February 2016: Based on 4 FPA Traders Court guilty votes as well as the wide assortment of threats Reza has made against the FPA and its employees, the FPA now considers Capital Trust Markets to be a scam and Reza Mokhtarian to be a scammer.
The FPA strongly recommends against doing business with any company associated with CTM or Reza Mohktarian.
April 2015: Reza Mokhtarian, CEO of CapitalTrustMarkets, wants to control which reviews are allowed on this page. When he was told he would not be getting any special treatment, part of his reply was...
I am asking you very kindly, remove CapitalTrustMarkets as a company you review from your site, I do not want it there and do not give you permission to review me. If you choose to keep it there I will create 100 sites, SEO them with power beyond power and have my 5,000,000 global followers each create review sites and blogs and do exactly what you are doing to me. This industry is a nasty industry and for that reason I have given to company to someone else, I am tired of everyone including people like yourself, don't think I don't know what your real name is, don't think I can't pull FPA's database right off your servers, I have chosen not to.
This is just one of several threats he made againts the FPA. Later, he threatened to hire a hacker group. CLICK HERE to see more of Reza Mokhtarian's threats.
Considering the repeated threats against the FPA and its employees, the FPA recommends against doing business wth CapitalTrustMarkets and any company related to Reza Mokhtarian.
ATTENTION EVIL SUPERHACKERS! Reza Mokhtarian, CEO of Capital Trust Markets, claims that he "accidentally" inspired you to find all information on FPA employees and to take the FPA's database. He tells the FPA that the website will be destroyed and the lives of the employees are at risk, unless all mentions of Reza Mokhtarian and Capital Trust Markets (CTM) are removed from the FPA's website.
The FPA invites the evil superhackers to use the Contact Us link at the bottom of the page. Please select General Questions. If you are real and are not a figment of Reza Mokhtarian's imagination, we're sure you'll be happy to prove your skills by getting in touch and answering a few simple questions.
NOTE: According to THIS LINK, "The Registrar has commenced action to deregister this Financial Service Provider under section 18(1) of the Financial Service Providers (Registration and Dispute Resolution) Act 2008". Deregistration from the Financial Services Provider registry was initiated on April 16, 2015.
NOTE 2: May 3, 2015. CapitalTrustMarkets has provided the FPA with what is claimed to be a copy of an application to join the NZ FSCL. If the application is approved, it should resolve the issue in note 1. The CEO of Capital Trust Markets tells the FPA he anticipates the acceptance of this application very soon.
It appears Reza provided false information to the FPA about this...
NOTE 3: May 15, 2015: "The Registrar gives notice that this Financial Service Provider was de-registered under section 18(1) of the Financial Service Providers (Registration and Dispute Resolution) Act 2008 on 15/05/2015" CLICK HERE to confirm.
SPECIAL NOTE TO ALL CLIENTS OF CAPITAL TRUST MARKETS: If you cannot withdraw your funds, the FPA recommends you file complaints with the authorities. Places clients can complain to include...
UK Clients may also complaint to Action Fraud.
US Clients may also complain to the CFTC.
May 2015: There is now an FPA Traders Court guilty vote against this company. The FPA considers this to be another reason for clients to test their ability to withdraw money from Capital Trust Markets.
August 2015: There is a second FPA Traders Court guilty vote against this company. Until these issues are resolved, the FPA recommends against doing business with CapitalTrustMarkets.
February 2016: There are two more FPA Traders Court guilty against this company. The FPA recommends against doing business with Capital Trust Markets or any company associated with it unless all of these issues are resolved.
Reza Mohktarian continues to run MentorTips.com The only good news in this mess is that Capital Trust Markets seems to be out of business.