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#1 freia

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Posted 24 September 2015 - 04:56 AM

In broker discussion thread you will find many complaints about IQOption  http://www.binaryopt.../703-iq-option/

 

Yesterday I posted there about PURCHASE ERROR

(http://www.binaryopt...ge-8#entry36269)

 

Today I got another error:

 

"THERE IS NO MORE AVAILABLE OPTIONS FOR THIS EXPIRATION TIME. PLEASE TRY A DIFFERENT EXPIRY TIME OR CHOOSE OTHER ASSET".

 

Attached File  iqshit.png   107.92KB   17 downloads

 

What a hell? This is not FOREX, BO is only betting, not purchasing contracts.

 

I use martingale and now this has happened to me 2 times in the middle of martingale, so of course I lost.

 

So guys, I really do NOT RECOMMEND IQOPTION to martingalers!!!

 


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#2 MXBO

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Posted 25 September 2015 - 05:32 AM

Yup. They adjusted their system to make it even more difficult for people to make $$. Now you can no longer buy bigger sizes and get as many executions as you want within a time-frame to offset being out of the money if necessary.

 

Spoke to my account manager about this and he said they now allocated €6K per time-frame for ALL traders at IQ option in that particular asset and time-frame. But most of the time you can get like 800-1000 for yourself.

 

I never heard of a platform doing this. And it's one way for them to throttle bigger wins by users as well as being able to offset being out of the money better. Now you have to really nail the trade and it's harder.

 

He also said that 90%+ of traders don't even use that much $$ as I do but it's just really disappointing. Who cares if most people use small money. If I wanna trade with bigger sizes let me.

 

I will still continue to trade with them but I have to adjust my previous trading style.



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Posted 25 September 2015 - 07:57 AM

Yup. They adjusted their system to make it even more difficult for people to make $$. Now you can no longer buy bigger sizes and get as many executions as you want within a time-frame to offset being out of the money if necessary.

 

Spoke to my account manager about this and he said they now allocated €6K per time-frame for ALL traders at IQ option in that particular asset and time-frame. But most of the time you can get like 800-1000 for yourself.

 

I never heard of a platform doing this. And it's one way for them to throttle bigger wins by users as well as being able to offset being out of the money better. Now you have to really nail the trade and it's harder.

 

He also said that 90%+ of traders don't even use that much $$ as I do but it's just really disappointing. Who cares if most people use small money. If I wanna trade with bigger sizes let me.

 

I will still continue to trade with them but I have to adjust my previous trading style.

 

 

let me see if i understand. if there are 600 people that already put 10 $ for expiry at 10.52 am (just giving a random number). my 10 $ stake will be rejected? 


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Posted 25 September 2015 - 08:09 AM

let me see if i understand. if there are 600 people that already put 10 $ for expiry at 10.52 am (just giving a random number). my 10 $ stake will be rejected? 

 

According to what he told me it's this (but only for the Binary Options section with longer time frames of 15, 30 & 45 min expiration):

 

If you wanna enter Calls/ Puts of EURUSD at 11:30 for an expiration at 11:45 you will only get about a total of 800-1000 worth (in whatever currency you trade) Calls/ Puts.

 

Normally you can always get that amount but according to what he told me if many IQ Option traders get the same asset & expiration time and already bought up the 6K allocated amount by IQ Option then you won't get much or anything.

 

So far I've always been able to get a max of about 800-1000 in time-frames & assets. Few times I could only get 80-100 or 200 max. 

 

Either way this is really stupid. If in future there are many more traders on their platform and all trade the same asset/ expiration time the shared 6K allocated by IQ is used up fast. I don't know how they can do this, makes no sense.

 

As a trader you should be able to get as much of a size as you want as long as you have enough money in the account.

 

I can understand if there'd be a limit of 10K per time-frame. Some brokers have a limit of that. Otherwise it's just really frustrating with such limitations.



