Boss Capital Binary Broker Review                                                                  bosscapital-logo-150

Boss Capital is a binary options broker run by the same guys who brought us TradeRush and Redwood Options. This site is particularly exciting for a couple of reasons: it is open to traders in the USA and around the globe, and it uses the powerful TechFinancials binary options platform. With excellent trade features and great customer service, this is a broker well deserving of your notice—and your investment. You will be hard-pressed to find few comparable options that are open to USA traders. Let’s take a look at the key features.

  • Official Website:
  • Headquarters: Gibraltar
    • Phone Number +1-917-775-0317 (USA). Check out Contact Us Page for other methods
  • USA Traders No Longer Allowed (June 2015)
  • Trading Platform Used: SpotOption

Is Boss Capital a Scam?

Changes happen in the binary option world. The old company behind boss capital has moved on to greener pastures. It was the company that also worked with one of our early quality brokers, TradeRush There have been a larger number of complaints from traders about this broker over time. Always do your own due diligence!

Deposit Information

• Minimum Deposit: 200 USD/EUR/GBP
• Deposit Methods: Debit or credit card, wire transfer, CashU, Neteller.
• Depositing with a credit card is fast, easy, and reliable. You can start trading in a matter of minutes.

Boss Capital Bonus Information

Boss Capital offers match bonuses to welcome new customers on board. How big the bonus is depends on the account tier, which in turn depends on your initial deposit.

• Bronze. Deposits $1,000 and up. 20% welcome bonus.
• Silver. Deposits $4,000 and up. 40% welcome bonus.
• Gold. Deposits $5,000 and up. 65% welcome bonus.
• VIP. Deposits $100,000 and up. Call an account manager for details.

Are there higher account bonuses available at other binary options brokers? Yes, but this shouldn’t be a deal breaker for you. These bonuses are still plenty generous, and most traders will do better trading with less leverage anyway. Each of these account tiers comes with additional benefits as well, like expedited withdrawals, increased fixed payouts, and 24-hour customer support. You also get a few risk-free trades starting at the Silver level. While these do not substitute for a demo account, they can help you test out the platform without worrying about losing any money if you make a mistake.

Types of Options at Boss Capital

• High/Low, Touch, No Touch, Boundary, 3- or 60-Second, Pairs.
• Average payout: 85%.
• Average out-of-money reward: 0-15%.
Assets Available to Trade:


Dow Future
FTSE 100 (U.K.)
KL Future
ASX (Australia)
SSE180 (Shanghai Stock Exchange)
Bombay SE
EGX 30 (Egypt)
MSM 30 (Oman)
DAX (Germany)
S&P Future
Hang Seng
Bombay SE
MICEX 10 (Moscow)
ISE 30 (Istanbul)
S&P 500






Deutsche Telcom
Paris Telecom
BNP Paribas
Las Vegas Sands
JP Morgan Chase
Exxon Mobil
Goldman Sachs
Straits Times
Tata Motors
Bae Systems
Rolls Royce
HSBC Holdings
Coca Cola
Sberbank Rossii

Additionally, Boss Capital offers stock pairs to trade.

Other Standout Features on Boss Capital

• Low minimum investment amount ($10)
• High investment ceiling ($7,500 per trade, unlimited positions may be opened simultaneously).
• An abundance of training materials such as videos and articles are provided by the site to traders for free. Trading webinars are held regularly, and you also will have the opportunity to work with a personal analyst if you deposit enough to enter one of the account tiers mentioned previously.
• iPhone and Android apps are available for mobile trading.
• Early close, rollover, and double up are available to extend your trade over your controls.

Boss Capital Drawbacks

Boss Capital is decent broker in most respects, but there are several drawbacks. They do not offer a demo account, which is a major detractor, but again, shouldn’t be a dealbreaker so long as you practice elsewhere before you open your live trading account here. They are unregulated, but that alone is not an indicator of quality. The vast majority of brokers are unregulated these days. The biggest drawback is the $30 fee for additional withdrawals past the first withdrawal of every month. Plan ahead though and this should not be problematic.

