Want to Trade with Stock Harbour? Read This First!
Stock Harbour’s name is strange. Not only do we fail to see how a harbor can be related to trading, but the British spelling of “Harbour” seems inconsistent with its attempt to suggest it has a U.S. location. It tries to flatter the SEC, presumably to lead people to believe it has an SEC license. On its webpage, we see:
Stock Harbour Investment manages and supports the Commission (SEC) in its mission to protect investors, maintain fair, orderly, efficient transactions and facilitate capital information.”
Since when does a broker “manage” and an unlicensed fake broker “support” a major regulator’s mission? If it really did so, it would apply for an SEC license.
Is Stock Harbour a Scam or Legitimate?
This impression of a connection with the SEC should fail if anyone does a Google Search. Stock Harbour has been flagged as a potential scam by the SEC and has even been issued with a Cease and Desist order from the SEC. Stock Harbour is commanded to stop its operations because of misleading customers and misappropriating funds. This is definitely not a broker that anyone should even think about trading with. It has apparently ceased operations, but like many broker scams, it may reappear in a different form.
We Found Problems with Stock Harbour:
- Not regulated
- Cease and Desist order from the SEC
- Fake guarantees
- Confirmed broker scam
- No transparency
- No contact information
What You Should Do If You Have an Account with Stock Harbour?
You should close your account immediately and demand a withdrawal. If you do not receive a withdrawal, contact CryptoCoinTrace experts. We consult with clients, advise them on claims and have the tools and methods to track down your funds. The sooner talk to us, the greater the chances of a successful claim!