Analyst Q Review (analystq.com Scam)

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Analyst Q review

Read our Analyst Q review before opening an account with them. This is an analystq.com review, not to be confused with any other website. We are pretty sure that Q stands for Quaking, as in talking loudly and foolishly.

Analyst Q review first look

By taking a look at their website there is little to no information of who they are, which is the biggest red flag. The lack of information about them should be enough for you to not deal with them. At the end section they have put same random company name that they picked it up from a shelf somewhere. So if they say we have a registered company, don’t fall for it, because anyone can set up a company online for just a few dollars. Also there is not any information on the web about who they are. If you had a trustworthy company that supposedly makes others a lot of money, you would share it with the world, and the interviews would pour in. But no one knows who these persons are and there is a good reason for that because they keep their identity hidden while stealing your money.

Regulation

Analyst Q is not regulated by any agency, which means they can take your money and do as they please with it.
So we urge you not to deposit with Analyst Q and any other unregulated forex “company” for that matter. There is a reason why these websites do not get regulated, because they have the simple objective to steal as much money possible and switch into a different domain. If their intentions were honest they would have become regulated and stay for the long run.

What they claim to be

Even that they do not say it on their website, they will promise to make you big money through the phone. Which is weird because why would they make us money? If they are so good at trading why would they bother to make us money? The fact is that they can manipulate the trades from MT4 manager giving you the illusion that you are making money. But those “money” are just numbers on a screen, and after seeing these “money” they will push you to deposit more so you can make more money. When you reach your deposit limit or you smell something wrong, that is when the battle begins, and it can end on several ways, but none of them is good for you. Read below to find out what will happen next.

How does it work?

Usually unregulated forex brokers work in the following way. After registering in their website through one of their affiliates, which are usually websites claiming to have forex robots, you get the first call from the sales department, trying to persuade you to make the minimum deposit first.. They will offer deals that sound too good to be true and that you can make easy money. Please don’t fall for anything they say because they are all lies and these people are good at lying. If you make the first deposit you will get transferred into another department so they can rip you off for the long run.

Common scam methods

If you have reached your deposit limit or you have smelled something bad, normally you would request your money back. In this step they will try to get the last money out of you. They will come up with several excuses why they can’t return your money back to you right away. The most common scam method is so called margin loan aka credit or bonus. If you have credit on your account they will say you will need to pay back the credit before you can withdraw. Scam number two is that you need to pay taxes or the agent’s commission before you can withdraw. Other scams include that you need to pay some kind of insurance of trading fee, but in either case, if they request a fee from you before you can withdraw you money, don’t pay it, is a SCAM! We know is tempting for you to pay these money in hope that you get your money back, but we need you to resist the urge, as it will only make things worse.

Can u get your money back?

Usually the forex scammers are well organized as this is relatively not a new niche. Nowadays they require people to make deposits through bitcoin, which is an untraceable currency and the payments are irreversible. So if you paid them with bitcoin or through a bitcoin exchange, your money is most likely gone. We know this might be hard for you to digest but that is the ugly truth. If you paid them through a wire transfer, there might be one or two loopholes, but that depends from case to case. The only thing you can do something about it is if you have deposited through a credit card. In this case you will need to contact the bank or the credit card company to ask for a chargeback. But you need to represent a good case because not all the banks will help you with the excuse that it was you who authorized the transaction.

Is there something you can do?

The best chance you have is to follow the money and report it to the police. Trace the money carefully to see where they went, and make sure to bring all the variables to the police. Sooner or later one of these scammers will get it. However, we must say that in the most cases the police will not do anything about it. The main reason is that these entities are scattered in different countries thus creating jurisdiction issues for the local police. Hopefully if there are a lot of reports they will pass the case to Interpol, Europol or even to the FBI.

