Money Calendar Pro Review – Ripoff or Legit?

Money Calendar Pro ( provides investment services through an editorial platform that was created on January 17th, 2017 and is overseen by Money Map Press, LLC.

What is Money Calendar Pro?

Money Calendar Pro is a membership based investment service that is overseen by an entity known as Tom Gentile. Providing enrolled members with investment suggestions, Money Calendar Pro provides educational training videos, email bulletins along with access to a secondary service that is responsible with delivering investment signals.

Similar to Freedom Checks, Money Calendar Pro provides an editorial service that is centered around rendering investment services. Offering numerous subscription options just like Freedom Checks, Money Calendar Pro provides a broad selection of what appears to be investment advice through a variety of channels such as tutorial videos, email, trading signals along with market research.

While Tom Gentile is referred to as the main operator behind Money Calendar Pro, according to the site, their services function under the supervision of Money Map Press, LLC.

According to the Better Business Bureau, Money Map Press LLC was incorporated over a decade ago on December 11th, 2007. As seen on their BBB profile, Money Map Press LLC reflects a disclosed physical address of 16 W. Madison St., Baltimore, Maryland 21201. Mr. Keith Fitz-Gerald is the only disclosed operator who is positioned as an Investment Representative.

Other contact information we found relevant to Money Calendar Pro would be or the telephone number 888-384-8339.

Who is Tom Gentile?

Tom Gentile, the main entity associated with Money Calendar Pro, is allegedly one of the world’s foremost authorities on stocks, futures and option trading. According to the site, Tom Gentile focuses on delivering powerful trading systems and approaches that are engineered to propel everyday investors past the 99% and into the 1% of highly successful investors.

While research will confirm that Tom Gentile appears to be an existing entity, his credentials in regards to his licensing fail to be disclosed. Due to the lack of Tom Gentile’s regulatory approval, we are uncertain whether or not he is legally within right to provide investment advice without a possible governing license.

How does Money Calendar Pro Work?

Money Calendar Pro is an editorial service that provides investment advice such as market research, recommendations and trading signals via email. Tom Gentile is directly associated with the Money Calendar Pro publications and appears to be the sole author affiliated with that particular publication series.

Those wishing to commit with Money Calendar Pro must subscribe to the publication through the homepage. A subscription with Money Calendar Pro comes with an annual recurring subscription of $4,995. Refunds through this editorial are only valid for those who fulfill the terms of their performance guarantee which does appear to be disclosed prior to purchase.

The heavily asserted claim behind Money Calendar Pro would be that subscribers are able to turn $12,000 into $165,000 within only a year. Regrettably, no transparent evidence is included on the site to support this claim while their funnel page is used to mislead prospective subscribers into enrolling.

Unverifiable graphs are used to reflect an alleged trading portfolio of Tom Gentile’s investments while a subscription through Money Calendar Pro will also automatically enroll new members with a free subscription of Power Profit Trades, which appears to be an educational training course and recommended signal delivery subscription.

What Others Are Saying

Money Calendar Pro has experienced some turbulent feedback from a wide demographic of investors. As indicated at the Better Business Bureau, Money Calendar Pro’s overseeing entity, Money Map Press LLC, has experienced a 89% negative feedback ratio and has amassed 187 customer complaints within the past 3 years.

More negative and insightful feedback regarding Money Calendar Pro can be evaluated at Pissed Consumer and HighYa. Out of 76 reviews shared at Pissed Consumer, the cumulative ranking of Money Calendar Pro equates to 2.7 out of 5 stars while the average reported loss equates to a value of nearly $4,000. Alleged cumulative losses to date is $230,000 while the most common complaints would be horrible customer service, solicitations to buy a high valued program along with bad investment advice.

Connecting The Dots

Money Calendar Pro is one of a handful of publications that is currently overseen by Money Map Press LLC. Other editorial publications featured at would be Power Profit Trades, Fast Fortune Club, Money Calendar Alert, Weekly Money Call and Cryptocurrency Windfalls. Each of these publications come with varying incentives, such as exclusive market research, high caliber trading recommendations along with strategic approaches to employ.

