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Optionetics Complaints & Reviews

Optionetics / Advanced options traing

John OM on Oct 12, 2016

Some years ago I attended a 2 day Optionetics seminar in London and purchased advanced training credits for advanced options training seminars. Thereafter Optionetics stopped providing advanced trading seminars at locations in my country but refused to refund me for the money that I had paid for this training. On my last contact (September 2016), they said that they no longer provided any advanced training at all and could not refund due to a new policy of not refunding for any training credits in existence for more than 12 months!. In effect I have been cheated out of my money. As an...

Optionetics / Terrible experience


According to the contract I should have received my refund in full by April 02, 2009. I called today, April 23rd, and was told I was on a list but they could not tell me when I would receive my money. I asked if a supervisor could tell me I was told "nobody knows when the refunds will be issued but you are on the refund list and will receive it at some time". Financial advisors that cannot manage their money and abide by THEIR binding contract, scary! Losing money daily on the interest I am paying for them to use my money.

Optionetics / Refund problem


I read an ad on the Toronto Star about Optionetics and the free seminar that was going to be available at the Delta Hotel in Scarborough, Ontario on Dec 18 (2008). I attended the seminar and I signed up for the two day workshop which would take place in Jan 11-12 (2009) at a cost of CAD4, 194.75. We were assured at the seminar that should anyone had a change of heart and decided to cancel, a written guaranteed was provided for a refund up to the day of the first class (because it was the holiday period, hence this guarantee). Anyways, I requested a refund first thing on Jan 11 before the cla...

Optionetics / They called an awful lot


I sent in the form on the optionetics site to get information on the mentor program. I was called back by 2 agents within an hour of each other. Not sure if it was a selling tactic or if they just did not know that they called me twice. I called one of the agents back and was given a sales pitch that sounded familiar to my network marketing days where they teach you to posture your potential customer. I was told that the mentor program was an elite program and I would have to go through a second interview with a Mr. XXXXX. Which I thought was strange from the start normally people say the...

Optionetics / Internet Fraud involving free software trial!

Optionetics is a company that provides training for options trading. They are based in Redwood City, CA. The company runs Internet ads for a free software trial. The consumer clicks the ad and is taken to the Optionetics website, During the registration process, the consumer is asked for his credit card information but is assured repeatedly that he will not be charged as long as he cancels his free trial within 14 days. The consumer cancels the free trial before the deadline and is again assured that he will not be charged. A couple of weeks later, Optionetics charges the...