Complaint Review: ask option
ask option askoption.com,aka Frank Lucas,aka Austin Malone,Eva Support Binary options scam site.promise large payouts,but deliver nothing at all.you can only deposit cannot withdraw your money or your earnings Suite 50, 2 Old Brompton Road, London, SW7 3DQ, U Internet
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: JUST TO HELP
*Consumer Comment: I Was Scammed As Well
*Consumer Comment: Ask Option Scammed Me Too
*Author of original report: this is not a bot attack
*Author of original report: they never tried to resolve the issue
*Consumer Comment: ASKoption is a SCAM!
*UPDATE Employee ..inside information: Bot Detected!
*UPDATE Employee: Claim Resolution
hello this is a warning to anyone looking to get into binary options.if there are brokers preassuring you into making bigger and bigger deposits,its a scam.this company ask option,does that exact thing.they will promise you 20-30k per month for minimal deposits,then they give you trade so you start winning,and ask for more deposit.their famous saying is (watch what i can do for you by the end of the month)donot deposit a dime with this company.you will never see it again.they will tell you to trade on signals that they get.that is a lie,they dont have any signals,and if the do,they have a losing record.which goes in their favor because of the supposedly (risk Free TRADES)that is the scam.they dont tell you by using risk free trades that you will not be able to withdraw your earnings untill you make trades exceeding 30 times more than the risk free bonuses that you got because their brokers suck at giving trades.they claim to have over 80% winning rates.that is not the case at all.i dont think they could provide a 10% win rate if their life depended on it.their site is so far off,when you place a bid on a certain currencey,your bid will be a few numbers off of the time you place.the site is non accurate.your bid will vary by 5-10 points either way.so if you bid on a currencey going high,the time you bid will be 5-10 numbers higher than where that particular currencey was at the bid time. resulting in inaccurate trading platform that provides unethical forms of preassure to try and get their clients to deposit more and more money.
they claim that their askoption business is in the process of getting regulated,and also in the process of being the only binary options broker to be on the london stock exchange.when you deposit into this company,your deposit will go to a bank in poland,to a company that has an address in Hong kong,But they claim to be from london uk.with a us number 1-646-757-1536 us new york,new york number.they claim that this is their london uk number +44-2035198515
they will give you losing trades on purpose,so that they can offer you risk free trades.they dont tell you that the risk free trade is a bonus.when ever you accept a bonus,you have to trade 30 times more volume than the bonus was for,in order to withdraw any money.conclusion this company is not a company that anyone would want to do business with.as their website is full of lies,and misleading clients,from start to finish.
i would absolutley not recommend this company to my worst enemy,nevermind someone i know
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