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Making profit here can’t be achieved by…
Making profit here can’t be achieved by miracle or gifting, but a good trading skill and strategy. Most people think it’s a normal market where we buy and sell for fixed price and start making profits. I lost so much bearing that mindset. But thank God I was privileged enough to have met Mrs Tina west who has been handling my trading account t and making profits in massive. I will advice you reading this review to find a good trader who will manage your trades for income. You can contact her and live to testify how you will make profits within days. It worked for me, so click on my profile for her email and Whatsapp number and thanks.she is a life saver,all thanks to her and to God for leading me to her..
Just exactly when I started recovering…
Just exactly when I started recovering from depression and my huge financial debt, that was when this company decided to rip me of my hard-earned money. They refused to give me my $500000 which was a money I got after years of saving and donations from friends and families. I am only thankful I got help through a fintech expert who is vast in blockchain/cryptocurrency technology. Though, he is yet to recover all. He has recovered over 90% last week and I am expecting the remaining 10%. But, however, I am satisfied with the recovery I’ve gotten. It feels good to be alive once again. I’m case, you can lodge your trading complaint with Mr Richard via Richardlofton114 @ gmail dot com. Trust me it worked for me
I was denied across to my funds…
I was denied across to my funds invested under this forum. My account was closed. It still irritates me people still rip people of their hard earn funds knowing how hard we work to own it. The only solution I had was with the support of Bruce a recovery specialist(email above), i came in contact with from reviews via quora who provided me support to recoup funds with no upfront payment. He’s supervised and administered by a regulatory Authority Unarguably how professional. Don’t lose hope, save yourself from psychological breakdowns. Let’s together make the world a better place.
Low life Ukrainian thieves
Low life Ukrainian thieves. That’s what they are. I made A LOT of money trading yet they didn’t allow me to withdraw them. F*** you all Hybrid Reserve!!
My advice is to stay far away from this…
My advice is to stay far away from this firm. They make you invest big and then leave you hanging. Only a few people have been able to reviver money from these people and I am one of the few, they are really tough to deal with and a lot of people are taking advantage of scammed victims out there. If you genuinely want to get you money back you can reach out to me on matt.wright074 (at) gmail.com and I will give a detailed explanation about my process and point you in the right direction.
Stay clear of Hybridreserve
Stay clear of Hybridreserve, they are thieves. They tell you exactly what you want to hear and before you know it your life savings are gone, BOOM.
Thanks to Mr Daulton and his team, I was able to recover my money but I must be honest with you it was a long battle, it went on for longer than I thought, so if you want to go heads on with Hybridreserve, you need to be patient. Contact liam.daulton(at)consultant, com if you truly want to get your money back from these scumbags.
Scam! Scam!! Scam. They ripped me off 11,453usd within a shot period of time even demanding for more money, I couldn’t bear the pain anymore so I had to contact a recovery expert recommended for me from Australia (Cindy) She did all she could to get my money back now I’m so happy. If you’re experiencing similar issue you can contact her too for assistance via her mail address:[email protected] gmail . com
Well they left my deposit sit dorment…
Well they left my deposit sit dorment since August 2020 after it made $20 and now trying to get my investment back they say takes 10 days and has to be approved by the accounts dept. But I havntt heard from them any time Ive tried contacting them
Scam. read the ABC (Australian) stories on these grubs
they asked me to deposit 250 and then…
they asked me to deposit 250 and then they asked me for another 5000 which i did but when asked to withdraw the money they started asking me for for a copy of my passport,credit card,drivers licence and home utility bills i have since requested for my money but have had no success i have not heard from them for over 6 weeks, then I had to report them to the UK FCA and also a recovery expert, I fortunate enough that the recovery expert helped me recover my funds out of their portal. If you’re also a victim you can contact her for assistance via her mail address: [email protected] gmail .com
This company would not cease from…
This company would not cease from ripping people off their money, I got scammed by this company over 31,401€ was deducted from my debit card, but I was rescued by God through a recovery expert from Germany,she helped me get my funds with ease, if you’re also a victim and you’ve been finding means to get your funds back,you can as well reach her via [email protected] gmail . com for assistance.
They won’t allow you withdraw anything!
