OnlineMarketShare review – 5 things you should know about

OnlineMarketShare review – 5 things you should know about

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



Don’t put all your eggs in one basket. Open trading accounts with at least two brokers.


OnlineMarketShare is a name that can be attributed to every broker out there, with the exception of binary options traders and crypto-only brokers. All the rest could easily be called OnlineMarketShare. Yet there is only one that bears such a name, and it does not wear the name all too good… It is not as bad as previous brokers, but OnlineMarketShare still has its downs… Read the review to find out if you should invest in this one.

To register at OnlineMarketShare, one must pass through a oversimplified sign up process that takes less than 10 seconds to go through. After that, the user dashboard quickly flashed before our eyes, and was quickly blocked by a message stating that our account needs to be verified. We did not get verified, becaue the broker probably figured out that we are not investors. So any trading info will be taken from the website.

In turn, the website gives us very bad spreads, of up to 2.8 pips for the Bronze account, which technically is the standard account. Really the only accounts with the most decent cost of trade, 1.5 pips and 0.1 pip, are the Gold account and the Platinum account (respectfully), and there the minimum deposit requirement for these is probably in the thousands (it has not been revealed).

The leverage is supposedly capped at 1:300, and the trading assets are revealed to be forex pairs, indices, commodities, futures, and shares. Cryptocurrencies are missing, which should not be because they have become a must for any modern broker.

The website can be accessed in English, Russian, and German.


The footer of the site locates the broker in the Commonwealth of Dominica, while working also under the laws of England.

The Commonwealth of Dominica has an agency that oversees the banking sector, yet there is no forex trading license issuer. It is no real hassle to register a FX firm there, but to get a license is a completely different story. Aside from that, the alleged UK applicable laws, are as imaginary as an FCA licence.

As a last point before concluding, we just want to say that there is no real claim anywhere on the site that the broker is in fact a licensed entities.

With that out of the way, OnlineMarketShare is one UNREGULATED brokers, immediately rendering it a risk to all investments.

Traders needn’t have to worry themselves with such risk if they choose to trade with a brokerage regulated and authorized by a prestigious regulatory agency. Such agencies are the FCA in the UK or CySec in Cyprus which have been leading names in Forex trading for some time now. Their regulatory framework is composed of a number of strict rules which prevent clients from falling victims to fraud. Such rules include the segregation of accounts which assures that commingling with the client’s money is not possible. Furthermore, a license by such a regulatory body entails participation in a financial mechanism by which clients may be compensated if they suffer losses due to fraud or bankruptcy. With the FCA the compensation is up to 85 000 pounds, where as with CySEC it is up to 20 000 euro per person.


The user dashboard gives its users the opportunity to use the MT4, yet as unverified clients, we had no access to it.

One cannot go wrong with the MT4, as is it is the most used platform in the industry and very rightfully so. With a huge array of chart customisation capabilities, advanced charting package, technical indicators, a back-testing environment, Expert Advisors, and hundreds of other elements, the MT4 has it all. Sometimes in may seem like there is too much, and that is why we advice you spend time with it, becasue the more you do the faster you will become an expert on it.

Be ware that the firm can close down positions, trading positions, if the margin level of a user drops below 50%!


All the following details have been taken from the website, and not from a user area, and so we are still questioning their accuracy.

The minimum deposit is $250, according to the Deposit Declaration: the only source of info we could find with this piece of information.  Bank Transfer, Credit card, and Debit card are the only methods through which one can fund an account. The ever popular bitcoin deposition option is not present, which is one of the most popular payment gateway ever for illegal brokers.

The minimum withdrawal amount is $50. The processing of a withdrawal is done within the first 30 days of the initial deposit, with no clear answer as to what happens if a user wishes to withdraw after 30 day.

The turnover requirement for bonus withdrawals, even if at a minimum with OnlineMarketShare, is still a sign that the broker is not regulated. The requirement that must be met is (the bonus divided by 4)

There are multiple mentions of fees, for both withdrawals and an array for different things, most of which the broker has not detailed. So please be aware of such charges, that can be issued at any time!

We are aware that the Terms and Conditions of OnlineMarketShare are limited and do not provide any scammer clauses. However, the length of the document is indicative of the shady nature of OnlineMarketShare. By comparison, regulated brokers have extensive 40-50 page T/Cs, and on top of that a dozen or more additional legal documents. Anyway, we digress from our main point, and that is that OnlineMarketShare is not at all a place where one should deposit. Without a regulation a broker is as good as any scam!

