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Spanish Regulator Warns Against AAOption

Spain VS Unregulated Binary Options Broker

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Pursuant to the second paragraph of Article 17 of the Securities Markets Law (recast approved by Royal Legislative Decree 4/2015, of 23 October), the Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores warns that:

AAOPTION is not authorised to provide the investment services detailed in Article 140 of the Securities Markets Law, which includes investment advice, or provide the auxiliary services detailed in letters a), b), d), f) and g) of Article 141 of said Law, in relation to the financial instruments detailed in article 2 of the said Law, including, to those purposes, transactions on foreign currency.

For any query, please contact the Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores enquiry line at 902 149 200 or visit the CNMV’s web site ( 16 th January 2017.

AAOPTION Website is Now Password Protected

If you try to access you will blocked by a page asking for a password but if you check the Web Archive of AAOPTION.Com you can see past screenshots of the binary options broker website where it is written that AAOPTION is owned by Domitilla Limted, Ground floor right, 64 Paul Street, London, England EC2A 4TT.

It seems that somewhere around the end of 2016 they password protected their website and the web archive could no longer take any screenshots of their website. None of the screenshots from mid-2016 show any regulation info on their website.