EveryOption is Out of Business! Just another Scam Broker.
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EveryOption 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.
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.
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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.”