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  • EveryOption

  • 100%Bonus:
  • Options Payout: 70-85%
  • Rating: 1 / 10
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Broker Name: EveryOption
Platform: KeyStone
Founded: 2014
Bonus: 100%
Return/Refund: 75-85%/0-15%
No. Of Assets: 100+
Regulated:   No
Demo Account: No
Minimum Deposit: 200
US Traders:   Not Accepted

EveryOption Review

by Martin Kay

Warning! EveryOption Website Appears to be Offline. Updated 1/4/2016

 

Editor’s Note – Why Does EveryOption Suck in 50 Words

This broker sucks because their website is a joke, it makes them look like they don’t care because the FAQ’s are non-existant, as is the education center, all you get are a bunch of empty links and absolutely no information. I don’t care how great the broker is, if they don’t care about providing relevant information it makes them look sloppy and like they might be a scam.

 

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Why EveryOption.com Might Not Suck

EverOption might not suck because it is a Keystone broker and there is a hint they might be associated with Markets.com, the parent company of Keystone. The thing is, the hint I found (a reference to Markets.com that might be mistake in the white labeling process) is very tenuous and not something to choose a broker by. Despite any problems, the platform is a good one and comes with lots of features.

 

 

EveryOption Review – Choose Every Other Option

EveryOption.com is a Keystone platform white label. Keystone comes to us from the people at SafeCap Investments and Markets.com but the relationship with them is unclear. Company headquarters are listed as 133 Hedon Street, London UK but that is just a virtual office. The company is owned by Rich Ventures LTD which is located in Belize City, Belize, Central America. Along with that are some references, in the sign-up and account verification process, to Markets.com as account holder, not uncommon in the world of white label brokers where a parent company is often represented by an introducing broker or IB.

 

On to the platform. Keystone is a good platform and supports a variety of trading styles. The standard high/low digital option is called Classic Option and comes with a good asset list. There is pretty good coverage of all asset classes but not as complete as some of the better known platforms. Other option styles include Touch, No Touch, SpeedMaster and Trader Pro. Touch and No Touch are self explanatory, Speedmaster is the short term 30 and 60 second options, Trader Pro is the advanced digital options with extra features like Rollover and Buy Me Out. Expiry is where they fall a little short. They are great with short term and intraday but have nothing beyond that, perfect for day traders.

 

 

Is EveryOption A Scam?

It may be too soon tell for sure if EveryOption is a scam but at first glance I would have to say they are probably just small, new broker and one that maybe should be passed by in favor of some of the better, more trusted, Keystone based brokers. We have seen some serious complaints, you might want to check them out before making your decision.

 

 

EveryOption Ratings

User Friendliness 15/20

The platform is perfectly user friendly, as it should be, but the website is completed so I have to give them a lower score here. Several pages of the website do not have any information, most notably the FAQ’s and Education Center.

 

Number Of Assets & Expiry 17/20

They have a decent asset list, much more than any one trader needs, but it is limited compared to some others. They are also limited in expiry, longer term traders will not be satisfied but day traders will find just what they need.

 

Commissions, Support & Effective Returns 14/20

There are no commissions, standard for the industry so no surprise there. Support is a little iffy, the website itself isn’t even up to speed so I have little faith in anything else they might have to offer. Returns are standard in the range of 75-85%.

 

Deposit, Payments & Bonus – 10/20

A lot of the missing information you won’t find on the website concerns your money. Deposit methods are unclear but most likely include credit cards and wire transfers, minimum deposit is also unclear. Bonus terms are a little different than most. Each bonus comes with a 40X bonus trade minimum and allows for withdrawal of profits after only 5X. Honestly, there are a lot of red flags, not least of which is lack of concrete time frame for withdrawals.

 

Broker Extra’s 15/20

This broker has a few extra features but I’m not sure if they are enough reason to choose it. They have Rollover and Buy Me Out, both highly useful tools, but that’s about it.

 

 

EveryOption Overall Ratings: 71/100

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