Customer Service

One of the best things about Boss Capital is the fact that they offer excellent customer service. On their account features page, they mention that 24/7 service is only available to customers in the upper tiers, but they appear to take customer service very seriously for all customers, even those who have not yet made a deposit. When I tried contacting the company through the live chat feature on the site, I was answered almost immediately. The agent I spoke to was fast, friendly, and knowledgeable. You are not going to find a lot of brokers that offer service like this. Many do not staff live chat at all, even if they say they do. This broker follows through on customer service and that is a huge reason to consider them above their competitors.

Final Thoughts on Boss Capital

Boss Capital is one of our average brokers. We love the huge investment range available, and believe their accounts are ideal whether you have a large bankroll or a very small one. They offer many helpful resources on their site for free, and take customer service very seriously. On Boss Capital, you will find many different assets to trade and many ways to trade them. No matter what your style is and what kinds of trades you enjoy, you will find fun and a real shot at success on Boss Capital.

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  • Kelly

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  • FLEECED!!!

    On Feb 1st, I signed up as a client under Boss Capital Binary Options Broker and was put in contact with my "Advisor" the next day. When I talked to the advisor on the phone he talked about how he would give me signals or emails on which trades to enter, when and expiry and that he would very likely double or triple my money within a few months and that he had done that for many clients in the past. In our next phone conversation he said that he had a rare opportunity in which I could take part in one of their, "Guaranteed Profit Trades" that they were having on the company Apple. He explained that in the event of a loss, I would be refunded for the full amount of money in bonus cash if I lost on the trade. He explained that they offer this only when they find near certain trade opportunities that they want to maximize the volume of their traders so that they can cash in on the 2% that they make of the winning trades. He also explained that in order to participate in this "Apple Contract" and "Guaranteed Profit Trade" I needed to come up with 25,000 dollars, which I told him I did not have. He suggested that I call my bank and get my credit card amount increased in order to pay, assuring me that the trade was a win, win and that I had nothing to worry about and that I would be able to refund my credit card account by the end of the month after he had doubled or tripled my investment. I listened to him and bought the 5 "Apple Contracts" for $25,000 dollars and the money was simply deposited into my account. The next day he called me and told me that It was "Non-farm payroll day" and that they were offering another "Guaranteed Profit Trade" on the positions that would be established on the basis of the news. Once the news came out he told me to place a $7,500 PUT on Gold and a $7,500 Call on Gold. I lost both trades and my account was refunded with the bonus cash. On Feb 7 he called me with another trading opportunity and I placed $2,500 in two different trades and again lost on both of them. On Feb 9 he wanted me to deposit another 15,000 in order to get corporate membership and to apply for a "Goldman Sachs Contract" that was also offered as a "Guaranteed Profit Trade". I refused and told him that I wasn’t going to apply for more credit cards to try and cash in on this "opportunity". He told me that I needed to deposit more money, I asked him why we couldn’t use the money already in my account and he told me it was reserved for the apple contract. He eventually pressured me into depositing another 2,500 dollars and then got me to place 2,500 on two different trades which both lost. On Feb 9th, he got me to use up my remaining balance on 4 trades which he assured me were calculated and certain to be winners. I lost on 3 of the 4, being left with a balance of $5,303 in my account now that the system won’t let me withdrawal saying that I have $0 balance for withdrawal. Prior to the last trade I had $9,000 left of my own money that had no bonus stipulations on it, however I still cannot withdraw any of it. I haven’t been able to get in contact with the "advisor" who referred to himself as Sterling Berkeley. Im left with 27,000 owing on my credit card.

  • David Whitney

    They took the calls I put on gold and bought other stocks I never heard of to the sum of 70$

  • Guest

    Absolute rubbish!!!
    – Poor customer service
    – Poor to below average skilled market analysts (mine was Dan Adams – poor performance, below average market knowledge). Great talker though!
    – Forget the sign up bonus
    – Forget fund withdrawals
    – DO NOT fall into the trap of "Guaranteed Profit Trades"

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  • suzy

    WARNING do not give these CROOKS your money account details, NOTHING, they illegally took money out of my credit card, and now i cant get it back…DO NOT BE SUCKED IN THEY ARE SCAMMERS!!!!