Hiring chargeback companies

If you lost money with Analyst Q you are probably feeling very frustrated. The most important thing is not to feel ashamed because everyone becomes a scam victim at least once on their life. Second thing is not to make any rushed decision after that, take some days to calm down before proceeding further.
A chargeback company can be your ally in your case, because they have a lot of experience and can present your case to the bank in a professional way. However, if you are planning on hiring a chargeback company, we recommend you to hire the most trustworthy company because there are a lot of fake companies out there who would just take your money and do nothing about it.
If you are planning on hiring a chargeback company , we highly recommend to contact Mychargeback company , in order to get a free consultation. Click the link to connect with them.
If you would like our assistance, feel free to reach us at [email protected] .

Save others

If you are one of the unfortunate victims of Analyst Q please share your experience. Leave a Analyst Q review below in the comment section describing the experience and if there was any other company you were victim of it make sure to mention it. You would probably like to have known about Analyst Q scam before you dealt with them and probably be saved, so now it is your turn to help others.

Analyst Q review conclusion

Talking on the phone with the employees of Analyst Q, we knew that they had made up names. This was the first sign of scam. Moreover they were being very pushy trying to persuade us to deposit more and more. They didn’t disclose the fact that they are unregulated, in contrary they claimed to be the most trustworthy. If you have deposited money please beware of the scam methods outlined in paragraph four. Make sure you report them to the authorities and possible inform the regulating agencies about them and don’t forget to leave a Analyst Q review below. If you haven’t deposited yet please stay as far away from this website. We hope our Analyst Q review was helpful to you. Trust us when we say there is no such thing as easy money, no one will make money for you, except you. If you have any questions or you would like to get some kind of assistance about getting you money back reach us at [email protected]

42 Comments

  1. AnalystQ are absolute scam artist, iv been scammed out of £250, I wish I did my homework before hand, but a lesson learnt

  2. You will get cold-called by someone. They will show you a web-site called:
    http://www.analyst1.com Looks real, It even looks as though when you pay them that your funds are on a trading account. BEWARE IT IS NOT.

    They will call you from virtual numbers locally. They will also provide e-mail support and have a helpdesk person via the web-site. They will even provide receipts for deposits and withdrawals. BEWARE you will deposit and never access your funds again. They will also credit you account to look at those trades are profitable and prey on your vulnerability at this time.

  3. Yes I have done the same and refused to invest more as they pushed for.. guess I say goodbye to £250.00 obviously crooks without concourses. .

  4. I have also fallen for their pushy scam and lost £250. Biggest regret of my life thinking I could invest with them safely. The number of abusive phone calls when I refused to invest more has been ridiculous! I have been trying to get my money back but obviously I now realise that’s not going to happen :/ Guess I can relax now poorer but wiser.

  5. Like the above, I fell for the same scam, supposedly recommended by Bear Gylis from television programmes. Complete lies. Face Book allows them to advertise on their site.
    Too late now but I will never believe anything advertised on Face Book.
    My bank were not really helpful. All my fault – SILLY OLD FOOL!

  6. I fell for it too. But this time it was Peter Jones, Holly Willougby and Paul Scofiled on the Good Morning set, investing and being impressed by the money that was being made. It looked so real, so I put in £250, then when the captal started rising I put in another £250. then tried to withdraw money and they sent me a withdrawal notification, but it was a strange account on the notification. I then tried calling and could only get old of the on-line chat, no phone number available. Online chat assistant promised to change the account, but I am not hopeful of getting anything back., but her reaction was different to a normal company having made such an error.
    Just need to chalk itdown to experience!!

  7. I was also scammed out of nearly $500 NZ. I was too easily taken in and didn’t do my homework. I have now paid the price. They now have my personal details and attempted to log in to my bank account “too many times”. Fortunately the bank stopped them. Painful lesson learned.

  8. I was also scammed by these gangsters, I deposit the obligatory £250…..the following day I received a call from a female by the name of Mara (which was obviously a misnomer) claiming to be my appointed trader……after some small talk she suggested she could make me lots of money but first I would need to invest more money to realise a big return…….after initially railing against the very suggestion, she eventually wore me down and I invested another £3.600……What A Fool I was to get took in by her & AnalystQ & Forex……So Please Please Please before you think of investing in Bitcoin you MUST do your research into the Trading Company who you are thinking of investing with……I wish I had!!

