Cysec is very likely similar to the NFA - data goes in easily, but responses can take a very very long time.
It appears you misunderstand. No one is suggesting that by posting those lawyers contacted that we are obliging them to do anything; nor does it imply anything regarding their motivations or actions. It is simply a means of making public those entities and the decisions taken.Nobody can oblige any lawyer to accept to work on any case. That doesn't condemn the lawyer in anything . . .
There goes any illusion I had of salvaging something from the UFX Markets scammers.This kind of cards are usually provided by an external provider. Payoneer is one of the most famous and used one. To have the funds available on the card, a wire transfer has to be done on an account related to the card. It's a "prepaid" card.
So the funds on your broker account are not DIRECTLY linked to the card, and a transfer still HAS TO BE DONE for you to be able to access your fund. Withdrawal will NOT be easier AT ALL, and this will NOT help you bypass your account manager and/or UFX. Sorry ...
Posting the names of lawyers who weren't interested in or refused to handle the client case have no real reason or goal whatsoever, other than distorting their names & as if naming them guilty if in a direct way or another.It appears you misunderstand. No one is suggesting that by posting those lawyers contacted that we are obliging them to do anything; nor does it imply anything regarding their motivations or actions. It is simply a means of making public those entities and the decisions taken.
By drawing them into the discussion, this forum should be improved over the typical (and often ill informed and incorrect) personal opinions that seem to dominate.
I suggest all those seeking assistance here have the actions they are responsible for, plus their interactions with licensed professionals exposed for all to learn from.
I personally would appreciate such licensed legal entities add to this discourse.
After pierreb's latest post today (#23) it is fairly clear to me that this would be a weak case, even if filed against a corrupt broker. The trader made every mistake in the book, and the burden of proof would a difficult hill to climb.