Want to Trade with TradeMax? Read This First!
TradeMax obviously knows that many would-be traders are advised to check a broker’s license before opening an account. That must be the reason they seem desperate to tell people they have a license from ASIC. Unfortunately, there are many fake positive reviews online that repeat this untruth. However, TradeMax has no license from the ASIC and probably none from other regulators. We could find nothing on the ASIC site. The license it shows on the review is not an ASIC brokerage license, but a company license–two very different things.
Is TradeMax a Scam or Legitimate?
The company that has run TradeMax goes under different names. We won’t bore you with all of them, except to say companies that change their identities are usually frauds. Time and time again, TradeMax victims have identified its favorite method. It creates fake social media identities that meet people and chats them up with the promise of friendship or romance. Instead, they encourage people to trade on their phony platform. If one request doesn’t work, they keep charming people and trying. This is ridiculous and of course, no real broker does this.
We Found Problems with TradeMax:
- Not regulated
- Lies about license
- Fake positive reviews
- Hits people up on social media
- No transparency
- No contact information
What You Should Do If You Have an Account with TradeMax?
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!