You won’t be able to withdraw anything if you try to withdraw your money. I complained till they blocked my IP address from accessing my account but, I was able to get my money off their site through an agent I hired. Write to Cardinalrecovery(at)protonmail(dot)com. I hope this helps someone.
Does anyone know of a company who works…
Does anyone know of a company who works on a no win no fee basis, we have lost Euros 30,000 with this company and we are unable to retrieve any money back, we are reluctant to pay any more money out so we are looking for a no win no fee company
I lost a huge amount of money, i am afraid to tell how much because i am so ashamed of it.
This company has to be taken down by government because they take advantage of peoples trust.
What they do: 1) they gain trust by hypnotic talk, creating the yes-set used by salesmen also 2) they make you do a small payment so they can show you how they work (creating trust) 3) start asking questions how much you can spent, then calculating how much profit you can make 4) trying to convince you to pay more 5) trying to convince you youre money is save, european laws etcetera. Complete bullsh*t because when you make a banktransfer, you are not backed by any law 6) they keep saying they will deliver 7) keep convincing you to put more money in. making money for you. Don’t know if the orders are real or fake. 9) your account is growing 10) first small payment withing 6 weeks to gain trust 11) when they notice you won’t put more into the account, making one trade. and ALL your money is gone. 12) Then. they’re out. Don’t respond to email, you can’t reach them by phone, what’sapp is blocked
13) Your money is whiped out and they are having a GREAT GREAT holiday.
This is how they work. Be prepared and get out! Or better, don’t get in!
Having read the stories of others on here, I have to say, mine is very tame in comparison. I wanted to ‘dabble’ in the market, having listened to a work colleague about a friend of his. I started by looking up various brokers, Hybrid Reserve being one of them. To cut a long and boring story short, I was contacted by a guy who called himself John Morgan. He sounded very professional and seemed to know his stuff. I explained my situation and, eventually, I agreed to ‘invest’. He said that ten grand would be a good place to start. I told him I could only just about afford two thousand, (if I had ten I wouldn’t need to invest!). He accepted this, saying they would ‘top it up’ to five, then take back the three grand they had ‘lent’ me once the account had reached eight thousand. Within three months I received another call from him telling me to look at my account. Indeed it had risen to just over eight grand, very impressive. I had effectively made three thousand in as many months. Then he said they would take back the three and that I should invest more. I wasn’t in a position to do so. I checked the account for the next three months and it seemed to rise but not as quickly as it did in the first three months. During this time I received calls from various people who allegedly worked for Hybrid Reserve, each time it was a male and each time saying that John was on other accounts etc. They each attempted to get me to invest and each time I refused. I then emailed asking for my initial investment to be returned. No reply, no calls. I emailed two or three times with the same result. I then emailed telling them that I had two people who wanted to invest eighty thousand but, due to their lack of response to me, I had ‘steered’ them away from Hybrid Reserve. I received a call within the hour, funny that isn’t it. Despite repeated requests, I still have not received anything from them and, like others on here, my account was ‘locked out’. I wouldn’t trust these people. DO NOT put your money into them, you’ll never see it again. This has put me off of investing in the future.
NEVER use hybrid reserve
NEVER use hybrid reserve. They do not have licenses, there website is fake and they don’t even trade your money in the market. I’m furious that I was scammed 6k! I will do everything in my power to destroy this company and get MY MONEY. If anyone wants to get involved reach out at ash.j.carter @ gmail.com
HybridReserve is a total thieving share…
HybridReserve is a total thieving share trading scam do not go near this criminal mob you will lose every cent it is a total fraud . They set up a fake trading account in your name it is not real they have complete control .They will suck you in with profit making trades at first then when you ask for money back they will suddenly lose all your funds on losing trades and then try to get more money out of you. Dont go near these share trading scum .
A very great untrustworthy
A very great untrustworthy . A Account Manager incharge had twisted tounge. All my investment money gone ( USD 3500) .Unable to get refund. Had to bear the owing of maximum charges of my credit card. May God give the person concern a major punishment soon. In shaa Allah. Aaamiin.
One Big Scam!
