Is Trader.Online Sam or Legit Broker?

Trader.Online is a 100% fraud company. The broker is registered offshore and does not hold any proper license from a well-known reliable financial regulator. It is NOT SAFE to trade Trader.Online. We never advise trading with an offshore broker, since the financial investment service they deliver is not trustable. 

  • In order to ensure that a certain entity that provides investment services in financial instruments is authorized to carry out the said activity in a certain country, one should consult the lists of authorized financial intermediaries that usually can be found on the regulators’ websites. We recommend checking the registers of the most reliable regulators, such as the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the UK or the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA)

About Trader.Online
🗺️ Registered inMarshall Islands
🗺️ Type of LicenseOffshore License
🛡️ Is Trader.Online safe to tradeNo
🗺️ Recommended LicensesFCA in UK 🇬🇧 & ASIC in Australia 🇦🇺
🖥 Alternative BrokerIC Markets - licensed by ASIC in Australia

What is Trader.Online?

Trader.Online is an offshore broker that offers Forex and CFDs trading on commodities, stocks, indices, and crypto coins. According to the broker’s website, the financial services are provided by IVY Capital company number 86281 with registered office: Trust Company Complex, Ajeltake Road, Ajeltake Island, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands.

  • The website is operated by DDK Ltd company number 205094347, with a registered office and operational address: Sofia, Bulgaria. However, the company is not licensed by the Bulgarian Financial Supervision Commission, so offshore registration is the only one the broker has. It means the broker cannot guarantee the safety of the client’s funds and cannot offer the same level of protection as other regulated entities. It is a common case for most offshore-registered brokers, and that is why we always recommend avoiding such companies.
  • In addition, Trader.Online has recently been blacklisted by the Portuguese Securities Market Commission:
    “The Portuguese Securities Market Commission (CMVM) issues a warning for investors to the fact that TRADER.ONLINE (www.trader.online) is not authorized to carry out any type of financial intermediation activity in Portugal, under Article 295 (1) paragraphs a) and b) of the Portuguese Securities Code.”

Trader.Online Review Conclusion

We strongly advise all investors and traders to avoid Trader.Online and other brokers from the Marshall Islands. Traders should trade with well-regulated brokers such as UK brokers or brokers in Australia and reliable brokers such as FP Markets and eToro.

  • Overall ranking and experience for Trader.Online is Negative

Trader.Online Update

Based on our findings, the Trader.Online website is inactive. This means the broker has muted its trading offering and does not operate. However, we recommend avoiding and staying alert in case of any proposals. 

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9 responses to “Trader.Online”

  1. Hi all

    I am one of the victims that have been scamed by trader.online

    I have notice the problem when I wanted to make a withdraw on my account after I have asked them to please removed me from the algorhythm system. because I found it to be very slowley in a period of 16 months of the linking my account ti the system cold algo.

    For the whole 16 months with algo the system only generated $4600 +$1500 which was the so called a bonus (credit)on my account .

    On Feb 2020 I requested to cancelled the algo it them took three months for the cancellation to be procesed .then on June 2020 I started to trade on my own,I tell you in the short period on +-30 days I had accumulated about $20.000 on my account and I then requested a withdrawal of $10.000 on my balance , am telling it was a problem they told me to first reach a turnover bonus of 250 lots in order to be able to make any withdrawal from my account .

    I then carried on accumulated more provits on my account up to$62000 that was last month august 2020 and I was declined for withdrawal .

  2. Has the platform been shut down now? I tried to get to their platform and Chrome says it takes too long and so did Firefox.

  3. Hi Tim yes looks like it. I report these guys also to the local authorities here in The Netherlands.
    But i/m affraid the moneys gone.

  4. Same is with Ugochange.com. that crap is same as this website you’ve fallen for. STAY. AWAY. And let everybody know about it.

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