Spotoption Blockchain Scam Coming!

fxmechanic

Private, 1st Class
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Put Tammy that evil ____ in prison and make an example of her FBI, once you cut the head of of SPOTOPTION the "SNAKE of ISRAEL" pretending to be just a platform provider, you destroy their criminal empire and leadership! END SPOTOPTION and Indict them once and for all! They are the true vampires that have plagued the world for so long! The FBI has agreements with Israel in which criminal activity committed on americans can be prosecuted, since they profited directly from the losses and never policed their own platform, allowing for all these years the criminals to go unperturbed. It is time for them to PAY!!! GET SPOTOPTION! Send a message and send a message to the world!
 

oscarra

2nd Lieutenant
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They don't sell services, and we don't run brokerages! We provide technology for trading. Good brokers license our software, and bad brokers have licensed our software. We stop providing software to any broker that we suspect of fraud. We want sustainability of the industry, that's why we are developing and innovating products that will ensure proper conduct of brokerages.
Hi Tammy all ok on your side

So what kind of service are we talking about…is it free of charge, in common language we call the below mentioned Spotoption risk setting practices CRIME rigging manipulating of platform prices etc etc, in short leading to bust clients’ accounts….how come is this part of Spotoption service deal, again how many brands they run :oops:


https://financefeeds.com/us-govt-re...rds-trial-binary-options-fraudster-lee-elbaz/

One tactic the defendant used to undermine clients was known as putting a winning client on “high risk.”SpotOption, an entity that hosted the platform (in effect, the software and trading data) on which BinaryBook and BigOption trading accounts operated, also controlled client “risk settings.” If a client was identified inside BinaryBook and BigOption as trading successfully, the defendant would contact SpotOption and arrange for the client’s account settings to be adjusted such that it was less likely future bets would win. By stacking the deck against the client (without informing the client of the changes), Elbaz prevented scenarios where clients would try to withdraw winnings.
 

oscarra

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https://fintelegram.com/lee-elbaz-j...otoption-involvement-in-account-manipulations

The FBI special agent Greg Fine read aloud to the jury some emails in which Elbaz urged her contact at SpotOption – the white-label provider of the trading platform – to switch clients to “high-risk” trades when they had too much money they could potentially withdraw from the account.

“The customer have [sic] a profit of $50,000 from $6,000 deposit! Friends, how did this happen? Please put on high-risk,”

OH YES , at last….this is how the industry works
 
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