Anyone used TradeRush?

MrBrilliant

Member
94 4
Anybody ever dealt with TradeRush?

They don't allow demo accounts, so you have to deposit money to open an account.

They look mostly legit, but they seem to cater to beginners with all their offers of "free training and 50% bonus", etc.

Also the person on the phone seemed very keen on trying to find out how much disposable income I have ("What's your occupation? How old are you? Are you married?")

Anybody here ever opened an account with them? Are they legit?
 

Itradetowin

Newbie
8 1
I was interested in Binary last year. FOOL OF ME!!!
They are indeed all licking your a$$$ and chasing you as hell (bothering).
I did some research on binary forums and I remember (not 100% sure) that TR was not very well considered.
I personally dealt with Optionfair and I can say it was legit... They gave my money back when I ran away.
I would stay away from binary in general, especialy lower time frames.
bye
 

MrBrilliant

Member
94 4
I was interested in Binary last year. FOOL OF ME!!!
They are indeed all licking your a$$$ and chasing you as hell (bothering).
I did some research on binary forums and I remember (not 100% sure) that TR was not very well considered.
I personally dealt with Optionfair and I can say it was legit... They gave my money back when I ran away.
I would stay away from binary in general, especialy lower time frames.
bye

Hey thanks for your feedback.

Yeah TradeRush seems to be a bit scammy.. the sales team is ridiculous; they have called me 5 times in the last week; tell me about all the features of opening a premium account ("we'll give you training because we want you to succeed"). I told them I don't have that much money at the moment, and they ask me how much I have right now so they can open an account today.

I asked them how many of their clients are in profit, and she told me 70-80% of their clients are profitable!!! :LOL: :clap:

Also they claim to give you "risk-free" trades where you can place a trade and keep your winnings if it's profitable, but if it's not profitable they give you your losses back. I asked them "So what's to stop somebody from opening an account, making money from the risk-free trades and then closing their account" and she said she can't hear me properly. :D
 
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