Hi guys. This a heads up, that I have been scammed by Goptions. Please note that I have all the evidence as in screenshots and emails. But first my sorry: About 2 weeks ago I deposited 500$ into my new Goption account and I started to do my normal trades, I loved using there trading system called Forex, this is where you can put a buy order and a stop order. With this I was extremely positive and was this non-stop wining for me, I have attached a screenshot of all my winnings. I did an average of about 8 to 20 trades a day, had 1 to 3 loses a day, so this was big profits for me, my account went from 500$ to 7595$ within 2 weeks. This was amazing for me, UNTIL! The day when I applied to withdraw 5000$, at first the withdrawal was cancelled, then I reapplied for it and was cancelled again. Then I got a call from 1 of their technical ppl saying that there is a problem with the account. After a full day of me sending emails and chatting with them on live chat, they came up with the stories that there is nothing that thy can do about the account, I will have to reopen a new account they will deposit 500$ into my new account with a 500$ bounce for me to start over, or thy can credit my credit card with the 500$. I do not want the 500$ bounce, I know you need to make a certain volume before you can withdraw. But they are forcing me to take the bounce or credit my credit card.
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