Want to Trade with TradeAlgo? Read This First!
TradeAlgo looks like a financial news site. It’s hard to see at first where it offers its service. When we clicked on the link to the page, TradeAlgo explains why what it offers is different from the rest. It claims to have access to inside information on institutional trades that move the market. We’re not sure if this is legal, frankly. It’s not surprising that there are rumors that the people who run TradAlgo narrowly evaded conviction for financial crimes through a plea deal. However, since it doesn’t really tell us who runs TradeAlgo, we can’t confirm this.
Is TradeAlgo a Scam or Legitimate?
TradeAlgo promises to provide essential information for traders, but this is an inducement to purchase its app. TradeAlgo tries to get around any problems with a long legal disclaimer in which the customer is told that what TradeAlgo offers is not to be construed as investment advice. Then what is the point of it at all? We doubt many TradeAlgo customers actually read this, which lands them into big trouble financially.
We Found Problems with TradeAlgo:
- Not regulated
- Huge disclaimer that denies accountability
- Suspected as a recycled scam
- No transparency
- No contact information
What You Should Do If You Have an Account with TradeAlgo?
You should close your account immediately and demand a withdrawal. If you do not receive a withdrawal, contact CryptoCoinTrace experts. We consult with clients, advise them on claims and have the tools and methods to track down your funds. The sooner talk to us, the greater the chances of a successful claim!