AAOption not releasing my withdrawal

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  • BryanMacBryanMac Posts: 851 ✭✭✭
    edited January 2016
    Bottom line if a broker is not regulated you can report them all you want but you might as well shit in one hand and wish in the other and see what comes first, you know what will happen first. If you get your wish you'll get your money back.. Bust most likely you get what's in the other hand,
    Bryan Mcafee
    Hit me up on skype at Brymcafee (McAllen TX)
    www.tradingaxis.com
  • JohnchJohnch Posts: 1
    Hi there, is anybody who can confirm that he got at least his money back from AAOption? I read only bad comments about this broker and I am worry now because I also habe invested 15k there.. My balance is now approx 50k after few months but Im really worry now if I receive any money ever back...
  • lotzofbotzlotzofbotz Posts: 1,552 ✭✭✭✭
    edited February 2016
    Call them up on the phone. Here is how the conversation will go "Money? What money? You don't have no money. Call me when you want to deposit!"
  • LizardroidLizardroid Posts: 1
    AAOption is not giving my money back.
    I asked for a 1,600 euros withdrawal, and as soon as I did this, My broker Victoria Sanders stoped calling me or answering my emails.
    What can I do?... Any suggestions?
  • BryanMacBryanMac Posts: 851 ✭✭✭
    Being brutally honest .... Chargeback original deposit amount, suck it up on the rest you will never see. If it is past your chargeback window then your screwed get over it learn your lesson and choose a good broker next time.

    Kinda blunt but its the facts.
    Bryan Mcafee
    Hit me up on skype at Brymcafee (McAllen TX)
    www.tradingaxis.com
  • KC5888KC5888 Posts: 1
    I too have been scammed by AAoption , they are regulated or registered with a regulator based in Cyprus you have to pay 20 Euro to lodge a complaint :) . I started with a deposit £500 which grew to £10,000 after many phone calls and promises , I joined a "hedge fund" which was totally managed by Adam Ansari and James Patmore , they said they were manipulating the market via a loop hole and would multiply my investment by 10 times . After a few weeks and numerous positive email updates , I was informed that I had £142,000 in my account. My account never showed this money . I called every day for weeks leaving messages for a call back or an email explaining what was happening , I'm still waiting . My account history used to say £10,000 withdrawn , now it says bonus , this tells me they will never return my investment or the money promised . You may say I was greedy , but it was my first and last taste of Binary options.
    If only we could report them to the fraud squad :)
  • lotzofbotzlotzofbotz Posts: 1,552 ✭✭✭✭
    edited March 2016
    As far as I am concerned you are just as big of a problem as the people that scam you. People come into this business looking for instant riches get a con job from those that promise it... You can't have so many wolves unless there are many more sheep.... All I can say to you is thanks for the money and Baaaahhaaaa Buhhaaaay BYEEEEE!!! Next...

    *POINT IS DON'T BE GREEDY AND THESE DOUCHES WILL NOT BE ABLE TO SCAM YOU*
    ON THE OHTER HAND IF YOU LIKE TO TAKE IT UP THE @$$ LIKE OUR FRIEND BELOW THEN... ENJOY!!!


  • suchiangsuchiang Posts: 63
    edited April 2016
    AAOption is confirm by forexpeacearmy is a 'scam broker'
    http://www.forexpeacearmy.com/public/review/www.AAOption.com
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  • eddyvdeddyvd Posts: 3
    My broker at AA Options, Miss Victoria Sanders has given me a WRITTEN and SIGNED investment plan, which says that I can withdraw any given time and that the deposited amount is protected. I deposited 25.000€ !!! At the moment the account has 35.000€ and so I decided to withdraw some money (10.000€)
    Since then (4 weeks ago) none of my mails are answered, Miss Sanders has disappeared and was replaced by a Mr. KIng, who is unavailable.
    I think that it is time for all of the people that have the same problems to write to the UK Fraude Police and maybe to start a common law pursuit.
    I gave them time until end of the week, then I will give the case to the UK Fraude Police.
  • RaidenRaiden Posts: 186 ✭✭
    Just one question - who traded the account?
  • shovieshovie Posts: 1
    I would like to know about OptionsXo , i have already done 200usd investment and now after reading so many complaints, m scared to continue.i would like to know if its safe to continue wit optionsxo?
  • lotzofbotzlotzofbotz Posts: 1,552 ✭✭✭✭
    They your deposit to buy lunch today... Did not even leave you an egg roll :(
  • 123OPTION123123OPTION123 Posts: 1
    I too was scammed , more detail about aa option from another site Domitilla Limited of 64 Paul Street (Ground Floor right), London EC2A 4TT is the registered owner and address. sole Director is David Eshel, probably not a real name .
  • icemann543icemann543 Posts: 10
    Well why am i not surprised! I have had SEVERAL issues with a few brokers thankfully I didnt lose much there as I had just started.

