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Shocking support


dylan1234

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I've been on hold for over an hour this morning, waiting for support, but nothing so I hung up. No chat facility. Two trades not triggered, probably another 3 or 4 over the last fortnight. But can't get through to anyone. Hold doesn't even give you an estimated waiting time. Anyone else experiencing same c**p service? Recommendations for other spread brokers please....

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They took a £2000 deposit and have since swiftly locked me out of my account.

Can't get through to resolve.

Can't trade, can't trade elsewhere as funds to IG.

Protecting the big boys.

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