I live in the United Arab Emirates, in the City of Dubai and I made an investment of $5,000.00 to www.binarygoal.com which is a Forex Exchange company based in the United Kingdom, via my credit card and I earned a profit of $8,750.00 and I have tried to make several withdraws of $3,000.00, $5,000.00 and $13,400.00 respectfully. To the present I have waited over two month for them to pay me and they always come up with an excuse. I have complained several times via their customer support conpany and I still did not get a response. I have also tried all the phone numbers listed on their web site without any success. All they want me to do is invest more money and tell me not to worry about the wire transfer of my money to me. Furthermore, I cannot log into my account anymore. I tried everything from re-setting my password to sending requests to contact support without avail. i have just received another scam email from their support centre asking me to wire another 4,500 USD as an insurance deductible in the name of a certain Jose Mota Camacho who is a clerck for Bajaj/Allianz insurance company. Binary Goal is a binary options broker owned by Dolce Formula Ltd., located at Trident Chambers, P.O. Box 1388, Victoria, Mahé, Seychelles. This site is managed by STDF Services Ltd located at Invision House, Wilbury Way, Hitchin, Hertfordshire SG4 0TY, United Kingdom. Their email address is (email address removed by HolySmoke.org admin), and their phone number is +359 2 492 8335.
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