    • I’m continuing to receive phone calls & emails from my friendly trader “MARA” (likely misnomer) informing me of how well my investments are doing, this girl really thinks I’m buying this bullshit she is is spinning me, the Police have informed me that “MARA” has used 19 different phone numbers whilst calling me & that a lot of these numbers have just been set up over the last fortnight….My Bank’s fraud dept. are tracking these fraudsters & I’m more than hopeful that the Police net is closing in on “MARA” & her associates……..Again I must emphasise how vitally important it is to stay away from investing with AnalystQ. You have been warned…..”YOUR MONEY IS AT RISK”……Don’t be another victim like me, Ken, Rosie, John, Marie, Rex, Mohammed & the 1,000’s other victims of AnalystQ.

  9. I have recently invested £250 with AnalystQ, before I read this review. Had various conversations with a very convincing guy called ‘Daniel’ from Hong Kong. Obviously trying (to convince me) to invest to a more expensive account. I have not. He will ring back on Thursday. I intend to ask him to refund my deposit and see what he says.

  10. I had the same experience as Matthew above. I man called Dima, short for Dimitri,
    Called me every day “to win my confidence”. After a while he amused me so I wasted his time and talked about grandchildren, dogs, chickens in my garden, the weather etc.
    I think he is getting wise as he doesn’t call so often. I asked for my money back and two weeks ago he assured me he would return my £250 out of his own pocket. Ha ha.
    He also is from Hong Kong so I talk about the political situation there – anything but investing more money!

  11. I feel so stupid. Fell for it through a Facebook link where my friend was hacked.
    I have paid $170 Au dollars. Left numerous emails to cancel and refund. Just annoyed they have my phone number and details. Wish I did my research first. Was absolutely convinced . Very hard to reach them now. Hopefully the back can organise my refund. Lesson learnt.

  12. Recently I had “MY Friendly Trader MARA” contact me, wanting to know if I still wanted her to trade for me……in other words did I STILL want her to continue to try and rip me off for more money…….these Chinese con artists are the lowest of the low……it’s bad enough that the Chinese have infected the rest of World with Coronavirus…….flooded the World with substandard exports and lead the World in supplying the biggest Con artists…….When VICTIMS invest with ANALYST Q. they will give you a link to a LIVE TRADING SCREEN supposedly representing YOUR INVESTMENT…….THESE TRADING SCREENS are fictitious, they do not belong to ANALYST Q. …..and they certainly DO NOT represent YOUR IMAGINARY INVESTMENT that these Con Artists would have you believe…….these Trading Screens are to give YOU the impression that YOUR IMAGINARY INVESTMENT is doing well so as ANALYST Q. Representatives can cajole you into parting with MORE of your hard earned money…..Just ignore these screens ….DO NOT INVEST WITH THESE SCAMMERS…..AND CERTAINLY DO NOT REINVEST WITH THESE SCAMMERS…….They will string you along by telling you how well your investment is doing…..the reality is YOU DO NOT HAVE ANY INVESTMENT…..YOUR MONEY HAS LONG GONE…..THEY ARE JUST WAITING TO CLEAR OUT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT……KEEP WELL AWAY FROM “ANALYST Q.” and THEIR REPRESENTATIVES….. FOR THEY REPRESENT NOTHING BUT MISERY FOR YOU!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. I feel your pain they did empty a bank account unfortunately it was everything we had to buy our first house. They took over the computer controlled my email account and then went for my bank account. Once they’d taken everything they kept pestering on the phone. ‘if I paid the taxes I could withdraw my investment’.

    I have contacted the Police online at Action Fraud and basically they can’t do anything, the email says based on the information available they can not identify a line of enquiry. I am just one person, for everyone here who has vented there anger there must be loads more that have done nothing about it. I did supply phone numbers email addressed photos and videos my computer screen being taken over.