  • Oh Dear

    TBH you all get what you deserve. Investing $5k to a fairly new and unregulated broker. And taking signals from the brokers themselves…. well thats just really clever :S

  • trevor snook

    I have found having dealt with them for some time they do not like to give out the sign up bonus. I have asked numerous times for mine but it never arrives. Should be taken to court over their false advertising.I switched brokers to top option and they are exactly the same. Happy to take your money but ignore their advertising promises. Great platforms and lots of features but sadly letting themselves down by using devious methods to attract customers

    • Tamin

      Boss capital is scam who ever says it’s not they are part of them.
      I strongly suggest please do not give them your hard earned money to these mother fuckers they are just setting there doing nothing but manipulating desperate guys and make them to invest. I know things about bosscapital that will blow your mind. Please do not give them your account information.

      • Justinas

        Tamin, what are Your arguments? Please give more details…

  • Brian Edwards

    I had the worst customer service experience ever when i spoke to them today 1/7/16. I will never use them again and the account manager i had was unprofessional and incompetent.

    My advice is to look elsewhere


    Sir i am unhappy real ctoption is big big big scam..i told too all trader dont make any these deposit for the broker. i am seriouly.last three week i get profit, i withdraw untill now i dont receive payment. i email my account manager amanda taylor..(.Again, my name is Amanda Taylor, and I am your account manager here at CT Option. ) She didnt reply my email. i am very sad.if u want make deposit i advice make deposit the regulated broker like 24option.

  • subra

    charlie is right when you lost you are out kick off and if call them I am busy i canot talk with you if i put 5000 than they call ten time a day that is boss capital i lost 2000 with wrong prediction

  • Charlie

    Boss Capital is has an awesome platform and many choices of currencies, commodities, and stocks to trade. In no way are they a scam. And this is coming from a guy who lost his first $1000 with them and quit binary trading earlier this year. First off, you should rely on a broker for trading advice. They are in the business of making money off of you so why would they give you a bunch of winning trades so their company can make no money and they be out of a job? You need to do like i did and learn the market. It’s taken me 7 months of study but now im back and am winning ALL my trades with absolutely no help from any Boss Capital employee. in fact, i blocked their number because i got tired of telling them i didnt want their help and to please stop calling because i know what Im doing. Also, you should never accept bonus money or any perk from a broker such as a risk free trade. The fine print behind that stuff is horrible. But overall, their platform is the nicest one and if you do your part and learn how the market moves, you can make a LOT of money. i mean a LOT.

    • Charlie

      I meant to say you *SHOULDN’T* rely on a broker for trading advice.

      • Melissa

        How did you learn the market

    • Walid Aoude

      How did you learn the market? How did you go about it?

    • Matt


      Did your withdrawalsite go through with no issues? Where do you live? Can I trust them as a Canadian?


  • Terry

    What I don’t understand, is how THIS site can list Boss Capital as a “TRUSTED BROKER” when there are so many bad reviews like mine (below):

    Beware of Boss Capital!

    I’m 71 years old and no Newbie to trading. With my Dad’s help, I bought my first stocks (a mutual fund) when I was 13 and I’ve traded off and on, ever since. Just before the 2008 crash, I got out of stocks and didn’t trade for several years. For several reasons, I became intrigued with the Forex market and began exploring it and eventually Binary Options, when they appeared on the scene.

    At some point while trading FX, I noticed a semi-regular price pattern that occurred and began developing a template with indicators to focus on the pattern. It soon became apparent that this system would be a great candidate for Binary Option trades and I began delving into the murky world of Binary Option brokers. After several false starts with several different brokers, I settled on Boss Capital. They were rather new, but I couldn’t find any strong negative reviews or reports about them and while their platform wasn’t as flexible as others, it would work for my testing.

    One of the lessons that I learned, early in my 50+ year business career, was that one should never just tell lawyers, accountants, politicians, and brokers to just do what THEY think is best — because they will eventually end up with all the money you allocate them. In my dealings with Boss Capital, I don’t know why I ignored that old axiom, but I unfortunately did.

