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It's not news anymore that Forex trade, binary option, crypto is frustrating and heartbreaking when you lose your hard earned money to your broker and it can lead one to bankruptcy if not managed with a sincere Broker/Account manager. Mr David from Hack Assets has all it takes to win in terms of strategy and his method of trading gives every trader a great smile and a maximum winning, coming in contact with you sir is a blessing to me and my family, I am a winner all round. Do check him out today on hackassets via google mail and google his strategy.
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Posted 2 weeks ago
My experience with CryptoNXT is nothing to write home about. Thanks Kerry H for your great review on how you recouped your funds! I also got help! My experience with CryptoNXT is nothing to write home about. Thanks to Kerry Hannifey review I am able to also share my experience on how I was able to use CYBERING to recover my funds from CryptoNXT. It started with CryptoNXT 8 months ago. They contacted via calls to get my interest in investing in Cryptocurrency. At that time I had $8,000 worth of BTC and thought it was a cold call. They kept on calling and calling then I decided to give it a try by sending CryptoNXT $300 via my Credit card. The next day i decided to Send additional money of $7000 to David brooks. In a short while after trading for a while, I got some bonus of $10,000 to my account. The account increased in value. After a while I lost contact with David Brooks. Shortly after I lost contact with David brooks, Another account manager known as Adam Anderson was assigned to me. He informed me David Brook's wife was in a serious automobile accident and he, Adam Anderson, would be handling my account till David Brooks returned. I never heard from David Brook again Mr. Anderson eventually convinced me to become a Platinum Investor and have a Platinum Pension VIP Account. A VIP Account requires $100K deposit which I agreed to. I did a wire transfer of $100,000 to Adam Anderson to be a platinum investor. As time went on and I transferred additional BTC, to CryptNXT and the account grew. As time progressed invested in CryptoNXT Mining Account. The Buy-in price was $25K. The Mining Account paid 1BTC dividend at the end of each month which I never asked for withdrawals. I then upped the investment in the Mining Account with an additional $20k to $45k. That Mining Account level paid a 2.0BTC dividend at the end of the month. The Mining Account contract was for 12 months and could not be closed before the 12 months. At the end of the 12 months I had the option to extend the Mining Account for an additional 12 months. The money to open the Mining Account would be paid back at the end of 12 months, $25K initially then$45k. Overtime The account had grown to $240,652.41not including the $35K Mining Account payback. All these were done out of my believe for mankind. Never knew I was being played all these time. Earlier this year I requested for a withdrawal just to confirm the genuineness of CryptoNXT. I asked them to send me just $10,000 and to my greatest surprise, they started giving excuses and problems. The major excuse was the fact that I have to pay some Chinese Government Taxes of about $50,000 before I would be able to make withdrawals. We can all beat the odds together. I Learnt the hard way and I would share my experience to avoid another innocent human falling into Cryptonxt nets. Put all your evidence of transactions and send them to "enquiries @ cybering .net"
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Posted 1 month ago
thought i had a good relationship with the broker. It started out with an "Oscar Ford" telling me that my initial investment of $2,500 will be matched by him. Less than one week later after he had manipulated the figures in my account to look like i'm winning he said that if i put in $10,000 i will get a contract to the effect of being 30% insured, and because he never looses and invests in small amounts my $10,000 will be safe. Plus i could withdraw that money at any time I choose with no issues. A few days later after he had my account reflecting a further $20,000 in winnings, I was encouraged to put another $10,000 towards another investment. This time my money is 100% insured, he said, and again i could withdraw at any time. My account got to around $47,000 in about 2 weeks and i needed to withdraw as we had agreed that I needed the $20,000 at a particular date and that I will be leaving the $27,000 to continue trading. At this time i stopped hearing from him because he had tried to convince me that making a withdrawal takes away the benefit of insurance etc. I insisted because i needed the money. My account went up again a little over $54,000. I started to contact support in order to make my withdrawal. After a while they became very rude, the person i was trying to plead with to give Oscar my message told me that i was giving him attitude. then as i continued to call their number, Mr Oscar Ford called me back to say he just came out of a 9 hrs meeting and was fired because he had lost a client's $3,00,000. It was a total made up story and I knew it. Before the conversation, my account was over $54,000. By the end of the conversation when i checked again it was suddenly down to $1.00. This is a well laid out scam by the company, when you ask to withdraw they will make you fill out forms confirming that you give them the money hence there is no argument there. According to them this was what was needed to make the withdrawal. But even after filling out several forms I was completely ignored and finally banned from their company website. It seems all everyone does is lie these days. I got scammed by them and their fake agents I also went and lost funds to 53options in the process but that’s a different story because i got to withdraw twice on their platform. I was so gullible but I was willing to get back what I had lost,Recoveryexperts0 AT GMAIL, made sure I got a full refund from both companies. I really do not know how they do it, but I am satisfied with the outcome and I’m definitely never doing any of these again.
