Go365 Review – Scam Report

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Know your options and recover your lost funds. File a complaint.

    Is Go365 legit?

    We’ll be shedding a bit of light on that in the coming paragraphs. If you have deposited money with Go365 and you suspect that they are not being honest with you, it is possible to get your money back.

    Many regulated brokers, unregulated companies and investment firms have been found to be scams.

    Under many circumstances there are avenues in place that are there to protect individuals and help them to get their money back.

    We can let you know how it’s possible to recover your money.

    Is Go365 a scam?

    Despite what any Go365 review has told you, Go365 is a suspected scam . We don’t recommend trading with them. If you are already trading with Go365 we recommend you immediately cease depositing any amount of funds with them, in particular if they are asking for a fee to withdraw your money. DO NOT PAY IT.

    The Go365 Scam

    As more and more reports have become confirmed, it has become abundantly clear that Go365 is scamming its clients. In our experience if the broker has made it’s way onto this list, things are not on the up and up with this broker. 


    Is Go365 regulated?

    Go365.io is not registered or licensed with any regulatory body. For this reason alone, one should avoid doing any business with this company.





    If the Go365 has done anything similar to the below items, you are most likely being scammed by Go365.

    Legal Signs of a Scam

    • The company or broker is not regulated.
    • The company or broker is regulated by a foreign regulatory body that is not trustworthy.
    • The company is regulated by CySEC.
    • The company has had it’s license suspended.

    Contact us by submitting your information in the form on the page. We’ll let you know as soon as possible how you can get your money back.

    Behavioral Signs of a Scam

    • The broker has been overly pushy in getting you to deposit your money.
    • The broker does not react positively when you ask for a withdrawal.
    • The broker does not allow you to withdraw your money.
    • The broker has offered you or pushed you to take a bonus.
    • The broker has logged into your personal computer.
    • The broker is charging you to withdraw your funds.
    • Trades have been placed without your consent.
    • The company withdrew funds from your account or charged your credit card without permission
    • The broker asked for a picture of the front and back of your credit card to be sent by email.
    • The broker asked for your government form of ID to be sent in an email or on the website.
    • The broker told you to place a trade and then you immediately after lost all or most of your money.

    Locations that scam brokers are often found in.

    • If the broker that you’re dealing with is located in any of the below locations it is reason for concern, as these areas are notorious for hosting Forex scams as well as Crypto and Binary Options scams.
    • Let us know right away if
    • The broker is located in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
    • The broker is located in Belize.
    • The broker is located in the Commonwealth of Dominica
    • The broker is located in the Cook Islands.
    • The broker is located in The Marshall Islands.
    • The broker is located in Mauritius.
    • The broker is located in Seychelles
    • The broker is located in Vanuatu.

    Know your rights and get your money back. By filling out your information, we’ll be able to advise you right away.


    Scam Complaint Registry recommends Fortrade as a trusted broker. They are licensed and registered with the FCA (UK), ASIC (AU) and the IIROC (Canada). They are based in London and with their strong regulatory backing make them as safe as a broker could be.



    Disclaimer: It is not always possible to recover lost funds. Many cases of recovery scams have been reported where the victim is guaranteed to get their money back. We can assess your case and advise you right away if it’s possible to recover your money.


    1. PaulS

      Latest attempted scam by Go365… Just been called by 3 people from GO365, claiming that the ‘regulators are forcing them to close down their retail business and we are now returning deposits to all customers.’
      So they want to refund you nnn Bitcoin.
      (All they actually need to do that, is your Bitcoin wallet address.)
      But no, they want to connect to your computer via AnyDesk ‘to check the money has arrived’.
      In allowing them to do this, would allow them to install keyloggers, malware and other spysoftware, to gather passwords and other vital login information. They can even switch AnyDesk into stealth mode, so you wouldn’t even know they are still connected.
      Don’t fall for this!!! It’s a scam.
      When they realised I wouldn’t fall for it, they hung up.

    2. Mrs Concerned

      Good day,
      In March 2020 I’ve deposited $ 200 and started “trading” with GO365.
      I did provided my ID and bank card details – with out providing the CVV code at the back of my card.
      I started “trading” and made good money.
      The phoned me daily and gave me some advise on how to trade.
      In November I decided to withdraw $400, however, they’ve replied that I can only withdraw my initial $200…at which point I realised something’s not right.
      After I’ve received the $200 in my bank account, I’ve stopped my credit card and requested a new one from my bank.
      I’ve also stopped “trading” and left my account just as is and logged back in again.
      Beginning this year a very aggressive “broker” from go365 started phoning me again, asking why I’m not trading, at which point I relied that I don’t trust them and think they are a scam.
      He stopped phoning.
      Now about 4 weeks ago they’ve started phoning again, however now the say they are phoning from a Finance Regulator Company and wants to repay my money, due to fact that go365 is a scam.
      At first it sounded legitimate, until he wanted to log into my account and asked for my credit card details because the money needs to be transferred back to me.
      I’ve told him that if they are a legitimate company and my Bitcoins are with them and needs be paid to me – they can simply transfer it to by BitCoin Wallet and I offered to give him by Bitcoin address.
      He got really upset and aggressive and saying that I don’y my money back.
      Ever since they phone me, I just simply say please transfer the Cryptocurrency to my Bitcoin address.
      They phone daily!
      What should I do?
      Every number they’ve been phoning from, has been blocked on my phone – but still they keep on phoning.
      Any advise how I should handle these people??


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