Beware! AnalystQ is an offshore broker! Your investment may be at risk.


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AnalystQ offers trading in currency options (or Forex), cryptocurrencies, energy commodities, precious metals and soft commodities. They have a simple sign up form asking for your names, email address and phone number, and a checkbox to “Accept Promotions” which we checked in order to see what kind of Promotions or Bonuses they put forward. The account was immediately created and we received a confirmation email with the username (email address) and password. Sending sensitive information by email is not safe, as it can be intercepted and your password may fall in the wrong hands. This raised an alarm right away.

AnalystQ regulation & safety of funds

According to the Terms and Conditions on their website, AnalystQ is a cryptocurrency trading platform operated by a Company by the same name incorporated in Dominica. Researching Forex trading in this Caribbean island, we found that the Laws of the Commonwealth of Dominica do not provide a regulatory framework and do not regulate Forex brokerage and/or other Forex related services, and thus there are no laws, statutory rules or orders, code of conduct, licensing provisions or consumer/investor protection schemes in place.

We also checked Dominica’s regulatory authority, the Financial Services Unit’s website but did not find AnalystQ’s name among the licensed Dominica-registered financial services providers listed there. Unlike such offshore jurisdictions, established financial hubs have regulatory agencies, for example the FCA in the UK and CySEC, which impose strict rules and guidelines concerning Forex trading. Among these are Minimum Capital Requirements (€730 000) in order to prove their good financial standing, Client Account Segregation (clients’ money is kept separate from the broker’s operating funds) and Compensation Schemes providing additional guarantee to clients’ funds up to a certain amount (85,000 GBP in the UK and 20,000 EUR in the EU).


AnalystQ Trading Software

The brokerage advertises the MetaTrader 5 (MT5) trading platform. MT5 is one of the most powerful and advanced software on the market. It provides an advanced charting package, lots of technical indicators, extensive back-testing environment and a variety of Expert Advisors (EAs). It boasts various features such as additional order types (“Buy Stop Limit” and “Sell Stop Limit”) and a built-in e-mail service in which it surpasses its predecessor MetaTrader 4.

We did not see a download link for the MT5 platform anywhere on the website or in the client area, however. Upon successful registration, we were taken to the client zone that features a proprietary WebTrader, which does not offer the standard Forex pairs, but only cryptocurrencies, indices, commodities and stocks.

The website also claims to provide and iPhone, Android and Tablet trading apps, but again there were no download or app store links to be found.

AnalystQ Trading Conditions

Offshore brokers do not have to comply to strict regulation and can offer high leverage. This brokerage promotes leverage of 1:300. Although high leverage is not something bad in itself, it involves significant risks. Inexperienced traders should keep in mind that leveraged investments can make you huge profits, but can also incur great losses, often substantially bigger that the initial investment. That is why EU and UK regulations have imposed a leverage cap of 1:30 for non-professional traders, whereas in the USA it is 1:50.

The spread we see in the trading platform for BTCUSD is also quite big – $50, while regulated brokers offer spreads of around 1% or  $10. Such a large spread is not beneficial to the trader, but guarantees huge profits to the broker.

AnalystQ Deposit/Withdrawal Methods And Fees

AnalystQ only deposit/withdrawal method is Bitcoin. They say that Deposit / Withdrawal fees apply to these transactions, and that details of these fees are set forth on the Platform as part of the Transaction. That was not the case, however, when we attempted a deposit from the platform – we were only given a BTC deposit address and there was no information about what fees will be incurred:

Going over the different accounts the broker offers we see that they are associated with different minimum deposit amounts. The Standard one requires a minimum funding of BTC equivalent of 500 USD, the next 2 types in the Primary tier – BTC equivalent of 5,000 USD and 25,000 USD, respectively, and the account types of the Professional tier have extremely high minimum deposit requirements – 75,000 USD and 150,000 USD. Established brokers do not usually apply such conditions and even if they do, $500 is a very big amount for a minimum deposit.

Withdrawals can also be made only in Bitcoin and are processed within 3-5 business days. This timeframe is not unusual for regular financial transactions, but considering that Bitcoin transactions are instant, one wonders why the broker needs so much time. Finally, we want to point out one more clause in the Terms and Conditions: “Cancellations: ALL DEPOSITS ARE FINAL, AND MAY NOT BE CANCELLED BY YOU. Transactions over the blockchain are irreversible.” This should be read as a huge warning – yes, Bitcoin transactions are irreversible, and while if you deposit with credit card you may be able to get your money back, here there is no such option. Considering the offshore location of the company and the lack of registration, we believe there is a great probability that one might not even get the basic services advertised by the brokerage.