    UNLESS we all report crimes like this to the police to the FCA, these companies will continue to exist and get away with stealing our money.

  14. I too have been scammed by Analystq. My lesson cost me $160. If I also give them a photo of my drivers licence. How dumb can u get. Stay away. The lesson is to not invest in anything you don’t understand. That’s how they win. They offer to do it for you. If you want to trade bitcoin use a fund.

  15. Myself like the others above have been scanned. My broker was called Zach, when trying to ring them back on the number 028840 2163. I’m working with the bank to try and get a refund and I have reported it to Scamwatch

  16. YES, me too £ 250 down the drain , what an idiot the unfortunate thing is my son is a banker dealing in contracts worth millions, he tried to warn me, to stay well away, but i had to learn the hard way dumb! dumb!

  17. they are really convincing,I lost 26000 and the socalled brokerDevin Novack got really angry when my bank stopped me from investing more and informed me that it was a scam.
    Beware of him and anything to do with Capital funds .Lesson learned

  18. Analystq is part of the bitcoinsupreme.cash spamming network. They are incorrigible. They send spam messages to mobile phones (cell phones) and it seems impossible to stop them. The worst spammers and scammers on the planet.

  19. Totally SCAM!
    I invested 100.000 EURO and got no profit.
    You always have to pay more money to get the profit, but it do not happen.

    STAY AWAY, please

  20. Well I have had a 1hr tuition on the phone. I paid my $106 to open the account. I asked what can they do with that money. The answer nothing, because its not worth their while. All they tried to do was to get me to put in more money. Well as convincing as they are, I have been burnt bigtime in the past and if all I lost was $100, then it is a good wake up for me. Thats all they are getting.

  21. STEER CLEAR! These people are the ultimate scammers. They attach a link to a bitcoin site belonging to someone else and mislead you into signing up in no time at all. Once you have joined, carried out a few trades with their help and they think they have you hooked, they try to entice you into putting in more money with a promise of a 10% bonus. SIMPLY SAY NO! If you read reviews such as on this site and decide your money isn’t safe and you wish to withdraw, they will find ways of taking your money. For example, if you allow them to trade on your behalf because you are learning and you then make a withdrawal request, they will open a number of trades that are designed to lose all but the loose change in your account. For their profits, companies like these rely on 95% of traders making losses and 5% making profits. Analyst Q believe in applying this formula and more besides when you wish to withdraw your money. DON’T BE MISLEAD BY THEIR PLEASANT, CHATTY MANNER AT THE OUTSET. THEY ARE RUTHLESS PEOPLE TRAINED TO SCAM YOU OUT OF YOUR MONEY.
    They claim their office is in Hong Kong. I hope the authorities there clamp down on them.

  22. Sadly I didn’t read these reviews before signing up with my 250. Fotunately I smelt a rat when they asked for more money. Painful mistake on my part, but lesson learned.

  23. Same thing is happening to me, so how do I get anyone arrested?
    I invested £5000 and I wanted to take the money because I made quite of interest. I was asked tk pay a clearing fee of £4000, I told them I can only give £3000 and once I gave them the money j didn’t get anything
    I have been trying to reach this account manager called BILLY but nothing

    Can anyone help me if you got your money back or you were able to arrest someone

    Thank you!!!

  24. Yes I was nearly caught. Made an enquiry but gut instinct was telling me something not right. Said I was not proceeding whereupon he started coming up with all sorts of offers. Told me I was a bit stupid not signing in to a real winner in money returns. Luckily I had given no personal details but still alerted my bank and credit card company. In one week following this I received 80 calls all from different numbers all of which were classed as dangerous one of which was from New Jersey. On no account deal with these people. Complete and utter criminals. On contacting them finally was told nothing to do with them but sure my number had been farmed out. In the end had to change number.

