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    • 5-10 years
    • Regulated in Cyprus
    • Market Making(MM)
    • MT4/5 full license
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    Finalto (BVI) Ltd

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    Ritter House, Wickhams Cay II, Road Town, Tortola, VG1110, British Virgin Islands

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    Brokers Markets.com Provides An Exceptionally Personal CFD Trading Experience

    Markets.com, a comprehensively developed trading platform, has introduced its VIP services to traders as well as investors according to WikiFX. On Markets.com, the CFD Trading section provides users with complete control over expert analysis with world-class trading tools and empowering features.

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    Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission

    Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CYSEC)

    The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) was established in accordance with section 5 of the Securities and Exchange Commission (Establishment and Responsibilities) Law of 2001 as a public legal entity. It is an independent public supervisory Authority responsible for the supervision of the investment services market, transactions in transferable securities carried out in the Republic of Cyprus and the collective investment and asset management sector. It also supervises the firms offering administrative services which do not fall under the supervision of ICPAC and the Cyprus Bar Association.

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      148, Strovolos Avenue, 4th Floor, Strovolos CY-2048 Nicosia

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      + 357 22 232 248
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    Australia Securities & Investment Commission (ASIC)

    The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is an independent Australian government body that acts as Australia's corporate regulator, which was established on 1 July 1998 following recommendations from the Wallis Inquiry. ASIC's role is to enforce and regulate company and financial services laws to protect Australian consumers, investors and creditors. ASIC's authority and scope were determined by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act, 2001.

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      Level 29, 85 Castlereagh Street, SYDNEY NSW 2000

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    British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission (FSC)

    The enactment of the Financial Services Commission Act in December 2001 established the British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission (FSC) as an autonomous regulatory authority responsible for the permission, regulation, supervision of all financial services in and from within the BVI, which includes insurance, banking, fiduciary services, trustee business, company management, investment business, and insolvency services, as well as the registration of companies, limited partnerships and intellectual property. Since 2002, FSC assumed the responsibility for functions previously carried out by the Government through the Financial Services Department. FSC, as financial services regulator, is also responsible for promoting public understanding of the financial system and its products, policing the perimeter of regulated activity, reducing financial crime, and preventing market abuse.

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      Finalto (BVI) Limited

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    1. What is pyramid scheme complaint?
    With the continuous development of the forex market, more and more Ponzi schemes have poured in, and global investors have suffered greatly. WikiFX has set up a complaint channel in order to ensure the funds security and prevent more scams. We sincerely invite foreign exchange investors to report such fraud platforms and jointly purify the market environment!
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    Markets.com · Company summary


      Markets.com was created in 2008 to offer seamless trading and investments in financial markets across the globe. As part of TradeTech Markets (BVI) Ltd, a constituent of Playtech, a FTSE 250 listed company, they have the knowledge, the scale and the resources to continually raise the bar for their clients in the world of financial trading. Markets.com is an online forex and CFD broker. Markets.com began serving retail traders in 2008. Today Markets.com forms part of Finalto Limited (formerly TradeTech Group), a constituent of Playtech PLC and a FTSE 250 listed company.


      Market.com was regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) at the Australian with the regulatory license number of 424008.


      The broker offers a range of assets and markets:

      · 67 forex major, minor and exotic currency pairs

      · 2,000 shares on major global companies

      · 40 major stock indices

      · 25 cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and Ripple

      · 28 commodities, including metals and energies

      · 13 stock blends of large companies

      · 66 ETFs

      · 4 bonds

      · Spread betting (UK residents only)

      · Share Dealing (CySEC / EU Only)


      Spreads at Markets.com are very competitive. The average spreads for the EUR/USD (0.7) and GBP/USD (1.3 pips) are very good for example. Note that exact spreads will vary based on numerous factors.

      Markets.com no longer charges commission, but may charge a daily rollover fee for positions held overnight (which is standard practice).

      Also, slippage, the difference between the expected price and the price at execution, can move against a trader, especially during periods of high volatility.


      Markets.com does offer leveraged trading. The amount of leverage offered to EU traders was severely limited during the summer of 2018 by the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA).

      With that in mind, leverage levels for traders from the UK and Europe go up to 30:1 while in Africa and elsewhere the maximum leverage available climbs to 300:1.

      ASIC in Australia also recently capped leverage to a maximum of 1:30.


      The account types available at Markets.com are:

      · Retail – This is the standard live trading account that most users sign up for. The retail account gets you access to over 2200 tradable assets when trading CFDs with Marketsx and more than 7000 stocks when share dealing with Marketsi.

      · Professional – This is for professionals investing over $500,000. Additional leverage is available with a professional account.

      An Islamic-friendly account that operates in line with the Islamic Sharia Principle of interest-free trading is also available.


      Deposit methods at Markets.com are:

      · Debit & credit cards – Available everywhere

      · Bank wire transfer – Available everywhere

      · Skrill/Neteller – Not available in the UK

      · PayPal – Available in Europe only

      · Ideal – Available in Europe only

      · Sofort – Available in Europe only


      Markets.com does offer a free demo account. Funded with simulated money, their practice account is a fantastic opportunity to test drive a platform and explore intraday trading.


      · Marketsx

      · Marketsi

      · MetaTrader 4 & 5


      The brokers opening and trading hours are fairly industry standard. For example, all major FX pairs will be available from Sunday 22:05 GMT through until 21:55 Friday GMT.


      Customer support is available in over 10 languages, 24/5. You can get in touch via email, telephone, live chat, or through an online query form.


      Markets.com accepts traders from Australia, Thailand, United Kingdom, South Africa, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Italy, Denmark, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Luxembourg, Qatar and most other countries.

      Traders cannot use Markets.com from Russian Federation, Brazil, Japan, United States, Canada, Belgium, Israel, Turkey, New Zealand, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Hong Kong, Puerto Rico, Singapore, India.

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    Foreign exchange, precious metals and over-the-counter (OTC) contracts are leveraged products, which have high risks and may lead to losses of your investment principal. Please invest rationally.

    Special Note, the content of the Wikifx site is for information purposes only and should not be construed as investment advice. The Forex broker is chosen by the client. The client understands and takes into account all risks arising with Forex trading is not relevant with WikiFX, the client should bear full responsibility for their consequences.