Further down in the T&Cs we read that the Company charges an Inactivity Fee if any cryptocurrency is deposited in an Account and are not used and/or remain inactive for a period of not less than two (2) calendar months from the date of deposit. This fee will be in the amount of 0.0040 BTC per month which at today’s rate is $36.68. Regulated and licensed brokers will start applying such fee after at least 6 months of inactivity and will usually charge no more than $20.

For all of the above reasons, we would not advise making even the minimum deposit or have any dealings with this broker!

How does the scam work?

Users often fall prey of very simple but quite efficient scams. The first snare is usually an internet ad promising big profits over a short period of time, and all you need to do is provide your personal information, usually email address and phone number. If you do that, you will start getting calls from scam brokers who will continue with the pitches of quick and easy profits until you decide to make a first deposit of $200 to $300. On these funds the scammers get a fat commission and transfer you to senior “brokers”.

These expert con-artists are smooth talkers who start talking you into putting even more money in, because “now is the perfect moment” or “the more money you invest, the higher your profits will be”. Usually about this time most traders will start to feel the scam and will want to withdrawal their money and get out fast.

Unfortunately, the scammers will not give in easily. First, they will try to persuade you not to withdraw right now because you will miss on “big profits”, and if that does not work, they will find numerous reasons to deny or delay your request by asking you for additional documents or claiming that there are some other causes for not executing the withdrawal. The ultimate objective in such procrastination is to make the traders miss the crucial period in which a chargeback request can be filed, and thus lose the chance of getting their money back.

What to do if scammed?

If you used a credit card to make a deposit with the scammers you should immediately file for a chargeback. Both VISA and MasterCard have increased the time in which you can file to 540 days, in part specifically to fight such online scams.

If you used bitcoin or some other untraceable source, however, chances of recovering your funds are slim. You might get approached by so-called “recovery agents”, but don’t fall for their tricks. They will ask for payment up-front to recover your money, but this is just another scam and you will not get anything back.

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  1. Analystq is a scam. I deposited £250.00 and Christian the operator spent an hour and half guiding me towards being ripped off. The senior account manager(ms. Annie fox) refused my calls and failed to respond to my emails. These people are dangerous and have the guile of the devil.

    1. I have also been scammed very recently i put £2000 in but the next day I told them not to trade because I read there reviews but it was too late I can see my money still on the platform and there’s a virtual agent on there to speak to however I have explained my scenario to the live chat and still have been unsuccessful theres an option to transfer but is says btc and an address I am unfamiliar with btc and a code. Is
      there anyway you can transfer back the money in original form

      1. Hi Peter, This is Neville Macdonald from Brisbane, Australia. How far did you chase the money? Did you go to anyone about it? I am in the same boat. Only a much smaller amount. Hard Sell, Hard if not impossible withdrawal. Regards, Neville.

        1. If you used a credit card to make a deposit with the scammers you should immediately file for a chargeback. Both VISA and MasterCard have increased the time in which you can file to 540 days, in part specifically to fight such online scams.

          1. But what if you used Visa debit?

          2. How did you get on?

      2. Do you manage to transfer your money back to your account or you failed completely? Because they took£1100 from me and I can see it on the platform but I can’t withdraw it and they have refused to respond to me . My so called senior manager called Samuel has completely ignored me. Please if you know I can get my money guide me through it.

    2. I’m just about to deposit with analystq but from the reviews below I have decided to stay away from them. Thanks for the reviews gents.
      I have however sent them ID documents and I hope that they won’t be mis used.

  2. Totally convincing on phone. Spent ages getting me set up. Absolute scam, avoid like the plague

    1. How did you get out of it?

  3. Why does Martin Lewis,of the TV Money Program support this.
    According to the Internet. Maybe he do doesn’t know.

  4. Dangerous company. They will talk you into depositing more and then when you try the withdrawal block access, block access to closing trades. Basically anything to keep your deposit.

  5. AnalystQ is definitly a scam. Once the Bitcoins are transfered they are lost. You cannot withdraw the money.

    I do not understand why the governments do not close these company.

  6. For many years they tried to use thier scam to make buy bitcoin and becaome rich and I always refused but afteR I saw celebrities talking about it and advertising for it such as Gordon ramsay and Piers Morgan and I wish I did not see them helping scammers because after that I strongly belived it was not a scam therefore I dicided to go for it and lost my £250 just like that.
    I blame these celebrities who fooled me. because scammers did not mange to fool me for years.

