“JTtrader isn’t to be trusted in no conditions, if you are thinking of investing on their platform you should have a rethink and if you fell victim already and willing to get back your money, I can personally take you through the steps you can take to identify a scam and how to deal with the situation. Please feel free to contact wavefinancialservices AT protonmail,com for free consultation.”
“Investment fraud is growing hugely and I advice the public to stay away from these fraudulent companies. For those who are victims to this scams like myself, I strongly recommend you to approach an Ethical Hacker. I invested almost $270000 and was unable to get my hard earn money back from an Jttrader that kept demanding for more deposits. WolfpackHackers , com has successfully recovered investment for their clients. I have hired them as well and they did not disappoint, they recovered all of my money at no upfront cost. If you are also a victim,
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“JTTrader.com is not authorised to provide financial services according to the supervisory authoritys in EEA (31 countrys in Europa), USA, Canada, Australia or everywhere else.
JTtrader.com is completely illegal and therefore takes no responsibility for how your investments are handled. Your money is completely unprotected in such a company.
If you want to be sure what other people think of this company, I suggest you search for "jttrader fraud". You will find very scary information about them. As you know, companies can buy a free number of 5 star reviews anytime on the web. Reviews can no longer be trusted.”
“Beware of jttrader.com
Early in 2019 I was cold called by jttrader.com and after a very long conversation they persuaded me to make a small investment in Cryptocurrency Stock Market Trading. I paused to do my google search for jttrader.com. and was unable to find any feedback. So I decided to start with the minimum investment of $500usd ($706.33aud) We conversed via Skype regularly & the supervisor, Roger Forest (I believe the names are fake) taught me a lot regarding Stock Market Trading. It was not long before they were on my case for a further investment of $7500aud. I was skeptical about the legitimacy of this organization due to several warning signs & I decided to consult my financial manager who advised me to avoid further investment, but foolishly I decided I would trust them and to go ahead. Fortunately for me due to a piece of bad advice from the account manager Roger Forest, I transferred the funds into my credit card account to then try to transfer to jttrader.com via the finance side (Jupiter - maybe also fake) but luckily for me it failed. The account manager became enraged with me blaming me for the failure after my advising him that this would not work because it exceeded my card limit. He then gave me the silent treatment for weeks. At least I still have the $7500 investment; had it gone through it would also have been a total loss. Up to this stage I have not received a red cent from my primary investment. I proceeded to again (3rd or 4th time) to request my funds to be returned but nothing occurred but total silence from jttrader.com! No one would answer my Skype's request for a conversation!
I decided to put feedback in via Trustpilot with a warning to others about the dangers of using jttrader.com. It was not long after jttrader.com recontacted me with big promises of capital returns from my investment and asked me to remove my feedback on the Trustpilot site. which I foolishly did because I thought there may be a chance of redeeming my loss. I was put with a new account manager shortly after anther account manager followed by another. All of these gave me big promises. Then the last one (Max Foster) assured me he would start by sending me monthly funds of $150 Australian dollars commencing January 2020. AGAIN another false promise and nothing received and I am now back to the silent treatment and a no contact stage! I want to iterate to all potential victims/customers, P L E A S E stay away from jttrader.com and look for a legitimate trading company. Speak to a financial manager to determine who is legitimate. I now realize the 6k euro in my account in jttrader.com is lost for ever & that includes my investment of $500usd. jttrader.com are mainly American staff who claim they operate out of London also claim they are affiliated to a big bank in London. For all I know they could be operating out of Timbuktu! Since this feedback I have had many other trading companies call looking for me to invest with them but due to being duped by jttrader.com I no longer trust any of them.
jttrader claim in their response below that they refunded me in April 2019! there has never been any form of reimbursement whatsoever. There was a gift from RF (Account Manager) of $54.12 au for my wife & myself to go out for a meal. This was to butter me up for the $7500 investment. I have hard core proof of the whole shameful mess. Don’t believe the response to my review from jttrader.com this is how they work! There has never been a reimbursement! I will allow auditors to examine my financials, will jttrader do the same
28/03/2020 Reply from jttrader is that my account was a demo account! Never had they ever said this was a demo account. I was told it was a beginners account with $500usd minimum input. Now they are trying to have this review removed. This is exactly how they maintain a good review rating. Trustpilot please do not let this dishonest organization remove this feedback.
Since writing this review I found Reviews.io which confirms my finding they are Scammers see --Anonymous --- review”
I have been scammed by JTtrader. According to Max Foster and Sean Green, JTtrader, an employee called Roger Forest has stolen all my money and left the UK.
Sean Green claims a Police investigation is going on, but when I checked it with the Police Department in London, they deny his statement.
When I confronted Sean Green and asked for Roger Forest real name, he protected Roger instead of helping me. Sean wouldn´t provide me Roger Forest real name.