  25. I have lost total of £2300, I invested because of Peter Jones from Dragons Den apparently recommended AnalystQ, I invested £300, which showed a growth. then I was pressured by Laura emailto:[email protected], to invest £500, £1000, £500, this balance was displayed on the web site AnalystQ showing good profit, when i refused to invest further monies, suddenly they froze my account. When I requested the monies back they are saying I have to pay £1200 to unfreeze the account. They won’t give me access to my money and won’t give any back until I unfreeze the account. The balance shown in my Account is $3497, I was told if I don’t pay then this money will be lost. This is massive SCAM, any ideas what I can do retrieve my monies or what can I do?

  26. Agree, total scam. I managed to get most of my £250 back but I think they just have me it as I made out I was thinking of investing more and wanted to see how easy it was to withdraw. You can try to withdraw with a bitcoin address that you can set up via coinbase and see if that works.

  27. I to fell for this scam, losing over £8,000
    My broker was also called ZACK. He told me my investments were now worth £15,760 of which I was never able to claim back, although he told me it would be in my bank by the end of the week! I have tried calling back but every number he called me from no longer exist!!!
    I am a widowed pensioner and wanted to leave some money to dear friends and cover my funeral. I am now totally broke and broken.
    Please people don’t get caught by these scum.

  28. HI.NAMES BARRY I HAVE TRIED TO WITHDRAW MONEY FROM MY CRYPTO WALLET BUT THE id CODE TO ENABLE ME TO ACCESS MY ACCOUNT READS INVALID I HAVE TRIED CONTACTING MY MANAGER IAN NO JOY, TRIED CUSTOMER CARE ,STILL WAITING.THE id CODE IS NOT FORTHCOMING THEREFORE MY CRYPTO WALLET ACCOUNT IS GONE FOREVER. THE ONLY SAVING GRACE IS IAN AT LEAST TRANSFERRED £3100 VIA CLEAR TRANSFER INTO MY BANK ACCOUNT BEFORE I HAVE BEEN PREVENTED TO WITHDRAW ANY MORE OF MY £6000.I ACTUALLY TRUSTED IAN AND I AM SORRY IT TURNED OUT LIKE THIS.
    I BELIEVE THERE SHOULD BE A GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT ALLOCATED TO CUT OUT AND PREVENT SCAMS SUCH AS THIS.

    • I EVENTUALLY GOT I/D AND I MANAGED TO REQUEST A WITHDRAWAL OF £3500 AND ALSO RECEIVED A REPLY OF ACCEPTANCE OF SAID AMOUNT .THE AMOUNT WAS TAKEN OUT OF MY SO CALLED PROFITS ACCOUNT AND TRANSFERRED TO SOMEWHERE BUT NOT TO MY BANK ACCOUNT SO MARA,IAN.AND ADEL from customer care dept. BETWEEN THEM ARE GRADUALLY ERODING ALL PROFITS AND ACCOUNT FINANCES THAT IAN HAD ACCRUED OVER THE 3 MONTHS OR SO CALLED ACCRUED. THE SCAM IS MARA CHOOSES INVESTMENTS TO RUN OVER MANY WEEKS BUT IF THE INVESTMENT IS NOT BOOSTED BEFORE PROFIT IS MADE THEN THE INVESTMENT STARTS LOSING. IT ALL SEEMED KOSHER
      BUT PLEASE BELIEVE ME IT IS NOT, THE MORE YOU PUT IN THE MORE YOU WILL LOSE. STAY WELL CLEAR OF ANALYSTQ AND TRADE 360 USES SAME SCAM TO TAKE YOUR MONEY.
      LEGALLY THESE COMPANIES MUST BE SOUGHT OUT AND PUNISHED.

  29. 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!

