Tim Sykes

Fraudulent Timothy Sykes Penny Stock Exposed: The True Story

I am sure you heard about Tim Sykes, If not he is an American penny stock trader and entrepreneur level scam artist.

I had a very huge interest in trading stocks right from my infancy and always seem to be able to intuitively predict behaviors especially with regards to extremely complex scenarios.

I have always known that the meeting point of passion and career is in stock trading. Where else will I put the best of my abilities if not in the most risky with the highest promise of return if gotten right and longest and hardest fall if gotten wrong? That place is penny trading. With all the self-realization and preparations, I got it wrong by following the media “badass”.

I have always felt like the awesome deviation from norm, the next big thing to happen to boring old “business as usual” methods. The truth is that I was right; the sad truth is that I chose the mentors hip of a stage-managed fraud called Timothy Sykes.

To be able to demonstrate exactly what is meant, his fraud will be exposed now with the following expose:

Timothy Sykes Method Explained

The “bad boy” narrative

There has always been at attraction for bad deviance from norms like in the case of Robinhood or Captain Jack Sparrow. All these have an appeal yet in the outcast category and have gone to be a huge success and have even been reproduced over and over again in the industry.

You can mention a few of these types of endeared deviant characters like this too. One thing common to all of them is that they have a red line they are not supposed to cross, the line that separate them from the likes of real bad guys that we categorize as villain

Staged Management

As mentioned in the good “bad boy” analogy above, he needs to actively manage his brand to appear just bad enough to fit the analogy without being too good and too bad to not fit. I will guide you through a process to show you his frauds, get your google close.

Activity 1: Google “Timothy Sykes Review”

You will see articles supporting his successes and his good “bad guy” sides only. That itself is a red flag, as it seem too true not to fit the narrative.

The narrative that ensures that the douchebag keep smiling to the bank. Mind you, he still need to appear to be good at what he does.

So the need for the success story management. This was attested also by his mom when she implied “He is not actually like that but playing that role makes him appear bad, good-bad but also makes him so reach as compared to penny trading only”.

Activity 2: Google “Timothy Sykes scam” or something negative

You will see a lot of reference to a website called thetimsykesscam.com claiming to be for his former student and specially developed to stage manage the brand.

The delicate balance has to be maintained so that the extremes of too-good that fits into standard societal norm and too-bad that makes him undesirable is avoided. This page even goes ahead to backlink a lot to his website acting as SEO tool, thus a very huge red flag for foul play

The Real Fraud – Timothy Sykes

There is nothing bad in brand management in actual sense as long as it is not harming anyone…

There goes the redline. Real people follow his advice and lose real money but their voices are drowned by the stage managed brand which has so far succeeded in drowning their voices.

The problem here is now how to make sure that the real man is exposed so that the true narrative of a caustic and greedy man is revealed? I urge you as a matter of selfless necessity to share this post as much as you can so that others will not fall into the trap as I have and lost a huge chunk.

I had an insight into his personality based on the fact that I will admit just as I started and stated in the beginning of the article, I am a millennial and I reason a lot like him just that I may not be able to go to the extent he has gone to defraud other fresh young minds in the stock trading nursery of their hard earned life saving.

A friend who doesn’t want to be named, whom we started together and got swooned together spent his medical saving for a serious defect on this fraud brand.

He had the choice of either undergoing a corrective surgery or going through the romanticized guide of and unfortunately we are here today and in his case, he is acutely depressed now added with his initial medical problem.

This is just an isolated close friend of mine, there are other sad stories out there while the plotter smiles to the bank everyday. How long will this go on? What will it take to stop frauds like this? Just a little education and awareness creation.

Exposing Timothy Sykes

As long as Timothy Sykes is out there destroying lives and smiling to the bank, I have taken it upon myself to keep sharing the news and hoping that others will be made to see the true picture.

Today, I am a proud owner of a business but still that does not stop me from making sure that what I went through, what my friend is still going through is not repeated again.

