Consumer’s Voice – 18th July 2014

Consumer’s Voice – 18th July 2014


Dear Consumer’s Voice #2

I am kindly requesting your most reputable organisation to advise me accordingly in this matter.

I have opened an account with an European Company called and those people are saying I should give them my credit card number and I should have at least $250 in my account so that I can trade.

They are telling me a lot of benefits if I do that. They say I will get extra cash by doing that.

Please help and advise accordingly because I am afraid.

As I am typing now a lady called me straight from Europe saying I should give my Bank card number.

We covered OptionRally last year and I don’t see any reason to change my mind about them.

They claim to offer trading in “binary options” which they explain is “an option that pays either a fixed amount or nothing, depending on whether a certain condition is fulfilled when the option expires.”

That sounds simple, but if it was really possible to make “profit as high as 78% of your original deposit” don’t you think banks, investment companies and pension schemes would be doing it?

Don’t you think the Bank of Botswana would be doing it?

Face it, the reason they’re not is because it’s simply impossible to make that sort of return.

I found an interesting quote about binary options.

Gordon Pape, writing in Forbes magazine said: “If people want to gamble, that’s their choice.

But let’s not confuse that with investing.

Binary options are a crapshoot, pure and simple.”

Please don’t waste your money.

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