Manitoba man loses $85,000 to Israel-based binary options firm

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Jonathan, a 41-year-old construction worker from Manitoba, Canada, had been going through a rough time. His wife had left him for another man, and he had spent the last few years battling her for shared custody of their four children. That’s why, when a broker from the online trading platform Plustocks called him and promised high returns if he invested with the firm, Jonathan (who has asked us not to use his real name) felt his luck was finally changing. Over the course of six months, from January until last month, Jonathan “invested,” and lost, 85,000 Canadian dollars.

Read the full article at The Times of Israel.