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#1 kritkab

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Posted 05 August 2015 - 04:32 AM

I made 2 withdrawals for my mom's hospital bill on last Monday 27 July 2015. My Expert Trader (Kevin White) from BigOption told me that he did some reserved trades with investment bank last week which could not be cancelled. It sounds like auto trade for 2 weeks long term. He said he reserved trades for Canadian and Oil. I negotiated him to withdraw $5,000 and it was success but I need to cancel another withdraw in order to cancel reserved trades he made. I think it is a big liar. After I cancelled my withdraw, kevin did some trades immediately on USDJPY and OIL and all trades got LOSS result for $17,500 in total just in an hour.(http://puu.sh/jeyMn/54657ac252.png) I changed my password and terminated expert trade contract immediately. I still have some money left in my account but only the bonus which I can't withdraw. The only way is to win trade until it exceeds the bonus level.
 
I asked Support BigOption many questions but no respond. I got only email said that my case was escalated to that department or that manager and it's gone. Please see below questions I submitted to BigOption.
 
Please answer these questions I have got advise from Mr. Kevin White
 
IS IT TRUE?
 
1. Can Expert trader reserve some trades in advance with investment bank for trader?
 
2. Do I need to cancel my withdraw request for cancellation reserved trades made by Expert trader?
 
3. Will Expert trader lose their license if their client loss money by his trade?
 
4. It is not allowed for client to see Expert trader's license or any identification document.
 
5. Expert trader gain 15% commission of client's profit on trade binary option and they will get it when client withdraw money.
 
6. Can Expert trader convince client to over investment and over trade?
 
I also asked them about Platinum account privilege.
 
BigOption’s Platinum Account is for exclusive customers who perform high trade volume (What's the maximum) and require personalised trading advice. Along with all the benefits that you are entitled to, you will also benefit from a tailor-made account, suitable for your ever-changing needs, as in:
 
Exclusive Daily Market Review Email (Never got it)
Advanced Guide to Trading (Got 1 training session for short term trade from Lucy Heston)
20 Risk-Free Trades* (***please explain more***)
Up to 100% Investment Bonus
Personal Account Manager (Amy Bright but do nothing)
Platinum Trading Signals up to 2 months (worth $599) (Never got it)
Additional bonuses on every deposit (please explain more)
Daily One-on-One session with our trading expert (Kevin White has been terminated from my trading expert)
Advanced Auto Trading Robot (Never got it)
 
It might be lucky that I just installed CallX mobile application which I have all sound records between Kenvin and me.
 
You can find all record sound from this link:
 
You can find all email exchange from this link:
 
I don't know whether who can explain how the credit card dispute process works.
What can I do now? Please advise.
 
BigOption address:
 
fraudulent firm
BIGMARKETUM Ltd. The Apex, 2 Sheriffs Orchard, Coventry, West Midlands, CV1 3PP, United Kingdom.
 
On the other thread posted a different address
Name & Registered Office:
BIG MARKETS MU LTD
1A, ARCADE HOUSE
TEMPLE FORTUNE
LONDON
UNITED KINGDOM
NW11 7TL
Company No. 09223581
 
More fraud cases, please find in this link
 
Account No: 390938
 
Kevin White sent me an email on 31 July 2015
 
"Why are you asking customer support all of these questions?
They don't know how to answer your questions.
They are customer support agents, not brokers.
They do not know what a reserved trade is…"
 
Contact details from BigOption
 
Kevin White <[email protected]> 442035144276
Lucy Heston <[email protected]>
Amy Bright <[email protected]>
 


#2 Crimbs51

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Posted 05 August 2015 - 08:02 PM

Give me a sign of your life that you are still here and I will tell you what is the best action to take.


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#3 Crimbs51

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Posted 05 August 2015 - 08:18 PM

I will tell you the brief solution. Send an email to customer support (not specific person) that you were deceived by your account manager that he reserved trades for you (how can you reserve trades? I never of that before in my life) and that he made reckless decisions and possibly deliberately lost you money. Say that trading with people's money without a license is illegal and you demand to see a full refund. If not, you will persecute legal actions and reverse the charges with your credit card company.