How does the scam work?

Even though the forex trading world is extremely large and encompasses millions of people around the globe, the most common scamming is pretty simple and straightforward and as such – it’s not particularly daring to avoid. Here is a quick overview of how it is done:

Through clicking an ad with promises for fast money, you will be redirected to a website such as Bitcoin Evolution or Cashless PayGroup where registration will require you to give your address, email and phone number. After sharing your personal information, you will being receiving calls from brokers, compelling you to invest with them and win big. After a few minutes hearing their pitches, you decide to deposit some $200-250. And just like that – the scammers take a fat commission from this initial deposit.

After they are done with you, senior scammers begin working you into putting even more money. They say it’s the only way to profit from trading even more. After making the mistake of investing even further, you’ll begin wanting to get out of this and withdraw what you have left.

Unfortunately, the con-artists have no such thing in mind. They will now begin persuading you to wait it out and not withdraw right now. The angle here is pretty blunt – traders have a limited time period for filing a chargeback with their bank and get their money back. The “recovery department” will simply want to mislead you into missing thе crucial period and, along the way, losing any chance you might have of getting the money back.

It is important here to take notice that both Visa and MasterCard are taking measures to combat unregulated forex brokerages by classifying all forex transactions as high risk. And with the case Btcoinpro – they are correct in doing so. Furthermore, supporting their intention with clear actions – MasterCard has increased the previous time period of six months for filing a chargeback to a year and a half.

What to do when scammed?

As was mentioned above, scamming is quite the common in the trading world and, sadly, even you might suffer from it. In such an unfortunate case there still may be some available options for you.

You may contact your bank or credit card provider and file a chargeback. 

If, however, you have provided the broker with your credit card details, immediately cancel your credit card.

If you have given information regarding your online banking pass – you should switch it asap!

Beware of potential calls from self-described “recovery agencies”! They prey on scammed and vulnerable traders who are desperate to recover their losses. They will require an “up-front” payment to help you, but after paying them, no such help will be coming your way!

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  1. I am a victim of this scammer – OMS. Unfortunately I was trusting and was led to believe that payments were faster and tax free through bitcoin. I used up to 300k of my savings and also took out loans because I was told there were remaining charges that needed to be paid before I could have access to my funds. I am totally screwed and close retirement. They don’t care about you and will keep spinning up lies and make promises that will never happen.

    All communications are done through an app – emails are seldom replied to.
    Reporting this company will make no difference, once you have given them your money you are a hostage until you pay them more money and that is how it goes on and on.

    1. The Account Manager (DZ) has contacted me to resolve the issue. We both feel the whole process has been overwhelming and we want to reach a fair solution so that the company has a fair chance to present itself in good light.
      The Account Manager has agreed to make sure the balance of 365K will be transfer without any charges to my bank account by the deadline of 30th September 2020.
      I will be more than happy to provide further comments and when satisfied the funds have reached my personal bank account.
      Will keep you all posted.

      1. Is this true? My account manager hasn’t even contacted me nor the ‘telephone number’ is working.
        This is still a scam – DO NOT send any more funds!

        1. When you call the number you get someone on the line.

      2. I am afraid it’s all lies! If they was a real trading platform they would not give you a deadline as set out in their ‘t&c’s) that any money you want to withdrawal would be deposited in to your account that day. It’s all lies. Report them immediately, I’ve only lost £3250 but it was still my savings!! They force you and are very persistent! Don’t be fooled

      3. Hello Abdul,
        Have you got any update yet? I’m being screwed and feel trapped and not getting anywhere.
        the phone number in their website isn’t working and nobody picks my emails. any advice here would be very appreciated.


        1. I think I am also a victim of this company scam, they offered me a n insurance policy to protect my balance, how can I quit and get my money back. what ph number do they use to you?

          1. clean up your open trades and ask for withdrawal. when there are no trades open they there is no reason why they should not unless it is indeed a scam

      4. Thank you for your input I’m here thinking of investing with Bitcoin because it was shown on TV This Morning and they verify its true it works did you get your money I hope so

  2. There is no way to get you money back if you have used bitcoin. They have got all your money and you will not see a single penny ever. Sorry to say you will need to move on and put this incident behind you. It’s a very sophisticated scam that pulls you in.

