AnyTrades.com – is it Scam or Safe?

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AnyTrades acts as an STP forex broker and is authorized and regulated by the Vanuatu Financial Services Commission (VFSC). As an STP (Straight Through Processing) broker, the company is not a counterparty to customer transactions, and they are immediately processed on the interbank market. This means that AnyTrades makes money from the spreads and commissions only.

Founded in 2016 by the professional forex traders and financial experts, the company has already won three prestigious awards in the forex world. Moreover, AnyTrades did this every year since its establishment. The company’s website informs AnyTrades has successfully expanded worldwide and now it serves clients in more than 120 countries.

So far, we haven’t received any complaints from clients of AnyTrades.com

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35 Complains

  1. This company after I have deposit money on they account ask me to deliver to them my personal datas copy of passport and copy of the my visa card and my oib which is the tax number. Should I have problem?

  2. I joined them 2 months ago and so far I am very satisfied with the results. Trading mainly OIL and forex sometimes. I was able to generate good profits on the oil since i did not start with a lot of money. So far I made 1 request for a withdraw – didn’t have any problems(it took 1 day for the money to arrive).

  3. Anytrades is a scam. They will rip You for all your money, and even deny you to withdraw your own money. When you insist Om getting an exolanation and complaint about this they simply empty your account in the name of interest swaps.
    Stay away from this company, if you dont want to loose your money.
    Just an advice, take it or leave it

  4. AnyTrades run a facebook advert with a button to click if you are interested in more information. After clicking the button they messaged me and told me they’d call me later. A certain Nick Sanchez from Denmark called me later on +45 78 150480 and lured me into registering with them and I would have my profits double within a week as oil prices were fluctuating a lot in early April. When I told him I don’t have 500 euros he said he’d request for me a deal where I register with 250 euros and I sent the money. I was immediately forwarded to a cluster manager called George Bello from Malta who called me every day on +356 2778 2118 for the next 5 or so days showing me how the trading platform works but he could do everything himself and I could find profits of 20-40 euros each day.

    After 2 weeks George called me with a new deal that if I deposit an additional amount it would be doubled by the company because we needed to have a trading amount of like 1000 euros so that we can do good business and get good money. I added only 200 euros and he said its ok.

    After one month George called me asking that I deposit more money as he needed money in my trading account without explaining what happened to the money I had. He told me there’s nothing he can do if I don’t add him money for trading. Meanwhile I got emails from Anytrades saying that my account was below the required level and I risk losing it.

    After two days the trading platform showed that I made losses after losses and when the account had nothing they closed it down without any word from George. Subsequent emails to ask him what happened still remain unanswered.

    I wish there is a way I can make the public know that Anytrades is a scam.

    Thanks

    • this has been really helpful, I’m in that exact position now, potentially looking at investing 1000 after the initial 250, but I am hesitant. I don’t think I will be going any further with AnyTrades.

    • The very same thing happened to me.
      It is a scam!!!!

      I started a trade with £500 with this Account Manager by the name of Eric Goldberg on 19/06/2020
      On 22/06/2020 he convinced me to add a further £1000. I explained I am not working due to covid-19 lockdown and it’s from my credit card. He promised me that the money I make I should be able to pay this back by a month and a half.
      He also offered a bonus of £450 which I had to sign an agreement. I queried the term regarding converting the bonus by required units to achieve.
      He brushed it off by saying that won’t be a problem
      He suggested I do copy trading and to choose from a list of 30 top traders. I chose the top six traders and I could see that I was making profits.
      He called occasionally to keep me updated with trade.
      Coming up to nearly a month I could see there was enough money to pay off back my credit card and continue trading and I queried this with the account manager and he suggested that I need give some more time and how I need to convert the bonus first.
      Because he promised a month and a half initially I decided to wait.
      After a month and a half i noticed that all the money was already tied up in trades so couldn’t withdraw.
      After a couple more weeks, it looks like there was enough money to close the trades, pay back my credit card and continue trading. When I suggested this to him he started to say I need to convert the bonus first before I can withdraw and funds.
      I was confused and upset and I asked what does that mean and began to act with an irrational tone and patronisingly saying this is an investment and I can’t expect to withdraw money everyday if i want to make money.
      This got me even more upset as I explained my situation to him from day one.
      I asked him to explain what he means by converting the bonus and he said if I remember well that I need to convert up to 117 units. When I asked how much is converted so far and he said only 9 units.
      I felt as if I have been scammed and I asked him why didn’t he explain that to me when I initially asked him and he exclaimed what did I expect and stated some traders can convert this within a month and some take longer it depends on the trader.
      When I explained to him about the interest that’s building up on my credit card and I’m still out of work plus other bills that I needed to pay he suggested a go and get a job.
      This escalated into a bigger argument as he all of a sudden became really unreasonable.
      The following day I had a margin call by email saying that my trade had gone into negative and I need to fund the trade by making a deposit immediately and was advised the minimum amount I need to deposit to stop the trade from closing.
      I felt like this was a spiteful act as this has never happened to me before during this trade.
      I had no intention of funding this any further as no longer trust it. I had no money anyways even if I wanted to.
      I noticed that I was losing over £2000 and the balance was reduced to £1950.
      This amount happened to be the £1500 that I initially deposited and the £450 bonus.
      I took my own initiative and close all the trades then I requested a withdrawal of £1500.
      I soon afterwards got a call from the account manager who insisted that I should not have closed the trade. I explained that I couldn’t have funded it and I was losing money and the margin level was in negative percentage.
      He then explained that it doesn’t mean it’s closed and how I have now lost over £2000 because of what I have done.
      I responded that it would have eventually closed leaving nothing if I didn’t do anything and he dare not put this on me.
      He insisted that I start back the copy trading and this time I should only copy about 2 or 3 traders due to the amount remaining.

