If you have any issues with withdrawing money then you should pay attention to your broker. Often it's a great indicator of that your broker is can be somehow connected with scam. In my opinion, there are some several indicators which can help traders to understand whether they faced scammer or not. Withdrawal issues are the most spread indicator of such a situation. I believe you should try to write to client support which is provided by your broker and try to find out what's going on. If you see some stupid excuses, then probably you faced a real scammer, nevertheless remember that withdrawals can be delayed either by broker or by bank.
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