  3. DO NOT TRUST ONLINEMARKETSHARE – I was believed that I would make profit by trading with my ‘broker, Simon Melius’ – very much doubt his real name. I was told that I could withdrawal my funds at any time, this is a lie. Simon would make a trade using ‘any desk’ and he even made me put £3k of my savings in to Blockchain then transferred it in to my ‘trading account’ when i told him that i dont want to do this anymore, all contact had stopped. Emails from Onlinemarketshare had also stopped. The last email i had received from them was a Withdrawal decline email saying that my broker will get in touch with me. I dont know how the website is still up and running???

  4. BEWARE OF and Share Tech Ltd. A bunch of lowlife thieves. They go around scamming innocent people off their hard earned money.
    DO NOT BE FOOLED BY THE ABOVE FAKE REVIEWS giving 5 stars. They are liars. I have sent over 15 emails to their support, and not a single reply from them. The UK phone number on their website does not exist. I was told by my telephone service provider that it is a FAKE NUMBER that doesn’t exist. As soon as I paid 250 USD to them, and refused to transfer my Bitcoin, a man named Simon stopped calling me. I could tell with his Swiss accent that he was calling from Switzerland. And when I started asking him questions, he dropped out of touch. No more phone calls from him.

    1. Hi Benny
      I am so glad you have made a review! I cant seem to find any bad ones other then on this website. They must pay for their reviews!!

      I also had ‘Simon’ as a broker, I too asked lots of questions and after two weeks I gave in and handed over £3,000 of my money through Blockchain. I feel so stupid, once I transferred, all contact stopped,, when i wanted to withdrawal I kept receiving the decline email!

      They are scumbags and NO ONE should trust them! They have been reported in the UK.

      They have also changed their support email address to [email protected]

  5. This company “Onlinemarketshare” aka Trust Tech Ltd aka Share Tech ltd is a SCAM.
    Do not part with your money unless you are on a suicide mission. They are scamming people around the globe 24/7 – it’s a sophisticated gang of criminals from Europe. They will probably make around an easy 150 million dollars over the next 6 months and then pack up and leave with your money and then setup another company using offshore status. You will never see your money ever again and the trading platform is a fake setup so forget what you think you see. There are no profits or loss or funds – it’s all a set up.
    For your own sanity check their status under Company House (UK) and you will see they haven’t been around long. They have a low reputation as far as the other more high-profile trading companies go. The review comments are also all fake and if anyone comments on having been with this company for over 7 months, they are a lying low life – this company has only been around since May 2020, it was opened with a initial investment of 1000 pounds by a person from Croatia (Branko). Even though we have organisations in the UK like Company House and FCA they really dont help much because they don’t have much power to stop the scammers from stealing from the public – this is why these scammers can pack up and start up again ever six months and no law enforcement or jurisdiction will be able to invest time to stop each and every one of these gangs popping up around the world. Fund Recovery is virtually impossible.
    Just remember they are not breaking any laws because you are allowing them to take your money without any resistance. They will insist you use bitcoin so that you cannot trace the transaction or try to get your money back through your bank. The person or scammer you deal with may try to develop a romantic relationship with you to get your trust.
    Also, gangs like this could easily be funding drug operations, terrorist groups, money laundering, activists and armies, used to harm people, influence politics or policies in specific countries, destabilising economies, child abuse and exploitation, prostitution, human traffic, used to buy influential people around the world and introduce large amounts of black money into the economy or even insider trading.
    Getting sucked in to this is easily done as most people are trusting and honest and want to grow their funds for their future. But we forget that these people who are scamming you are professional liars and will not be remorseful even until you are broke and will continue to play you with ruthless intentions and objectives.
    Anyway, you will eventually realise that you have been coerced into investing more and more until you have decided it’s enough. As soon as you request a withdrawal that’s when the fun starts and they will play you like a circus animal.
    Do your research on any company you are thinking of sending money or sharing your PII and remember if the company is not regulated by a well-known board or it does not follow regular protocols like having a landline that actually works, emails with professional signatures, details of the base location or other locations around the world then you know it is not trustworthy and especially not worth investing in.
    Unfortunately, this is not the only company out there that is doing this kind of scam. With the current climate it is a scam that is making this gang of European lowlifes really rich while the rest of the world is suffering from the Covid 19 virus and recessions in the economy.
    If you have dealt with this company please share your honest experience.

