Read our Capital Zone review before opening an account with them. Our capital-zone.net review is an honest and unbiased one. This company says they can teach you how to trade in forex so you can make money trading. And there would be nothing wrong with that unless considering the Capital Zone business practices. We will show you how this company works in this Capital Zone review.
How do they work
Capital Zone business practices are the worst we have seen in the forex education niche. They set up tens of exactly similar looking websites and they spam people all over world with calls and emails. They will not take no for an answer and some people even reported receiving tens of calls every day from these companies. They also work with “Automated Trading Software” websites which are a big scam on their own.
They do have some eBooks and courses on their website which makes them seem genuine but they will try to get as much money out of you as possible by pressure selling tactics. In case you change your mind and you want a refund, you will not get it, even though they have stated on their website that you can get a refund in 14 days. After you finished your “education” they will probably recommend you to an unregulated forex brand where you can trade, thus continuing the vicious scam cycle.
Can u get your money back?
Honestly there is no straight answer to that, sometimes you can get them back sometimes you can’t. It depends on many factors and many players. The most important factor is the deposit method and the most important players are the banks and PSPs. In either way you need to have a solid case. You have to collect all the evidence that shows they are not willing to return your money, including e-mails, text messages and phone calls. After that you need to present your case to the bank by either you or a chargeback company, in either case you only have one chance at this. We also need to warn you that there are many chargeback scams out there also, so if you need a chargeback company, reach us at [email protected] and we will recommend one for you.
Another way to try to get the money back is to turn to the authorities. By authorities we do not mean just the police, but also regulators and even the business registry entity where the company is registered. In case you don’t know how to research all the above reach us at [email protected] and we will see if there is anything we can do to help you.
Capital Zone Review Recap
We hope our Capital Zone review has stopped you from giving them your hard earned money. In case you signed up with them before reading this review please do not give them any more. If you want guidance from us on what to do after being scammed feel free to reach us at [email protected] We will also like to hear your own Capital Zone review which you can leave in the comment section below. That way you can warn other people about Capital Zone.
What you wrote about Capital zone are 100% correct.Let me add some more about them. But first and foremost,correct me if I’m wrong, that company has closed as their website doesn’t exist anymore.
I never gave them my contact details, they got my details from this crooked Legacyfx broker where I registered for their virtual trading and I was required to give my cell phone number which I was naive enough to give. Someone in Legacyfx gave my number to them and within a few weeks I got spoofed calls from them Monday to Friday, at least twice a day, sometimes 5 times a day. Like you wrote, they never take NO for an answer. Once I even yelled at the caller saying I wasn’t interested but someone else would call again at least twice the next day. The number displayed on the screen wasn’t their real number. Once I called back and it was the Singapore police station. I hanged up everytime they called and after about 180 calls,that last caller, a lady with a Philippine accent managed to talk to me about their courses and next she passed me to another lady with an English accent, quite friendly and sweet, tried to convince me to buy their course. I told her I wasn’t interested and she hanged up. Next the real nightmare began and lasted 4 months. After that last call,I would get robo calls with foreign numbers and it hanged up on me everytime I picked up. I didn’t know it is called robo calls until I learn about it on YouTube. This Capital zone must have sold my number to another scam company and it wanted to check whether this number has an owner before they start calling me. Knowing that, I didn’t pick up calls that had an international number. Later on, I downloaded Truecaller app to block all foreign numbers which it successfully did and it blocked all their calls and this lasted for 4 months before it all stopped. Luckily I don’t deal with genuine calls from abroad, otherwise they would have been blocked. The lesson learned here is, never give your real cellphone number to a questionable website, use a fake one if you have to,it will save you from a lot of annoying daily calls for months. This Legacyfx either is a crooked company or they have crooked staff who share your number with scammers.
I haven’t bought their products but my phone number was passed to them by this crooked legacyfx.com after I signed up for their virtual trading platform. I started getting calls from their people using spoofed numbers promoting their products. Yes, they wouldn’t take no for an answer and I kept getting about 3 calls a day for 69 months except for weekends. Eventually when they knew I wasn’t interested, they sold my number to some dubious company who kept robocall me twice a day, everyday. Their calls would hang up every time I picked up. Eventually I used Truecaller to block all international calls which helped filtered out their calls.
My advice to people is, never give your mobile number to any dubious website, you could end up having these people calling you every day for months and later robocalls.
Not 69 months but 6 months