I was told by another Mike Kovrovski that I would be able to withdrawal the entire balance after the six month ROI. But after the six months was told by Zack Peterson (real name Shabtay Yaacobi) that I can only withdrawal 5%. So, I put in a withdrawal request for 5% and it was rejected then they reinvested the entire balance in long-term trades (50 days) and told me I had to wait until those trades expire. Then when they expired, I requested another withdrawal which they again rejected and immediately reinvested them in three 6 month trades which expire March 31 2017...it has turned into a shell game. So, my opinion is that you will never see your money again. I am pursuing legal action myself.Having read your posts I am now worried about my account with B4Binary. My account manager is also Robert Young and I recently had my first attempted withdrawal refused on the basis of trading criteria not met. Prior to my attempted withdrawal Robert had told me that after 6 months you are entitled to make withdrawals of 10% of the balance. 6 months later I attempted the withdrawal of 10% which was rejected. The support team were not very helpful but eventually Robert explained (via phone) the reason for rejection.
He mentioned 3 things that may also apply to your accounts, perhaps without you knowing.
1st - apparently the 10% was incorrect and my balance of £10K was only entitled to 5%. He apologized and mentioned that 10% applies to a balance of 100K upwards.
2nd - the trading strategy used was to make risk free trades wherever possible. This is done to help grow the account without risking the funds but to qualify the funds are tied in until a set trading volume criteria is met. (I was aware of how risk free trades work so it all made sense to me and was happy to continue trading.)
3rd - the intention is to re-invest the 5% to continue to grow the account. He didn't say I couldn't withdraw the 5% but given I was happy with the explanation I did re-invest the 5%. (actually, it took me 2 months to get to the above solution so there were 2 monthly 5% withdrawals re-invested. I believe this was done as a RFT also.)
I am still skeptical but I figured as long as I'm no longer investing my own funds, but rather re-investing 'so called' profits then at least I have limited my losses.
Having read your posts I'm now wandering whether I too will experience issues similar to those you've experienced - or whether, your accounts also used RFT's meaning you were perhaps mislead into what to expect after 6 months. (e.g. I was never expecting a full withdrawal but it seems some members were.)
At this point, it would appear that all is rosy until withdrawal attempts are made. However, one user did post that they were able to withdraw over 1K, so that gives me a little confidence.
Seems the only way I will know for sure is to attempt a 5% withdrawal.
Was anyone else told anything similar to above?