    [I am guessing people being scammed are from all over the world and not just europe or the uk??]

  6. I am unable to get my money back and they keep using the same excuses – “we are working on it”. I have lost close to half a million pounds to the scum of the earth scammers.
    Does anyone have their address or identity or even their face images, they should be put on facebook and hunted down like the animals they are.
    I hope they get what is coming to each and everyone one of them!!! Inshallah – god will not forgive you soulless bastards!

  7. Guys – This is what I have done so far;

    – Reported to our countries fraud assoication – Action Fraud
    – Reported to our Citizens Advice
    – Reported to my Bank
    – Reported to the FCA
    – Reported to Blockchain (this is where my money was stolen)
    – Reported to AnyDesk (this is where he used to share my screen)

    Please can you all report ONLINEMARKETSHARE ASAP – we need to get these criminals shut down.

    Since I have reported they have changed their support address to [email protected] and have changed the ‘com’ to net on their website.
    All the websites that states the ‘outstanding reviews’ which obviously is misleading, i have contacted them telling them that Onlinemarketshare is a massive scam and that I will be reporting all the websites that claim Onlinemarketshare is the best brokerage to go for.

    It was the good reviews that made me gain their trust! how stupid am i. I am working hard searching the internet for anymore clues regarding OMS.

    Their names will be fake so it’ll be a waste of time searching FB or any social media platform.

    1. I am trying to close my account with them but they want me to pay for the bonus amount that they deposited in my account first. Has anyone been able to get their deposit back from them.

    2. Could you supply email addresses etc to get to report these people

      1. To report them please see my post. If you’re based in the UK you need to report to Actionfraud, FCA, Citizens Advice, your bank, your credit report (Experian) change your bank details etc.

        When reporting please use ShareTech Ltd and Trust Tech Solutions, Onlinemarketshare is Owned by them.

        1. Thanks for that,done FCA, blockchain, bank.
          Unfortunately used onlinemarketshare name. Whill have to reply to them with the proper names.

  8. I am trying to close my account with them. They are being persistent for me to pay for the remaining bonus that they deposited in my account before I can close my account. Has any one had a similar issue with them?

    1. Hi T

      Its all a SCAM, they will say you will need to pay so much to have this account close etc, its all lies, they are saying anything to get your money. I really dont know how they are getting away with this, its crazy! There must be a way to get these scum bags to justice I have searched and searched because they are based in another country there is no law to bring them down. Just report them!

      If youre still in contact with them, I would block their number and remove any hard ware that was stored on to your device, I removed the ‘Share Tech Limited’ platform as it could potentially harm your software.

      Speak to your bank and change your debit card number, again identity theft is huge now that the pandemic is still here.

  9. HI S

    I also reported them to the same but I am not sure why FCA is not updating its database.
    Like you I want to maximise the exposure for this lowlife bastards but I think we need to understand how they have set up their network and where they operate from. I am sure this gang is not scamming just the UK but I am guessing have a 24/7 op to scam the entire world.

    Also I am surprised at the positive comments that are still coming in online – I also doubt the reputation of the following online journals-take these comments on the fake sites with a pinch of salt:

    I still can’t believe how these individuals can sleep knowing they have ruined peoples lives around the world.
    I won’t be forgiving them maybe and also hope they serve in hell for their bad deeds “every single one of them”.

  10. On the subject of onlinemarketshare – I was always searching for onlinemarketshare instead of Share Tech Ltd, make a little difference.
    FCA have updated their database and these bastard scammers are now highlighted on the FCA website.

    Still searching for more and will post asa I find more.

  11. Unfortunately what I had agreed with Diana and the deadline is not going to happen. It was all a lie. This weekend I tried to send an email to a number of email addresses and the signal link to Diana Mazur and none of them work. I am guessing they have realised the net was closing in on them and they have decided to pack up and run away like the cowards and low life they are. There is not much to do now.

    Losing my entire retirement fund with intention of investing it is an experience that is going to be hard to live with especially as I am getting close to retirement and have health issues. I hope that the internet was a safer place to business but it is not.

    A recent article I read talked about scammers cloning well know banks, businesses and scamming innocent people. My last words to people out there thinking of investing with a company that is only online is “don’t”. Go into your bank and talk to a financial advisor and get things done in the right way. Don’t trust the internet with your hard earned money.

