Today in our increasingly digital world, it can be easy to fall prey to online scams which is why cybersecurity is so important. At Simpler, we take this matter very seriously, so we wanted to provide you with some resources to help. 

Please note, Simpler Trading’s traders and employees will NEVER manage or offer to manage a customer or individual’s binary options, options, stocks, cryptocurrencies, currencies, futures, forex, or any financial markets or securities account. If someone claiming to represent or be associated with Simpler Trading directly solicits you for money, do not provide any personal information, and contact us immediately at [email protected]

Below are 3 simple precautions to take, but please note this list is in no way exhaustive. For more complete information on how to protect yourself from scammers, read the FBI’s tips on Scams and Safety here.

  1. Always confirm the sender’s identity before replying to ANY email requests or social media messages and before opening attachments or clicking on links even if they appear to come from a legitimate source such as Simpler Trading or a trader affiliated with our company.
  2. If you’re using a business email, always report any scamming attempts to your Information Technology Department.
  3. If you’re ever unsure, don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected] to validate communications originating from Simpler Trading. Our customer support team will happily assist you.

Below is an example of a fraudulent request: 

Below are our trader’s social media profiles: 

John Carter
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Henry Gambell


Bruce Marshall

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Danielle Shay


Raghee Horner

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TG Watkins

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Allison Ostrander

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David Starr


Joe Rokop