AskOption Review

AskOption LogoAskOption is an unlicensed binary options broker that is owned by the PeakMedia Group. They are located at 2 Old Brompton Road, Suite 50, London, SW7 3DQ, United Kingdom. Their phone number in the United States is (646) 757-1536.

Their email is [email protected], and for broker complaints read here.

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Trading Platform Review

AskOption is a broker running the increasingly popular Panda Trading System, which is the provider of the binary options trading platform. Investors using this software have a wide variety of assets available to trade on including; Forex Pairs, Commodities, Stocks / Shares and Global Stock Market Indexes.

Their selection of option types include: Speed Trading (Hyper) at 30 / 60 second increments plus 2 min, 5 min, and 10 minute options), High / Low, One Touch and Range Options. Returns on high low options are as high as 85%. The Panda trading software offers copy / follow trading also. Starter accounts require a $250 initial deposit.

AskOption Binary Option Brokers
AskOption Binary Option Brokers

 

AskOption Regulations

When the Scam Broker Investigator reviews a broker to see if they are a scam or real broker, we check for a variety of items. The first item we look for is to know if they are licensed and regulated by CySEC in Cyprus, or the CFTC in the United States.

AskOption is not a licensed broker.

When you choose a binary options broker, checking the list of licensed brokers is always important. On October 26th 2015, FINRA published an investor alert regarding offshore binary options brokers. Read the alert on FINRA’s website here.

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Nadex (read review) is a CFTC licensed and regulated binary options exchange for Americans. They are owned by the IG Group which is a major European bank. You can get a demo account here.

DineroLibre (read review) is a popular Latin America broker that is connected with the trading software from OptionRobot.com.

Are you currently trading with AskOption? We want to know your experience with them.

Please write your review in the comments below.

AskOption Review

AskOption LogoAskOption is an unlicensed binary options broker that is owned by the PeakMedia Group. They are located at 2 Old Brompton Road, Suite 50, London, SW7 3DQ, United Kingdom. Their phone number in the United States is (646) 757-1536.

Their email is [email protected], and for broker complaints read here.

Robots & Trading Systems

Trading Signals Scam

Warning: There are many bad trading robots where you will lose money. Read about popular trading signals here.

The most popular automated trading is at: OptionRobot.com.

Trading Platform Review

AskOption is a broker running the increasingly popular Panda Trading System, which is the provider of the binary options trading platform. Investors using this software have a wide variety of assets available to trade on including; Forex Pairs, Commodities, Stocks / Shares and Global Stock Market Indexes.

Their selection of option types include: Speed Trading (Hyper) at 30 / 60 second increments plus 2 min, 5 min, and 10 minute options), High / Low, One Touch and Range Options. Returns on high low options are as high as 85%. The Panda trading software offers copy / follow trading also. Starter accounts require a $250 initial deposit.

AskOption Binary Option Brokers
AskOption Binary Option Brokers

 

AskOption Regulations

When the Scam Broker Investigator reviews a broker to see if they are a scam or real broker, we check for a variety of items. The first item we look for is to know if they are licensed and regulated by CySEC in Cyprus, or the CFTC in the United States.

AskOption is not a licensed broker.

When you choose a binary options broker, checking the list of licensed brokers is always important. On October 26th 2015, FINRA published an investor alert regarding offshore binary options brokers. Read the alert on FINRA’s website here.

Compare AskOption

Nadex (read review) is a CFTC licensed and regulated binary options exchange for Americans. They are owned by the IG Group which is a major European bank. You can get a demo account here.

DineroLibre (read review) is a popular Latin America broker that is connected with the trading software from OptionRobot.com.

Are you currently trading with AskOption? We want to know your experience with them.

Please write your review in the comments below.

  • fpc

    since january 5, 2017, i have been trying to withdraw a partial amount from my account with askoption but they have been stonewalling me. they simply are ignoring my withdrawal request. i have decided to close my account with them and i would like to know what government regulatory agency i can contact for assistance .

    • scm

      i have problems to…their model is is cancel your request unless you talk to a trader who will ask for more money, if you say no they hang up on you…i would say they are a scam. I only put minium amount and asked for withdrawal..

      ASKoption is a SCAM

    • Robert Brumley

      From what I have seen it’s better to call customer service if you can’t get results online. Also depends on how much you have in your account. If you received bonuses you have to make up to the amount they require to withdraw the bonus. If the amount you withdraw includes the bonus they will not give you the bonus money till you achieved the required amount.

  • fpc

    to robert brumley. this is an update to my pevious post two months ago. i was able to get out all of my capital but i still have usd 12,398.94 in my trading account representing trading profits which they call “bonus.” i had losing trades which resulted in reduction of my balance while profitable trades increased my account balance so they cannot call my profits as bonus. i earned it whenever i make out in my trading. i advised their customer service multiple times that i am closing my account and want my account balance sent to me but the answer i get is “she will relay my request to their headoffice and someone will contact me.” no one ever did. anyway I already filed a complaint with federal authorities. i am giving them some time before i follow up with them.

    • Robert Brumley

      Let me know how that goes for you. Right now I don’t trust them. Something is fishy with them.

  • Bino Billy Wilson

    I started an account with ASKoption with $5,000, and I grew the account and now have over $100,000, but now I want to withdraw and I have been asked to make a $15,000, deposit or $50,000, deposit, so as to link my bank account with my platform, without this, I can only take out the $5,000, which was my initial deposit. What do you think? It sounds like a scam? I need help from anyone

  • Israel Massas

    fresh and pure mega SCAM broker on the world ! STAY A WAY FROM THIS BIG SCAM !! Keep your self LIVE .

  • Jcarlo Senin

    Yes this broker is totally a scam! 100% scam! I’ve been withdrawing my money 1 month now. But an agent always telling “I will pass your request to your broker. Please expect a call”. But in the span of waiting no calls is arriving and yesterday I went to my account and then $232 dollars became $2. That’s amazing right?! This broker needs to shutdown so they will not continue to scam people.

  • Franklin Uzoukwu

    same the my 114$ just disappeared from my account and its shows someone traded for me and lost what the hell

  • Pauline Sam

    Hello Robert Brumley, my boss asked for $5,000, his capital, for over 7 weeks now and Askoption has not released the money still. I will be back after April 30, 2017 to give update