#5 luca1073

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Posted 25 September 2015 - 08:59 AM

According to what he told me it's this (but only for the Binary Options section with longer time frames of 15, 30 & 45 min expiration):

 

If you wanna enter Calls/ Puts of EURUSD at 11:30 for an expiration at 11:45 you will only get about a total of 800-1000 worth (in whatever currency you trade) Calls/ Puts.

 

Normally you can always get that amount but according to what he told me if many IQ Option traders get the same asset & expiration time and already bought up the 6K allocated amount by IQ Option then you won't get much or anything.

 

So far I've always been able to get a max of about 800-1000 in time-frames & assets. Few times I could only get 80-100 or 200 max. 

 

Either way this is really stupid. If in future there are many more traders on their platform and all trade the same asset/ expiration time the shared 6K allocated by IQ is used up fast. I don't know how they can do this, makes no sense.

 

As a trader you should be able to get as much of a size as you want as long as you have enough money in the account.

 

I can understand if there'd be a limit of 10K per time-frame. Some brokers have a limit of that. Otherwise it's just really frustrating with such limitations.

 

limitations in trading bring nowhere and may damage the broker in short and long term. it s the trader that should decide. 

its like when i lived in argentina.  the government wanted to control and restrict the foreign exchange of their local currency (the peso) prohibiting the argentinians to buy dollars or euros hoping that the money would stay in the country. this just created the black market and the peso lost 300 % of its value. people don't like limitations.

 

in the binary options case if they hope to contain losses with limitations or restrictions or screw the traders they will see all the traders leave their platform and go elsewhere like the money in argentina



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Posted 25 September 2015 - 09:05 AM

oh thanks god i dont trade more than 3-5m :)



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Posted 25 September 2015 - 09:10 AM

What about that martingale stuff?
Hameed you trade many during 1 expiry time.. you havent experienced like that?



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Posted 25 September 2015 - 09:20 AM

What about that martingale stuff?
Hameed you trade many during 1 expiry time.. you havent experienced like that?

no i haven't petyaaa honestly speaking 1-2-3-4-5m i didnt face such thing UNLESS i got internet connection issue


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Posted 25 September 2015 - 09:27 AM

oh thanks god i dont trade more than 3-5m :)

 

Those "Turbo Options" of 1-6min's are much more dangerous and risky. I trade them too during slower market times but during more volume/ active market it's tough and you can put more money in the 15, 30, 45min.

 

I had a stellar past few months in those longer expiry, made about €30K in last 2 months, not counting another 30K of profits which I had in the account but unfortunately blew those like a dumbass.

 

Anyway. As luca mentioned, limitations are not good and could damage their reputation and traders leave elsewhere.

 

Hopefully more people complain and IQ changes their system again.



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Posted 25 September 2015 - 09:30 AM

There are more than 10 traders on this thread complaining the same manipulation/restriction stuff imposed by IQoption whose representative must be here by now reading this horrible complaints and do damage control.

I m waiting for lock accounts complaints which we hear plenty of such horrendous stories of it which clients faced with IQoptions on other forums. This is raise the bar of complaints against IQoptions rendering them to be another big time scam broker.

 

Either you take serious caution against IQoption or expose yourself to possible lost of your entire profits plus deposit, its your choice. The red flag is definitely raised on this broker. No point gamble with a scam broker who has no capacity to pay you back your profits or deposit money !!!


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#11 hameed412

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Posted 25 September 2015 - 09:31 AM

Those "Turbo Options" of 1-6min's are much more dangerous and risky. I trade them too during slower market times but during more volume/ active market it's tough and you can put more money in the 15, 30, 45min.

 

I had a stellar past few months in those longer expiry, made about €30K in last 2 months, not counting another 30K of profits which I had in the account but unfortunately blew those like a dumbass.

 

Anyway. As luca mentioned, limitations are not good and could damage their reputation and traders leave elsewhere.

 

Hopefully more people complain and IQ changes their system again.

