Glenridge Capital Scam

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Glenridge Capital Accounts - glenridgecapital.com - Binary Options

1. Claim is rapid account balance growth.

2. Account opened February 8, 2016 with $500 deposit (bonus account). Frank Born was account manager.

3. Aggressively push for adding deposits. Bonuses were offered matching increased deposits. Bonus volume requirements were up to 40 times bonus amounts. This requirement was not clearly explained and results in millions of dollars of trade volume before funds can be removed.

4. Also had a cash account with lower trade volume requirement.

5. Dennis Owen became involved as an additional account manager at some point. Dennis was very aggressive in soliciting additional investments.

6. Trades were recommended via phone periodically. There were occasions where about 30 one minute trades were recommended during calls and all were successful. Successful trade dates included June 22, August 4, October 20, and October 27. I do not know if these were real trades or if they were recommended to demonstrate Glenridge account manager trading capability.

7. Bonus account balance was $243,843 8/4/2016. A new annual account was created on August 5, 2016 by transferring $30,000 from the cash account. It appears that account managers can do whatever they want to do maximize incentives for them.

8. Main account balance $208,718 9/5/2016.

9. I requested a cash withdrawal of $29,736.50 from my cash account on October 11, 2016. Glenridge account managers called on October 13 and recommended several long term trades. This took the cash account balance to less than $20,000 and Glenridge canceled the withdrawal. Glenridge obviously did not want me to withdraw from my cash account.

10. Six month trades were made with the full amount of the annual account on October 13. This meant that no new trades could be made until April 2017 and no funds withdrawn. In retrospect, this was a poor recommendation.

11. Jon Taylor called on October 19, 2016 and sail that Frank Born and Dennis Owen were no longer with Glenridge and that he would be my account manager.

12. Trade results recommended by Jon Taylor between October 20 and December 8, 2016 follow:

a. Bonus account-107 60 second trades-all winners Net gain $172,875.

b. Bonus account-24 one week trades-11 winners-net loss $1,303

c. Bonus account-28 two week trades-14 winners-$5,950 net loss

d. Cash account-21 sixty second trades-all winners

e. Cash account-15 trades-6 winners-net loss $4,390

f. Longer term trades were recommended but not profitable.

13. It was recommended that some unprofitable longer term trades be extended. However, my accounts had more than 20 long term trades and only 20 trades could be accessed for extension.

14. Bonus account balance $254,801 11/16/16

15. Bonus account balance $199,397 12/1/2016

16. I requested withdrawals of $47,000 from my cash account on December 29, 2016. Cash account balance was $91,997 when I made the request.

17. Jon Taylor called on December 30 and recommended trades that took the cash account up to $116,371 with 21 one minute trades and then down to $41,372 with 36 losing trades. I had never had a losing short term trading session with any one from Glenridge Capital until December 30. Jon commented that his computer was acting up so he could not track trades as he recommended them. I told Jon trades were losing while we were making trades. I feel he intentionally recommended trades that would lose so I could not withdraw funds from the cash account.

18. Jon Taylor called on January 4 to “recover losses incurred on December 30”. My cash account balance fell from $41,372 to $5,172 with 17 losing trades.

19. I have printouts to document all of the transactions on 12/30 and 1/4.

20. I placed a trade for EUR/GBP to go up at 17:22 GMT on January 17, 2017 when it was trending up and indicated price was 0.86426. The trade entered at 0.86478 so there was no way I could win. I never saw this problem until then. I asked Jon Taylor about the problem and he said another company designed the trading platform and that Glenridge did not have any control over the platform.

21. Bonus account balance on January 26, 2017 is $133,629. I cannot make withdrawal due to trading volume requirements.

22. I live in the USA and my understanding is that Glenridge is not registered in the USA and are not allowed to solicit and accept funds from the USA.

23. There are many websites that confirm that Glenridge Capital is a scam company.

24. I have filed a complaint with the United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission at www.cftc.gov I also talked with Charles Ricci at CFTC (202-418-5391). CFTC has received many complaints about Glenridge Capital and will soon add them to their red list of troublesome companies.
 

FxMaster

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Glenridgecapital already marked as a scam Broker base on Trader`s vote and scamming cases. You can read more here http://www.forexpeacearmy.com/forex-reviews/12672/www.glenridgecapital.com

Now, come to the solution of your problem, If you deposited your money via credit card then contact the credit card customer care asap and ask them to file a chargeback OR Contact Rebecca here WinChargeback, she will help you to get back your money.

Skype: support.glenridgecapital
 

screwedme2

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Glenridgecapital already marked as a scam Broker base on Trader`s vote and scamming cases. You can read more here http://www.forexpeacearmy.com/forex-reviews/12672/www.glenridgecapital.com

Now, come to the solution of your problem, If you deposited your money via credit card then contact the credit card customer care asap and ask them to file a chargeback OR Contact Rebecca here WinChargeback, she will help you to get back your money.

Skype: support.glenridgecapital

Glenridge is falsifying documentation and sending it to the credit card companies that are investigating my disputes. Since these scammers do not put any of their fraudulent promises in writing, the credit card companies are ruling for them in the disputes. SUCKS!
 

henyo

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the amount is not small, and if possible even through rebecca hopefully any sum would be better than nun. I hope to see these people where they belong, thats hard earned money.
 

corinne

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I was contacted by a guy named Ryan Daniels who claimed to be an ex-employee of Glenridge Capital and after being let go a few months ago he claims that he is now trying to help clients of Glenridge Capital reach their turnover so they can eventually get their money back. My first question to him was how did you get my number? He got it through my last Account Manager (Eric Donovan). Not a good start as the guy kept asking me for money, made promises that he never fulfilled and then disappeared. When I told Ryan that I did not have a turnover, he told me that he could not help me but he could put me in contact with another ex-employee who was helping people get their money out of Glenridge Capital as he still had contact with people within the company. His name is Phil Pearson. I was suspicious but I thought; ok I don't have anything to lose in listening to what he has to say. Phil contacted me the following day and gave me his speech that he knew the in and out of Glenridge and would represent me to get my money back. My first question to him was how much his service was going to cost me. Answer: $5K up front and 2% of any amount recovered. I told him that I was going to think about it and will let him know the next day (Friday). After not contacting him on Friday, I got 6 phone calls from him on Monday... I got fed up and sent him an email saying that I will only accept his services on a commission basis. I was willing to offer him 30% of any money recovered. Big surprise, he works only with a pay up front fees as he has to cover his expenses. In other words he could not help me.... If it smells like a scam, looks like a scam, it is probably a scam.
It appears that now that the company is on its way out, the ex-employees of Glenridge Capital are trying to scam its clients out of even more money. The three people who were involved or whose name was used are:
Ryan Daniels
Phil Pearson
Eric Donovan
This three individuals used to work for Glenridge Capital as Account Managers. It seems that they are now sharing their list of clients with the purpose of scamming their respective clients.
 

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I was contacted by a guy named Ryan Daniels who claimed to be an ex-employee of Glenridge Capital and after being let go a few months ago he claims that he is now trying to help clients of Glenridge Capital reach their turnover so they can eventually get their money back.


Corinne,

Can you please put the information about a former employee trying to get more money out of you into a review. Submit it here...

http://www.forexpeacearmy.com/forex-reviews/12672/www.glenridgecapital.com

Thank you.
 
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