Timothy Sykes should be and will be exposed according to the true fraud that he is. There will be no hiding for the wicked, I enjoin the reader to share their own experience to save others and if you do not have a direct experience, share the story, and you do not know who will be saved.

Awareness creation will go a long way in helping us all.

Penny Stock used to be and is still the most volatile, unpredictable and high risk area of trading and when someone makes the claim to guide anyone through, it is either the person is a genius or a complete scam as is the case of Timothy Sykes.

As of  2017, Timothy Sykes net worth is estimated to be 12 million Dollar by Forbes.  This makes me wonder, “how Timothy Sykes is executing his scam and making people fool of his penny stock?”

In penny stocks, Timothy Sykes is like Loki but only fit the abhorring features too perfectly. Let us all share our experiences to save others coming through to the stock-trading world.

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23 reviews on Tim Sykes

  1. Timothy Sykes – A scammer

    I always had an interest in trading stocks and was pretty good at predicting the behaviours for even complex scenarios. This made me want more and I got in the trap of Timothy Sykes. I was looking forward to starting my career in stock marketing because I knew I will excel in this field. Before going ahead, me and my friend consulted Timothy as we never wanted to row the boat without supervision.
    My friend even invested the amount that he had put aside for his surgery. We thought of making money and then going for the operation. As we were sure that the idea is going to click. But, we forgot the rules. When someone sounds too good to be real, you need to step back a bit and then decide.
    He told us things that seemed impossible. Either he was a genius or he wanted to make money out of us. Without considering the second option, we invested all our hard-earned money. The fact is, we acted dumb. That is what I can say after what he did to us.
    I was so much in the delusion that I couldn’t see him taking everything away from me. He is a jackass who has zero understanding of the stock market. If an experienced like me can fall for his words, what about those who are just starting with trading. This can be easily explained by the worth of his company that is estimated to be 12 million dollars by this date. This is according to the Forbes.
    He has maintained the right balance of his both the sides on internet and when you will google him, you will find stories of his success and the ways he has scammed people which is again back lined to his own website.
    This is the SEO technique that many follows and it gives me a heart attack to know that he has used the technology to harm others. If he claims to be the one, he is not and is involving in manipulating important decisions related to money for others, then he can be termed as criminal.
    I have experiences with many people in my past and have seen people fooling other people, but this was something well planned and staged. Penny stock is the most volatile and high risk area among other domains of trading and he uses this category to fool people. He very well knows that it’s rare that he would find someone with good knowledge of the area. This will make it even easier for him to accomplish his scam.
    My friend is under a lot of mental trauma. We are broke and only because we trusted the confidence of Timothy Sykes over our instincts. We are paying for our mistake. The money that my friend had for the surgery is gone and he is finding ways to get it back which is close to impossible.
    I do not want anyone to go through the same trouble and lose their patience and money. So, stay alert while making vital choices of your life.

  2. Let's start petition against Timothy Sykes

    Wow Well said ronny, I feel bad for your friend who is in under trauma, just register complaint on human rights website and your voice will be heard.


    Why don’t you start petition on change.org that will surely help your friend to fight with this stock exchange mafia.

  3. keeping him on aside

    Dear Social Monkey

    Thank you for your support,

    We really we can not afford more time to waste behind this scammer, we had enough gutts to inform everybody and so we does but EOD we are at the same place where we started

    We have had our own way to start again and we are doing great in that, Will follow you up later if we think we have time to collaborate with you.


  4. Sure, Would Love to.

    hello ronny,

    I would love to, just let me know if you need any help to expose Timothy Sykes.

  5. Timothy Sykes Review

    I think if you just google Is Timothy Sykes scam ? or Timothy Sykes Review, you will get to know tons of shit out there.


