) 203-6792

    Worldwide Phone number: +1 (321) 888-3962


    He also posts a Facebook messenger link.

    Rob Booker on Social Media

    Rob Booker has had a YouTube channel since July 14, 2006. He has 105,000 subscribers. While the website seems to be outdated, the YouTube channel is much more alive and videos are uploaded almost daily with the last video posted 5 days ago, however Rob Booker himself does not seem to appear on that video.

    Rob’s last video on the channel, “Stupid Indicator Tricks – Part 3” has been published 6 months ago.

    Rob Booker joined Twitter on July 2008 and has 17.4K followers. However, Tweets are protected and only approved followers can see them.

    On his Facebook, which was opened on August 22, 2016, the following email address is provided: His listed services include robots (costing $297-597) as well as free daily live trading. The last live show was streamed on August 24, 2022. No Robbooker reviews are shown.

    Is a SCAM?

    We have still no evidence that Rob Booker is involved in a scam.

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    There are no promises of an exceptionally high yield, no involvement of Bitcoin mining or investment, and nothing which appears to be too good to be true.

    Address, name, and contact information are all provided.

    The domain was registered on November 5, 2002, so this is not at all a new site but has been around for some 20 years.

    According to, it has a global rank of 3,826,309 and a US rank of 1,339,739. In fact, it is ranked 7,731 in the Finance-Investing category in the US. It is relatively popular with almost 8,000 people visiting the site in October 2022. Besides US traffic, it also gets visitors from Australia, India, Spain, the United Kingdom, and other countries.

    The domain’s authority score is 38 and it received many backlinks from, where many of Rob Booker’s podcasts are published.

    Online Scam Reviews

    It’s time to look at what others have to say about Rob Booker and his website.

    On October 2009, one person wrote on

    Rob Booker is a scam. He will claim that he has helped traders around the world. What he has really done is taken money from would be traders around the world. Ask him how much he actually made trading his account this year. Ask him how much he actually made trading his account last year. Remember that he is a lawyer and is well versed in using illogical responses. He will not give you a straight answer. He will either try to intimidate you with strong language or bully you, or he will immediately try to deflect to something else using humor or whatever the trick of the day is […] He made money in the FX only once for a short time years ago when FXCM filled all entry orders and he gamed the system. That gave him some illusory confidence that he could actually trade the market, which could not be further from the truth. Since then he has lost more money than he has made trading. He makes his money off of misrepresenting himself as a successful trader or having something of value to offer.

    To this comment, one person answers:

    Finally I have found someone telling the truth about that little (indeed) boy. it is the truth, guys. What that man is good about is just in hiring a good marketing company and putting nice color and graphics to his website. I went to his course; He never talked about money management or risk (most important things imo) He asked for more money, after the payment for: renting the hotel meeting room and the license for Forex tester Can you imagine that? You pay 2 grand and then he says: now give me some more I said, to an email to the group, : why are u charging us? He answered in the most unusual aggressive way […] trust me don’t waste yor time and money, there good people out there anyway, for sure mister bad looking Rob is not

    According to another reply:

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    Yep – I have to agree. I know because when I first got into forex I was naive enough to think that most people were honest and he was the first “mentor” that I signed up with and I assumed that he would be a great teacher. I did the whole ball of wax – paid $1,500 for 1 on 1 (which is not 1 on 1 by the way, if you don’t believe me feel free to pay him and find out for yourself) and then paid him $2,000 for a 1 week live seminar. Now years later, with what I know now, I don’t think he really knows much about trading

    But this is all from 2009, 13 years ago. Any newer reviews?

    We found a thread on It received a 2.411 out of 5-star rating based on 80 reviews.

    According to the latest review from May 15, 2022,

    Very expensive and no value to the content – if you question any of the “results” they post in a given group, you get kicked from the group. There is no actual track record that he has ever traded – or current proof that he actually trades. Launches new campaigns throughout the year with “this is the best thing since…..”

    Other people are complaining about spam and non-existent support. One person provides insight into the way Rob Booker has been operating over the years:

    I joined the TFL group in 2018 with the promise that I was NEVER going to have to pay for another system, robot or indicator ever again and that Rob, with this TFL group was going to robot trade with us and we would all make lots of money. Well It turned out that was not the case. Perhaps for him it was. When poo started hitting the fan many members had questions, but Rob went MIA. When he resurfaced, it was with a new pitch for this Exotics Club membership group to trade options and make 100%, 200%, even 500% return in 2019. I had to pay to get access to this just like many others. Turns out I didn’t really get what I paid for. A lot of members felt the same way. Now here we are, 2020, in the middle of a pandemic and receiving new emails pitches from Rob about this new high-octane trading indicator system that he says would be the last indicator/thing I would ever need. He claims this new system could make me up to 400%, 500% even 1000%+ return in a matter of days. Sounds wonderful right? like the Holy Grail or something. Of course, if anyone chooses to get it, after the discounts, one will only have to pay about $2000 roughly for it. Go figure. At one point I was mad at Rob but then I noticed something about him that changed that. Every year or so he gets with whoever and Frankenstein’s some sort of product which he then pitches and sells to thousands of people, (llamas as he used to call us), who are trying to make money in this industry. You see, there is a market here and as a SALESMAN he recognizes this market. Whether or not the products/method works for those or purchase them means nothing. For the real product here is the people. It was and still is a repeatable pattern just like trading, he rinses and repeats this tactic every time and it will always work because there’s always someone coming into this marker who wants to make fast and easy money. Do not be a llama or a sheep who blindly follows.

    The bad reviews go on and on on this thread, including some outright fraud allegations, so go check it out if you’re interested.

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    TrustPilot is another place where has been reviewed. It earned a rating of 2.4/5 from 12 reviews.

    On March 30, 2022, one person wrote: “An entertaining, charismatic scammer. I think he genuinely was interested at an earlier point but now it’s just selling new crap programs. I ran across some back channels showing it’s all about affiliates and selling this garbage. Stay away.”

    According to another review from June 24, 2021,

    Robb got me introduced to robots and Ive learned a lot from him. that is why I’m giving this a 2/5 (instead of 1/5). Robb used to offer free and inexpensive services. His newest ‘exoitc club’ and wealth press services have all been complete junk.

    Rob Booker Review Conclusion

    Our Rob Booker Scam Review conclusion is that may not be an outright scam, however, the way the person behind the site is operating may not be legitimate.

    He is obviously a real trader, he teaches trading, and his website does not promise any guaranteed returns, however, he works extensively with email and social media marketing in which he may be making such guarantees, as we learn from the online reviews.

    Perhaps this is how he managed to keep his business alive for so many years. The scam part of the business is only visible once you subscribe and follow him, and by then you may be taken with his charismatic personality.

    Once you provide your personal information to Rob Booker, you may be bombarded with endless spam promising you that if you just purchase this new indicator, trading system, or robot, you will be able to make lots of money.

    And after you pay, if you need support, there’s a possibility you will not be able to get any, according to some reviews.

    Overall, our recommendation would be to not pay any amount of money that you cannot afford to lose to Rob Booker. The value you will get for this money may not be worth it.

    However, there are a lot of free resources on his website and YouTube channel.

    If you find value in his teachings and you can spare the money he is charging, then go ahead and pay him, but don’t have any expectations of making easy money.

    Always remember that trading is highly risky and there’s always a risk of losing your investment.

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