      I could not at this point fight for my money because I had initially signed the agreement regarding the bonus. Which is at this point I began to understand what I had signed.
      Had I understood then like I did now, would not have signed it.
      I would have refused the bonus as it went against everything I had planned to get my money.
      I had had to start trading again and balance from £1950 eventually reached to just over £2000.
      The account manager tried calling I think as usual with his updates on the trade.
      I had no intention of speaking to him as I was still very angry with him and no point been Cheery as I believe I have been fooled.
      A couple of days later I had another margin call email asking to fund account to stop it from closing and losing everything.
      I had already in my mind believed I have loss this money and for the point of trying not to go into deep depression so I ignored the account

      I checked some time after just to see if they had done anything to rectify this but noticed it’s still the same situation.
      I managed to close the only copied trader that was not tied up in any negative figures
      This slightly helped a bit as the margin was sometime after at %8
      This was still very low and eventually went back into negative margin.
      This morning when I checked the account I noticed it’s all over. Nothing was left on the account. It’s now all the money is all gone.
      Commission fee and Interest swap since 22/06/20 to 29/08/20 is £442.33 and £479.60

      So I believe this is a scam and I was never intended to make any money from this from the start.

  5. Agreed Anytrades is a scam. The more I research it the more I think so. All my savings are gone. They are evil. Why would they change the platform without warning so investors can’t sign in and even if they do you can’t communicate with them.

  6. Anytrades is a scam and this fellas Erik Goldberg is the most irresponsible person you every have to deal with i had to close my account when I realised I was been scammed was never able to withdraw funds as he will always hold position even when I specifically ask him not to

  7. I got ripped off by a broker recently it was difficult to get a withdrawal after many failed attempts i had to hire recovery solution company to get my money back very pleased with the results ashleybaninatgmaildotcom

  8. Anytrades.com, is I believe a SCAM! After joining the trading platform using £500, I was asked to deposit more to make better higher returns on profits. I was provided with a trading account manager who shared his valuable 15 years of trading expertise, London University, first-class, qualification and current £50 mil. managed portfolio.

    At the start, I decided to take the benefit of this vast experience and expertise and to defer to the manager’s better understanding and knowledge.

    At the time the first signs of the oil commodity market crash was about to begin. The manager suggested to go ‘long’ (to place a trade to go ‘UP’).

    I made it clear that to trade against the trend was not in any way a sensible thing to do as the market was just about to CRASH – with the price plummeting as the buyer ‘sentiment’ shifted and changed to the point where everyone was selling (going ‘SHORT’) and the overall TREND was ‘down’ (to go ‘short’ or to ‘sell’).

    So, the individual set up the account for me and placed a trade to go ‘long’ (to ‘buy’ for the trade to go ‘UP’). I requested that a number of other trades be predominately used to trade ‘SHORT’ (to follow the downward ‘TREND’) following the ‘sellers’ sentiment.

    Prior to this point I was persuaded to raise the amount in the account. I had added £1K, and had been asked to raise my deposit another £1K and the deal was that they would match my deposit. So with my £2,500 and their 100% matching funds, I was literally leveraging my trading by having the protection already in the account. But with a crashing market there is only one direction the market is going. DOWN.

