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Vault Options

Discussion in 'Scam Alerts' started by anilinfinity, Feb 16, 2015.

  1. anilinfinity

    anilinfinity Recruit

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    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I am a 65 year old man with heart problem and I need your help. My story is as follows:
    I was introduced to vault options www.vaultoptions.com binary trading platform through million dollar insider.com in October of 2013. I was trading on a secure platform as a Diamond member with minimum deposit of $20K which covers $10k losses per week. Initially, I worked with brokers David Soho, Kevin Smith and Frank Lewis. According to David, a vault option is located in financial district in New York (Phone #s 347-471-2403, 1-855-333-9834. I had my own money of $30k in my account. I immediately felt that something is not right here (Attachment 1 describes my initial communication with accounting department of Vault options in 2013-2014 regarding my problems with the brokers).
    I have been trying very hard to withdraw my money since 2014 and they rejected all my withdrawal requests. In 2014, I received several phone call from Diamond brokers Cindy Johnson (Feb 19), Ira Miller (Feb 21), Michelle Fox (March 26), Mary Batista (April 9), all brokers put tremendous pressure to deposit $5000 so you can withdraw your remaining money next week. I was determined not to deposit any more money and try my entire avenue to talk to their accounting department. They never reply to my e-mail. Finally, I spoke to Jay Johnson and he informed me that we will take care of within two weeks and reimburse all your money. Money was never returned to me.

    Last August 25, 2014, I received an e-mail from accounting department of Vault options (withdrawals@accountingvaultoptions.com) that my withdrawal and insurance was approved and I am getting a refund of $45,000 as diamond member. For insurance to be complete, you have to send via wire transfer $4500 (10%) to Beneficiary name Billy Santana in BHD Leon bank in Santo Domingo. Hoping that I get my money back, I forwarded a wire transfer to BHD Leon bank by borrowing money on my charge card. I was promised by Dominique Anderson that I will get my money back in 10 business days. (Attachment Withdrawal documents). I provided my Bank information but I never received any money via wire transfer to my account. I called several time and they never responded to my e-mail or phone call. I received an e-mail from Dominic Anderson of accounting department of vault options on October 29 that YTF Insurance Company wants additional 10% in order to refund your money. I was very suspicious so I did not forward additional 10 % requested by accounting Department of Vault options and informed them that they have to abide by our agreement when I forwarded $4500 on August 25, 2014 (Attachment YTF Insurance) .


    On January 28, 2015, I received an e-mail from support@vaultoptiions.com that vaultoptions.com is closing and your account is eligible for insurance refund. I immediately forwarded an e-mail next day that what is the procedure to get insurance refund and close my account and get my money back? I received an e-mail back that the insurance company will refund your initial capital, plus the lost secured trades you had while investing with our brokers. To release the refund of $98,360.61, you are required to send payment of the wire and legal fees of $10,534.22 (10.71% of your refund). The insurance company name is "Trust International Insurance company (Cyprus) Ltd." and 10.71 % fees via wire transfer to Beneficiary name Vincent Rudolph in Unibank S.A. in Prince, Haiti (Attachment Trust Insurance). Today, I received an international call (8622078567) from Jonathan James that the trust insurance company wants to know when you are planning to submit your 10.71% fees so we can reimburse your money in your bank account. I also received a message via e-mail that vault options is closing so you have to forward your insurance money before February 18, 2015 in order to get your money back (Attachment 2015 communication with Vault options support team).

    In summary, I am forwarding all attachments for your review. Your help, insight and guidance regarding how to get my money back from Vault options is greatly appreciated.

    Best regards,

    Anil
     

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  2. bigdolly

    bigdolly Sergeant Major

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    Have you tried to complain to the watchdog they claim to be regulated under? What was your deposit method?
     
  3. Amin EL-HAKIM

    Amin EL-HAKIM Master Sergeant

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    First of all, let me welcome you to the forum. Before you do anything else, stop wiring money to anyone. Now you said they are located in NewYork. Based on what? Their word? Ok man I'm actually located in Monaco and I own a private jet. Come on man, back to reality, first things first. I honestly don't believe you will receive any money, as they are just draining you for more. But let's say in a perfect world, it's true. Ask them to have the insurance company contact you. Legally, you are the owner of the account and the beneficiary. I don't know if this is the alleged insurance company TRUST INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY (CYPRUS) LTD so go ahead and contact them. Now, legally, you are allowed by all AML laws and regulations to ask any entity that is wiring you any funds to deduct the percentage of funds you wish, it's basically your money and you're free to do with it whatever pleases you. Finally, why don't you email them an invitation to this thread?
     
  4. Pharaoh

    Pharaoh Colonel

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    If there is insurance (highly unlikely), you wouldn't need to pay the insurance company. This looks like a way to steal another $4500 to me.
     
  5. joneslds

    joneslds Corporal

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    It is very sad your story , I think 'll never get your money back , deposit more money to withdraw ?BULLSH**! These companies binary options are not regulated or are regulated by a crap country in a tax haven. what is the same thing as nothing , whens these brokers binary options begin to receive many complaints they close , but they open another broker binary options with a different name and cheat more people , never let anyone manage your account you must learn to be a trader , it's not hard and if you know properly managing capital you will be able to make money, Binary options is like a casino your losses are gains for themselves and Your victories are losses to the broker, , All binary Options brokers are a crap you should never put your money in them.I think that forex is much safer to work . Just see the number of complaints in the forum ,I think 80 % most binary options.
     
  6. Ed_Forex

    Ed_Forex Private, 1st Class

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    Anil, Stop sending the scammers stealers cheaters your hard earned money. They found you an easy hunt to continue scamming, this is why they contacted you every sometime with a new scam story to rub your money.

    You mentioned many names in your post that I believe most are fake but you can still track the identity of names you sent money to by bank wire transfer.

    Focus on this point now. Organize all names of individuals and company you sent money to, call and sent emails to the banks that were involved in the transactions, ask your bank for further info(swift) and any other help, discuss your case with your local police, let them contact the Interpol.

    It will not be hard to track their prints by the authorities after being sure of their real identities through the official documents used by wire transfer, bank account names etc

    You'll be lucky if those people don't open bank accounts for just short time for scam transactions then disappear, however if you start working asap, focusing on every single detail they sent you or talked about(like insurance company name too) you can knock them down with authorities help.
     

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