    These scams are increasing and are becoming more sophisticated and they are hard to recover from. All these boards and bodies that advise the general public of the warning cannot bring back your money – all they do is provide advice.

    The criminals still walk away with your money and no one can stop them from scamming people especially because we have a wonderful thing called bitcoins which are like hard currency and untraceable.

    Please be careful and read and research intensively and ask all those silly questions. And if you see something is not make sense or logic or even too good to be true – then steer away!!!

  12. Hi

    Anyone, if this company is registered in Company House is there anything they can do to bring the owner to justice?

    1. I have a feeling because they are not in the UK our law cant do anything about it, speak to Citizens Advice – see what they can do, in the mean time add Share Tech Limited and Trust Tech to the authorities

  13. Sorry to hear this JC, its just awful, I feel so stupid, I asked so many questions and was so cynical at first. I hope ‘Simon’ dies slowly, I hope he engages so much pain, i hope he gets covid! Dont worry JC, Karma will come and will come after each one of those scum bags.
    I have deleted ‘share tec’ off my laptop (just incase it had some sort of virus.) There is nothing we can do apart from write as many bad reviews as we can, we need to make sure that the internet do not tolerate these kind of scams or any scam at all! I am in the process of writing a letter to Google, Google should not have Onlinemarketshare on their search engine or to have any dealings with any website that promotes this company. It was the reviews that made me sway to this company! I wonder how many other victims that scammed in the last 4 months

  14. Google shoudl be sued for allowing villains and criminals on their sites!!!!!!!!!

  15. Hey

    Onlinemarketshare are not answering any calls now. However I am still able to access my trading platform. Is there anyway I can extract the funds from the platform without the trader knowing??? Any advise on this

  16. The bastards are still operating – see link to company house

    1. Take screen shots of the certificate from Companies House and send them to the right authorities, FCA, Actionfraud and Citizens Advice

    2. JC – contact Companies House to have them removed – I have just contacted them for a call back.

      Insolvency Service
      Telephone: 0300 678 0017
      24-hour answerphone

  17. Fernhills House
    Todd Street
    Gtr Manchester

    Search this address on google, you’ll be surprised how many companies are registered here.

    There is a connecting company (Based in the UK) called Coformed Company Services, they was acting as a agent for Trust Tech Solutions. The director William Aspinall must know something!!! Check it out

  18. They are making up ‘positive’ fake reviews on site jabber!!! Scum bags

  19. Hello S,
    so, what’s your final findings? All deposited money is lost and never be able to withdraw it?

    1. Hi FA,

      Correct. I asked for all of my funds that I still had in my trading platform to be withdrawn to my bank account, all communication has stopped apart from an email from ‘[email protected]’ saying that due to fraud my account broker will contact me regarding receiving my funds.

      It’s all bull shit really, I will never get those funds back, they are an off shore company based in Croatia / Bulgaria the FCA can’t do anything either as they are not regulated.

      I still can’t believe that there are people who still believe that they are going to get their money!

      Not much we can do only to warn others. They target the vulnerable and the pensioners.

  20. they are definatly the scum of the earth diana mazur is one of the them, i foolishly started off with 250usd deposit then was cohurst to invest a further 3kafter a 2week period a further 4.5k once again after a further two week was asked to invest a further 10.5 k after heated words between us both that i was not going to invest any more cash i was cut off, and have not heard any thing since and am now at my wits end trying to get any monies back and realy dont think that i have a cat in hells hope of doing so.

    1. Apologies to mrs Diana Mazur, everything that I mentioned in my previous comment was done under the emotions. During our cooperation she managed to make a profit of 40 % on my investment with no risk or losses involved. everything is in order now. Looking forward to make new profit. I have been informed that my withdraw request will be completed like my previous transfer of part profit. Apologies again for causing this inconvenience.

      1. You do realise that this is all lies?? Lol.

        Onlinemarketshare is an offshore trading platform, the address is fake and the number is fake. You will never see your money again I am afraid. Also they aren’t regulated by the FCA. We are all screwed!!

      2. Did you manage to get your money back?

        1. No Deborah, no one will get their money back. If you have been a victim of this scam then please report this straight away. Looks like they have scammed millions! The ‘brokers’ are now threatening clients to have them take down these true negative reviews.

