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Alex 01/14/2020 at 05:55 AM
IDEAL TRADER OPTIONS
idealtraderoptions.com is a scam website where they say they will make you a great profit with Bitcoin.
They ask you for $500 in bitcoin to be uploaded to their website idealtraderoptions.com so the "broker" can trade for you. They make it look like you are making thousands of dollars in profit.
Once a week they let you take out the profit, but first only 80%.
To take out this 80 % in profit YOU NEED to pay them in taxes, this is the scam!
Haxe 03/11/2020 at 07:46 PM
They did the same to me... They wanted ibpc which was $2150... It's a scam... They don't to refund us
Haxe 03/11/2020 at 07:46 PM
Please don't invest your money in them
Andre 04/01/2020 at 01:45 AM
Hi Alex, did you manage to get your money back?
Andre 04/01/2020 at 12:55 PM
A scam with a twist, adds all over the net for a good trader (account manager) who will trade for you (this is the bait), they tell you to open an account with idealtraderoptions who tell you that only bitcoin transfers work as an option to fund account at present (can't do charge backs on bitcoin). The trader, who by now you have chatted to and established a relationship with, tells you all will be great and the deal is done. You read the T&C and it says that taxes and brokerage fees are chargeable only for the first withdrawal, ambiguous as to where the funds are expected to come from. If there is enough profits at the time of withdrawal, surely the brokerage can take their cut and deliver the rest to the client. No such hope, this is the scam!!! The client has to obtain, now a hefty fee (not notated on the website but given on request) of 9.5% of the total withdrawal that has to be 80% of the actual money in the account (profit) and a further $1050. So as of this moment, week cycle (investment period) not finished, $3628.05+$1050=4678.05. This is what must be paid to receive the balance in the account, what a neat scam!! I can't believe my stupidity!!
Felix 04/02/2020 at 09:57 AM
It's my first time but I am unable to get my profits because I don't have the $6,605 needed in taxes and brokerage fees. Are the monies there and if yes, who can assist me in accessing them?
dimkosm 05/04/2020 at 02:28 AM
I have been scammed two months ago with the same way from them all my savings lost you are not stupid but you believed in them.*
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