EveryOption Review

EveryOption is Out of Business! Just another Scam Broker.

Make sure your next broker is a licensed broker listed here.

EveryOption BrokersEveryOption was a Binary Options Broker owned by Fundsaver Sevices Ltd. EveryOption is located at Tassou Papadopolou 6, Flat/Office 22, Agios, Dometius, 2373, Cyprus.

When EveryOption first opened they mainly focused on the Russian markets. In 2015 they began their global expansion. Their website is available in English, Russian, Arabic, French and Italian.

Platform Review

EveryOption used the Keystone binary options trading platform which was the same platform that TopOption.com used. It was developed by Markets.com. Traders have over 100 assets and currency pairs to trade binary options with EveryOption. They offer 60 second options, daily, weekly and monthly options. They have what they call pro options, which gives traders flexibility in the options they can trade. The platform has advanced charting capabilities, and the ability to double the size of their position and close out their position mid trade.

The minimum trade size is $10 and the minimum deposit for new accounts is $250.

Are you trading with EveryOption? Please leave your review in the comment section below.

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License & Regulation

What we look for in binary option brokers to determine if they are a legit broker or a scam broker is very simple. Did a regulator body like CySEC in Cyprus give them a license and do they fall under the MIFId regulatory rules in the European Union (EU)?

EveryOption is owned by a Cyprus company, but as of October 2015, it does not look like they have received a license from CySEC.

When you pick a binary options broker it is always important to check the list of regulated brokers to see if the broker you would like to open an account with is regulated by a government regulatory agency.

WARNING from ASIC in 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 or is authorised by an Australian financial services licensee and regulated by ASIC.”

HighLow (read review) is an ASIC regulated and has an AFS license, visit HighLow.

Compare EveryOption

Traders have quite a few licensed brokers they can trade with. You should take a look at the brokers listed on the Top Rated Brokers, see here.

EveryOption Review

EveryOption is Out of Business! Just another Scam Broker.

Make sure your next broker is a licensed broker listed here.

EveryOption BrokersEveryOption was a Binary Options Broker owned by Fundsaver Sevices Ltd. EveryOption is located at Tassou Papadopolou 6, Flat/Office 22, Agios, Dometius, 2373, Cyprus.

When EveryOption first opened they mainly focused on the Russian markets. In 2015 they began their global expansion. Their website is available in English, Russian, Arabic, French and Italian.

Platform Review

EveryOption used the Keystone binary options trading platform which was the same platform that TopOption.com used. It was developed by Markets.com. Traders have over 100 assets and currency pairs to trade binary options with EveryOption. They offer 60 second options, daily, weekly and monthly options. They have what they call pro options, which gives traders flexibility in the options they can trade. The platform has advanced charting capabilities, and the ability to double the size of their position and close out their position mid trade.

The minimum trade size is $10 and the minimum deposit for new accounts is $250.

Are you trading with EveryOption? Please leave your review in the comment section below.

Trading Signals Scam

Warning! There are many bad trading robots for trading binary options, read this article.

The popular Binary Option Robot is the only one that you should use, read more.

License & Regulation

What we look for in binary option brokers to determine if they are a legit broker or a scam broker is very simple. Did a regulator body like CySEC in Cyprus give them a license and do they fall under the MIFId regulatory rules in the European Union (EU)?

EveryOption is owned by a Cyprus company, but as of October 2015, it does not look like they have received a license from CySEC.

When you pick a binary options broker it is always important to check the list of regulated brokers to see if the broker you would like to open an account with is regulated by a government regulatory agency.

WARNING from ASIC in 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 or is authorised by an Australian financial services licensee and regulated by ASIC.”

HighLow (read review) is an ASIC regulated and has an AFS license, visit HighLow.

Compare EveryOption

Traders have quite a few licensed brokers they can trade with. You should take a look at the brokers listed on the Top Rated Brokers, see here.

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  • Sergey

    Look like I am one of “lucky”…
    Several weeks ago I begin to communicate with broker from this company.
    At August 31 in my account was about 15000EUR…
    Next day I mention that on my account is 0,83EUR…

    Two weeks and no any replies from broker 🙁
    Non of phone numbers from site doesn’t work.

