GVD Markets serious slippage, return my hard-earned money.


Last week, there was significant slippage when trading Ethereum. Order number 6658757 executed at 3814.89, but closed at 3783, a price not seen in the market. It caused a stop-out spike.

My account 623623 experienced severe slippage during an Ethereum transaction last week. The order number 6658757 was executed at a price of 3814.89, but it closed at 3783, a price that did not even exist in the market. Both OKEx, Binance, and Exness did not have this quote at that time. The platform insists that the price was normal. Are you saying your own false spikes are normal? This is a pure scam platform outright robbing users.

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