Binary Tilt - Withdrawal Pending

bwanderersfc

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I created an account with Binary tilt and deposited some money 24th Feb 2017.

I was assigned an account rep called Alan Smith - alans@binarytilt.com. He contacted me daily with various trading opportunities. He then called me promising that he could make me £60,000 if I deposited £1,000 for an insured account. I said that I wanted to withdraw my funds as proof that I knew I had access to my money when I wanted it before going any further.

I put in a request to withdraw all funds 08/03/17. Alan called me and advised that I changed the amount from the full £216 to £100 as it was just a test. I cancelled my withdrawal and submitted a new request for £100 on 13/03/17. As I heard nothing, I started to get concerned. I cancelled my £100 request and put in a new request to withdraw all cash on 29/03/17. The request has been in a pending state since then, the date is now 19/04/17.

I've tried to call them multiple times, occasionally I get through. I called this morning and spoke to a lady with a foreign accent. She asked for the reason for my call, I said I would like to speak with someone about my withdrawal request. The phone line went dead.

I called again and waited for about 5 minutes with no answer. I then called from a different number and got through to to someone (I think the same person). I explained that I was on the phone earlier but got cut off. The phone line went dead again.

I have read various reviews with similar stories. Some say that their account password and/or email has been changed. I still have access to my account.

You can see my 'banking history' on the screenshot attached.

I have emailed them three times since 10/04/17 to support@ and info@binarytilt.com.

I submitted this thread after reading the following article - http://www.forexpeacearmy.com/community/pages/traders-court/
 

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FxMaster

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I created an account with Binary tilt and deposited some money 24th Feb 2017.

I was assigned an account rep called Alan Smith - alans@binarytilt.com. He contacted me daily with various trading opportunities. He then called me promising that he could make me £60,000 if I deposited £1,000 for an insured account. I said that I wanted to withdraw my funds as proof that I knew I had access to my money when I wanted it before going any further.

I put in a request to withdraw all funds 08/03/17. Alan called me and advised that I changed the amount from the full £216 to £100 as it was just a test. I cancelled my withdrawal and submitted a new request for £100 on 13/03/17. As I heard nothing, I started to get concerned. I cancelled my £100 request and put in a new request to withdraw all cash on 29/03/17. The request has been in a pending state since then, the date is now 19/04/17.

I've tried to call them multiple times, occasionally I get through. I called this morning and spoke to a lady with a foreign accent. She asked for the reason for my call, I said I would like to speak with someone about my withdrawal request. The phone line went dead.

I called again and waited for about 5 minutes with no answer. I then called from a different number and got through to to someone (I think the same person). I explained that I was on the phone earlier but got cut off. The phone line went dead again.

I have read various reviews with similar stories. Some say that their account password and/or email has been changed. I still have access to my account.

You can see my 'banking history' on the screenshot attached.

I have emailed them three times since 10/04/17 to support@ and info@binarytilt.com.

I submitted this thread after reading the following article - http://www.forexpeacearmy.com/community/pages/traders-court/
Few steps that you must follow to draw their attention to your issue,
Follow the suggested steps below:

If you deposited your money via credit card then contact the credit card customer care asap and ask them to file a chargeback.
Go to their website and invite them to here via Live Chat
Invite them to join this thread via email (Send an email to every possible address).

You will find their email and address here https://www.binarytilt.com/contact-us/

Also, Share your story as a review http://www.forexpeacearmy.com/forex-reviews/10808/www.binarytilt.com

You can also share your story on their social media pages mentioned below:

https://www.facebook.com/BinaryTilt

https://twitter.com/binarytilt

https://www.linkedin.com/company/binarytilt---options-trading

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd8OS3sJm1QuCO2YFO0Fr7Q

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/binarytilt-options-trading/id1069887527?mt=8

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.spotoption.android.binarytilt


If above suggestions do not work well then I have two more options for you. Contact Rebecca here WinChargeback, she will help you to get back your money ORcontact WinThisCase.


Note: Don’t forget to update your review/s when you got solution of your problem, Best Of Luck
 

bwanderersfc

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Thank you, review left, email sent with invite to this thread. I will give 72 hours for a response before I look to leave reviews on social media.

Regards,

Shaun
 

FxMaster

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Thank you, review left, email sent with invite to this thread. I will give 72 hours for a response before I look to leave reviews on social media.

Regards,

Shaun
You're most welcome :) and keep us updated about the respond if you get any from them. Best of luck :)
 

bwanderersfc

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So just a quick update on this, my credit card company said that I have to write them to raise a dispute, they cannot file a charge back from me.

Binary Tilt have not come back to me. Perhaps they ditch all emails with the word 'withdrawal' in them automatically.
 

rhodie

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BT are truly a fraudulent binary trading house. 4 of us invested >AUD600k from Oct2017 & are now not getting any withdrawals & now BT have ceased any means of contact with us. Can you advise on best course of action as it seems a lot of the recovery companies offering services to assist are suspect themselves. Desperate aussies!!
 
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