  6. Tim Sykes- NOT a scam

    Tim Sykes is the man, no other teachers have legit millionaire students like he does. And he has way more 6 figure students that never get mentioned. If you fail to make money using his techniques and strategies you have no one to blame but yourself. Tim teaches students to become self-sufficient. That is what he preaches every day. He specifically tells students not to follow his trades, but to learn from them and the reasons he entered and exited the trade. Like any money-making endeavor, it takes a great deal of time and hard work to succeed. That is also the case with day trading. Do not sign up and expect “hot picks.” You won’t get them. He offers tools to be the training wheels for your education, because if you sign up you will see that his successful students don’t need him anymore. He is merely the stepping stone to understanding the market. Everything after that is up to you and your work ethic. You can either pay the market tuition or you can learn from someone like Tim. You won’t find a more transparent and “real” teacher out there.

  7. Tim Sykes is a scammer

    Thank you for sharing. I joined Tim Sykes last weekend and have been nothing but disappointed. All I receive is emails saying how others have made their fortunes or what not to do to make mine. I’ve yet to see the stock of the week he states will make 20, 40, 60 or 100% over the next 6 days. I’ve called the 1-800 only for it to ring and ring once I got someone that had to put me on hold to double check who Tim sykes is. I’ve emailed their customer service several times with no response. I’m calling my credit card tomorrow in hopes that I will get the $3000.00 I spent on a scam. Is their anyone out there that has had this experience with Tim Sykes?
    I’m very upset and so beyond frustrated with how this situation has turned out. I’m a cautious person and am careful with investments I didn’t see this coming at all. Any advice is appreciated.

    1. Will Horn

      Hello, I just had the same thing. It may not be a complete scam however when he releases the alerts they are always way later and its to late. I almost spent the $3000, fortunately I decided I would try it for a quarter to make sure I like it. Needless to say after releasing EMAN and then having an immediate sell alert come out after that I am done! I called AGORA and I got my subscription cancelled and told them I would report it as fraud if they didnt cancel. THey put me on hold and told me everything will be fully refunded and cancelled 3-5 business days. Very Scammy and the old saying goes if it “Sounds to good to be true, then it probably is.” Good luck out there Elizabeth!

    2. anon

      hey, can you explain or send the email address you were having a conversation with before it happened?

  8. Nearly made a HUGE mistake!!!

    Thanks guys!

    You just saved me over 7 grand!!!

    Won’t be investing in this charlatan, I thought I did my due diligence and was just about to pull the trigger when I happened upon this website.

    Thank you all so much!

  9. When Sykes lies about,this being the last chanse and then sends the same E-mail the next week , everyone should smell a skunk.


  10. The Timothy Sykes’ Weekend Trader should be called:
    Timothy Sykes’ Pump-And-Dump regimen.
    I was going to buy in a stock at 4.2, I tried to buy less than 2 minutes after he made the call. Most people use a lot more than that. Alas, I couldn’t buy any stocks at the limit which he set. The stock soared to 5, where half was supposed to be sold, and went to 3.9 whereupon the last half were supposed to be sold. I have tried to buy in many times, but even when I got the message, opened my PC, went to my broker page and entered, I was far behind. Don’t buy it, you won’t get to use it, and it doesn’t really work either. Only because him and his goons make a fuss.

  11. Nothing but a crook, one of the biggest!

    I lost $2000.00 in one of his scam webinars. He claimed he had two stocks, (and gave the ticker symbols) he had researched extensively, and as good promised, a person could make $9050.00 in 3 to 4 days if a person got in immediately. I bought the next morning, with a 25% stop loss, and they took a nose dive, immediately. He is a scam artist and he is probably making more money from conning people into his sales pitch, than he is from trading penny stocks. This is probably why he is so rich. Expensive lesson learned!

  12. I got burned by this also. Alerts are not timely. Disappointed because Sykes was recommended by James Altucher who I have found has some really good financial advise.
    Does anyone know the next step if my $3500 is not refunded? Agora Financial is listed in Maryland. Is that who I go to? Any help would be appreciated and my condolences to all who have lost $$$.