    I had a similar experience with OPTION RALLY but of a different nature, and i left a post here.
    It taught me a lesson. These people are unethical, unscrupulous and VERY VERY good TALKERS!!
    I lost over $100k to OPTION RALLY and like someone said here they are very convincing and once they have your money they disappear then someone else comes in..!! to convince you to part with your money..and yes i was a dumb azzz to fall for it again and again and again. However i am now a lot wiser and more educated and I am currently getting them investigated by the Regulators.
    I do not think all are unethical, however the good ones are few and far between. One broker from OPTION RALLY once told me he wondered how some of his colleagues slept at night, then he disappeared and no one could give me a straight answer where he went!! He probably got fed up with the scamming!
    Have a read of my post and you will see their modus operandi and it wont take long to work out the maths!!
  • eddyvdeddyvd Posts: 3
    I did some investigations : AAOption is not regulated and has no adress in the UK. Their adress in London is a post office box. They act from the Seychelles and so there is nothing we can do to get our money back, unless you know a lawyer (that you can trust) in the Seychelles or if you are willing to complaint by the fraud department of Seychelles-Police.
    I am trying now to get the ISP adress so the website can be forced to be closed. Anyway, then they will open a new website and start all over again...
    Those who deposited by way of credit cards can try to get the money back that was deposited during the last three months. UK police can do nothing as the crime was not comitted in the UK.
    If somebody has connections to the Seychelles, please let me know, I am ready to pursuit those guys as they stole 25,000€ from me!!!!
  • eddyvdeddyvd Posts: 3
    Here is what a friend of mine, who is a specialist in this business, found out

    It's bad news I'm afraid.

    I am sure aaoptions is a scam https://www.fca.org.uk/consumers/scams

    The whole operation is designed to steal money. There has never been any trading, it was just numbers on a screen designed to entice you in and take your money.

    If it sounds too good to be true (88% returns) - it probably is.

    aaoptions are not FCA authorised https://register.fca.org.uk/ This means your friend cannot use the Financial Ombudsman Services to sort out the complaint and will not be compensated by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme

    Your friend can contact the FCA to discuss the matter. He can call the FCA Consumer Helpline on 0800 111 6768 FREE.

    https://www.fca.org.uk/consumers/protect-yourself/report-an-unauthorised-firm

    the www.aaoption.com website is exactly what I would expect from a scam. The links to authorised financial services firms like nasdaq and the 'awards' are just graphics, there are no hyperlinks. The Terms and Conditions are just nonsense and contain typos etc.

    At the bottom of the page it says

    Binary Options trading involves a certain level of risk and may involve certain losses. The risk involved should be taken into consideration as it may not be suitable for all investors.It is advised not to trade with funds you cannot afford to lose.It is recommended to read our terms and conditions before investing. aaoption.com shall not be held responsible for losses as a result of binary options trading or from information obtained at aaoption.com.
    aaoption.com is a brand owned by Pacific Sunrise UK LTD located at 20 – 22 Wenlock Road, London, United Kingdom, N1 7GU

    The processing of payments is to be done by Pacificsunrise UK Ltd and the operation is carried out by Pacific Sunrise Ltd.

    Not much on the companies highlighted but Pacificsunrise UK Ltd was formed in December 2015. Director is Mr David Eshel who also owns Domitilla

    https://companycheck.co.uk/company/09021512/DOMITILLA-LIMITED/summary

    https://companycheck.co.uk/company/09666886/PACIFICSUNRISE-UK-LTD/summary

    Sorry, but very little chance of getting any money back.


