MayFairOptions – SCAM!

MayFairOptions – SCAM!

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(14 votes, average: 1.93 out of 5)
Company info:
Name MayFairOptions (SCAM)
Website mayfairoptions.com
Foundation Year 2013
Trading conditions:
Min. Deposit 200 $
Payouts 85 %
Trading Assets Currencies (Forex), Indices, Stocks, Commodities
Option Types High/Low Options, One Touch Options, Range Options, 60 Second Options, Pair Options, Short Term Options, Other
Payment Methods:
Credit Card, Wire transfer, Neteller, CashU
Other Features:
Accept US traders
Affiliate program
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  • Steward says:

    MayFairOptions broker and Customer Service is really bad. I can NOT taking my money back. (((

  • wilyecajolery says:

    These are scammers, plain and simple. If you think I bear a grudge, try contact them on one of their numbers, or email there support. They operate a boiler room out of Venezuela of all places where you will receive numerous daily calls asking you to deposit more money. They make up the offers as they choose. You will never hear from them if you request a withdrawal

  • Jeffrey S D says:

    At first it seems to be OK, but after I win 5 trades and try withdraw part of money (not all deposit), they don’t answer at my emails. Scam broker

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  • Valencia says:

    Mayfair is horrible! I had a bad experience with another broker and came to Mayfair as they offered account protection insurance. They have not honored this to reduce the risk and I cannot withdraw any money from these people. Am sad that I listened to their brokers and not this board before working with them.

  • Matt U says:

    DO NOT USE MAYFAIR!!! (and why can I not rate zero stars here???)

    Mayfair options are by far the worst company I have ever had the displeasure of dealing with. When I say worst company, I do not mean just Binary Traders, but the worst in any industry anywhere. Their online support is incredibly slow and appears they only have two people covering 24 hour support – TWO hours just to try to organise a payout via online support. Any telephone number listed on their site is FAKE. I actually deliberately traded my account into the ground to try and stop anymore phone calls from their ‘brokers’ (marketing???)

    After making my initial ‘sample’ deposit and completing some successful trades, the multiple phone calls per day began all telling me that I needed to deposit more money to get a broker, blah, blah, etc ,etc. These calls came in at all hours, day and night 12.30 am, 4 am, etc. despite repeatedly advising that I was just trialling for the moment and would contact them if ready to deposit more.

    After about two week of constant phone calls, I decided enough was enough and attempted to withdraw my initial deposit plus remaining balance on the account. Both of which were not large amounts but money none the less. This is where the real fun began!

    After submitting my withdraw request and getting notification that the funds should be received in around 5 working days, I waited, and waited… Eventually logging back on only to find the request had been cancelled. An inquiry to the customer service revealed that the withdraw function could only be used for the amount that was originally deposited. All other withdrawals had a different process – which include waiting for the first withdraw to arrive in my account before requesting the rest… (?!?) this is not mentioned on the site. OK – So I did my withdraw again and after waiting, waiting, was told I needed to verify my identity again – for the THIRD time now. This is now at around four weeks since my original request to withdraw! I provided my identify checks again, resubmitted my withdraw request and waited, and waited, and finally the original deposit arrived back in my account.

    Upon attempting to request the remaining balance (my winnings) I was told that I needed to now print and complete a form verifying, once again that I’d made my original deposit – the very same one they had already processed the payout on. The reason I’m told is that they were changing their procedure and everybody needed to complete this. I actually tried to do a small trade at this time on an almost sure thing and found my account was actually suspended. I was advised that this was because I had not yet completed the new form that I’d never heard about before – I suspect that it was actually because I was trying to actually *gasp* withdraw my winnings.

    I don’t have easy access to a printer but eventually managed to print and scan this form. Upon attempting to submit to customer service I was told it had to be sent via reply email. I never received any email in the first place. I was also told at this time that I’d made a request to withdraw my account three days earlier that had already been accepted. Definitely not me requesting a payout – why would I even waste my time trying to request this when I had this additional form to complete. Asking support if it’s possible my account had been accessed by somebody else was ignored. Realising I’d spent about ten hours stuffing around to try and get around 200 dollars paid out and that somebody else had requested a payout of my account, I decided to write it off as a lost cause. I ended up completing some trades that were quite likely to lose and got my account down to a balance of zero. At least now they 4 am phone calls from their ‘brokers’ might stop.

  • very unhappy customer says:

    My experience with Mayfair Options was terrible. After so many headaches getting my account processed, I got fed up with them and requested to withdraw my funds. I contacted customer support and they said I had to request a withdrawal via their website, which I did. I heard nothing back from them for way too long and then followed up with an e-mail. They e-mailed me back and said they had no record of my withdrawal request. Fortunately, I had taken a screen shot of the request received message on their website. So I sent them an e-mail with that attached. I never heard back from them. Fortunately, I was able to get my deposits back through my credit card company.

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Binary Options broker “MayFairOptions” – SCAM!!!


MayFairOptions is founded in 2013, headquarters in Gibraltar, UK. They offer to their customers one of the best conditions to trade binary options. Their trading platform is called as “SpotOption“, where you can trade a lot of options with different types.

Their platform have the following characteristics such as 100% web based, there is no need ot install software or download, it is no require to have previous trading experience, it is comfortable for every trader. Their platform have also userfriendly interface, 10% of the invested amount is paid back whether your option expired out of the money.

You can trade whatever you want such as Forex, Stocks, Commodities, Indices and other. The trading is so simple, you just need to wait for expire and when it is time you can make your order. This broker offer one of the best chance to trade binary options.

mayfairoptions payments option

You can use payments option such as Neteller, CashU, Visa, wire transfer, Inpay and other. The minimum required deposit is $250 and the payout is over 85%. So you can make a lot of profits with this great binary option broker. There are no fees involved with making a deposit into your account. You can use 3 different types of currencies – USD, EUR or GBP.

Mayfair Options offers range variety of expiry times such as:

– 30, 60 and 120 seconds (Sixty Seconds)
– 15min, 30min, 45min, 1hr (Normal Binary Options)
– Next Day, 1 Week, 1 Month (Long Term)

When you deposit money to your account in MayFairOption, you will receive also daily market analysis, dedicated account manager, demo account and First Trade Risk FREE. Gold account plan and Diamond plan offers Email and SMS alerts also. You can also receive Vip mentorship program. The promotion bonuses depends on how much money you will deposit on your first deposit.

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