    So, soon after I opened and funded my account in order to further my system testing with Boss Capital, the phone calls and fabulous touts from their brokers started. Alex Cortez was the first to phone and I attempted to explain to her that, for many reasons, I preferred to use email and did not like to discuss my trading over the phone. I didn’t give her my reasons for wanting to primarily use email, but the main one is that I want a “written record” of who told whom, what. She seemed rather dismayed that I wouldn’t talk to her, but called again a few days later – AT THREE IN THE MORNING. Now, since my wife sleeps with the phone next to her bed, this call woke her up from a deep sleep and caused a real damper on her next day, when she had to give a rather critical presentation.

    So, after Alex had pretty well blown her relationship with me, I assume that my account was transferred to Jacob Becker, because he was the next Boss Capital broker to call. After I requested that we rely on emails and not the phone, he started a barrage of touts that made statements like, “Guaranteed Profit Trade !!! Insure your investment and the Profits.” Now tell me, fellow trader, who could resist at least not exploring that greed driven prospect? As it came to pass, I couldn’t and thus began my spiral down into Boss Capital’s Trader’s Hell.
    Jacob’s reply to my reply started with this:
    “Hi Terry,
    Thank you for your mail.
    Yes, if the trade expires out of the money – your investment and the expected profits will be payed back into your account (as a bonus).
    It’s very important to point out that guaranteed profit signals ( issued rarely by Boss Capital) are highly unlikely to expire out of the money,they have extremely high success rates otherwise the company will not be willing to insure the investment and the profits!”

    So, I took the hook and after more than a dozen emails that were required to negotiate an additional $5,000 into my trading account, Jacob again mentioned that the earnings report was coming out and since time was of the essence I needed to do one more thing and immediately sign the attached contract, “ASAP” so he could give me the critical tout. I hurriedly skim read, signed, scanned and emailed their “Guaranteed Profit Agreement” back to him/them. The critical couple of sentences were, “The Client receives _1___ Guaranteed Profits Trades in the sum of _5000__ each. If these trades are unsuccessful, the client will receive a bonus equal to the investment lost and the expected payout amount with a trading requirement of bonus x30___ starting from the date the funds for the Guaranteed Profit Trades are added.“

    Now, I KNOW that I should have had one of my lawyers take a look at this, before signing. However, time was critical, because the earnings reports were due out any minute and I know that none of my lawyers could possibly take time to evaluate this before my greed driven opportunity was lost; or so went my in the moment rationale. Besides, when it was all said and done, my legal fees would have probably eaten up most of another $5,000, anyway.

    As soon as they had my signed copy, they gave me the tout and I opened the trade, just as they told me to. However, the “highly unlikely” turned out to be highly likely and the trade didn’t end up in the money. So, after some time and a several gentle email reminders, Jacob had my account credited with the full amount of my trade capital ($5,000) plus the 70% return ($3,500) that I was supposed to have made, for a total of $8,500.

    So, at this point I’m feeling pretty good! Even though the trade lost, my account balance has increased by $3,500 and I’m ready for the next “Guaranteed Profit Trade.” At some point, when I email Jacob and asked him to include me in the next trade with a similar opportunity, he told me that I’d have to put up a minimum of another $5,000 for another trade. When I asked him how Boss Capital could afford to keep making such agreements, he said that they anticipated making up for their loses through future trades.

    Sure enough, another “Guaranteed Profit Trade” deal came along and since I couldn’t use the funds in my account for new trades, I ponied up another $5,000. This time, the trade went in my favor and there was no need for the guarantee to be activated. Then came the third trade and I started asking about why I had to come up with a “fresh” $5,000 and couldn’t just use some of the funds already in my account and that was when THEIR reality began to slightly creep into MY reality. Anyway, not to worry, since Jacob was going to give me solid touts that would explode my account balance.