    1. Hello everyone, in October I also invested € 250 I was attended by a girl named Anna very convincing, very kind, promises you many profits but in the end you stay 0 I had a positive account at the beginning she called me saying that we have profits that we are doing well and yes I want to put € 500 more but I started to doubt and claim my money or earnings or anything, just my money, and since then I stopped calling yesterday I have looked at my account (I saw it but could not access to make the withdrawal) and it was 00000
      Hola a todos, en octubre yo también invertí 250€ me atendió una chica llamada Anna muy convincente muy amable te promete muchas ganancias pero al final te quedas 0 he tenido la cuenta en positivo al principio me llamaba diciendo que tenemos ganancias que vamos bien y si quiero poner 500€ más pero empeze a dudar y le reclame mi dinero ni ganancias ni nada solo mi dinero,y desde entonces paro de llamar ayer he mirado mi cuenta (lo veía pero no podía acceder hacer el retiro )y estaba 00000

  7. Analystsq are scammers everyone please take care don’t trust them they are rubbish
    I deposit $408 AUD and they keep asked me to deposit more the same day after a week I asked for a withdrawal they ignored me no replay , then week after I found my money disappeared from the account I created with them,
    Guys please be careful don’t put money on them

    1. Hi Filmon, This is Neville Macdonald from Brisbane, Australia. How far did you chase the money? Did you go to anyone about it? I am in the same boat. Only a much smaller amount. Hard Sell, Hard if not impossible withdrawal. Regards, Neville.

  8. This people are totally scam they asked me to put more money and when I decided to withdraw I loose all my money totally scam

    1. Yes this people are evil. I’ve also fall to their lies and tricks. How can they want more money after trading for you before withdrawal? So it shows they want milk more from you and you get nothing from them. They are just pure crooks

  9. Frank John Mcclellan

    Has anyone been able to withdraw profit from AnalystQ,I applied but I got no answer,l invested $410aud add profit is $853 ,I keep trying but no seems to want to help or an answer. What do you do!??

    1. Hi Frank, when you log in to AnalystQ you can find withdraw option. there you can withraw all the bitcoins in your account.They will ask you address to withdraw money in the form of bitcoin. for that you need to open coinbase wallet account. there you can click recieve button. you will get a bitcoin address. use this address to withdraw money from AnalystQ.

      1. Hello Borase,

        Would you please guide me how I can with my money before it disappears,
        Thank you

        1. Hi Enid, How did you get through?

      2. Stephanie Ramanauskas

        I have opened a coinbase account to withdraw my funds and I can’t find a crypto wallet id anywhere that works

      3. Hi Boarse, I’m quite stuck myself and think I may have messed things up.. Are you able to guide me as well?

        I have gotten as far as the withdrawal request which apparently takes 5 days to process… But regarding the crypto wallet that I used which was the BTC deposit wallet I’d from thier site, I don’t know what to do next!

      4. Hi Dinesh can u help me recover l lost 4200aud recently

      5. Hi Dinesh

        Have done the withdraw thing. Said it would take 5 days, that was January 4th 2021…guess what, i have an account with Independant Reserve, used my btc address and could not withdraw. I have hounded service desk, then i told her that AnalystQ is a scam and All the reviews were all negative. Then she gives me, I will call him John Doe (thats not his name). JD tells me yesterday that i need $12600 Aud to get $75 k out. The 12k is to pay taxes. I sent him an email lastnight and asked him how do i get it to the company. This story may not have an happy ending to say the lest. I am not sending the money.

        1. The same thing happened to me. I asked to withdraw £30k and was told by Joseph (my account manager at AnalystQ) that I would have to pay £8k to pay taxes before I could withdraw my money. Having lost my investment as I now know AnalystQ is a scam I am not sending them any more money as its obvious I won’t see a penny of it again. Do not invest in these people, they are thieves. If anyone out there wants to join forces to bring these charlatans down, contact me.

