Goption Fraud/Scam revealled

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Old May 25, 2013, 5:46pm   #25
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Re: Goption Fraud/Scam revealled

jaga1 started this thread Goptions changed its old virtual office to new virtual office address (I am sure they did not notiifed to clients).Also

Goptions removed:

Massive consulting group (as binaryoptions10.com also registered with this group)
&
BVI registration number in their contact us page.as they know they are not BVI registered

Adam also changed to new skype it seems.

Check
http://www.trade2win.com/boards/fixe...ml#post2135772
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Old May 26, 2013, 1:27pm   #26
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So with that being said, the business still operates on all the points above.
There will always be SOB's like this idiot, and even more like clever liquid,
fas tto point out that we have virtual offices...DUH its
the bloody online age, I've been travelling for almost a year non stop.
What you want a cup of tea and to sit on my lap you stupid child?

I mean seriously grow up.
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Now lets look into the NEW contact details for GOoptions.
goptions - About Us

Full Mailing address is:

Longmont Ltd.
788-790 Finchley Rd.
London,
NW117TJ
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 203 608 1331

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Funnily enough, the same address as:
BC Business Centrum Limited
Registered office:
BC Business Centrum Limited
788-790 Finchley Road
London
NW11 7TJ

BC Business Centrum Limited offer the following services:
offshore-formations
We incorporate companies both in the UK and offshore and we provide all of the services required to maintain those companies, such as:

• Company secretary
• Nominee directors / shareholders
• Registered office
• Filing annual returns
• Preparation and filing of accounts
• Filing company registers
• Preparation and filing of VAT returns
• Payroll
• Representative office
• Meeting rooms at our address
• Mail shots
• Assistance with opening bank accounts
• Dedicated Telephone Line

In other words, knock on the door there, and you will not find anyone
from GOoptions.


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More interestingly, the domain for GOoptions has been deliberately kept private:
Goptions.com - Goptions
Registrant:
Domains By Proxy, LLC

https://www.domainsbyproxy.com/Default.aspx
Domains by Proxy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Is there a reason for keeping the domain registration details private.
It is not the stance taken by more well known firms that's for sure.
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Here are the domain details for IG (used purely as an example of a well known company):
IGindex.co.uk - Spread Betting | Financial Spread Betting
As you can see, full and transparent details disclosed.

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Mr Stones argument that a virtual office is no big deal can simply and easily be
addressed by looking at the contact address for any well known broker you can think of:
Contact Us | LMAX Exchange
MB Trading - Contact
Customer Service
Infinity Futures
Contact Us
Customer Service | OANDA fxTrade Europe

None of the brokers above use a virtual office.
You may draw your own conclusions as to why GOptions use a virtual office...
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Old May 27, 2013, 4:00am   #27
 
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I know for a fact that they are based in Israel, I just dont understand why they dont release the information. Also, they need to shut down the fake review sites.

Other big binary brokers also do the same as Goptions, but adam stone has said that he wants to set himself apart. This is how!
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Old May 27, 2013, 9:48am   #28
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I know for a fact that they are based in Israel, I just dont understand why they dont release the information. Also, they need to shut down the fake review sites.

Other big binary brokers also do the same as Goptions, but adam stone has said that he wants to set himself apart. This is how!
Unless its a public fact, it is not a fact for customers.
They have their reasons for hiding their true location.
I can quite easily understand why, they don't want to be found,
or have something to hide.
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Old May 27, 2013, 10:23am   #29
 
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Unless its a public fact, it is not a fact for customers.
They have their reasons for hiding their true location.
I can quite easily understand why, they don't want to be found,
or have something to hide.
If this is true the reason is quite simple actually.
Israel is a country that is not loved by a large number of other countries. Understandably, companies wishing to do business around the globe, regardless of the origin of the customers, will want to project a more neutral location.

Imagine a trader from Saudi Arabia or Iran registering to trade with an Israeli company. I'm not sure I see that happening.
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Old May 27, 2013, 10:29am   #30
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If this is true the reason is quite simple actually.
Israel is a country that is not loved by a large number of other countries. Understandably, companies wishing to do business around the globe, regardless of the origin of the customers, will want to project a more neutral location.

Imagine a trader from Saudi Arabia or Iran registering to trade with an Israeli company. I'm not sure I see that happening.
TBH this sound like an attempt to justify withholding location details
by suggesting a legitimate reason for doing so.

There simply is NO JUSTIFIABLE REASON, for any online business
to withhold location details.
No one should do business with anyone that cannot be traced.
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Old May 27, 2013, 10:35am   #31
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I see Roy Gold from lbinary.com is viewing this thread. This is a perfect example of why you should not spam forums. You always get exposed in the end.

On top of that the name Roy Gold will search very nicely in google and will forever be associated with crappy binary options.
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Old May 27, 2013, 10:42am   #32
 
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I am Roy Gold. I made a post on the Lbinary thread but for some reason it went into moderation.

Bottom line is that I have absolutely no affiliation to Lbinary, nor have I ever traded or reviewed their platform.

I registered here today after seeing someone mention my website in another thread. Roy is a VERY common name. I'm absolutely amazed at how easy it is for people to automatically conclude that I am that spammer just because we have the same first name. I have no problem hiding my name, and use it frequently on my website.

I have been trading NASDAQ and NYSE stocks for years now and have only been trading binary options for the last few years. I'd be more than interested in hearing why you think I've posted crappy brokers on my website, as I am VERY picky on who I do and don't post there. I only condone brokers that I have personally traded with and do not conduct "bad practices".

But, this is the internet and it's near impossible to conduct a civilized conversation, and I'll be flamed no matter what I do or say here.

EDIT: just did a Google search on my name. It's nice to know that I once used to be the mayor of Coral Springs.
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