  30. EVERYTHING ON THE PAGE FADE AND BUT ALL ZERO AND THIS MEANS Analyst Q Review This is a huge scam, fortunately the police are already getting their butt, and here are the pages describing your scams (Analyst Q Review (analystq.com Scam) – Scams Reviews)
    a this is an opinion on Mara, one of many (I was also scammed by these gangsters, I deposit the obligatory £ 250… ..the following day I received a call from a female by the name of Mara (which was obviously a misnomer) claiming to be my appointed trader …… after some small talk she suggested she could make me lots of money but first I would need to invest more money to realize a big return …… .after initially railing against the very suggestion, she eventually wore me down and I invested another £ 3.600 …… What A Fool I was to get took in by her & AnalystQ & Forex …… So Please Please Please Before you think of investing in Bitcoin you MUST do your research into the Trading Company who you are thinking of investing with …… I wish I had !!) Summary !!!! You are a great gang of thieves, bandits and all kinds of carcasses that circulate in this world, but the punishment will not pass you by, MANY HAS ALREADY GOT IT. Jerzy THIEVES AND THE EVIL CHEILE.

  31. Edmund
    Should have all these reviews before committing a whooping £750.00
    With an initial deposit of £250, Mara my a/c manager managed to show steady progress in the profit on the Bitcoin graph which looked real.
    I was PRESSURED to invest more in order for a bigger exposure to expand my profit base.
    ‘Mara’ sounded so real. She asked for more investment but as soon as I asked for a partial withdrawal so that I could invest more, she refused but advised that, l converted to ‘Coinbase’ account for any withdrawal to be possible.
    The next day I logged into my account to find that the entire deposit had disappeared from the system. From the reviews above I know I have hit a disaster but better fir the experience.
    I’ write to the Financial Ombudsman Services, not with the hooe of getting the money back but to register the fakeness of the entity.

  32. As soon as i joined and deposited the £250 I immediately realised it was an error. I told them so straight off and asked them to return my money the same day. I refused to give them my passport details as I don’t have a driver license and explained that I wasn’t going to complete the account set up as I did not trust them and wasn’t going to be risking identity theft. Since then they promised to return my money but one agent doesn’t talk to another so I get calls over a period of a month where I explain the same thing again and again. Don’t worry you will get your money back they say. Then you don’t hear from that agent. But another one calls in a matter of days. So today someone finally pretended to listen and then told me that to get my money back they needed my passport details. I refused to give it. He then went on to call not only me but all of the British public idiots by saying that our education was sub standard which is why we didn’t understand how investment works (apparently they don’t have any problems with Germans). He went on to call me a liar when I said agents were calling and telling me I’d get my money then disappearing like dust. When I objected he then told me not to get him angry. At which point I told him to go screw himself. So all in all not an experience I would recommend.

  33. Same here. ‘Invested’ £250 then got countless calls asking me to put in more. Started to suspect it was a scam and decided to pretend I was thinking of putting in more but would need to see how easy it was to withdraw first. That was still a bit of a hassle but I set up a Coinbase account and some of the money in my so called account was transferred in bitcoin. Is worth a try.

  34. 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. Who knows what jurisdiction they are hiding in.

    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!

  35. PERHAPS WHEN THIS VIRUS AND BREXIT HAS RAN ITS COURSE A GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT OUGHT TO BE SET UP TO FORCE THESE COUNTRIES TO ENSURE THESE ROUGUE COMPANIES ARE PREVENTED FROM USING ACCESS TO U.K. INTERNET. IF THE SCAMMERS ARE KNOWN THEN INVESTIGATIONS SHOULD NOT BE TO DIFFICULT TO SOUGHT THEM OUT AND PUNISH THE *********

  36. It is so sad. And they are so rude and condescending. I have had about 30 different account managers because I won’t put more money in and will keep asking for my money back. They try and blame you that they change the managers. The last one said that no one wanted to deal with my account. Probably because they know I am firm on not giving them more money. I am waiting for my last ever call with someone today. I am going to try and ask them to not manage my account anymore and be kind yet ask to withdraw my money before I put anymore in. I know its a scam but I will exhaust all efforts until I cant. I had accepted my loss then I get nothing for ages and then they suddenly ring me again. So cruel. I was fine now a little upset but nothing to be done

  37. I too have fallen victim. Fortunately my bank have stopped the suckers accessing my CCard. But silly me has lost over $400 Australian. These parasites should be caught by FBI, Asio, or the like and hung for their parasitic behavior.

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