This company is just one big scam. Please do not trade with these guys! First they ask you to deposit at least 250$ to the account. If you do that, they will start trading on behalf of you. This way they can make lots of profit for you, so that you would put some more money into the account when everything goes well. In the end, when you ask your money back, they will either not answer your request or invent some stories like you need to send them pictures of your ID card, credit/debit card and driving license. You would be crazy if you send these personal data to them and if you do so, they will still not pay you back, so in the end, all your money is just left behind with them. Some governments already gave several severe official warnings with regard to this organisation after receiving a lot of complaints of victims. So please think twice before someone is calling you with some nice stories, and never send any money to these guys, because such scam organisations know how to manipulate and rip off their clients!
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Review: Cat New Generation excavators
Evarn Covich heads to Cat’s launch of its ‘New Generation’ 320GC, 320 and 323 excavators to get a taste of what’s in store for operators
In 1972, after years of testing, Caterpillar released the 225, its first hydraulic excavator to ever hit the market. Being around the 20-tonne mark, these machines were a sizable unit for their time, so it seems quite fitting that 46 years on it would choose this same weight range to release the flagships of what it claims to be a ground-up revamp of the hydraulic excavator in what is now considered to be the medium-weight class of digger.
After about $50,000,000 in research and development spent over the past five years, Caterpillar feels that it has manufactured a product that will send shockwaves through the earthmoving industry around the globe in the form of the new ‘Next Generation’ excavators. Bold statements that include “Up to 25 per cent fuel savings” and “Up to 15 per cent less maintenance costs” from their predecessors, not to mention the operator efficiency that could be boosted by “Up to 45 per cent” through the use of the integrated Cat Connect Technology that is standard in two of the three machines, are only a few of the upgrades made to these machines that have just been released onto the world market.
The three new models of machine are the 320GC, 320 and 323. All diggers are almost identical in size and working range, with the only real difference being machine weight, bucket size and slight variations in breakout force. I will touch on all machines in the course of this report, along with how these percentage numbers have come about, but first I will take you through some of the common ground that they share.
All New Cab
Input collected from clients all over the world has resulted in Cat’s design team coming up with a new, more operator-friendly work station that comes in Comfort, Deluxe or Premium packages. The Comfort cab has a mechanical seat and is standard for the 320GC while the air-adjustable/heated seat of the Deluxe package seems to be the staple for the 320 and 323, with the upgrade to Premium incorporating seat cooling and advanced cab sound suppression in this ROPS-rated work station.
The expanding operator waistlines of the world have also been addressed by way of a tilt-up console to make cab entry and exit easier and safer, while a change to electric over hydraulic controls means no more pilot lines, with the end result being a streamlining of the control lever consoles. This has made way for more room to fit a wider seat which is rated at up to 160kg. The seat is fully adjustable, separate from the levers, and also able to move together with the controls to provide optimum legroom. I don’t think anyone would encounter any difficulty positioning themselves in a comfortable manner for their time in the driver seat.
Some of the machine’s functions have been incorporated into the touchscreen control panel, abating the need for excessive buttons and switches. Those that remain have been positioned in front of the operator to negate the need to twist and turn unnecessarily. Touchscreen functions can also be programmed into the control lever buttons, mitigating the need for the operator to take their hands off the controls to cycle through the screen and select a different function.
There is an excellent amount of storage available in the cab with Bluetooth and USB ports available to connect your smart devices. Visibility has been improved with smaller front-cab pillars that allow for more window area along with a rear-facing camera that comes standard. A camera system upgrade can allow the operator to have a full 360-degree view around the whole machine, ideal for those who work in tight areas or if there is a bit of foot traffic around.
Automatic climate control is also standard across the range. Personally, I think this should be a standard fixture on any cab machine produced by all manufacturers around the globe given the technology that’s available today. It always makes for a nice work environment when you can keep your cab at a constant comfortable temperature throughout the shift.
A shuffle around of daily maintenance pre-start items has enabled this procedure to be fully carried out by the operator at ground level. Engine oil, coolant, water separator etc, along with filters and scheduled oil sampling ports are within easy reach through the side doors of the machine, negating the need to climb onto the machine in order to check these items. This not only makes the procedure a lot safer and quicker for the operator to perform but may also help encourage some of the people out there that have trouble or just can’t be bothered ascending the machine in order to perform this task on a daily basis.
