Rip Off Scam - ZoomTrader
I got a call from a guy called Jack Moore who is the owner of Zoom Trader after speaking with a very bad and rude online support team.
This guy started making claims on how his site was voted the number 1 site and that he was partners with Reuters, Microsoft and other big corporate brands.
After trying this website I very soon found out that it was just a scam. The platform which has been developed by Tradologic is just one big scam.
It has been designed NOT to pay you out and their biggest trick of all is to scam you into being tied into a bonus scheme which they DO NOT pay out on when you profit.
At first it sounded like a good business, but I later found out after investing $30,000 that Jack Moore and Zoom Trader is a scam.
I was given a forced bonus of 50% of my investment which was $15,000. I know had $45,000 in my account.
After only 9 weeks of trading and knowing the stock market my account balance was $647,325.00. When I put a withdraw request through the site it was rejected 4 times.
I then spoke to a very rude and arrogant support team who got Jack to call me. He made lie after lie after lie. Telling me that I had not fulfilled my bonus terms.
This is what his bonus terms state: 21. The Company, at its sole discretion, may decide (but not be obliged to do so) to offer bonuses, promotional offers or any other kind of benefits to the Client, to set its conditions, and/or change them without prior notice to the Client. The Company shall not be subject to reason its decision nor to be forced to do the same in future transactions of the Client. Once a bonus has been awarded/accredited to a clients account, they will be subject to execute transactions in an amount of at least forty (40) times the deposit amount and might also subject to minimum deposit and/or minimum volume of trading and/or a certain time limit. Furthermore, the Company may, at its sole discretion, credit the Client with up to Thirty five Percent (35%) bonus for each deposit made by the Client up to a maximum of one thousand five Hundred ( $1500). Financial bonuses will be also subject to Client’s full compliance with these Terms.
I had traded 40 times, hence giving me the amount in my account.
Jack and Zoom Trader support FAILED to pay me out and eventually closed my account down without notice or warning.
I am still waiting on my $30,000 deposit which they claim is ALL I will get back.
They have STOLEN my profits as I am sure they have done to others.
Jack Moore and ZoomTrader is a BIG SCAM. DO NOT TRUST THEM AND DO NOT INVEST IN THEIR BUSINESS OR THEIR BINARY PLATFORM.
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