Power Profit Trades

Power Profit Trades is a subscription overseen by Tom Gentile which is why it is paired with the Money Calendar Pro subscription. The marketed advantages of Power Profit Trades would be the potential to double your money with America’s #1 pattern trader. In addition, it is alleged that Tom Gentile has accrued a profit of $999,125 over the past 24 months by using Power Profit Trades but no transparent evidence is disclosed to support such a bold claim.

Fast Fortune Club

Fast Fortune Club provides insight regarding Tom Gentile’s trading systems and applied investment approaches. While not much other information is included on their page besides the claims of being able to accrue thousands of dollars within a matter of minutes, Fast Fortune Club provides no verifiable proof that the subjects covered throughout their editorial publications are profitable.

Money Calendar Alert

The Money Calendar Alert subscription provides enrolled members with access to Tom Gentile’s proprietary system that delivers an alleged 90% to 100% investment consistency. Claiming to evaluate over 10 years of market research to find the most probable investment signals, it is asserted that investors can expect to earn a 100% to 200% daily return.

Weekly Money Call

Weekly Money Call is a subscription service that provides members with access to another of Tom’s proprietary systems. Allegedly after 5 years of development this trading system is able to “crunch million of  data points on 200 of the most liquid stocks in the market, and predicts – with pinpoint accuracy – which stocks are about to jump… and highlights ways to trade these jumps for  triple-digit gains (or more) in just four days or less.”

Cryptocurrency Windfalls

Cryptocurrency Windfalls is a subscription service that comes with proprietary tools that allegedly can assist investors with generating 5,000%, 10,000% to 35,000% profit gains. Coming with a $5,000 price tag with a strict no refund policy, Cryptocurrency Windfalls does not appear to be a credible subscription due to the blatant lack of transparent evidence to support such unrealistic income claims.

Money Calendar Pro – Is It A Scam?

Money Calendar Pro is overseen by a registered corporation but when you evaluate the lack of transparent evidence to support their investment claims in consideration with the overall community consensus, it nudges us towards the likelihood that Money Calendar Pro is a scam.

Money Calendar Pro, and more importantly Money Map Press LLC, are unwilling to issue refunds without certain conditions being met, while accepting zero liability for their editorial services, given these two truths alone we do not feel their publication services are trustworthy.

Money Calendar Pro Review Conclusion

Money Calendar Pro provides investment based editorial subscriptions that are allegedly geared towards providing investors with more trading insight and the ability to amass unbelievably high returns. Each of the publication services offered through Money Map Press LLC and found at fails to accept liability and promote preposterous income claims without verifiable evidence.

Over $200,000 worth of loss funds has been reported by over 70 victims of Money Calendar Pro while their subscription service comes with a hefty price tag of $4,995. Perhaps if Tom Gentile was more willing to provide transparent evidence opposed to unverifiable spreadsheets and portfolio graphs, we would consider reevaluating our current stance in regards to their legitimacy.

Have you been scammed? File a complaint with us today!

Please report any experiences or insight you may possess by sharing a comment below!


  1. Karolina Jeffers

    Fast Fortune Club -I have just done the statistics on the trades I was able to take due to the time difference between Australia and USA. Some trades took off and I was unable to enter. My Trading Diary starts on 03/15/2019 – 11/22/2019. During that period I took 9 trades and made a whopping loss of 38.25% loss. I followed all recommendation for entry and exit. That is not what I subscribed to when I was promised 200%+ profits! And Money Calendar Pro came at 1.11 % profit. Pretty disappointing to say the least. Big promises and very little to show for! As for the Customer Service I would say it is non-existent, when I write to them their standard response is to ring them – why? Why should I be paying massive phone charges just because they are lazy to respond by email. Shame on the Un-customer disservice. Tom stop promising miracles when you can’t deliver them! My experience – a rip off.

