It was in HTML, but FPA didnt allow me to upload.Not sure why you didn't save it as
htmlformat, but ok.
Only $100,000 USD settlement? Did they actually write you this via email or chat transcript and tell you this? (and you kept a copy?!?) I would have taken this deal. But how often has greed overridden common sense in FPA scam alerts??.......
Anyway, the best option is to re-establish contact with CharterPrime and see if you can negotiate a settlement. Then, if they refuse that (maybe they have already), attempt to file an appeal yourself with AFCA. Make sure you have the proof that you are in fact signed up with Au entity. And challenge it if CP claims that you are not apart of scam.
Another option is also to consider legal council. Such as a free consultation here: https://www.forexpeacearmy.com/comm...ith-forex-and-crypto-regulated-brokers.63313/
I think this might actually be your best recourse (free consultation) to figure out your next step.
I traded legit...I didn't know why I should have accepted 100k over the actual trade profits..
I had my friend help me to complain to AFCA, but Charterprime changed the link and my terms and conditions to St. Vincent and the Grenadines jurisdictions. My friend and I did some research on the location of the jurisdiction, but we couldn't find anything about Charterprime.
Basically they pushed me off to an offshore entity that basically didn't exist and AFCA has rules out that I wasn't under the Australian jurisdiction....
Charterprime provided AFCA St. Vincent and the Grenadines terms and conditions and stated that I was the counterparty to THAT!!! Which I didn't even know existed before the dispute.... and AFCA took that agreement as legitimate and ruled against my complaint as out of its jurisdiction...
This is crazy....