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Posted 1 month ago
thought i had a good relationship with the broker. It started out with an "Oscar Ford" telling me that my initial investment of $2,500 will be matched by him. Less than one week later after he had manipulated the figures in my account to look like i'm winning he said that if i put in $10,000 i will get a contract to the effect of being 30% insured, and because he never looses and invests in small amounts my $10,000 will be safe. Plus i could withdraw that money at any time I choose with no issues. A few days later after he had my account reflecting a further $20,000 in winnings, I was encouraged to put another $10,000 towards another investment. This time my money is 100% insured, he said, and again i could withdraw at any time. My account got to around $47,000 in about 2 weeks and i needed to withdraw as we had agreed that I needed the $20,000 at a particular date and that I will be leaving the $27,000 to continue trading. At this time i stopped hearing from him because he had tried to convince me that making a withdrawal takes away the benefit of insurance etc. I insisted because i needed the money. My account went up again a little over $54,000. I started to contact support in order to make my withdrawal. After a while they became very rude, the person i was trying to plead with to give Oscar my message told me that i was giving him attitude. then as i continued to call their number, Mr Oscar Ford called me back to say he just came out of a 9 hrs meeting and was fired because he had lost a client's $3,00,000. It was a total made up story and I knew it. Before the conversation, my account was over $54,000. By the end of the conversation when i checked again it was suddenly down to $1.00. This is a well laid out scam by the company, when you ask to withdraw they will make you fill out forms confirming that you give them the money hence there is no argument there. According to them this was what was needed to make the withdrawal. But even after filling out several forms I was completely ignored and finally banned from their company website. It seems all everyone does is lie these days. I got scammed by them and their fake agents I also went and lost funds to 53options in the process but that’s a different story because i got to withdraw twice on their platform. I was so gullible but I was willing to get back what I had lost,Recoveryexperts0 AT GMAIL, made sure I got a full refund from both companies. I really do not know how they do it, but I am satisfied with the outcome and I’m definitely never doing any of these again.
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Posted 1 month ago
thought i had a good relationship with the broker. It started out with an "Oscar Ford" telling me that my initial investment of $2,500 will be matched by him. Less than one week later after he had manipulated the figures in my account to look like i'm winning he said that if i put in $10,000 i will get a contract to the effect of being 30% insured, and because he never looses and invests in small amounts my $10,000 will be safe. Plus i could withdraw that money at any time I choose with no issues. A few days later after he had my account reflecting a further $20,000 in winnings, I was encouraged to put another $10,000 towards another investment. This time my money is 100% insured, he said, and again i could withdraw at any time. My account got to around $47,000 in about 2 weeks and i needed to withdraw as we had agreed that I needed the $20,000 at a particular date and that I will be leaving the $27,000 to continue trading. At this time i stopped hearing from him because he had tried to convince me that making a withdrawal takes away the benefit of insurance etc. I insisted because i needed the money. My account went up again a little over $54,000. I started to contact support in order to make my withdrawal. After a while they became very rude, the person i was trying to plead with to give Oscar my message told me that i was giving him attitude. then as i continued to call their number, Mr Oscar Ford called me back to say he just came out of a 9 hrs meeting and was fired because he had lost a client's $3,00,000. It was a total made up story and I knew it. Before the conversation, my account was over $54,000. By the end of the conversation when i checked again it was suddenly down to $1.00. This is a well laid out scam by the company, when you ask to withdraw they will make you fill out forms confirming that you give them the money hence there is no argument there. According to them this was what was needed to make the withdrawal. But even after filling out several forms I was completely ignored and finally banned from their company website. It seems all everyone does is lie these days. I got scammed by them and their fake agents I also went and lost funds to 53options in the process but that’s a different story because i got to withdraw twice on their platform. I was so gullible but I was willing to get back what I had lost,Recoveryexperts0 AT GMAIL, made sure I got a full refund from both companies. I really do not know how they do it, but I am satisfied with the outcome and I’m definitely never doing any of these again.
