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Report: #1497899

Complaint Review: TradingOptionsPro.com - Denver Colorado

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  • TradingOptionsPro.com 2090 Logan Lane Denver, Colorado United States

TradingOptionsPro.com The website made it look my investments in Bitcoin Trading look great, but then canceled my account and took the money. Denver Colorado

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I met an alleged fx trader on Instagram named "Vicki Miller" or Victoria Miller who lead me to believe she could make a fair amount of money trading Bitcoin currency for me, considering all stocks and commodities were slowly coming back after the crash of COVID-19. She was using Trading Options Pro.com as her trading site and lead me to believe she could possibly make $10,000 from a $1000 investment in a week's time. It did not seem implausible considering how volatile Bitcoin currency is.

We agreed I would pay her 20% of the proceeds and whatever taxes there were at the end of the program trading session after the funds were sent to me. A few days into the trading session, I received a note from the website, TradingOptions Pro.com, that there was a change in company policy and that the brokers' fees needed to be paid upfront. I informed Vicki this was illegal in USA and not a sound business practice. She said it was the company policy because other brokers were not getting paid by their clients.

I went with it, seeing how well the balance was rising. I had sent my initial $1000 investment after buying Bitcoin through a CashApp software program. I sent the additional $2000 after purchasing it in a Bitcoin ATM machine in Jacksonville, FL. The problem with sending Bitcoin (btc) is that it is a one way transaction and it cannot be easily traced or returned.





When the trading session ended, I was looking at a healthy profit of $10000+. I requested a withdrawal and was told that now I had to pay $1200 in taxes upfront. Blindsided by this request, I did not have the funds to continue paying. I said it would take a some time to recover the money to pay the taxes.

When I cam back to pay the taxes and processed the fees, I was told my account had been closed by them and that I had to pay an additional $500 to re-instate my account. I complained this was extortion, but was told by Vicki Miller to just pay it and the money would be sent to me. So I paid in Bitcoin and waited. 

She said it would take 10 minutes to an hour. Nothing happened. I started getting worried. Then the broker would not return my calls and the website would not respond either.





A week has past since I lost the money and I have reported the theft to the FBI and various other sources, but I have heard nothing. I feel stupid that I was scammed by TradingOptionsPro.com and by my broker Victoria Miller.

I would not suggest anyone do business with TradingOptionsPro.com or Victoria Miller.

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