Extra steps have been conveniently placed on the track-frame to provide access up the side and onto the back of the machine if need be via stairs moulded into the new 345-litre polycarbonate fuel tank. Although the stairs were slightly squeezy for my ample girth, this safety feature enables the operator to keep three points of contact throughout the mount and dismount with the help of well-placed handrails. The new shape of the tank also affords the operator increased visibility on the offside of the machine from inside the cab.
Cat claims that owners should expect to save up to 15 per cent on maintenance costs compared to predecessors over the life of the machine (12,000 hours). This has come about through the use of new filters that have increased their life by around 50 per cent to 100 per cent over previous designs. According to Cat staff, the longer intervals between services equate to about 820 litres less oil and up to 50 fewer filters over the machine’s life.
The revamped hydraulic system now uses one less pump, two fewer filters, has a 20 per cent smaller tank, and operates using 50 metres less hydraulic hose than previous models, which equates to a lot less fluid in the system. A move to electric cooling fans eases the burden on the engine and they are able to be reversed in order to blow dust build-up back out of the cores when needed.
Auxiliary hydraulic lines are an option on these machines, and although I understand that not all companies require the use of added attachments, I do however feel that all excavators in this day and age should come ready equipped with quick-hitch piping as standard. You will be pretty hard pressed to find a machine without one in today’s climate.
Claims of up to 25 per cent better fuel efficiency over previous models I’m sure will turn a few heads, as this can equate to a considerable amount of savings to the owner throughout the life of the machine. Operating in the new Smart Mode setting constantly adjusts engine speed to suit hydraulic demand in order to optimise fuel consumption and enhance performance in all types of digging applications.
The 320 and 320GC both run a Cat C4.4 Acert engine. The 320 motor is Tier 4 emission-rated and produces 122kW (164hp) while the 320GC configuration is Tier 3 and produces 108kW (145hp). The 323, however, is equipped with a Tier 4 emission-rated, Cat C7.1 Acert powerplant that also has a gross power of 122kW (164hp). The engines have been selected to provide optimum performance, efficiency and cost for each of the units’ intended applications.
All three machines come with Product Link and Vision Link, which is software enabling the tracking of unit location, hours, fuel burn, diagnostics and idle times etc. from a remote location. This enables owners to see where productivity can be improved while lowering operating costs. Some operators might have to be careful as the boss will know whenever you try to take advantage of the new roomier cabin and go toes up for a bit of a break if you’ve had a late night.
Arguably the boldest statement to come out of the Next Generation excavator launch is the claim of up to 45 per cent increased operator efficiency. The Cat Connect Technology that makes all this possible comes standard on the 320 and 323 but is an optional extra on the 320GC.
The Cat Payload system provides the operator with the weight of each bucket along with a running total while loading. This eliminates guess work and optimises efficiency with the knowledge that every truck load is legally maximised.
The Cat Grade with 2D system enables the operator to set levels and create ramps and grades with the touch of a button. Engaging the Cat Grade with Assist option automates the boom, stick and bucket, allowing the operator to dig to these set levels with the use of just one control lever without fear of getting it wrong (as long as the settings are right!). This negates the need to get off the machine or have someone extra to check levels throughout the dig; it will, however, have the ability to make even the most inexperienced novice look like a seasoned pro. The only downfall I can foresee is, if an unskilled operator becomes too reliant on the assist function, they will never learn the intricacies that are involved with becoming a final trim professional.
E-Fence is another feature where the operator can set up pre-determined boundaries that the machine cannot move past; an excellent safety feature when working around or under structures, power lines, services or near roadways etc. Also good for when the learner operators are in the saddle!
An optional upgrade to Cat Grade with Advanced 2D or Cat Grade with 3D adds an extra 10-inch monitor in the cab along with in-field design capabilities and also expands grading proficiency while 3D encompasses high accuracy through satellite positioning. This upgraded system has the potential to have a whole job programmed into the digger and, wherever the machine is on the site, it will be able to tell the operator exactly how much cut, fill, slope etc. is needed in that particular area. This could prove to be a huge time and cost saver to the owner, especially on larger sites.
You have probably figured out by now that the 320GC is the most budget-conscious of these three machines. It is the lightest with an operating weight of around 20.5 tonnes and seems to be aimed more at the average contractor who is not in need of too much in the way of technology. The machine is set up more towards easier digging applications and would probably perform a lot of its work on hourly hire.
