Thanks for waiting.
I have looked at the website. It is an unregulated binary options site. I've tracked the home page back to September 25, 2014. Before that, the domain was not registered by the same folks and was not a binary options site. So this is a relatively new binary options broker. They come and go with regularity, which is part of the problem.
The site registrant is using a private proxy service from Luxembourg to hide the owner and actual location. And the site is set to expire in 6 more months.
The site itself says that they are owned by RedTulips, Ltd, which is a UK company registered in September 2014. However, although this company was registered with Companies House, the government agency that keeps the annual tax filings and business records for every UK company, and would thus appear to be legitimate, Companies House is looking to remove it from its register for its failure to comply with its filings requirement.
Scammers will often pay to register a company lawfully, because it's cheap enough and easy enough to do and would lend to the credibility of a new company. However, they don't intend to stick around long, just to take money and run, so they don't comply with the government regulations are removed from the register of lawful businesses. By then, of course, the damage that they do is pretty much done.
Many, many different forex and binary brokers claim to be at that same address 1a, Arcade House, Temple Fortune, London, as claimed by Cherry Trade. None is really there. The address is virtual. So if they won't honor their contract, you're going to have a big problem finding then to hold them accountable.
More to come...