Great to hear that MXBO and wish you a huge itms all the way 

Yes they are very risky BUT if you know how to handle them then they became very profitable :) 



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Posted 25 September 2015 - 10:35 AM

There are more than 10 traders on this thread complaining the same manipulation/restriction stuff imposed by IQoption whose representative must be here by now reading this horrible complaints and do damage control.

I m waiting for lock accounts complaints which we hear plenty of such horrendous stories of it which clients faced with IQoptions on other forums. This is raise the bar of complaints against IQoptions rendering them to be another big time scam broker.

 

Either you take serious caution against IQoption or expose yourself to possible lost of your entire profits plus deposit, its your choice. The red flag is definitely raised on this broker. No point gamble with a scam broker who has no capacity to pay you back your profits or deposit money !!!

 

I wouldn't call them scam. 

 

I've been able to withdraw a lot of money with them sans any problems. 

 

BUT yes they too try (just like so many other brokers) to create hurdles for traders to make bigger profits.


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Posted 25 September 2015 - 10:39 AM

I wouldn't call them scam. 

 

I've been able to withdraw a lot of money with them sans any problems. 

 

BUT yes they too try (just like so many other brokers) to create hurdles for traders to make bigger profits.

 squeeze every broker for what they are worth and then flip to another when he create problems, repeat the process , until u get back to the initial broker :D


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Posted 25 September 2015 - 11:22 AM

 squeeze every broker for what they are worth and then flip to another when he create problems, repeat the process , until u get back to the initial broker :D

 

Well, Every good scams do the same.

 

Creates a Broker with some cysec and stuff.

Then squeeze many traders for what they are worth.

Then flip to another company.

Repeat the process until they find the first person they scammed.

And, then what?

Then try to scam him again.

 

If someone plays with your money, you are bound to act unless its not your money.


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Posted 25 September 2015 - 11:28 AM

Well, Every good scams do the same.

 

Creates a Broker with some cysec and stuff.

Then squeeze many traders for what they are worth.

Then flip to another company.

Repeat the process until they find the first person they scammed.

And, then what?

Then try to scam him again.

 

If someone plays with your money, you are bound to act unless its not your money.

its a poetic tone , nd u completed the poem for what it was worth :P



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Posted 25 September 2015 - 12:46 PM

looool  i IQ OPTION if they are good in platform and withdraws and no issues in my trades ( at least for me and for the past 12 months ) 

 

Then sorry Yaw i would not call the a scam at all . this is my opinion .


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Posted 25 September 2015 - 01:13 PM

With all due respect Hameed, I think we all know by now that YOU don't have any issues with IQ :)
I would be more interested to have a bit more posting population diversity when it comes to the IQ subject because it gets repetitive.
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Posted 25 September 2015 - 01:20 PM

With all due respect Hameed, I think we all know by now that YOU don't have any issues with IQ :)
I would be more interested to have a bit more posting population diversity when it comes to the IQ subject because it gets repetitive.

as you wish Tripack :)   i will not post any feedback on this thread or any thread related to ( IQOption ) 



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Posted 26 September 2015 - 10:37 AM

It'll happen again and in near future you guys may face more problems with IQOption, specially who trade on binary options. As because of 70% of traders on their platform constantly trade on the turbo options (1 to 5 minutes expiry) and only 10% of them have regular profit which is fantastic for IQOption. The rest 30% of traders choose binary options and nearly 20% of them have regular profit which becomes headache for IQOption.

 

So wait for surprises as because they how much we love surprises.

 

Brokers are always Smarter than Traders.



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Posted 26 September 2015 - 12:27 PM

IQ has issues with martingale systems.

I played 3 times my 60s system and 5th trade always was problematic.

2 times on demo, one 5th bet issues with platform and placing bet, another time another day, second time lags, and error on site.

Then I've tried on live account and 5th trade I get completly different candle than my mt4, mt5 and other broker candlesticks...

 

Be aware, they know what possible system you're trading I think, now IQ for me is only for demo purposes.

 

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