    So what I noticed was that the first trade that was placed by the so well qualified and experienced account’s manager – who was my ‘hand-holding’ contact connection within the company – had losing money from my deposit account.

    I next stepped in and stopped the trade. I later returned to trading on the account and on identifying the annual trading behaviour on the platform, made a chart of ‘daily’ buyer and ‘daily’ seller behaviour over the past 2 years – concentrating more so on the most relevant previous 12 months ‘buyer’ and ‘seller’ behaviour. This allowed me to determine when a flood of buyers or sellers habitually entered the market to trade on the platform.

    This basic research done and written down in an easy to understand chart to always focus on, I decided to begin trading. I was unable to be able to set up STOP loses, so had to rely on the experience of the account manager.

    Within my first 4 hours of trading a ‘falling’ market trading with the ‘TREND’ I was able to generate £15k with £5940 (approx) back in my account (which had previously deliberately been made to loose £400 by the trade of my account manager).

    I had made it quite clear to the accounts manager from the get go that the market was crashing and would continue to do so for quite some time before the market would be in a position to recover to produce a ‘trend’ upward due to current COVID-19 pandemic global market conditions.

    Suddenly, I had shown how personally using my paid for education I was able to make money for the first time with the helping hand also of the falling stock market.

    Suddenly my iPhone was unable to reach the broker’s designated phone numbers and texting was being hindered. I also noticed my ISP also appeared to have been hacked. I could not gain access to my telephone contract for calls and WiFi.

    I next used my lap top to send a quick email post to the accounts manager to add stop losses to secure my profits and to close my trades knowing there were no stop losses employed.

    The accounts manager said to leave it with him as he had a better idea. I should have know he could not have had a better idea given his introductory and initial trading ‘against’ the trend fiasco which if left would have ’emptied’ my account of every penny.

    On contacting the accounts manager by email I knew I had only a limited amount of time to get out of the market with my profits safe. Well, I had about 5-10 minutes to get out of the market before the sellers sentiment changed to the buyers sentiment for the day.

    The actual manager took approximate 35 minutes exactly doing nothing other the alert I received to alert me to the need to deposit more money into the account as no money was left in the account.

    To conclude, I was blamed as having taken out too many trades where the margins%(percentage) had clawed back the costs to place the trades from the profits made as a consequence.

    But, before the account could be opened, I had to sign a document which identified a process to allow the company of withhold all profits made and all amounts held in the personal trading account – and with my agreement to this.

  9. Hallo. Dieser Artikel war äußerst interessant, insbesondere seit ich letzten Donnerstag nach Gedanken zu diesem Thema gesucht habe.
    Marne Aubert Vincenz

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  11. I started a trade with £500 with Anytrades on 19/06/2020
    On 22/06/2020 the Account Manager I was assigned to called Erik Goldberg convinced me to add a further £1000. I explained I am not working due to covid-19 lockdown and it’s from my credit card. He promised me that the money I make I should be able to pay this back by a month and a half.
    He Erik Goldberg also offered a bonus of £450 which I had to sign an agreement. I queried the term regarding converting the bonus by required units to achieve.
    He brushed it off by saying that won’t be a problem
    He suggested I do copy trading and to choose from a list of 30 top traders. I chose the top six traders and I could see that I was making profits.
    He called occasionally to keep me updated with trade.
    Coming up to nearly a month I could see there was enough money to pay off back my credit card and continue trading and I queried this with the account manager and he suggested that I need give some more time and how I need to convert the bonus first.
    Because he promised a month and a half initially I decided to wait.
    After a month and a half i noticed that all the money was already tied up in trades so couldn’t withdraw.
    After a couple more weeks, it looks like there was enough money to close the trades, pay back my credit card and continue trading. When I suggested this to him he started to say I need to convert the bonus first before I can withdraw and funds.
    I was confused and upset and I asked what does that mean and began to act with an irrational tone and patronisingly saying this is an investment and I can’t expect to withdraw money everyday if i want to make money.
    This got me even more upset as I explained my situation to him from day one.
    I asked him to explain what he means by converting the bonus and he said if I remember well that I need to convert up to 117 units. When I asked how much is converted so far and he said only 9 units.
    I felt as if I have been scammed and I asked him why didn’t he explain that to me when I initially asked him and he exclaimed what did I expect and stated some traders can convert this within a month and some take longer it depends on the trader.
    When I explained to him about the interest that’s building up on my credit card and I’m still out of work plus other bills that I needed to pay he suggested a go and get a job.
    This escalated into a bigger argument as he all of a sudden became really unreasonable.
    The following day I had a margin call by email saying that my trade had gone into negative and I need to fund the trade by making a deposit immediately and was advised the minimum amount I need to deposit to stop the trade from closing.
    I felt like this was a spiteful act as this has never happened to me before during this trade.
    I had no intention of funding this any further as no longer trust it. I had no money anyways even if I wanted to.
    I noticed that I was losing over £2000 and the balance was reduced to £1950.
    This amount happened to be the £1500 that I initially deposited and the £450 bonus.
    I took my own initiative and close all the trades then I requested a withdrawal of £1500.
    I soon afterwards got a call from the account manager who insisted that I should not have closed the trade. I explained that I couldn’t have funded it and I was losing money and the margin level was in negative percentage.
    He then explained that it doesn’t mean it’s closed and how I have now lost over £2000 because of what I have done.
    I responded that it would have eventually closed leaving nothing if I didn’t do anything and he dare not put this on me.
    He insisted that I start back the copy trading and this time I should only copy about 2 or 3 traders due to the amount remaining.

