Have You Been Scammed By 365 Capital Markets? We Can Get Your Money Back

Unfortunately, scams are very common in the field of online trading.

So we feel the need to help victims recover their funds.

If you suspect that something is a scam, it is advisable to stay away from it.

One of such scams is 365 Capital Markets.

365 Capital Markets is an online trading broker that is owned by Argon Holdings Management Ltd.

It is located at Beachmont Business center, Suite 85, Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and 71-75 Shelton Street London Greater London WC2H 9JQ, United Kingdom.

It is important to state that this broker is not regulated, blacklisted, and offshore.

The increase in the growth and publicity of binary options, Ponzi schemes, and cryptocurrencies has made more people lose millions of dollars to dubious companies.

This led to the birth of Global Assets Refund to help victims get back their hard-earned money from these malicious companies.

Global Assets Refund is an international investigative firm that specializes in helping victims of binary fraud recover their hard-earned money.

We liaise with banks and credit card firms to get chargebacks that are made to reclaim deposits.

We will inform you if you have a valid claim when you schedule a free consultation with us.

How Online Trading Scams Lure Victims

The commonest strategy that online trading fraudsters use is to display some winning trades to give you the impression that you can quickly and effortlessly make money.

They do this so that they can gain your trust and confidence.

Then, they proceed to ask you to invest some money or get your friends and loved ones to invest so that they can get as many funds as possible from you.

Once the online trading fraudsters suspect that they cannot get more money from you, they will suspend your account and you will not hear from them again.

Many scam companies claim they are based in a regulated jurisdiction by using fake addresses and licenses to look legit to their clients.

Ensure you do your due diligence so that you don’t fall into the traps of these fraudulent companies.

Our Procedure

If you have been scammed by 365 Capital Markets, don’t worry because you are not alone.

We will help you get your money back.

Global Assets Refund’s team of fund recovery experts is always available to help you recover your hard-earned money.

After contacting us, we can help you build a chargeback case to fight the broker and retrieve your money as soon as possible.

A chargeback refers to the retroactive cancellation and refund of a payment made with your credit card, wire transfer, or other forms of payment.

Only a few people know about it.

However, there is a high chance of recovering your money from scammers when you build a chargeback case provided it is built correctly from the beginning to the end.

When you use a fund recovery service like Global Assets Refund, you will be able to build an accurate and appropriate chargeback case that will help you get your money back as soon as possible.

Apart from a chargeback, we can also help you retrieve your money from scammers through the following ways:

Detailed documentation

To ensure that we recover your funds, we advise that you make records of all transactions you did with the company.

Make records of the brokers or SSPs, terms and conditions, copies of emails/ Skype/ live chat you had with them, confirmation of deposit, turnover requirements for bonuses as well as your trading history.

Irrespective of the next line of action that you take, this information will be useful to get the right result.

What we do next will be determined by the type of scam you fell victim to.

Contacting the broker’s payment provider

If 365 Capital Markets is not willing to refund your money, then you need to take more drastic steps.

If you used your credit card to deposit, then we will call the card company and request a chargeback.

We will let the card company know the initial charge made on the card was fraudulent and the fraudulent company is not willing to do the needful.

You can get a full refund of your deposit after getting in touch with the financial institution that processed 365 Capital Markets’ payments.

The card company will withhold the payments until 365 Capital Markets satisfy the claims.

Contacting the regulator

If contacting the broker’s payment provider does not yield any result, we will proceed to call out the big guns.

The good thing about online trading regulations is that there is always an alternative option that those scammed can use to retrieve their funds.

If the previous methods seem not to produce the desired result, we will contact the regulator.

In some cases, this can be challenging since many brokers are located off-shore and they are hidden behind holding companies as well as virtual offices.

It is, therefore, important to do your homework.

Since 365 Capital Markets is not regulated, we will contact the agency that is in charge of financial regulation in your country.

This will give the company a hard time scamming others from your country.

Reporting the company can also make regulators shut them down for fraud.

Results

Here at Global Assets Refund, our goal is to educate you and also help you recover your lost funds from 365 Capital Markets through our in-depth knowledge in fraud detection and years of experience in dealing with matters that have to do with online trading scams.

Our professionally trained team of recovery agents are adept in the financial sector and they have a high success rate of helping clients recover their money from fraudulent brokers and other scammers.

As a progressive company that is focused on carrying out chargebacks and recovery of funds lost to internet scams and fraud, we will work hand-in-hand with you to get the results you crave.

Don’t waste any time.

Speak to us today to schedule a free consultation and learn more about how our fund recovery service can help you retrieve your hard-earned money from fraudulent brokers.

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