The following is the investor's complaint against Alpha Markets (Central Clearing Ltd) .
Complaint details: https://www.fxgecko.net/en_US/complaint/9381.html
FxGecko APP data shows that Alpha Markets' website was created in November 2022 and its website claims that Alpha Markets is regulated by the FSC in Mauritius, but there is no information about Alpha Markets' license on the official website of the FSC.
In other words, Alpha Markets is a new (high-risk), fraudulent platform without a legal license to conduct foreign exchange business (high-risk).
If you trade with them, your money and personal information will not be safe.
Such trading platforms masquerading as legitimate Forex brokers usually falsify trading data, and the hundredfold earnings surge in your account is not real, but a bait for them to trick you into making a deposit, and their target is your principal.
Therefore, FxGecko warns you that you should always be cautious when you come across investment opportunities that promise high returns with little to no risk. These are likely to be scams.
Furthermore, any trading platform that requires you to pre-deposit funds or pay additional fees such as taxes and margin before you can withdraw your funds is a scam. Please do not invest any more money.
If you are also a victim of an Alpha Markets scam, FxGecko recommends that you immediately save all evidence such as all trades, money transfer records, their website/company information, all your correspondence/emails with them.
Then tell us what country/region you are in so we can advise where to report the scam.
Since Alpha Markets' website shows its address in the USA, you can first report the scam to the following:
1.FBI via IC3：
2.CFTC - Commodity Futures Trading Commission：
3.FINRA - the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority：
4.FTC - Federal Trade Commission：
5.SEC - U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission：
Reminder: Be wary of "recovery companies" that promise to help you get your money back, especially if you have to pay a fee in advance, which is a "recovery scam".
Click here to recognize common investment trading scams to avoid being scammed.
Click here to see how to check if a broker is safe and what to do if you encounter a scam broker.
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