The QuickOption binary options trading platform announced it is launching a mobile trading app of the same name.
According to the announcement, the application provides trading with no delay, on time, with full personalization, and market fluctuations.
The application is free and is available both for Android and iOS devices. The app offers trading in binaries on over 70 financial assets such as the currency pairs, stocks, commodities and indices. There are options for deposits and withdrawals, trading signals, market news and updates, cash rewards, asset alerts and 24/7 personal assistant. There is also an extensive educational section with trading video tutorials.
QuickOption is a brand of Rodeler Ltd. – a financial services provider headquartered in Cyprus and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC). The company also owns the binaries brokers 24Option, which recently extended its partnership with the Italian football team Juventus, and Grand Option and the 24FX forex broker.
It seems, however, that the QuickOption customers are not very pleased with it, or at least only the unhappy ones are complaining in the comments section for the application on Google Play. The majority of comments are of people who are trying to withdraw their deposits or profits, but it seems the company is ignoring their requests or the process is taking forever. There are also complaints of constant nagging about making a deposit. It is worth noting, that QuickOption is making an effort to appease them by asking them to write an e-mail.
Another interesting fact about the comment section is that the majority of positive reviews are of people with Indian names, all making the same spelling errors and using the same idioms. Some users even comment on the matter and suggest the company is paying for reviews, but QuickOption vehemently denies the allegations.