 

If you have the money and time hire professionals to track down the HQ and send an official letter from a lawyer threatening to sue the broker in their country. The broker will probably settle and give you the money back + compensation. If this was an EA that traded and you gave your consent it is more difficult but like I said, please give me a sign of life. The reason I am asking for that sign is to make sure you are not representing a broker that is here to trash other brokers. It is very common these days.



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Posted 06 August 2015 - 03:03 AM

Hi Crimbs51, I have posted my issue on forexpeacearmy (http://www.forexpeac...ption-scam.html) I am not representing any broker. You can find my voice records and email exchanges on the links I provided.

 

I had contacted [email protected] and they said "The reserved trade was that a trade has been reserved for you and your expert trader was advising you not to withdraw as the trade was believed to be profitable."

 

Read this the email sent to me by my expert trader
https://www.dropbox....7_1647.pdf?dl=0

 

Voice record when my expert trader told me that he reserved some trades for me

And the last email my expert trader sent me on 31 July 2015

 

"Why are you asking customer support all of these questions?
They don't know how to answer your questions.
They are customer support agents, not brokers.
They do not know what a reserved trade is…"


#5 Crimbs51

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Posted 06 August 2015 - 05:30 PM

Thanks for showing you are alive. Let's start at the beginning, how did you deposit the money to your account? I will try and help you fix this issue.



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Posted 12 August 2015 - 12:57 AM

I saw BinaryBoom auto-trade software on Youtube and a kind interesting on how it works. It took me open an account on BipOption which has got a reward on most reliable broker year 2014 from FXEMPIRE. After I got BinaryBoom software, it didn't perform as I was on Youtube. No auto-trade at all. Don't follow the signal, BinaryBoom is a SCAM (Read more). After I got an account, Amy Bright, Account manager called me. I kept asking her about the auto-trade software but she said BinaryBoom is a third party and not reliable so she invited me to talk with Kevin White, Expert trader who can assist and help me trade. Kevin White started calling me and this was a beginning of my story.

 

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#7 kritkab

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Posted 14 August 2015 - 04:28 AM

BigOption is already blacklisted on fairbinaryoptions.com
See more about it here
and here


#8 kritkab

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Posted 27 August 2015 - 04:34 AM

News update: FXEMPIRE has removed the award from Big Option's page on FXEMPIRE website.

Find replied email from FXEMPIRE here: 
https://www.dropbox....award_.pdf?dl=0

fxempire awards 2014 winners
http://www.fxempire....s-2014-winners/
Screenshot on 12 Aug 2015 -> http://puu.sh/jyv5M/2db7b87b3a.jpg
Screenshot on 27 Aug 2015 -> http://puu.sh/jQdWt/43da482818.png



#9 kritkab

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Posted 28 August 2015 - 02:37 AM

Unregulated proof evidence !!!

I have got replied emails from Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Autoriteit Financiële Markten (AFM), and Comisión Nacional de Mercado de Valores (CNMV). Please see below.
FCA -> http://puu.sh/jHTUi/4657b877e1.png
AFM -> http://puu.sh/jHTY0/7549fc7c85.png
CNMV -> https://www.dropbox....y CNMV.pdf?dl=0

Although CNMV didn't state that BigOption is not regulated by them but they give a link for finding regulate brokers.
http://www.cnmv.es/p...PorEntidad.aspx

I have searched keyword Big, Option, BigOption, BigMarket, BigMarketum but not found.
http://puu.sh/jRddv/456075b320.png
But I could find other regulated brokers, please see below.
http://puu.sh/jNzXI/9cbfa0c26c.png
http://puu.sh/jNxOB/9faabb7d86.png
http://puu.sh/jNxSd/a0bf4471cb.png






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