LIMASSOL, Cyprus, July 25, 2016 /CNW/ - Opteck (Central Spot Trading Ltd.) announced its plans to increase anti-scam reinforcement measures. The company recently added a series of scam filters into its website in order to prevent fraudulent incidents.
This latest move comes after numerous instances involving industry leading binary options brokers who have reported fraudulent activities to both the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) and the International Financial Services Commission (IFSC).
One of the main areas of concern that's taken into account is the "deposit and withdrawal methods" sections, where the potential trader must be protected at any given time. To prevent scam, all funds transfers through Opteck are being audited by the regulator under the "Safety & Security of Funds" protocol. On top of that, all payment and withdrawal methods offered to customers are secured and protected by the latest online SSL (Secured Socket Layer) technology.
Opteck's Head of Back Office: "Our ongoing commitment to our traders worldwide is to provide a scam-free environment, by embedding all the latest safety technological solutions into our systems. It is no secret that during the past year, protecting customers from scams became the top priority amongst binary options firms around the globe, and Opteck will continue to take all means necessary to comply with that."
Another important aspect Opteck endeavors to keep a close eye on has to do with online reputation reviews. It is yet another powerful tool that has the potential of influencing prospective traders' perception about the safety and security of any broker features and services. The ability to manage it efficiently can provide the appropriate level of information needed to prevent any scam misconceptions about the brand.
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Opteck (Central Spot Trading Ltd.)
Head of Back Office
For further information: Opteck (Central Spot Trading Ltd.), Head of Back Office, Tel: +357-25-03-09-31, [email protected]