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Hello to anyone who can read this. DO NOT open an account with UMARKETS (www.umarkets.com) They are Legal Scammers.

I will explain how it is. I opened an account with them one day before the black Friday of the United States ... they convinced me by offering me a 200% bonus or an operation insurance. If I lost any operation during that day they would cover it 100% ... everything seemed like a wonder ... 200% bonus or 100% loss insurance? wow ... ps accept enter and enter with 1,000 usd and accept the bonus of 200% so now my account account had 3,000 usd. But what a surprise when I started to operate Bitcoin and when the operation went against me ... because the platform brought me an alert that all operations would be closed with a 100% loss ... how? did not have 2,000 usd more to resist the price decrease of the instrument? After asking the "expert" advisor they say ... it turns out that the bonus is only for you to risk burning operations ... it is not to help you resist when the price comes back against you, that is ... easier you are going to lose your money and they are helping you right away, that you lose your money.

Fortunately my operations were always positive and after several operations and two weeks, I ended up with a total profit (free of bonus and my investment) of more than 30 thousand USD ... I was happy ... but what a surprise ... when I wanted to withdraw only the 1,000 USD from my initial investment ... NO PODIA ... why? because they force you to operate 200 lots (100,000 USD per lot) to be able to allow you to make withdrawals. Now, to understand the tricks of this company to keep your money I will explain a little. Each lot corresponds to operations that move 100,000 usd that is to say that I should operate 20 million dollars to be able to make my withdrawal ... if I operate with Bitcoin, each Bitcoin is 3,300 dollars, in a few words, it is almost impossible to manage so much money, that alone is forcing you to operate in a way impossible to achieve a total of 20 million ... and the more you operate trying to fulfill what you require, because you simply expose yourself to losing your money, but if we talk that this is a very psychological work in which all the time you could be operating with fear because of the extreme conditions.

In CONCLUSION Umarkets is a legal scam with all the conditions for you to deal with the loss only in order not to return anything because surely they have no way to pay any profit ... everything must be a facade to steal your money. The license they have is paper, they do not really regulate anything and they are in a country that you could say is a tax haven. They are going to steal your money. If after this WARNING and all the ones you are going to find on the internet (because you are going to find them) you decide to open an account with them, then you are very Silly. And you will confirm it when you have lost your money, because you will lose it. UMARKETS is a scam, a real scam.

Wherever they speak well of them, they should be forums or people who pay to speak well of them, because if you investigate just a little without much effort you will realize that there are only bad comments and you will not find anyone who speaks well of them or that he may have been able to withdraw his money.

Edward Velasco Arias 2017-12-12
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