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AVAFX Scam or not? - RESOLVED

Discussion in 'Scam Alerts' started by Trix, May 12, 2011.

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  1. Trix

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  2. ABDUL GHAFOOR

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    ahhhhhh
    i do not feel alone here now and expecting more and more will come, but how long they will do this with clients ? it's looks like they getting reedy to close there business soon.
    don't let them go with clients hard earned money........
     
  3. MichelAnge21

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    They cannot close their business just like that: they are regulated by the Irish Financial Authority. They are required to keep their clients money in a segregated account. I dont know the legislation in Ireland, but you might want to ask the authorities if there is a compensation scheme if a regulated broker goes belly up.
     
  4. ABDUL GHAFOOR

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    will you guide me the right way where i go to claim my money .
    how do i apply to there regulators ?
     
  5. Trix

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    Latest status I have been receive all of my money and profit. Thank you very much, Paul Williams.
     
  6. MichelAnge21

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    Before you can claim your money, you must first convince the regulators that you were scammed.

    You can reach the Enforcement Directorate of the Central Bank of Ireland at +353-1-224-5135 but, if I were you, I d find someone who can explain the matter in a very clear way that the regulator will understand easily. Myself, I dont understand all your posts clearly enough. The regulator will explain the legal steps to take. He will probably tell you to fax a written declaration. Ask somebody who writes english perfectly. It is VERY important to explain the whole matter in a clear way because Avafx will respond to the regulators with their own arguments. Here is one example of a CLEAR letter:

    From the period between ( date of first trade ) and the ( date of last trade ) I was a client of Avafx and I entered ( number of trades ) forex spot contracts with them. On the ( date they cancelled your trades ), Avafx cancelled all my trades of the said period under pretense that they were all off-market. I strongly deny their allegations for the following reasons....etc etc

    Be clear and get to the point: that s my advice. If you did not use any automated trading system, put it in the letter because it s a strong argument. But, if you did use one, you need to know that Avafx can prove it very easily.
     
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  7. ABDUL GHAFOOR

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    thanks,
    what do you think it is better that i send a mail to there regulators at (enquiries@centralbank.ie)
    this is i found from there regulators website Home

    or do same as you say .

    thanks again for helping
     
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    Same thing. An email is just as good as talking over the phone and their fax. They ll respond faster if it s an email even. But say on your email that it is for the " Enforcement Directorate "
     
  9. ABDUL GHAFOOR

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    how do i upload my trading log ? it is saved as ghafoor statement.htm
     
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