How YesOption fooled Peter Jones to make more trades and loose?

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YesOption is owned and operated by Diamond Global Solutions SRL and was founded in 2013 and registered in Romania. They are in business since 2013 and there was a change in management. Till today they still remain unregulated.

The platform they use is Spot2.0 where no downloads are necessary. Presently they are using SpotOption. It supports mobile trading. Personal information and trading sessions are encrypted with 256 bit SSL technology. They deal in forex and CFD and binary options trading.

Account registration asks for basic details like first and last name, email, mobile number and country. Minimum deposit is $ 250 for the Standard account. Payment modes are credit and debit card, wire transfer, bank transfer and wallet Skrill.

There are 125 assets, 34 currency pairs, 56 stocks, 10 commodities and 25 indices. They offer 60 seconds trading and long term too. For forex and CFD trading there is one touch, pairs, ladder and limits. The site is available in two languages English and German.

YesOption site shows up in CFTC’s red list. Presently they have removed binary options and have renamed as YesTrading. Everything remains the same.

Peter Jones in his comments on believes that YesOption may not be an outright scam but are certainly not interested to make money for their clients. They are only filling their own pockets. He invested $3000 and gained $2000. When he put withdrawal request for $2000 he was told to trade for some more time to get money back.  Peter was coached by the broker to make many numbers of trades and finally, he lost his $5000 too.

If you have been scammed by YesOption of your trades then you can contact MyChargeBack to get your money back. MyChargeBack will guide you through each and every step how to proceed to retrieve your funds.

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