    Even so, I really began to press them to tell me if I could even withdraw ANY of my funds. No, that wasn’t allowed until I satisfied all of the terms of my “bonus.” It finally came out that the 30X meant that I had to “repay” not just the bonus money of $3,500 times 30, but my “buyout” to access ANY of the money in my account was 30 times MY $5,000 plus the $3,500 for a grand total of $255,000! If, at any time I tried to withdraw ANY of my funds without first creating a balance of $255,000, then I forfeited ALL of the money in my account!

    By this time, my account was passed along to another “broker” who declared that he – Josh Miller — was not just a broker, but a Senior Analyst, and he had a diversified plan that would make me rich. At this point, I was being worked over by three of Boss Capital’s best and it wasn’t fun. I was now no longer working on my system, but trying to figure out how to “liberate” ANY of my invested $15,000 by earning $255,000 by using THEIR touts, the last of which had gone bust, too.

    By now, my account is at about $12,000 and I go into partial Beta mode with my nearly completed system and I start really noticing some of the problems with their trading platform. On several occasions, I had observed that some of my trades were slow to fill, but just took it to be the result of heavy traffic. But then, one day, the little chart and live numerical readouts, started freezing up. I complained and they reversed the trade, the first time it happened. However, with several other trades that followed, they (their support personnel) stopped reversing the trades and claimed that I needed to change browsers, which I did. Then they claimed I needed to clear my cache before each session, which I did and still the screen freezes kept occurring and finally, a trade – which I was simultaneously monitoring on my MT4 platform – was WELL into the money and their system finally even declared that trade a loss, as well. I haven’t even bothered to complain – as it doesn’t do any good, anymore.

    As for the three brokers, well they kept sending me touts and showing THEIR alleged winning results, but never any major losses. When I called one of them on it, asking why they didn’t show their considerable losing trades (which I took the time to follow up and plotted from their touts), asking if their trades were made with House money and not their personal funds and even if their posted results were perhaps Photoshopped – they all three promptly stopped responding to any of my emails, as I’m certain that, since they consider me a skinned, drained and now useless former client.

    I’m taking the time to relate all of this to you, my fellow traders, in the hopes of providing you with enough information to dissuade you from doing ANY trading with Boss Capital. I certainly would like to retrieve all, or even some, of my money, but don’t see too much help on the horizon, for that to occur. If you would like more details to confirm my story, including emails, documents and screen shots, let me know and I’ll gladly forward them on to you.


    Terry Sneller

    • Kerry

      Hi Terry;

      I’m assuming you funded your account via credit card. I hope you did.
      I had a situation awhile back with a broker that wasn’t acting on my request to withdraw my funds.
      I contacted my credit card company and they put the pressure on them. I got my funds credited back to my card.
      All you need to do is show your card company that you were misled and even lied to…misrepresented and the card company should be willing to push for a refund to your card.

    • trevor snook

      A very interesting letter and one that i can say that certain aspects have happened to me too. I also lost money on certain trades with them yet was shown as a win on other platforms that i had going at the same time..I really dont think they can be trusted and certainly i have never received my join up bous they promised. Be very wary on signing up with this company

  • Eddy

    Invest in yourself and learn how to trade successfully on Binary options before you blow your money on signals from the brokers; why would they give you winning signals when they make money on your loses!!!!
    Wake up and invest on yourself and learn how to trade before you throw away your money..

  • E

    I had Larry Johnson as a broker he was very goid at contacting me to deposit 10K to open the account after I did that he had ne wake up at 4:00 am and he was supposedly to help me trafe for the first time that day. It bever happened after that I called and complained so he calked back and traded with me on the phone 3 out 5 signals were right aftr that no signals cane for 6 weeks there was barely any signals then he switched me to Sam and Sam mostly trade the Forex market but i trued his signals twice and all if them were wrong. After that i heard that Larry was back to be my account manager he would call me and pester to me to deposit more money in order to get insured trading. Insured trading is a bate if you agree on it Boss capital will require you to trade x30 of the insured trading money basically 5K before you can withdraw your profit out. By the time you have done this you have lost all your deposited and profit money. I withdrew my deposited money. The company is a stress and a scam and not worth your time or money they struck me as bluffers especially that guy Larry Johnson

  • Ram K

    This company is F**** scam. I invested $5k they matched and in first 3 trades lost 3k. now they don’t respond at all. not sure what to do.. if at all you got the Guy John Reid.

