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    72option - Read on to see how they do it...... !!!

    I now have a clear idea of how 72option scam their unsuspecting customers and often rob them of their life savings, heartlessly crushing their financial goals and mocking their naive and misplaced trust.

    The insurance cover purported to cover lost trades is a deadly trap to financial oblivion. Investors are put into massive losing trades that serve to build up massive cover, to such an extent that the average investor can never recover - for every dollar bonus or cover they gave, you must trade 25 or 15 times the amount, like digging a hole that keeps getting bigger and deeper until you can't get out, and lose all your funds. For those who managed to dig themselves out, there's more in store for them........read my attachment to find out more.
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    Veteran Member Dan21's Avatar
    Thank you for sharing your case.. I won't say anything about the broker here. It is clear they acted like a full scammers, but why did you made this mistake?? Why giving them so much money and full authority to trade on your behalf? In our forum we talked many times about the big fat conflict of interest between trader and broker! The first rule every trader should follow is NEVER, Under NO circumstances to allow the broker to trade on your behalf! Why so many traders do not understand this. If you give permission to trade your account even the best brokers will do one and the same, they will make you lose money and put them into their pockets. I think the only reasons there are so many cases like yours is the pure greed and willingness to double your money with least possible efforts! This is extremely wrong and everyone allowing this to happen is reckless about his financial future.. I know it sounds so appealing to give your money to someone else to make you rich but that's not how the real world works.

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    Legendry Member willyw's Avatar
    Is best to trade yourself. Don't Believe any of the brokers or account managers. they are mean and ruthless.
    Last edited by willyw; 05-22-2017 at 05:09 AM.
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    Legendry Member milos's Avatar
    Never heard about them. Please avoid account managers and broker's trading signals.

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    wow, I thought Spotoption was out of the scam-unregulated broker white labeling business but I guess I was wrong...

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    Administrator Martin Kay's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Hodges View Post
    wow, I thought Spotoption was out of the scam-unregulated broker white labeling business but I guess I was wrong...
    I don't think this broker is a new one... have seen some complaint before
    “Don't believe anything you read on the net. Except this. Well, including this, I suppose.” ― Douglas Adams

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    Administrator Martin Kay's Avatar
    Thanks for the headsup!
    “Don't believe anything you read on the net. Except this. Well, including this, I suppose.” ― Douglas Adams

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    Rookie Member
    Nobody has the right to steal peoples hard earned money. Hey, You can fight back hard and recover all the funds you lost.

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    Active Member MR_tryit's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by sgardner View Post
    I now have a clear idea of how 72option scam their unsuspecting customers and often rob them of their life savings, heartlessly crushing their financial goals and mocking their naive and misplaced trust.

    The insurance cover purported to cover lost trades is a deadly trap to financial oblivion. Investors are put into massive losing trades that serve to build up massive cover, to such an extent that the average investor can never recover - for every dollar bonus or cover they gave, you must trade 25 or 15 times the amount, like digging a hole that keeps getting bigger and deeper until you can't get out, and lose all your funds. For those who managed to dig themselves out, there's more in store for them........read my attachment to find out more.
    For S Gardner...and to top it all you don't know exactly who or where they are..?

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    72option horrific experience, scarred I am. !!!

    I am a no knowledge dude in financial stuff, what do you suggest I do, option robot? May I seek your advice?

    As I was conned into investing 2000USD, then a change in Financial Advisor (SNR).

    The really rude and aggressive person on the line spoke nicely on the first few calls, likewise the previous Fin. Advisor did.

    Then the aggression set in, said I was 'talking' like a girl as I had no cash to invest; forcing me to go get a bank loan; of 20,000USD.

    Told him I do not want to be in debt, he threatened me and said my amount of investment does not impress the company. If I did not 'pay' the company for its services, then trade alone.

    Earlier before talking to this heartless person, I already paid 2000 USD, which was before the change of account managers.

    A horrific experience.

    Now I check every company that contacts me whether they are regulated more than three financial bodies and International as well.
    Last edited by Stan_dard; 09-24-2017 at 06:52 AM. Reason: To tell the true story in more detail

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