    I could not at this point fight for my money because I had initially signed the agreement regarding the bonus. Which is at this point I began to understand what I had signed.
    Had I understood then like I did now, would not have signed it.
    I would have refused the bonus as it went against everything I had planned to get my money.
    I had had to start trading again and balance from £1950 eventually reached to just over £2000.
    The account manager tried calling I think as usual with his updates on the trade.
    I had no intention of speaking to him as I was still very angry with him and no point been Cheery as I believe I have been fooled.
    A couple of days later I had another margin call email asking to fund account to stop it from closing and losing everything.
    I had already in my mind believed I have loss this money and for the point of trying not to go into deep depression so I ignored the account

    I checked some time after just to see if they had done anything to rectify this but noticed it’s still the same situation.
    I managed to close the only copied trader that was not tied up in any negative figures
    This slightly helped a bit as the margin was sometime after at %8
    This was still very low and eventually went back into negative margin.
    This morning when I checked the account I noticed it’s all over. Nothing was left on the account. It’s now all the money is all gone.
    Commission fee and Interest swap since 22/06/20 to 29/08/20 is £442.33 and £479.60

    So I believe this is a scam and I was never intended to make any money from this from the start.

  12. I had a call from Canada on 15/09/2020 saying that they are calling from AnyTrades and they are calling to process a refund to my account.
    Informed that I need to log into my computer so he can talk me through the process as they needed to verify me.
    I asked why do I need a computer for this when they can refund it back to my account that I paid from.
    He then stated that it’s due to the new government regulations and AnyTrades has shut down they are responsible for refunding back all the monies to their customers.

    I asked him how much refund was I due back and he stated £1200. This seems to me like a very random guess.

    I explained that I am not comfortable logging into my computer for him to use remotely and he claims that’s the only way and got a bit irritated stating that when I’m ready for my refund I can call them back then hung up.

    As much as I needed the money, I have no intention of being scammed twice.

    Afterwards I felt like I may have lost the opportunity to get my money back in case it was genuine. Either way there is gut feeling it’s another scam.

    A few hours later I got a call from Cyprus asking me to do the same thing.
    I decided to ask a few more questions.

    He explained I need to log onto my computer as the mobile will not be as straight forward when I asked.
    Then he explained that I will need to go onto Any desk and I will get a code and he’ll direct me from there.

    Asked, why not just send the money to my bank as they already have verification details of me when I initially signed up.
    He claims it’s due to the new government regulations it is required to be done this way and that any trades has been shut down and they need to refund all monies to customers and something to do with my crypto currency account.
    At this point I was thinking I can’t remember any crypto trade made as was mainly commodities and forex.
    I further asked if I had made a profit and he stated yes I must have that’s why he needed to arrange the refund.

    I asked him how long ago has AnyTrades been closed down and he replied 3 months ago.
    Then I asked why was I still able to trade and he said something about automatic system.

    At this stage I am certain it’s another scam and did not go through with the process.
    I arranged a call back.

    Has anyone else got a call like this?

  13. It is a shame that Anytrades turned out to be a scam despite promising good returns.They took me for $20K.I had to consult capitalrefunds, org.Stay away from Anytrades if you want peace of mind.

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