You can be pretty sure it is a scam. I strongly advise you not to send any money to these people under any circumstances.
There is a genuine Scottsdale company in London. I called them and they don't have anything to do with this.
Moreover the ponenumber the fake company gave me does not work. And they make all their calls anonymous. Complemented with the information Klas provided I am 100% sure it is a scam and contacted the FSA and London police.
They are a so called 'boiler room'. More information here: http://www.moneymadeclear.fsa.gov.uk/news/scams/share_scams.html
or search wikipedia or google of course.
If they tried to scam you I think you should report to the FSA and London police also. Here you can report it to the police: http://www.cityoflondon.police.uk/CityPolice/ECD/Fraud/boilerroom.htm
Chances are they are related to the CES furuters case, that Klas mentioned.
As you can read here:
some people lost significant amounts of money in that case. So it is important they get caught and maybe this is a new lead to them.
About the CES futures case I found this at the dutch version of the FSA:
Name: CES Futures Brokerage Co. Ltd.
Type of Scam: Unlicensed Entities
Address(es): 6 Austin Road, Tsimshatsui
Kowloon, Hong Kong
So it is possible these people operate from Hong Kong, (hence made-in-china dot com relation?). But is far from sure.
According to Klas the scottsdalefutures and londonglobalfutures website are registered at a US domain registerar. If you lost any money on this you might take legal actions and contact them as they may have information that leads to the scammers.
As I did not loose money I don't take further actions at this moment. If however any of my personal information is used in their future activities and I find out I will make sure they will regret it.
If they scammed people I hope police catches them and they end up in jail.