  13. Tim Taught me how to trade

    I’ve been dabbling with different types of investing for years, Mostly Forex and some Crypto stuff though.

    I picked up Tim’s course back in 2016, and since joined another of his higher end coaching programs., not JUST for the stock picks, but so I could learn what the hell Tim’s doing that makes him so successful.

    He’s a no b*llshit kind of guy, maybe some people don’t like that he cusses so much? I don’t know, but I can say I know how to trade Stocks and Penny Stocks 100% due to what I learned from Timothy Sykes.

  14. I'm not sure what the complaints are about..

    I’m not sure what all the complaints are about.
    Tim’s NOT a prophet, he’s NOT going to get 100% of his trades correct y’all

    BUT – having said that – the man knows his stuff and is responsible PERSONALLY for me learning how to trade penny stocks PROFITABLY and quit my 45 year day job as a mechanic.

    Thanks Tim!

    JT Durham
    High Point, NC (safe in the Hurricanes, so far!)

    1. Bret Templin

      Can I get your number for a reference ? I’m thinking about investing with Tim , Thanks.

  15. Loving Weekend Profits So Far!

    I signed up for Timothy’s Weekend Profits when It came out, in July I think. The first 4 trades were wins, BUT you have to be quick to get in and buy once the recommendation is made.

    Having said that, I’m up so far 137% overall (with a few losses too), and I haven’t even made all of the trades due to some financial issues I had for 2 weeks of them.

    I’ve never heard of Tim before this, but I’m loving what he’s teaching and I’m pretty sure I’ll be a customer for life!

    Michael T. Morris
    San Francisco, CA

    1. G Hath

      HI Michael,
      What’s been your experience with Weekend Profits since you posted this in September, how have the trades been? Any pitfalls with the program? Thanks

  16. I agree. HIs so call [ across the money line] SUCKS !! BIG TIME ! I LOST $ 800.00

  17. Amazing!

    I’ve been a student of Tim’s now for over 2 years and have invested a pretty penny (get it?) in his training programs and DVD’s

    In my opinion, you won’t find a more real penny stock trader or teacher out there

    NO- not all my trades are winners and I’m not a millionaire student of his, but I’m making more trading penny stocks than with my day job, and that says a lot bc I’m not super computer savvy

    Pardon my formatting, doing this via mobile phone. I hope this helps somebody with their decision

  18. Whiny babies

    I joined Timothy Sykes Millionaire Masters Program. I have received everything I was promised. Reading these reviews i’m sure of a few things.First, you thought it was going to be easy. Second, hard work is something you are not willing to do (ie studying). Thirdly, you expect to be rich in a few weeks or months. If you want something, work for it. Your momma isn’t going to be around to fix your problems forever.

  19. Scam

    In my opinion, Timothy Sykes is a total Charlatan. I purchased his weekend stock system and out of 10 trades he got one correct. Can you make up for 9 losses with one good trade? No you Can’t! All he says, we never said every trade was going to be a winner! Well if you think that you are going to make money with Tim Sykes System, Don’t waste you Money! He is just a Used car salesman that knows nothing about Day Trading. But he is great taking your money and giving no results. His motto should be No service after the sale!

    1. JT Durnham

      That’s total BS – I’m a member and the first 5 were WINS

      Not all are wins, and he says that up front – but so far most have been and I’m definitely profitable with the Weekend Profits System.

