Maybe the signals are not the problem, but maybe the providers did something against the rules. Strangely enough all user profiles no longer exist and all three signals are using the same Broker.
See also the following: https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/36530
Thanks for the insight Fernando. I will check out the broker as well
I am having the same problem. All of the signals that I am following or interested in have been debarred. It's more than 20 signals in total and all of them have been debarred. What gives? How can I continue when all the good signals are debarred and only a handful remain?
Most likely it is a violation no. 12 of the Signal Provider rules https://www.mql5.com/en/signals/rules#part_II
So they were banned because they use FortFS broker? Does it make any sense? It's the one of the largest brokers. You've banned 50% of all signals.
When MQL5.com bans a signal, there must be a very serious reason or violation of terms for it.
They don't ban a signal, because of its broker.
No! Violation of nº 12 is usually because the user works for or is affiliated with the broker.
Mr Fernando how can MQL5 admin actually find out if the provider is an affiliated with the broker?
They can ask the broker directly, most (if not all) brokers are clients of Metaquotes.