The 320 is a bit heavier duty with an operating weight at a touch under 22 tonnes. It comes ex-factory with all standard technological options and is suitable in most applications and digging conditions.
The 323 weighs in at just under 24.5 tonnes. This heavy-duty/high-production machine is designed with some of the hardest tasks in mind and is probably more suited to the fixed-price job market. Dimensions are practically identical to the 320 with the extra weight coming from added strengthening situated throughout the machine. It also comes ex-factory with all standard technological options, has a high lifting capacity and is suited to all digging applications.
The Australian product launch of the new Next Generation excavators was a somewhat elaborate event hosted on the Performance Lawn at the Brisbane Powerhouse by excited Caterpillar operatives and executives. After the formalities were completed we were treated to an unveiling that rivalled something out of a Transformers movie, with a bit of Cat history on the big screens along with an ornate light show complete with smoke machines and fireworks as the excavators were rolled out into view. Once the festivities were over we were provided with the opportunity to have a walk around and inspect the machines up close.
The next day was a come and try day provided to clients from around the region at the Cat Distribution Centre in Yatala, just south of Brisbane. I was allocated a 30-minute slot to give a machine a bit of a going over and test but, unfortunately, due to a couple of logistical timing factors, I was only able to spend around 10 minutes in the driver’s seat before the client demonstration began.
I was quickly run through how to set grade flat and slope on the touchscreen in order to try some “one-arm digging”. I was not allowed to actually dig into the dirt with the client demo coming up, so I did a bit of air trimming just above the ground. I know it’s not the same but it did give me a good idea of how the system works and it seemed to be quite fast and smooth, although I’m not quite sure how some dirt in the bucket would affect things.
Next, I swung the machine so that the bucket was almost touching a bollard in front of me, and then I set up the E-Fence. I swung back the other way to give myself a bit of room before slewing back toward the bollard at full speed. As the arm started to approach the target, the machine began to lose speed until the bucket finally inched its way through the last metre before coming to rest back next to the bollard.
I was allowed, however, to dig some dirt from the back of the stockpile that I was on in order to try out the payload system; two buckets’ worth actually! It was loose topsoil so I wasn’t going to get much indication of how well this unit could dig but each bucket weighed in at a touch over two tonnes. After emptying the bucket, I was instructed to park it up safely before the demo proceeded.
With my limited time in the seat, I am really unable to comment about the machine’s performance, however, from what I experienced, it did still feel like a Cat digger to operate. The specs, such as break-out force etc., are just as good – if not better – on paper than previous models. The new improved work station will be a winner for most operators. After all, these are the people that sit in this office day after day for hours on end, and if they are happy and comfortable, better production should be the end result.
Caterpillar executives and operatives were all beaming with excitement at the release of these new Next Generation machines, and with good reason too! This technology and the new cab puts them a considerable step ahead of competitors, and with claims of up to 15, 25 and 45 per cent greater efficiency, they are all numbers that will turn heads and equate to significant dollars back in owners’ pockets.
The preconception, however, about electronics in machinery is still quite prevalent in some parts of the industry, although I did notice that most of the clientele at the launch were of a younger, more tech-savvy generation who have in some cases inherited the business from their parents and are heading it into a new era. Let’s face it, pretty much everything we drive and operate these days has electronics, so it’s a natural progression that you will see more of this type of technology rolling out on a number of different machines in the future. Machine hours will be the real test of time to see how well the computing systems can withstand what the operators and nature can throw at them. Those of you who have read past reviews of mine will know that I’m not a huge fan of technology that negates the need of operator prowess, but this is the way of the future so we will have to learn to embrace it sooner or later.
Caterpillar has tried to work out a way to deal with the ever-increasing operator shortage problem that has been slowly manifesting itself around the globe. We have particularly felt this in Australia and New Zealand over the past few years, and it is probably about to get worse too! With the huge amount of infrastructure work and mining making a comeback again in Australia, something will need to be done as we have not really had both sectors cresting around the same time for a very long time. This is a step in the right direction but the future does lie with driverless machines. Caterpillar are hoping to demonstrate a fully autonomous excavator by the end of 2020 with production proposed to start around five years after that … so watch this space!
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