    I don’t know what to do know.

    Maybe someone can help me?

    • Anna

      what was the mame of the broker

    • James

      unfortunately you have been scammed .
      its a good con if you’re in their shoes!!
      we need to set a site up to go viral to catch these bastards

      • Omkar Wagh

        have made the site to find them. I would like to find them as well.

  • Bobtd

    Everyoption are a bunch of liars, do not trust one word they say. they make up rules as they go along. I don’t know why they have terms and conditions they don’t even follow it. Sorry they do follow the T&C, only when it’s advantage to them. When you want answers they don’t respond.
    If you do business with make sure you have everything in writing and if you are looking to invest with everyoption, stay away. No professionalism what so ever. No class!

  • Trevor Tulloch

    Unfortunately I have to join this discussion, I also invested a large sum of money with these mindless individuals and yes I was scammed too.
    What I would like very much is that a website to be created dedicated to everyoption so that people can see the amount of scams and cons
    before they invest with this company. I am now making it my duty to go on blog site to let people know how corrupted everyoption is. We need to get the word out.
    Also for those do you not know what to do regarding being scammed by them, The first thing you should do is inform your bank regardless of how you feel about the scam. Also call actionfraud and the FCA.

  • simon

    EveryOption is a big scam. All they do is pester you with request for more money and even when you are not interested in any investment you are not allowed to withdrawal your funds and after a while you are told that all your fund is lost.There is a Jennifer Roberts, not even sure if that is her real, whenever she calls it only to request for more money for a bogus investment!!! What sort of investment does not allow withdrawal of the depositor’s funds.

    • Dave

      Unfortunately I too have been SCAMMED. EveryOption and Melissa Gomez are a SCAM. Do not invest with them. If you can, see if you can get your money out.

  • Bill

    I have been with Everyoption for the last year with a broker and invested a lot of money. I had a named broker who phoned me every Friday to explain what he was doing. Over time and very quickly I increased my balance by 5 times and everything was shown correctly on the portfolio and balance sheet. When I reached the first goal I was enticed by a bonus offer, put more money in and doubled my balance. Everything looked good but unfortunately I did not do a withdrawal as I set a 2nd goal and again put money in to do it in a certain time frame still with the same broker. This was going well until he said he had been promoted to corporate manager with some big client and couldn’t phone me and if I did not have a certain balance in my account he could not guarantee doing my trades and would pass it on to another broker in Everyoption. Like a fool I put more money in. 2 weeks later the Everyoption site would not let me login. I sent email to their support. they fixed it and again their was a trade. 1 week after that I cannot login, my account is inactive on the site. Support does not reply nor does the broker. I am pretty sure I have been scammed over a long period and lost everything I invested and my winnings of course.
    Their support did work and communicated with me on technical problems up to the last week. Is their anyone else using the site as they may just have locked me out and still scamming others.
    They show an office address in London which is just a front but many brokers do this to gain a UK address. Seemingly earlier when I questioned the broker about their bank and location he did say bank of Cyprus with main office in Belize. This is a very sophisticated scam over a long period and I would like to warn others

  • Sue Parker

    Yes, I too have been done like a turkey dinner with EveryOption. I have tried to withdraw my deposit only – they can keep their bonuses and profits – only to be told that my money has been lost in ‘aggressive trades’. All that’s left is $1.50. It’s a hard lesson to learn for not doing proper research. Is there some kind of regulatory body that we can lodge a complaint with?

  • Johan Bergholm

    Wow , So I am not he Only one … for five month they have been very professional and working well .. I have withdrwan about 18,000 euro and I was going to take out an other 20k from my account with over 200k…

    2400 Speedmaster tradeds in 24 hours and I have .78 euro left … anyone know in what direction to go to get hold of an athority that can nail this asholes .. I will go to the local police to morrow and see what they can do..

