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EZTrader Signs Partnership Deal with Everton

16/03/2015  Comments (13)  jump
Everton have announced EZTrader Inc as the Club's Official Online Trading Partner after striking a deal until May 2017.

EZTrader will benefit from advertising at all domestic cup games played at Goodison Park and host exclusive content on

EZTrader offers 24/7 trading on more than 120 assets, including commodities, stocks, currency pairs and indexes. The organisation boasts one of the most secure, reliable and user-friendly trading platforms, providing customers with a huge selection of trading options.

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Colin Glassar
1 Posted 16/03/2015 at 08:35:55
So EFC announce a deal with EZTrader, some binary option trader (whatever the hell that is), the first such deal in English football.

I Googled them to see who and what they are and there are a few people out there who say this company is a scam. I donÂ’t know as I donÂ’t have the facts but the person named as the contact, at the very bottom, caught my attention: Luther Pendragon...

Luther Pendragon? King ArthurÂ’s dad? WhoÂ’s their CEO? Merlin the Wizard?
Very dubious...

Patrick Murphy
2 Posted 17/03/2015 at 14:49:24
WGM Services Ltd appear to be their holding company who are or were based in Cyprus not a great deal of information about them really.
Nick Entwistle
3 Posted 17/03/2015 at 15:12:41
What does a partnership deal do anyway? Do they give money, and what for?
Roger Helm
4 Posted 17/03/2015 at 22:04:30
Loads of negative reviews from people who say they have been ripped off. They say they invested money and never saw it again.

This firm trades, or bets, on the trends of prices of shares, commodities, currencies etc. Financial parasites, in other words.

WTF is our club doing, getting involved with this type of operation?

John Gee
5 Posted 17/03/2015 at 22:12:18
Nice to see our class showing. The sooner this board fuck off the better.

Anyway, let me be the first to say WHY HAVE YOU NOT GIVEN TERRY LEAHY A PLACE ON THE BOARD!!

Bargain basement mentality the lot of them.

Finn Taylor
6 Posted 17/03/2015 at 22:27:00
Soon as the board go... there is NO BOARD.
Steve Carse
7 Posted 17/03/2015 at 22:51:48
John (5), why would you want to do that? He got us into the Kirkby fiasco. He left Tesco on the downward slope after his ill-advised expansion into the States and elsewhere. ThereÂ’ll be better business heads out there than him. But then Bill probably wouldnÂ’t want anyone too clued up.
Andy Crooks
8 Posted 17/03/2015 at 22:59:40
I found some Info on this firm, unfortunately I havenÂ’t the first clue what it means. I donÂ’t think they are involved in what my old dad would have called Â’honest toilÂ’.
John Gee
9 Posted 18/03/2015 at 11:27:21
Steve, 7,

He oversaw TescoÂ’s rise into the powerhouse it is through extension into other markets. When he left them they were in a strong position. If the North American expansion doesnÂ’t work, I donÂ’t really see how blame can be attributed to his business acumen. It was natural for the company to try.

The DK thing was a hard-headed business depiction that could have benefited both parties and exploring this option made sense along those lines. DonÂ’t get me wrong, IÂ’m glad we never went there.

But my point, which youÂ’re ignoring, is about us signing deals and partnerships with very low-calibre of businesses. Perhaps this could be improved by, I donÂ’t know, employing someone who understands business.

Joe Foster
10 Posted 18/03/2015 at 12:14:02
Cyprus is a good place to hide money and limit your exposure to paying taxes in the UK. It is all legal but very underhand.

What next? EFC Sign partnership deal with Sicilian family orientated business...

Steve Carse
11 Posted 18/03/2015 at 12:31:17
John, I appreciate what you say but he was developing Tesco when the general economic boom of the decade before he resigned meant he could hardly fail to deliver. As soon as things got a bit tougher economically and he decided to take the company into foreign ventures then it was downhill all the way. He jumped ship of course before all this became too obvious.
Dave Abrahams
12 Posted 18/03/2015 at 13:49:07
Finn (6), Finn you say there is no board a million times, it doesnÂ’t get through to the majority of Evertonians. We are run by a man who has put Everton FC in a very, very poor financial position since he took charge of the club.

We will never be a top club again while this man runs the club.

John Gee
13 Posted 18/03/2015 at 15:21:30
I'm sorry, perhaps I shouldn't say board and instead just list every single job description that I obviously was aiming my sights at.

Or maybe we should have a 'report anal attentiveness' button.

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