          1. Hi Tom, My name is Geoff and i invested with these mugs thankfully only $500 Aud and within 3 weeks i got a call from a lady named Dahlia with gret news that my initial investment had grown to 1k and i had not done a thing just the growth rate of btc had given me a double return on my principle investment. Cut a lo g story short within the following month i received a call informing me that my account had been restricted due to inactivity. I said ok i would like to close my account and withdraw my bitcoins, then the fuckery started. I needed to invest an additional $1700 Aud to lift the restriction on my account and start trading. I told the manager that he had to stop sniffing glue and that it was my money. Mu investment andd i wish to withdraw and. Lose account. This was 2 years ago. I just had a call from them 10 minutes ago and my balance is zero, absorbed by commission fees. I couldnt contain mysf and told them they were running a raquet and were criminals. I would do just about anything to expose these fuckers and take them down into the firey pits of hell where they belong. Please advise me of what options we have. Whag your plan is and i will do a ything to support your motion. Cheers. These criminals need to be hung and the money they extorted be extracted from anyone related to them. I eagerly await to hear back from you.



      6. Hi Dinesh Borase…So if you have coinbase wallet you can send your coins there from AnalystQ?..I didnt think of useing coinbase wallet. I tried useing Independant Reserve wallet. I will try cionbase and see how it goes.



  10. The best way to stop them making more victims is with the help of TV channels and newspapers and special TV show just to talk about these dangerous scammers.
    I have already contacted BBC NEWS seeking for help.

  11. These guys are crooks. I invested after seeing Gordon Ramsey on ITV.
    I think there should be a way of suing these celebrities and TV stations who
    promote such crooks. I lost £2400 and they cut all communication with me when
    I asked for a refund. All the money disappeared from my account in three days.
    I would like to know if anyone is willing to join me to mount a Legal challenge
    against AnalystQ and all the Celebrities who advertise for them.

    1. Hi Yahyah, This is Neville Macdonald from Brisbane, Australia. How far did you chase the money? Did you go to anyone about it? I am in the same boat. Only a much smaller amount. Hard Sell, Hard if not impossible withdrawal. Regards, Neville.

    2. Hi there, yes this interests me

    3. Yes I certainly would

  12. scam scam scam. Stay away! No need to say anything else but stay well away!!!

  13. has anyone made money with analyst q

  14. Totaly SCAM!
    I have invested 100.000 EUR and get no profit.
    You always have to pay more and more money and they say you will get a profit but it do not happen.

    STAY AWAY, please

  15. Hi guys please help me how to get my money back I have lost £1100, the guy called Samuel would call me every second and every minute and he even pushed me to borrow £1000 from someone the moment he took the money he never replied my emails, I was never given any account details nothing, I think this is the end of me I don’t think I will survive at all, I have begged these people to access my money but they said they don’t respond to any emails and they don’t call customers and customers don’t call them. I swear I don’t want to kill myself but I have to get someone’s money I borrowed. I begged this guy Samuel he will call me and harass me nonstop but he God I feel like I’m dying please anyone knows how I can get this money please help me, please help me.

    1. Can anyone help?

      1. Please let me join up too, if anyone starts up a class action. I’d dearly love to get my (modest!) funds out.
        Why can’t this company be shut down from advertising at all? (I did find out it was a scan – after investing!) Surely the amounts that the company is grabbing would make them a target for policing international fraud?

  16. Me llamaron ahora mismo les dije que trabajó con degiro ya que tiene supervisión y regulación holandesa. Que no es un market maker. Y los bajos spreeds. Que miraría quienes son ellos analyst Q . No me supo rebatir las objeciones. Y antes de colgarme el teléfono me llamo idiota . Y eso siendo educado. Me llamaron con teléfonos del Reino Unido. Me parecen peligrosos
    They called me right now and I told them that he worked with degiro since it has Dutch supervision and regulation. That it is not a market maker. And the low spreeds. Who would look at who they are analyst Q. I was unable to refute the objections. And before hanging up the phone I call myself an idiot. And that’s being polite. They called me on UK phones. They seem dangerous to me

  17. Dear Juan , if we don,t contact please just start. I know nothing of trading. Regards Chris

  18. Wish I had read this before I sent them £2500 and exactly the same has happened to me I can’t withdraw my money as it says I have open trades but I don’t. My so-called manager George Porter got on his high horse horse and called me losing wanker when I said I wanted to withdraw my money and hung up the phone on me. I have read in the article above that they are not regulated which seems very odd why haven’t they been shut down !!!

  19. AnalystQ is a SCAM.
    I deposited a small amount to test them out. After three weeks of countless emails and phone calls they continue to refuse to let me withdraw funds. It is a SCAM – run away while you can!

