Conclusion: At best, the deposit minus loss is paid back.
After the first few weeks, my deposit had fallen from $ 500 to around $ 200.
The senior account manager Nicole Schuster offered me a test week with the Replicator Pro, who then raised the account to $ 2100 within 2 weeks.
Nicole promised: This profit of $ 1900 will be mine after 3 months, if I use Replicator Pro with at least $ 3000 deposit - so I paid another $ 2500 (April 16).
After one month my account stood at $ 5100 (+ $ 500). But then it began. The performance was negative and the account dropped to $ 4300 until I deleted the replicator. Intermittent mails and telephone calls with Nicole brought no improvement.
At the end of July, I applied for payment. On September 20, I received $ 2099 and $ 1942 were retained as "Adjustment". CTOption leaves me idle - a reason or explanation is still missing today. Only John Wilson (VIP Account Manager) wanted me to pay another $ 5000 and he promised we will have great success ...
NowI have enough and choose this way to hopefully keep other people from registering at CTOPtion.
"senior account manager Nicole Schuster offered me a test week with the Replicator Pro"
That "account manager" is in conflict of interest with you. Today, any serious and regulated broker even mentions this themselves
in their terms and conditions! CTOption does not have such a good rep so you are not the only one getting scammed.
Another thing you need to stop relying on is autotraders and any other get-rich with no effort crap anyone offers.