Anytrades claims to be one of the best CFD providers in the world with an innovative award-winning trading platform. This Forex brokerage company provides a wide range of trading options, platforms, and strategies for investors in today’s exciting and rapidly expanding Foreign Exchange Market. AnyTrades offers Contracts for Difference (CFDs) on 5 different asset classes: Forex, Shares, Indices, Futures, Commodities.

Is AnyTrades a scam or legit broker?

No, it is not safe to trade with AnyTrades as it is an offshore entity. AnyTrades © is authorised, licensed and regulated by the VFSC (Registration N: 14691), which means AnyTrades is an offshore company registered in Vanuatu and registered with a Vanuatu Financial Services Commission license.

Vanuatu is the easiest jurisdiction to open a brokerage, as the opening requires the company to submit a register online, prove initial established capital which is $2,000 only, to pay a fee, and within 2-3 month, the firm is crisp and registered. Therefore, it became an offshore zone for shady forex brokers such as FX NextGen, Titan FX and more. 

As to the broker’s VFSC license, from our source, it costs €24,000 per year to become a member. However, there is no handbook or guidelines for brokers to run their business. Therefore, there is zero protection for traders. You can read more about Forex Trading: Why Avoid Brokers from Vanuatu in our article. 

Also, the broker claims to have offices in Denmark, Liechtenstein, Gibraltar and Malta. However, the firm is not regulated in these countries and is not allowed to offer financial services. All the reputable brokers in Europe have licenses from such popular authorities as German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority, Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority or Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission.

Last, but not least, the awards mentioned on the website are fake as there are no such nominations and this broker was never nominated for any Forex award.

We advise all investors and traders to avoid AnyTrades and other brokers from Vanuatu. Traders should trade with well-regulated brokers such as UK brokers or brokers in Australia and reliable brokers such as Alpari and FXTM.

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