  20. Hello Has anyone got their money back?
    Hola Alguien ha recuperado su dinero?

  21. Well, I feel stupid now! I should of done a bit more research before I lost my “investment”!!I’ve been inundated with calls and emails from them, I finally answered one and the young lady “Michelle” arranged to call me this morning at ten o’clock and show me on my laptop how my money is growing!! She told me it had grown by 100%! I said that I didn’t need to see it on screen, as it meant that my money has doubled? She reluctantly concurred and it’s now over an hour after her “alleged” call time and not heard a thing from her! I think it’s safe to assume that I may have had my last call from them? I’m cross that I’ve lost money, but what’s worse is that I’ve helped those, that don’t need it as much as I do!!

  22. AnalystQ is a web site that pretends to be an ethical and established business for the investment in Bitcoin primarily but also with some other selected commodities.  I invested with this company and after 5 weeks of trying to withdraw money I have had enough.  And so, based on my experience with AnalystQ I have placed this information here to assist other potential investors to make an informed decision. 

    But it is a SCAM and here is why:

    I invested a small amount to test AnalystQ as a precursor to making a major investment.

    For a while it appeared to go well but then I tried to take a profit, so I closed the Open Trades and tried to make a withdrawal.  They continuously denied me this withdrawal.

    On many occasions I contacted their Customer Services who could do nothing but bounce me from one so called Account Manager to another.  All of whom proved to be totally incapable of doing nothing but try and get more money from you.

    After many emails and calls to their Customer support service and Account Managers I told them I wanted to close my account and withdraw all funds.  At this point Trades kept mysteriously opening in my account. I would close them, then they would open again by themselves after about 30 minutes, over and over again until I gave up closing them.

    But these Trades were different.  Before I told AnalystQ I wanted to close my account, the open trades would steadily move upwards.  However, after I told AnalystQ I wanted to close my account they were clearly and steadily reducing my funds down to zero.  (I have read other people have had this happen to them as well.) 

    After 5 weeks of continuously communicating with AnalystQ Customer Service and having been connected to 5 different account managers they have proven to be totally incapable of doing anything but rip you off.  It is quite clear this is a system designed to take your money – one way or another.

    The AnalystQ account managers never have a last name just an assumed western first name like Joseph, Billy, Richard, Rachel and Peter, unlike legitimate business that provide full disclosure.  They are all keen to talk to you about not withdrawing money and even investing more but they are either fronting for the SCAM or they are totally incompetent, as none of them has been able to do anything but make false promises and then run away and then you are passed to another Account Manager.  This is clearly their modus.

    Rachel told me bitcoin withdrawals could be processed in 30 minutes, Peter told me it could be done at the least in the same day.  Predictably they both did nothing as did the others, and 5 weeks later I am still waiting.  Billy was the most laughable – he actually abused me with foul language and told me he had no time for me.  None have proven capable of doing anything but take your money.  So if you are relying on these people – good luck, you will need it.

    Given the way they were able to manipulate the trade to make a profit up to the point where I wanted to close the account, then manipulate it to reduce the funds to zero, I do not believe my funds were actually trading.  It appears that they have developed a website cleverly linked to real trading readouts that makes it look like your funds are trading, but in reality, they are holding them.

    There are a few websites out there acclaiming the probity of AnalystQ.  But if you look closely you will find it is all the same information, usually verbatim.  It is most likely that AnalystQ owns these sites or has paid the owners to publish their marketing material so as to appear as a positive review.

    Unlike legitimate businesses AnalystQ does not reveal its location or business address.  Traces of their emails indicate that AnalystQ emails originate in Korea.

    Like most SCAMs they only use virtual numbers and do not display their real contact numbers.​

    So AnalystQ is clearly a SCAM to get your money.  If AnalystQ is not a SCAM then as indicated above AnalystQ is so incompetent a business that you will lose your money anyway.  Based upon the findings above it is recommended to avoid AnalystQ like the plague.

    I am very grateful that I decided to test them out with a small sum of money first!

    1. Hi my name is Lee. Over the last 3 months I have slowly been growing my investments with Analysts Q Now have invested nearly 30k aid. My senior manager has been Billy from Hong Kong. He has now left me has the virus and is in a hospital in HK. My new broke is Joseph he sounds really incompetent Surely there is some way that I can at least get my money back. Who do I go too These people need to be exposed big time. The media need to know world wide. Who an help me please. At least stop this happening to someone else

  23. I was scammed in a similar way with the promise of good profit by an outfit called Sky Capital.
    I lost a large sum and after this I was contacted by AnalystQ with the tale that they had recovered my lost funds. They justified there interest because originally I had invested 250 euros with them and because my account with them had been switched, sky capital hacked into my computer.I was assured that they could recover my losses However I will have to pay £3500 to their LAWYER?. I FIND IT INCREDIBLE THAT THEY HAVE SPENT WEEKS TRYING TO GET ME TO PAY THIS. I have asked them to refund the money first and then I will pay the Lawyer. They refuse this offer. Today i was informed they will go to court in Switzerland to enable them to keep the stolen money. Anyone else had such dealings with Analyst Q. Beware of George !

