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IC Markets refuses to pay my profits

Discussion in 'Scam Alerts' started by TradexTrader, Dec 14, 2015.

  1. ChrisSteve

    ChrisSteve Recruit

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    Is there any update on this case? i have interests in knowing more, hope TrasexTrader got it solved and got his money back!
     
  2. huangwanlin

    huangwanlin Recruit

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    I also want to know what the case is now and what the result is. Can the question owner come out and answer it

    FPA Forums Team Note: The thread began in 2015. The original poster in this thread has not logged in since the spring of 2017.
     
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  3. The Reaper of F

    The Reaper of F Private, 1st Class

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    Highly agreed, I managed to triple my account in less than 6 months. IC Markets decides to withhold my profits and even do all sorts of tricks to disable me from profiting. Chart manipulation, server freeze, and many more occurrences. Stay away from ICM.
     
  4. 4evermaat

    4evermaat Corporal

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    Did you open up your own scam alert thread and submit evidence of the profit theft?
     
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  5. The Reaper of F

    The Reaper of F Private, 1st Class

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    It's as of no use to do so. I've seen many opened up cases and never get resolved. Eventually, I will be the one who is targeted by ICM later on.
     
  6. 4evermaat

    4evermaat Corporal

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    That is a poor attitude to have. You should still follow the correct procedures and at least alert the community about a potential problem.

    If you do end up filing a trader's court case, do not abandon it. Stick with it.
     

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