  • John

    I was scammed by everyoption and their account manager Ari Price earlier this month as well. Exactly the same execution. Failed to persuade me to deposit more money, 14 speedmaster trades, 2k to 2 euro. Then some BS explanation. Bottom line is we put ourselves in vulnerable position by allow their money managers to do binary trade. So they are working together just to get your deposit, nothing more. I’ve been trying to exposing their scheme in as many forums as possible, include Ripoff report, binaryoptionedge…etc.

    Their site has been recycling the message of merging with alldayoption for a week. I think they are probably running out people to scam and trying to change the name to alldayoption that will be run by the same group of people. I’ve been updating all my posts and alert people about alldayoption now.

    Sorry about everyone include me that lost money. Don’t know if any thing can be done for the loss but to expose their scheme to as many people as possible.

  • NOTA Corporation

    Every Option, David Goldenberg, Millie Spencer, Jennie Pierce, All Day Option and co. are a bunch of liars and thieves. They refused to process withdrawals from our profitable account, and a few weeks later their site was completely gone. We reckon that they owe us about 30 thousand euros in total, a few thousand of which were our initial deposits with them. Do not be taken in by them, they do not want to help you make money, they only want to keep what you deposit with them. We know of several others who have also had this experience. These people better watch their backs if they don’t return what doesn’t belong to them. They have pissed off the wrong people.

  • John

    Do you have any idea how to contact them now ? I would like to get some feadback …

  • Mack Hudson

    EO sent me this email on Christmas Day!!

    Withdrawal Money – Sent

    Dear Mack Hudson .

    Thank
    you for choosing EveryOption. Your withdrawal of 7359.66 EUR has been
    processed and funds have been issued to your account. Depending on the
    payment method, your funds will appear in your account within up to:

    1 business day for e-wallet payments

    3 – 5 business days for wire withdrawals

    For
    further details about this transaction, or for any other questions,
    comments or concerns, feel free to contact us at your convenience.

    Please make sure to reference the following number: •••••••••

    Best regards,

    Customer Support

    Email: [email protected]

    No
    $$ in my account yet (what a surprise), has anyone else received an
    email like this? They may not be regulated by CySEC but I’m sending in a
    formal complaint anyway.

    • JR Vd Merwe

      I cant even get through via e mail to their contact number…

  • John Lowrie

    I was searching around the net and came
    across your site and posts, in reference to Everyoption. Similar to Mark H
    post. I have had a managed account with everyoption for 6 months, when I tried
    to do my first withdrawal on Wednesday 13 October 2015, it was not processed, shortly
    thereafter I was notified that everyoption was merging with Alldayoption and
    that I should try the withdrawal using there site. I have been in contact with
    Alldayoption, to now finally receive from Alldayoption:-

    Even
    though your funds were supposed to be transferred , eventually the account was
    not transferred.

    In otherwords after 12 weeks I am
    advised that my funds are not with Alldayoption, and no account set up or
    transfer to them has occurred. Following this I tried to telephone everyoption,
    no one answered, emails to broker and support, no replys. The telephone number
    in the merger document is a call service, theei response was they could not
    assist me, would not give me a there contact details from anyone from
    everyoption, except tell me to write an email to support. In the mean time I
    has been sending emails to Allday option as well as I cannot get anything from
    everyoption. I received an email 25 December 2015 from everyoption:- same as
    Mark H post.

    Thank you for choosing EveryOption. Your withdrawal
    of ?????????? GBP has been processed and funds have been issued to your
    account. Depending on the payment method, your funds will appear in your
    account within up to:

    No funds have been received into my
    account

    My request to everyoption to provide
    proof of transfer has not been replied to.

    Still doing further investigation work,
    but not looking too good.

    Here to offer any
    assistance to track these people down

  • Roselyn Jakin

    Why didn’t I see this email before i handed money over to ALL Day OPTION!!!! Every request for withdrawal has been blocked by a man who calls himself Liam Hammond. Every email to support or Complaint seems to go to Liam Hammond. Trying to call them now and the phone gets disconnected immediately. If ALL DAY OPTION take the money from Visa or MAstercard and it’s a scam it is fraud!!!!! and monies need to be returned when a complaint is made to Visa / MasterCard Would you AGREE?