    1. It is a total Scam Scam Scam Stay away

      I invested 500GBP with of Bitcoin and left it as they contacted me and stated it would grow it is now worth double and I have tried move it back into my wallet. Every excuse in the book has come from these scamming bastards.

      If anyone wants to support me in getting them removed from google please reply.



  24. I have read the comments above and concur with all of them. Christopher is/was my manager but no communication last 3 months. Withdrawal request was cancelled by them. No reason/communication at all. Auto trader not working.

  25. Hi Lee

    I fell for the same scam, 30k is a lot of money I feel for you. I got most of my of my money back. How did you deposit it? Do you still have the email of the person? Do you have a coinbase or a crypto account? There is a way to get your money back (can’t guarantee), it is a step by step process.

    1. Will you take me through the process?
      I have paid 100 k and do not get any money back.

    2. Would you help me please Rasab? I’ve put all my savings into this and it still sits there and I have no idea where to start to retrieve it! If I ever find a way to sort this out I will help everyone with pleasure.

  26. Scammers definitely tried to scam me, lucky got most of my money back.

    1. Okay I’ve put £2500 pounds with these it’s at 15000 at moment so I’ve lost it then

  27. hi keith you’ve invest £2500 pounds it was just a percentage of bitcoin wallet, on 15/10/2021 at 18:42gmt the BTC_USD is traded at USD $61.429.30.
    I have invested £250 pounds on 08/07/2020 and now it has a balance of USD $785.00 but the AnalystQ refused to let me close my account and reclaim my balance of US$785.00.

  28. I believe that now they are hiding under AnalystQue name . Be careful !

    1. I was trading with this company for 10 months now and recently had a decent profit. I had withdrawn 100usd earlier and never attempted to withdraw since which was my biggest mistake.. Currently I have 38900usd in my account and this platform doesn’t allow me to withdraw that. The withdrawal request was rejected twice.. I contacted the so called account manager and he replied that I have to pay taxes for the accumulated profit. The tax was said to be 25% which equalled to 8005usd which I paid as well “what an idiot I’m? “.
      He said the transaction didn’t went thru and the bitcoin never made to the wallet. He gave me the best reason stating that someone in the world transferred exactly the same amount of bitcoin and it got stuck in the Blockchain. He sent me some drawing showing a tube with 2 balls got stuck and said one is mine and other ball is someone in the world who made this transfer. He then asked me to transfer another 8000 usd to the same wallet address.
      I sincerely request anyone trading or planning to trade with Analystque to cut the ties immediately before you end up like me. I realized the scam later by the time I have lost 20000Usd to the so called account manager David Panteli and Analystque.

  29. I have been stung recently by these thieves also, have reported all the linked companies British BitCoin Profit and Ibinex and AnyalstQue on Trust Pilot lol !!! i cant stop them alone but i will make sure their profits are harder to gain from unaware customers that all these scamming 3rd parties are LINKED together.

  30. Scam ! Scam! Please read all the negative reviews and ignore the positive one they’re not true !
    Firstly they will try to get your trust, they will call you every single day and get friendly with you. They ask you to start with a small money and later they will ask you this is a good opportunity come up everybody investing now, this is a best time for you to invest and again and again for first few months. They push me to get a loan with a higher rate, push me to loaned from Friends and family.
    I wish I could read the reviews before do anythings with them.
    I lost over £25,000 Plus I have to pay back my Lond and friends.
    Once again please read the negative reviews before you get victims like me and others

    1. Hi
      Is this real that Analystque is a scam?
      I have invested a huge sum and I want someone to say that all the above messages are not for real..

      I know your response but I don’t have an option now..

  31. Hi pple,
    Is this an issue with everyone? I am in the same position too.
    I got infor and someone by name simon from analystque. sayin about diposite and I cant withdraw or dont see any functions now.. he is not even replying back.
    it was my savings.

    1. Mohamed Nureyni Mohamed Nuur

      i will take back the review, i wrote about simon.
      as long as hes keepin on his word, as confiemed.
      thank you and sorry.

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