Boss Capital Review

BossCapital

Boss Capital was a binary options broker owned by Cheshire Capital Ltd., located at: Cavell House Stannard Place, Crispins Rd, Norwich, NR3 1YE, United Kingdom. Traders from the United Kingdom can reach them at +44 203 519 3488 and from Canada at: (418) 800-9298.

Their email is [email protected]. For trader complaints see here.

Trading Signals Scam

WARNING: If you plan on using a trading robot, first read about the trading scam.

The most popular software that traders use is Option Robot, see here.

Trading Platform Review

Boss Capital ReviewWe see that they give traders the Tech Financials platform, which has more than 200 assets for trading! They offer binary options on commodity futures like Platinum, Gold, Silver, Corn, Coffee & Sugar.

For Forex traders they offer options on major currency pairs and additionally they offer options on exotic currency pairs like the New Zealand Dollar against the Australia Dollar! They offer 60 second, 2 Minute and 5 Minute options.

While reviewing Boss Capital, we see that they offer boundary options. Boundary options are great for trading economic releases. The strategy works like this. The euro is trading at 1.3755 before a jobs report, or interest rate decision. The trader has the option to buy a boundary option predicting that in 10 minutes the Euro will be either inside 1.3750 – 1.3760 or outside. Since most economic releases cause large movements in Forex, traders love this trade. Read this interesting article about boundary option trading.

Boss Capital recently completed their Android App for trading binary options. Read about a demo account here.

Their initial required deposit to start trading is $200.

Boss Capital License

When the scam broker investigator looks at a binary options broker to determine if it is a scam or a legit binary options broker, we want to know if a regulator like the CySEC in Cyprus gave them a license and if they fall under the MIFId rules in Europe?

Boss Capital is not a licensed broker. To see the list of licensed binary brokers, go here.

WARNING from ASIC Australia

“ASIC urges all investors considering trading in binary options to check they are dealing with an entity that holds an Australian financial services licence.”

HighLow (read review) is an ASIC regulated broker you should use instead, visit HighLow.net.

Boss Capital Review

BossCapital

Boss Capital was a binary options broker owned by Cheshire Capital Ltd., located at: Cavell House Stannard Place, Crispins Rd, Norwich, NR3 1YE, United Kingdom. Traders from the United Kingdom can reach them at +44 203 519 3488 and from Canada at: (418) 800-9298.

Their email is [email protected]. For trader complaints see here.

Trading Signals Scam

WARNING: If you plan on using a trading robot, first read about the trading scam.

The most popular software that traders use is Option Robot, see here.

Trading Platform Review

Boss Capital ReviewWe see that they give traders the Tech Financials platform, which has more than 200 assets for trading! They offer binary options on commodity futures like Platinum, Gold, Silver, Corn, Coffee & Sugar.

For Forex traders they offer options on major currency pairs and additionally they offer options on exotic currency pairs like the New Zealand Dollar against the Australia Dollar! They offer 60 second, 2 Minute and 5 Minute options.

While reviewing Boss Capital, we see that they offer boundary options. Boundary options are great for trading economic releases. The strategy works like this. The euro is trading at 1.3755 before a jobs report, or interest rate decision. The trader has the option to buy a boundary option predicting that in 10 minutes the Euro will be either inside 1.3750 – 1.3760 or outside. Since most economic releases cause large movements in Forex, traders love this trade. Read this interesting article about boundary option trading.

Boss Capital recently completed their Android App for trading binary options. Read about a demo account here.

Their initial required deposit to start trading is $200.

Boss Capital License

When the scam broker investigator looks at a binary options broker to determine if it is a scam or a legit binary options broker, we want to know if a regulator like the CySEC in Cyprus gave them a license and if they fall under the MIFId rules in Europe?

Boss Capital is not a licensed broker. To see the list of licensed binary brokers, go here.

WARNING from ASIC Australia

“ASIC urges all investors considering trading in binary options to check they are dealing with an entity that holds an Australian financial services licence.”

HighLow (read review) is an ASIC regulated broker you should use instead, visit HighLow.net.

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  • John

    Hi, just joined today, not sure why I went ahead, but did it anyway.
    Curious to know whether you were contacted by the broker within the allocated time frame as promised and whether, as per ASIC this is all up to scratch from our end, not to mention the ability to withdraw, as you said.

  • Chris Petitclerc

    Yes. I just joined Boss Capital and have tripled my $200 and now at $600 in only a week. I know you must leave $200 in the account to keep it active so I will try withdrawing $400 to see if I get it into my bank. But so far I am enjoying it and having fun. I hope others can let me know your experiences cause they want me to invest a lot more money into a guaranteed investments. $5000 in Google. Should I do it? It may pay $3800 in only one month. To good to be true?

    • Joanne Langen

      Hi Chris Petitclerc, I have just signed up with Boss Capital and have also been contacted by a Broker who has asked if I want to invest $5,000 to be able to make $3,800 in one month. I want to but I am sceptical. Did you go ahead and invest $5,000? If so, how is it going? Are you really making money or was it too good to be true??

  • Greg Croot

    Have had no dramas so far from BOSS and I live in Australia, Have not have it close on me so far as I withdrew but will be refunding again I think

  • Fez Fernandez

    Same thing here. I am waiting to hear from someone giving in $5k.

  • Jim Sinclair

    My experiences with Boss Capital have not been very good. I feel the investment brokers are trying more to keep you investing more funds than they are trying to make you money. The process of getting my money released was very long and painful. Make sure before investing that you read the small print very carefully and do not take the brokers for their word.

  • Bruce Richardson

    Scam, scam, scam. Kept wanting more money and kept losing it. At first made good profits then they lost all. Either they are incompetent or thieves. Was called numerous times by different brokers that gave the same story. The previous brokers were no good and were fired they said. When I told them they would get no more money from me, they dismissed me. I had better success on my own than they did and I know nothing of financial world. Their bonus money offering is just a way to keep you locked in. (every dollar they give you, you must trade $30 in order to even get any money from your account.) I say stay away. It is like gambling (and the house always wins.)