Is Richmond Super a scam? Richmond Super

By Allan Marsh, from Australia, February 3, 2021 at 05:06 AM

I have recently invested a large sum of money with this company that offer several different services, including Forex Trading and arbitrage trading. I am now concerned that I can’t find them as a regulated broker, but they are not on your avoid list. They are based in London, according to several online reviews. There are many favourable personal reviews but there are also others saying “stay clear, they are a scam.” It worries me that there are such comments, seeing I have a rather large sum of money in an account on their site. Can you investigate and tell me whether I have made a grave error in trusting the accounts manager in investing funds. If they are a scam, they have a very top notch website, and personel that are very skilled in their performance. If they are not legit, warnings should be sent to all regulating authorities. Thank you for your assistance.

Answer: Hi Allan Marsh,

We have done some research and can definitely say that Richmond Super cannot be trusted. It is an offshore unregulated Forex broker. And the lack of regulation is the main red flag in our case. Unfortunately, a bunch of good reviews on the net and a good-looking website do not guarantee anything when the broker is not regulated. especially, when this broker does not provide any information about the company behind the brand’s name, as well as its address and regulatory information.

What we managed to find is that the terms and conditions state Richmond Super is under the jurisdiction of the courts of St. Vincent & Grenadines. It is now clear the broker is registered offshore and traders funds are not protected by any proper regulator. We have covered all the reasons such brokers should be avoided in our article Forex Trading: Why Avoid Brokers from St Vincent & The Grenadines. This is the reason why we always ask traders to avoid unregulated brokers and do a proper research before investing. The lack of information (or false information) about the broker’s regulation, trading conditions, and contact details should be the biggest red flag for those who plan to invest with the entity.

We would recommend you to immediately stop investing and trading with this broker and try to withdraw your funds, because you may get into trouble.



7 responses to “Is Richmond Super a scam?”

  1. I invested with Richmond Super and wanted to withdraw my money as they kept wanting me to put more money in. To withdraw funds you have to supply them with colour copies of both sides of your drivers licence, similar for credit card and a copy of my utility bill.
    As I did not want to do this they won’t release my funds, beware of these scammers.

  2. I just gave Richmond super my name, email and phone numbet on the register now button, and in less than a minute someone called me trying to convince me to open a link in my email, and she said the minimum deposit for trading is US$250. I refused to go ahead, and she said she will call back later but I should not waste time as I may lose my spot.

  3. The only thing “Super” about them is the SCAM. Whatever money you put into their hands will be lost. My engagement was only EUR 250.00 and I guess they need that more than I do. Constant calls, all day, promises of riches, auto-trading, leveraging wins to counter losses, the whole nine yards. It felt weird, but I read a (paid for) advert in a local online magazine which was, as they say, too good to be true. Caveat emptor and trust your gut

  4. Scammers
    Took the money and passed our name around to other scammers emails and phone calls galore
    Did anybody manage to get any money back
    Thanks Gail

  5. Hi there, after being conned into putting in $500 rather than $250, with promises of an immediate 20% bonus, I found some very critical reviews and obviously wanted out. I had to spend literally HOURS arguing, begging and insisting that my funds be returned. The staff were so rude, arrogant and belligerent, and fortunately I was able to get most of my money back (but not all). To do that the supposed manager I was talking to wanted to see all my accounts (online), which I wouldn’t agree to. All in all a horrible con job. STAY AWAY!!!

  6. I have just been scammed. I invested $1750 AUD and lost it all. I have given them photos of ID and cards (so stupid) I am very worried that they will be able to steal identity as well. What can I do?

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