Seems to be a lot of force behind www.tradinglive.io, despite reporting and blocking their number every time they call me on a new number, I usually get 1 or more calls per day, and it's been like that for several weeks now. Most scams give up after wasting a few numbers, so far www.tradinglive.io hasn't.
Speaking of reporting and blocking numbers, this is one of the best actions anyone can do to fight cold call scammers. Not only do you save yourself a lot of annoying calls and time, it helps give a heads up to people not so hardened to the financial scam world.
Also, it severely helps make the scamming business less lucrative, they need to pay for a new number every time it gets reported, and it make it harder for them to obtain funds from unsuspecting phone clients. Would you not be more likely to think twice about investing with a cold caller that comes up as "Scam or Fraud"?
Reporting and blocking numbers is built into most mobile phones now, and it takes seconds to do. I use a Samsung (android), and it comes up as an option on the call screen under "Report" and it's also in the call log. Don't know about iPhone, maybe someone else could share.
Open a new thread in scam folder along with the full details of your problem whit them. It will be good if you can mention your account number so the broker can find your case.A guy called Michael Luger who calls himself executive manager at tradinglive.io scammed me out of a lot of money at cfds100. He has an email address that goes to trading live.io so it is clear they are a scam as well. You can read my review of cfds100.