    I did ask www.actionfraud.police.uk to investigate on this Mr. David Eshel

  • sukhi007sukhi007 Posts: 1
    Aaoption please some body tell me how to withdraw my money from that company
  • yurisarkyurisark Posts: 1
    The same story, they don't pay even approved withdrawal already 4 months. Money taken from my account and never received.
    The big question: AAOption is clear scam and it's activity is criminal and could be easy proved by any of complainants. Can we anything together, open the case, complain to the Police, or maybe some lawyers for the portion of out money will take care? I am ready to co-operate.
  • NemesisNemesis Posts: 1
    These guys owe me and havent paid me out. Anyone know where they operate from? Its best to deal to them directly;
    their operation is clearly a scam so do to them what they do to you.
  • mackmack Posts: 1
    I am here not to complain about Aaoption but to testify on my success. i saw a contact on youtube about ICP TEAM how they have been helping people to recover their money and i was not moved because i felt is another way for scam, but i gave it a second and contact them on there email [email protected], i provided all the information they needed and follow their instructions, i could not believe it, i got all my money back including some profit which i never saw in the Account. they are wonderful, you can contact them and complain to them how you were scam. you can contact me if you need more information about them.
  • SpiderSpider Posts: 1
    I have been scamed by AA Options. They have a problem in returning phone calls, emails, or even Skype. One thing is for sure I am not going away and I will take this kind of fraud to the very end. I will email [email protected] for starters.
  • The_Geek_MHThe_Geek_MH Posts: 642 mod
    I'd like to know more about myself, internetcrimepolice sounds a little fishy to me....
  • The_Geek_MHThe_Geek_MH Posts: 642 mod
    unless you mean this.... the FBI Internet Crime unit... https://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx
  • DolphinetteDolphinette Posts: 1
    I deposited £250.00 with this scammers inadvertently and within a day had lost £90.00 of the money. When I rang them asking how l lost my money without even trading, I was told I had activated an automatic robot which was doing the trading for me and they will turn it off. I asked to have the rest of £160.00 back and was told to send my identification papers again which I did. The money was not still not refunded and after numerous calls was told can only request my money back after a month of depositing as I didnot go into a shop to buy a tshirt. However I am still being bombarded with calls from these scammers asking me to deposit thousands more and when I say I have no money to deposit they get really angry.

    Whatever possess me to take up with this scammers is beyond me but l am going to raise a dispute with my credit card company to see if they can help
  • The_Geek_MHThe_Geek_MH Posts: 642 mod

    I deposited £250.00 with this scammers inadvertently and within a day had lost £90.00 of the money. When I rang them asking how l lost my money without even trading, I was told I had activated an automatic robot which was doing the trading for me and they will turn it off. I asked to have the rest of £160.00 back and was told to send my identification papers again which I did. The money was not still not refunded and after numerous calls was told can only request my money back after a month of depositing as I didnot go into a shop to buy a tshirt. However I am still being bombarded with calls from these scammers asking me to deposit thousands more and when I say I have no money to deposit they get really angry.

    Whatever possess me to take up with this scammers is beyond me but l am going to raise a dispute with my credit card company to see if they can help

    Call your credit card company and ask for a charge back, and complain to your local regulators, it's the only way to really get back at unregulated brokers with no known physical location.
  • kevkev Posts: 2
    I have contacted AA Option several time to withdraw my deposit and profits from my account after they originally refused and requesting I deposit more money for greater profits. My account managers were Samantha Novak and Eric Grant. I made several request withdrawals and when they failed I began court proceedings. AA Option is own by Pacific Sunrise UK Ltd as stated on their website user agreements. The address for this company Companies House said, is base in Manchester and the director is David Eshel and his county of residence is Israel. They failed to response respond to all court proceedings so a default judgement. I then enforced the judgement with the use of the court bailiffs who arrived at Pacific Sunrise UK Ltd London address provided on AA Option website but the bailiffs found this address to be a service office and could not enforced the judgement. As a result I started proceedings for David Eshel to appear in court in Manchester for questioning about the company finance to assess whether the company how the company can pay and to enforce the judgement. The court wrote to me requesting that I provide David Eshel home address to serve the order for him to appear for questioning as this order cannot be served to their business address. I do not know how to get David Eshel home address and when I searched his name online the name David Eshel in Israel only comes up with a magazine calls Defense Update seen on wikipedia. Hes a retired army general!!!!!!!!!!! Thats if its the same person. These people are theifs and I am not going to stop pursuing them until I get my money. My case has been going on over a year and as soon after I began to make the withdrawal requests I was locked out my AA Option account and the money was never paid.
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