The Police said to me “they all use fake names, so it will be difficult to trace them”
When I first joined them, they claimed they were regulated by Cysec and ASIC. I felt secure with that and deposit more and more money during last spring.
When they updated their web site last summer, the regulations disappeared, and so my trust for them. Believe it or not, but their “regulations” was I lie. Cysec said they have never been regulated.
To my surprise, JTtrader now claim they are a sub brand to AlphaFX limited, and they publish AlphaFX´s regulation number at their web site.
This is just another attempt to pretend they are regulated.
FCA claims there is no such registration in their registry and JTtrader has still no authority to provide anyone with financial services.
JTtrader claims they are registered in the US.
According to US Department of State JTtrader Financial Services LTD with registration number 25560 wrote “The Department of State has no record of a corporation or business entity with the name JTTrader Financial Services LTD., so this “ company” doesn´t exists.
It´s just a web site!
Search for (JTtrader information)”
“I published this article on Trustpilot and they removed it after a few minutes, as they do with all critical reviews, people have written regarding JTtrader.com.
Trustpilot collaborates with JTtrader in their criminal activity and let JTtrader.com continue their “business” as if nothing had happened.
Read the article from Canada Compliance Update below in full here. We have copied it so that it will not disappear before you have read it;
BCSC Says “Global” Platform For Institutional and Retail Clients Operating Without a License
On February 26, 2020, the BCSC announced that JT Trader Financial Services Ltd. was serving residents of British Columbia without a license to do so. According to their website, JT Trader is an online foreign exchange broker that offers cutting-edge trading tools to institutional and retail clients globally.
Who Is Impacted?
Financial service providers offering foreign exchange, virtual asset, or fintech solutions serving audiences in multiple states (United States), provinces (Canada), or countries (Global). Risk managers for online payment services and money transfer businesses – such as Meastro, Visa, Mastercard, and WebMoney who serve JT Trader – will need to identify and reassess their own risk in doing business with and enabling these transactions for JT Trader.
Why This Matters?
According to the BCSC, JT Trader was operating out of Toronto, in the Canadian province of Ontario. Ontario is regulated by the OSC (Ontario Securities Commission). Both BCSC and OSC are members of the CSA (Canadian Securities Administrators). Due to the nature of JT Trader’s business, they will need to secure regulatory approval from every provincial regulator where they have at least one user.
JT Trader’s actions have placed the company on several international watchlists and adverse media lists. Companies who serve JT Trader will need to complete risk assessments to determine if they can continue to support their business activity.
Compliance teams should consider whether their AML tools can easily identify what jurisdiction their user is from, and whether they are legally able to serve the user.
If the proper licences are in place and the user is accepted, the KYC and AML procedures need to meet the regulatory requirements of the user’s jurisdiction. An intelligent AML program should enforce country-specific workflows for user authentication, identity verification, document verification, risk screening, and data privacy.
Business managers should ensure their compliance teams are not wasting money and resources on users from jurisdictions that the company is not able to serve and, subsequently, should not be onboarding.”
“JTtrader is nothing but a lie. I'm certain this was just a video game to them. I was played and pushed to invest. How I wish The Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (Finansinspektionen or FI) published this warning about JTtrader earlier. It's published here on Forexbrokerz( just search "The Swedish Finansinspektionen warns against JTtrader on Forexbrokerz") 150,000 was taken from me. I couldn't let that go. I had to find a way to get my money back from JTrader. With help of Retrieve Hub team online;admin AT Retrievehub DOT Org) I was able to get the right guidelines towards a successful chargeback. The likes of Sean Green, Roger forest and Max Foster are meant to be jailed forever.”
“Is your money safe?
Published: 03 April 2020 | Print | Email
JTtrader.com doesn´t take responsibility for………
Sean Green JTtrader.com takes no responsibility for their employee Roger Forests criminal activity. Roger Forest stole all our money and fled the country according to another guy named Max Foster, JTtrader.com.
Sean Green claims there is a Police investigation going on concerning Roger Forest, and Sean claims he been heard two times in this matter.
We checked his statement. According to the Police Department in London, there is no investigation, going on against Roger Forest right now. The Police couldn´t find Roger Forest nor Sean Green in any ongoing investigation. The Police says, “they usually state fake names and you must know their real names to take it further”.
I asked Sean Green if he could provide me Roger Forest real name, but he refused to respond. Why do you think he didn´t respond to us? These guys are managing your money and your accounts!
JTtrader.com takes no responsibility in such a situation and protects its investors when their employees steal money. They say it is a matter between you and the employee. In this case Roger Forest.
Do you really dare to hand over your money to jttrader.com?”
“I have lost money to different brokers and know how frustrating it is to keep having your withdrawals declined due to one reason or the other till you lose all your money one way or another on the platform. If you are having challenges getting back your money from a broker you should contact Mr Bart Kasch via BartKasch AT Affiliaterecovery DOT com. He has helped me alot of times and can be trusted”