  20. No Weekend Profits - Weekend Losses

    Promising to buy on Friday and sell the following week for huge gains based on his “relentless research” on companies about to release big news – driving the price higher on Penny Stocks. Then, sell after the news spreads in a few days.
    Portfolio since July 13, 2018
    PIXY sold July 13 (-9%),
    RWLK sold 1/2 on July 20 (-14%) sold second half RWLK on Sept 17 (-17%), GPRO sold Aug 6 (-4%)
    TRUE sold Aug 13 (-10%)
    ABCFF sold Aug 27 +8%, AOBC sold Sept 4 +2%, note 2 winners-luck?
    MYSZ sold 1/2 on Sept 14 (-14%) sold second half MYSZ on Sept 17 (-6%)
    ASTC sold Sept 24 (- 30%)
    ALT sold Oct 8 (-18%)
    MMNFF sold Oct 15 +5%
    PTI sold Oct 29 (-3%)
    ACRX sold Nov 5 (-9%) and finally NBEV sold Nov 19 (-1%)
    Total trades 15 ****-Losing trades 12 of 15 *** Winning Trades 3 of 15
    ***Average losing trade (-11.1%) x 12 trades of 15
    ***Average winning trade +5% x 3 trades of 15

  21. Do Not Buy. Not worth the time and profit.ly results can be easily faked.

    I made a detailed video investigating Tim Sykes and those type of scams. Is long, but worth it to anyone that is considering investing in His program.

    1. Jack W.

      Thanks Alex!

      Thank you Alex for your insightful video and time spent. You saved me $3000!


    I bought across the money line for 850.00. He did not send out recommendations weekly like he said he would and when he did by the time I received the alerts it was too late to make the trade @ the buy price he said to buy the stock at. I totally lost 850.00 dollars with Tim Sykes Scam. I am highly disappointed by that. The only trade I got in on was TRUE CAR that was my very first recommendation and it lost money. He is a Scam and if he is making all the money he say he making then he should REFUND people their money back…FAT CHANCE THAT WILL HAPPEN

    1. Teresa

      From what I can gather, he is not a scammer exactly. However I’ve picked up on one of the signs of scam: the promises of earning thousands in a weekend. Just how much you need to have in your trading account to make $9,000 in a weekend. There is no mention of that, and this info is crucial. Otherwise his statements are baseless. This isn’t right and really he needs to be reported for underhanded sales tactics. He probably makes a really good income from membership fees, tuition fees etc. I did sign up for the challenge years ago. Nobody got back to me. In the end I forgot all about it. Then I responded again to a promo that hit my inbox last year. Nothing came of it either. I was going to be interviewed because the offer was that I won’t be paying any fees.Over a period od about a year, I’d get an email every couple of months that I haven’t been forgotten and someone will contact me for an interview. I am still waiting ( not really – not interested anymore). My impression is that he had spread himself so thinly across various affiliates that he can’t keep up plus there are some many “sidekicks”, none of whom know what’s going on. It”s chaos – very unprofessional. Scammer? Well, if someone spends 3/4 of the presentation on making unsubstantiated claims of easy income, showing lovely pictures bragging about their great income and lifestyle, holidaying on several hundred dollar yachts but hardly any important details, beware. If it sounds like scam, smells like scam, it is scam. I am not saying his method has no merit. The way it is presented tells me he is promoting himself and selling other stuff on the back of his name predominantly, example fees for courses and memberships

  23. Save your time and money

    I paid for the $850.00 trial for 3 months. (No refund for this deal.) Several weeks there was no recommendation. When the alert was received, it had already gapped up past the entry limit point and was too far in the money to chase. It seemed that he passed the info to his best buddies, and by the time the info was passed on to the rest of us, the numbers were no longer any good. All the trades were carefully analyzed, and i really wanted this to work, but sorry to say, it didn’t. This analysis was based on 5 minute charts, and I was able to receive the trades while sitting at the computer at the time they were sent. I still have the paperwork to support my comments. In addition, the stock is so volatile that I did not want to risk more than $1,000. per trade. At that mark, it would be improbable to show any kind of profit to offset the price of the subscription.

  24. Have you tried his service

    If you are not a trader and if you have not actually tried his alert service…..shut up. I haven’t used it. I am doing DD, so I have no personal axe to grind other than being fare.

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Reported Loss :1500 $
Severity of Scam :Extremely High
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