  2. Keith Boericke

    I would be super-cautious with Tom Gentile’s offerings. For one, you need to have experience in trading weekly stock options. I fell for his super-sales pitch, get rich quick and just follow me, “I will make you rich!” Sound familiar? I paid $39.00 and received a Fast Fortune Club binder with some basic information on opening an options account in a brokerage if you do not have one and a one month calendar showing two stocks per week that can be traded using options. This was supposed to give you a chance to try out the Calendar Pro system. I received the calendar recommendations near the end of the month of my order so only one week could be used. To pay for further months costs plenty. Depending when you ask, the price can range from $2000 – $5000. If you fall for Tom’s super-salesmanship, each pick is super-charged and almost guaranteed to double in price. I have traded stock options for years. I lost money on the one stock option recommended that was supposed to be supercharged for a gain that month. Instead, the market for that particular stock crashed. Those of us who trade weekly options know markets are fickle and can change direction in a minute. Tom is charging a lot of money for a system that promises a lot but shows no record of how each of his recommendations worked out, even for just one month! His guarantee is limited to showing your trading results before refund. I would be super-cautious. I don’t trust his super-charged salesmanship, and I don’t think you should either.

    • Tommy

      I just watched his video and I’m not sure l understand. He gave stock names and dates. I look them up an so far l can’t disqualify any. Checking back 5 to 10 years they drop or go up most years like the video said. However the video seems to be old because it only goes to 2017. I checked 2018 and 2019 when I could. I haven’t checked them all yet but I will tomorrow. Another thing you say 2000 to 5000 what’s that about according to the video 39 is supposed to cover a whole year or at least that’s what 39 divided by. 11 comes to. Please help me understand. Tysigned TFG

  3. Keith Boericke

    In my opinion, Money Market Press offerings are super-expensive and you have no track record of past results. If Tom Gentile’s system is as good as he claims it is, he would offer it for free for two weeks to try it out. If you could double your $100. option and make $200 by the end of the week, and you did this two weeks in a row, you have found a gem of a system. I might consider a premium price for this service but would want a year’s iron clad 100% guarantee refund. Many offerings offer this,why not Tom Gentile? I have traded options for years. Trading Weekly options can offer great results and super loses too, if you do not know what you are doing. I wont’ call Money Map Press a scam, but it is super-salesmanship. Mostly, it is too good to be true. Since a free trial is not offered, I would avoid it. I will make this suggestion. By the book Option Trading in your Spare Time by Wendy Kirkland and Virginia McCullough. You will learn how to read chart patterns when stock trading. With this information, you might be able to work with Tom’s recommendations positively and be willing to take profits early, perhaps 25%. Tom’s get rich quick advice is only catering to greed and novice traders. It relies on moving your emotions to make huge gains. Sound familiar? I did purchase the $39.00 offering, but went no further with it. I did receive a Fast Fortune Club binder with some basic information and a one month Calendar Pro with two stock options per week, on average, good for one month only. After that, $4000. per year. I think it was cleverly designed that I would receive this calendar near the end of month so I could only try it out for a week. The option I tried, I lost money on. But that was my fault. I should have know better. In order to find out whether this will work for you, you have to pay a super price. I would be super cautious unless you have extra money to spend. This service is definitely not for those who are struggling to make ends meet. The risk far exceeds the potential rewards.

  4. JD

    Tom’s picks are not perfect but you can make money if you educate yourself..
    For example – Do NOT be greedy and wait till 100% gains – sell @ 10%, 25%,30% gains
    Tom is here to help – YOU place the trades – take ownership of your own trades..
    I have been using Tom’s subscriptions since Jan 2019 and have made 30% gain
    I had a few bad trades and loss money but I take responsibility because it’s MY money and I chose to use Tom’s advise

  5. Travis

    I have made over 35 trades between 2018-2019. I followed Tom’s directions exactly as specified. ALL HAVE BEEN COMPLETE LOSERS! I have lost over $200.000 trading his Money Calendar Pro system. Nothing is as stated, if you get in under his “pay no more than amount” he will record a number well under that as his basis (not possible to get) and project his numbers based on false data. He will no respond to feedback or questions about his numbers. Beware using this system. You could lose everything.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *