well....you received your money back...brokers who are scams keep your money so???
there has to be more to this story....brokers usually tell traders to go away if there has been an issue arise
so ... explain yourself?
Dear Miss. Bikmullina,
We are sorry to inform you that your withdrawal request can not be processed due to arbitrage (illegal) trading strategy used by you.
The arbitrage trading pattern caused the freezing of your account by the LP until further notice.
Please be aware of the violation of terms and conditions you accepted while opened your account with ZarFx: zarforex.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Terms-and-Conditions.pdf
my account 2108905675, they also delay the issuance of the initial Deposit. I have a month ago I applied for withdrawal, but they ignore and do not the conclusion
I hope the 1000 deposit was returned to you.. now if so, then you are one heck of a lucky traders never the less, usually scam brokers do not return your money on the other hand the arbitrage scheme has been going on for a very long time, I mean most brokers wont even disclose their definition of arbitrage, do ask them how do they decide an arbitrage but i have a feeling they wont even bother answering the question...
A broker knows that most clients will lose most or all of their money (let's not argue about the exact percent of clients who lose - no one has exact figures). If the broker is bucketshop, it can keep all those losses and let the client withdraw all remaining funds without issue. Then a successful trader comes along. Nothing happens at first. Sometimes a successful trader will make a mistake and lose it all. If the successful trade eventually tries to withdraw profits, this would cost a bucketshop money. The solution - accuse the trader of arbitrage, high frequency trading, lag trading, pip hunting, trading off quotes, "injecting" prices or anything else. Cancel all profits and return the deposit.
Net result. The bucketshop collects all losses and never pays any profits. It's a very profitable business model.