          Actionfraud and contact your credit report for any identity fraud as they sell your details on to other scammers.

      3. Re “David Payne’s apology” to Diana Mazur …this is a fake entry – written in unconvincing and clumsy English!

        1. Totally agree!! I thought that!

  21. Unfortunately I have to stop trading for several months. Got back recently. I regret I hadn’t earned something on the bouncing market.

    1. Did you start again with OMS?

  22. DO NOT TRUST!!!!

    These people are professional scam artist! Stolen my money (didn’t even trade with) refuse to transfer my funds back!!

    I dealt with Simon Melius (biggest wanker ever) hope you’re reading this you prick!!!

    Both companies have been reported and reported in Bulgaria & Croatia where the company directors live!

    Looks like they have stolen millions!!

    Also, check your identity report. – wouldn’t surprise me if they use your identity for fraud!

    They must pay these forex websites loads of money for their bull shit reviews!!

    Also beware of fake phone calls from Neilsen Markets! Since registering with OMS these pricks been ringing me another scam!

  23. I have also been scammed. Whe6n I asked to withdraw he said to go to their website and input the email and password that was sent when setting up. When I advised I had never received an email, he could see I was searching as he had any connect on. In the meantime he was like you look and I will make some trades and call you back in 15 minutes but no calls. I’m there looking and looking no email with password. I started to look in other places to on my phone nothing. I checked the trades he had made and they were making me lose money and plus he could see everything through the anydesk app. Then it clicked that all the pressurising all the you need a pc not a phone you need this and that. That this is all a scam. I’m just so stressed out as if I don’t have enough to deal with. I’m just so stupid that because of money problems I thought this would help. But nothing. I feel like just crap because of my stupidity in listening to all their bullshit.

  24. They have changed their web address AGAIN to Be warned!! Please make sure you update the Fraud Associations and contacts with this

  25. Hey, I am another victim of these fraudsters, I reported them to Action Fraud, my bank and Blockchain. They must be stopped!

    1. Contact citizens advice as well. They keep changing the name in their website.
      Who was your ‘broker’

  26. Can anyone access their trading account?

    1. No, it is disabled

    2. No, account is disabled

    3. Yes I can still. But it means nothing! I have over 4K in my ‘trading account’ and it’s my money and I can’t even access it! I
      Hope OMS squad all burn to pieces!

      1. I was also cheated. No payouts although I made a profit. Then catastrophic trades that I was just able to stop. Suddenly a gredit without my consent. I’m supposed to pay it back. But it is not offset against the balance on the trading account. All just fraud.
        Ich wurde auch betrogen.Keine Auszahlungen obwohl ich Gewinn machte.Dann katastropale Trads die ich gerade noch stoppen konnte.Plötzlich ohne meine Einwiligung ein Gredit.Den soll ich zurüchzahlen.Wird aber nicht mit dem Guthaben auf dem Handelskonto verrechnet. Alles nur Betrug.

  27. Online stock trading is an industry ripe for scammers. Would-be investors are already mentally prepared for some level of financial risk and can easily be manipulated. Often, scammers offer deals out of the blue, over email, and use phrases like “no-risk” or “inside deal.” Their fraudulent trading platforms usually look professional. At first your investments will be doing great, with lots of encouragement from your “advisor” to keep investing. If you try to withdraw the money you’ve made, hidden fees will suddenly appear, returns on investments will go down, and eventually your account will be “suspended,” with all of your money permanently unavailable

  28. Has anyone been contacted by these numbers 01174090965 and 441519470258 recently?

    1. Yes I have been contacted by both Diana Mazur and Damian Kejner on the 441519470258 number on numerus occasions. Like the above mentioned people above I to have been scammed in a similar manor by Diana Mazur of several thousands pounds. All have reported them also to the same organizations without any positive feedback and regrettably to save my mind and sole have written of the money.
      I have also been contacted by a company called Scamonline who have offered to chase OMS has anyone had any dealings with this company or are they yet another scam company after stealing your money?

      1. Hi Stuart,

        Before you get into any other financial transaction with any online company, check if they are regulated by the FCA first.

      2. Hi Stuart,

        No company can get your money back and these ‘recovery’ agencies are another scam. No doubt they are part of OMS. They see youre gullible and think they can scam you again.

        Just tell the appropriate companies, your bank etc and keep adding bad reviews to any review websites.

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