I became involved with CBM in the hopes of supplementing my income with trading in binary options which they claimed had a better than 75% win record. I made money with them but when I asked to close my account and have the balance of my account returned to me the trouble began. All emails to their support team returned the same message “we have informed your broker.” Nothing happened and after two months of demanding my money the broker started unauthorized trading on my account that was supposed to be closed and lost all but $170. I have never received one cent of my $700 and probably never will. Granted, it was a bad decision on my part but the people at Capital Bank Markets are not to be trusted with any money and neither is Push Money App. who made promises they did not keep. They both were, in my opinion, just another internet scam and I fell for it, even though I researched both before I invested.
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