  • krishan kumar

    please tell me about> Brokerage Capital< broker.

  • denis oregan

    I am begining to lose the will to live . I have read on BINARY TODAY that Boss Capital is the best of all the companies to deal with yet on this site they are stated to be a scam company WHO IS TELLING THE TRUTH.I was going to start trading but after what i have read it seems the whole lot is just ONE BIG SCAM.

    • Wendy…

      Don’t trade with binary options at all. It’s just gambling.50/50. Win/loss. You choose. They will take all your money so it’s 100% you loose
      I’ve just got the bank involved but I won’t get my mobey back cos I willingly deposited the money.

  • jeanette

    Thanks for the reviews I had a feeling they were full of bs

  • peter

    peeople don’t trust boss capital I’ve lost over 25k with them and have not received a dime they say they will make you millions in 3 months is just plane bull shiet. please don’t wast your time with this.

    • Kevan Dooley

      Did you get your cash back ??

  • Daryl

    This so called company is a scam…. I deposited 2500.00 over phone and they put in two withdraws for 2500.00 thank god only one went through. I told them I didn’t want the bonus so there wouldn’t be restrictions on my account. Went to close account and withdraw funds after a week…. No response and the numbers that are on web site don’t work!!!!
    Scam warning

  • Chan Ming

    Even if a broker is regulated, it can still do unpleasant things if it wanted to. Before any aspiring trader decides to register, he must see to that the broker he wants to register with is reputable especially with trade results and payout/withdrawal policies. There are a lot of forums to get information from. These are mostly composed of real traders. The people there can help you identify the good and bad ones. Personally, I do trade with Option Orbit. Haven’t encountered hassles so far.

  • mahmoud

    Been using BossCapital for the past 6 month leaving all other brokers,
    **edit*** BUNCH OF SPAM **** Thanks to response below editor deleted it.

    • Ryan

      I have seen this comment verbatim on many different websites. It is most likely a spam comment.

  • Nick Kalargyros

    I opened an account in August 2014 with $5k. I was suppose to get 8 risk free trades included with my deposit. Initially, I did not take the bonus. The signals I received from day 1 were mostly wrong. I was instructed to make large trades and was told to double up on my trade on the second day. Boy, were they wrong. It cost me 50% of my portfolio. 8 out of 10 signals were wrong. Eventually, I asked for my remaining funds to be returned. They denied and told me to take the bonus. I did. Then, they gave me two trades and told me to put most of my money into them. They were wrong and now I have an empty account. Their trade signals are meant to make you lose so you never get your money out.

    • streetar

      I deposited Thursday night to trade after the NFPR on Friday. When I tried to trade on Friday I had nothing but blank screen on the asset side of the platform, tried live chat, does not exist, it only lets you send a message, I called three different times and held five minutes each time before hanging up.
      I sent four different messages to their famous customer support over the next 12 hours and still have not heard a thing. It is 1pm CDT now on Saturday and of course, nothing.
      All reviews state how their customer service is top priority, these are obviously all written by affiliates.
      I put in to withdraw my deposit, so I will see how that goes.

      If anyone knows a broker for we US traders that is trustworthy please let me know, I have tried so many, most manipulate trades after you have a little success.

    • Lorenzo

      Never Take signals from a Broker, also make sure your fully educated and have a game plan before you trade at all.

    • John

      This is exactly what happened to me with Boss Capital. I deposited 5K & lost it all in a week. Save yourself the sleepness nights having to tell your wife, finance or girlfriend that you blew your hard earned money because of a consecutive amount of losing streaks. I’m still suffering from my lost one of the worst decisions i ever made.

    • philip.

      Maybe if you do the opposite of every ‘signal’ they give you, you might just make a profit. LOL. But seriously, no one ever wins from gambling. From the sweat off your brow shall you earn your bread i.e. get a real job.