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Posted 1 month ago
thought i had a good relationship with the broker. It started out with an "Oscar Ford" telling me that my initial investment of $2,500 will be matched by him. Less than one week later after he had manipulated the figures in my account to look like i'm winning he said that if i put in $10,000 i will get a contract to the effect of being 30% insured, and because he never looses and invests in small amounts my $10,000 will be safe. Plus i could withdraw that money at any time I choose with no issues. A few days later after he had my account reflecting a further $20,000 in winnings, I was encouraged to put another $10,000 towards another investment. This time my money is 100% insured, he said, and again i could withdraw at any time. My account got to around $47,000 in about 2 weeks and i needed to withdraw as we had agreed that I needed the $20,000 at a particular date and that I will be leaving the $27,000 to continue trading. At this time i stopped hearing from him because he had tried to convince me that making a withdrawal takes away the benefit of insurance etc. I insisted because i needed the money. My account went up again a little over $54,000. I started to contact support in order to make my withdrawal. After a while they became very rude, the person i was trying to plead with to give Oscar my message told me that i was giving him attitude. then as i continued to call their number, Mr Oscar Ford called me back to say he just came out of a 9 hrs meeting and was fired because he had lost a client's $3,00,000. It was a total made up story and I knew it. Before the conversation, my account was over $54,000. By the end of the conversation when i checked again it was suddenly down to $1.00. This is a well laid out scam by the company, when you ask to withdraw they will make you fill out forms confirming that you give them the money hence there is no argument there. According to them this was what was needed to make the withdrawal. But even after filling out several forms I was completely ignored and finally banned from their company website. It seems all everyone does is lie these days. I got scammed by them and their fake agents I also went and lost funds to 53options in the process but that’s a different story because i got to withdraw twice on their platform. I was so gullible but I was willing to get back what I had lost,Recoveryexperts0 AT GMAIL, made sure I got a full refund from both companies. I really do not know how they do it, but I am satisfied with the outcome and I’m definitely never doing any of these again.
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Posted 1 month ago
RECOVER YOUR FUNDS LIKE I DID I opened a trading account with Coinbits with one of their account managers who they said would assist me with winning tradings. I was then added to a group of 10 whose funds would be pooled in order to provide the depth of funds required to purchase cryptocurrencies at a wholesale rate of 5% below market. Returns guaranteed with no risk. it turned out this wasn't the case at all and I was tricked into allowing my funds to be used by the account manager for other purposes. This resulted in extremely large losses being posted to my account including the incorporation of excessively large swap-commissions. When I realized what was happening I was able to stop the trades still leaving my account in balance. After the incident the account manager went underground and I haven't heard from him since. My account is still active but I can't withdraw my funds, I have applied to withdraw the $120,000 I invested. So far they've transferred about $10,000 and promise to send the remaining balance of $110,000 in which I did't get for about 9 months. But luckily for me I was able to reach out to a recovery firm that helped me to recover all my funds from them, in which I was grateful for their services and getting the job done ASAP. Just incase you're in similar suitaion and you need help in accessing/recovering your funds, kindly reach out to quickfundsrecovery at gmail, they are simply the best. Tested and Trusted.
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Posted 2 months ago
I am just glad I have all my money back from this company with the help of a recovery company WEALTHWATCHS,COM after months of asking for withdrawals and they were denying it. I made a total deposits of 90000EUR and made a lot of profits. When I asked for withdrawals, they asked ,me to pay more which I refused and my account was closed the next day. They stopped responding to mails and calls. I am just glad I have all my money back from them.
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Posted 3 months ago
coinmarketrade.com is rated 2.13 based on 8 reviews