In response to investors demand, WikiFX visited the broker TRADE.COM
last May and found that its claimed address in Cyprus was fake.
Moreover, the complaints from investors are pouring into the exposure
platform of WikiFX. They highly suspect TRADE.COM of manipulating forex
trading behind the scene. Many investors thus have blacklisted it. What
exactly was going on？To get more news about Expert 24 Trade, you can visit wikifx news official website.
After the field investigation on TRADE.COM, WikiFX rated it as poor and warns investors against facile deposit.
One of the complainants told WikiFX that he was mildly interested in TRADE.COM at first. To begin with, he set up a virtual account on its platform for observation and more information. “I never expected the platform to be so disordered that it can screw up a virtual account.”
The above two pictures show the price trends of sweet crude oil on TRADE.COM and an authoritative platform respectively, which were both shared by the complainant. By comparison, he observed that even for the same crude oil futures, the data in the two platforms actually differs by at least 0.3 points.
The complainant said that: “The difference is large. Apparently, TRADE.COM is fixing the prices and thereby deceiving investors.” Fortunately, his account is just a virtual one, otherwise the losses may be considerable.
TRADE.COM is currently under CySEC's normal supervision. Nevertheless, WikiFX alerts investors to the risks of this broker considering the increasing complaints recently. WikiFX also reminds investors to check the authenticity of a broker‘s license, regulatory information and market data before choosing the broker. Click WikiFX APP to check broker’s qualification now.
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