There were occasions where about 30 one minute trades were recommended during calls and all were successful.
I would like for all of us to share our emails, videos and anything else to get our money. So I guess this is how the scam works.
I lost half of my deposit and trying to get the remaining amount sent to me. But then I read their terms and conditions page and it says: So I guess this is how the scam works. That Nesdek is also advertising on job search websites is telling…… If you are looking for a job DO NOT sign up to be one of their pimps! Glenridge Capital called me during my reading all these negative words.
I had a bad feeling when I got an email from them immediately after signing up. Enoch Leung answered 2 years ago I am beginning to feel deceived by this trading company Glenridge Capital that we are making profits.
I agree with you all. I should quit working for this company. I already sent my personal request to reclaim my money through email. Can anyone explain this? I just want my money back. If not, what should I possibly do to force them to pay back the amount I have claimed? Please reply at my email: I am 24 and am a student in college. I want definite answers concerning about this scambroker.
Communication is way to frustrating and now they have put a spread of points on everything so it is impossible to win any trade under 2 minutes and very difficult to win even that one. THey have also disabled the extend button on accounts so you cannot try to extend a losing trade anymore. Glenridge account managers called on October 13 and recommended several long term trades.
Glenridge obviously did not want me to withdraw from my cash account. Six month trades were made with the full amount of the annual account on October This meant that no new trades could be made until April and no funds withdrawn. In retrospect, this was a poor recommendation. Jon Taylor called on October 19, and sail that Frank Born and Dennis Owen were no longer with Glenridge and that he would be my account manager.
Trade results recommended by Jon Taylor between October 20 and December 8, follow: Cash account sixty second trades-all winners e. Longer term trades were recommended but not profitable.
It was recommended that some unprofitable longer term trades be extended. However, my accounts had more than 20 long term trades and only 20 trades could be accessed for extension. You are largely left on your own. Now you find yourself in very deep water with no way to swim to shore. It is nearly impossible to do profitable trading on your own. Indeed, even the trades that they suggest are at best break-even. In the beginning I would receve assistance and calls by my Head Analyst: Now, that I have no more money to contribute to the account, he will not even answer my calls.
Please do yourself a favor and just say no to these Binary Trade Scams.
Warning: Glenridge is a Scam! They are not licensed or regulated. Glenridge Capital was an unlicensed binary options broker that opened in Glenridge Capital’s phone number is; USA:
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