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Birmingham, United Kingdom,
Oct 4, 2017,
Hex Options Ltd committed 2 acts of fraud within the space of 6hrs on Sept 21st.
Hex Options Ltd claimed to have become insolvent on Sept 21st 2017. An email was issued from firstname.lastname@example.org claiming that an insolvency company had been appointed. Whilst doing some background checks i discovered that the insolvency company has been trading since 2000 but their website has only been up and running for less than a month. I contacted the sister company of the IP and they do not recognise the website or the Liam Williams purporting to be working for them, despite the website stating they work in the same building. All i was asked to do was pay an upfront fee of 10% of my account balance to release the funds from an Escrow account. Elaborate but very flawed scam and Hex Options Ltd still showing as active on companies house. Also no mention on The Gazette of any insolvency. No way am i the only one who has fallen victim as Hex Options showed a profit of £1.9mil last year. Great business model if they get away with it. Word of warning to anyone else who has been contacted - please avoid and report.
Please take down my previous review. I posted it for immoral reasons as I used to work in their London office.
I had a relationship break up with a colleague at the company and went to work for a competitor, it was an immature and immoral thing for me to do and I just wanted to hurt my ex who works there.
I libeled the company for my own selfish reasons and would be grateful if you could take my review down please.
Jan 5, 2017 - 1 Star Total scam.
Dodgy serviced offices London address, think they are abroad, bad telephone line all the time. They dont even answer the phone most of the time.
Dodgy binary brokerage offering a managed account service but they dont tell you about the trading volume requirements prior to opening an account properly. They say that you can withdraw after around 12 months, the reality is that it will take several years of them trading before you can withdraw any funds.
Investors beware. This strikes me as just another unregulated boiler room scam where they will make you money during the bonus period and then lose you all your money before you can withdraw
I have looked into this firm and binary options managed accounts in general frankly on behalf of a family friend who had been contacted by them last year and who has far less market experience than myself.
Unfortunately my findings are very negative when it comes to binary options managed accounts and frankly there is a plethora of information online from the likes of Tony Hetherington who frankly would like to see binary options regulated by the FCA or even banned.
I have unfortunately been burned in the past by scams and would advise all but the most sophisticated investors to stay clear of unregulated investment companies especially if they are new companies like this one and are based at serviced offices.