TONY HETHERINGTON: Why Easytrade really does swim with the sharks

Tony Hetherington is Financial Mail on Sunday’s ace investigator, fighting readers’ corners, revealing the truth that lies behind closed doors and winning victories for those who have been left out-of-pocket. Find out how to contact him below.

Ms K.P. writes: I fell for a sales pitch from Easytrade.biz, and now I am unable to withdraw any money.

I have filled in several withdrawal forms and received acknowledgements saying I will hear from them in two to four working days, but it never happens. 

Last September, the Financial Conduct Authority warned on its website that Instafx24 was illegally offering financial services in the UK without a licence Last September, the Financial Conduct Authority warned on its website that Instafx24 was illegally offering financial services in the UK without a licence

Last September, the Financial Conduct Authority warned on its website that Instafx24 was illegally offering financial services in the UK without a licence

You will have seen my warning last Sunday that Easytrade.biz is an international scam.

And when I checked last Monday to see if there had been any reaction from the crooks, guess what – the website had disappeared.

Easytrade.biz was supposed to be a professional firm that offered trading in shares, commodities and currencies, with expert advisers on hand to help.

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