Fraud Alert And Our Solutions to Counter

Official Federal agency (CFTC) advisory to avoid forex fraud

The United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), the federal agency that regulates commodity futures and options markets in the United States, warns consumers to take special care to protect themselves from the various kinds of frauds being perpetrated in today’s financial markets, including those involving so-called “foreign currency trading.”
A new federal law, the Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000, makes clear that the CFTC has the jurisdiction and authority to investigate and take legal action to close down a wide assortment of unregulated firms offering or selling foreign currency futures and options contracts to the general public. In addition, the CFTC has jurisdiction to investigate and prosecute foreign currency fraud occurring in its registered firms and their affiliates.
The CFTC has witnessed the increasing numbers and growing complexity of financial investment opportunities in recent years, including a sharp rise in foreign currency trading scams. While much foreign currency trading is legitimate, various forms of foreign currency trading have been touted in recent years to defraud members of the public.
Currency trading scams often attract customers through advertisements in local newspapers, radio promotions or attractive Internet sites. These advertisements may tout high-return, low-risk investment opportunities in foreign currency trading, or even highly-paid currency-trading employment opportunities. The CFTC urges you to be skeptical when promoters of foreign currency trading claim that their services or account management will earn high profits with minimal risks, or that employment as a currency trader will make you wealthy quickly.

Understanding Legitimate Foreign Currency Operations

Generally speaking, foreign currency futures and options contracts may be traded legally on an exchange or board of trade that has been approved by the CFTC.
Even where currency trading does not occur on a Commission-approved exchange or board of trade, the trading can be conducted legally where, generally speaking, one or both parties to the trading is (or is a regulated affiliate of) a bank, insurance company, registered securities broker-dealer, futures commission merchant or other financial institution, or is an individual or entity with a high net worth.
Where forex firms do not fall into the categories of regulated entities outlined above and engage in foreign currency futures and options transactions with or for retail customers who do not have high net worth’s, the CFTC has jurisdiction over those firms and their transactions.

Warning Signs of Fraud

  1. If you are solicited by a company that claims to trade foreign currencies and asks you to commit funds for those purposes, you should be very careful. Watch for the warning signs listed below, and take the following precautions before placing your funds with any currency trading company.
    * Stay Away From Opportunities That Sound Too Good to Be True
    Get-rich-quick schemes, including those involving foreign currency trading, tend to be frauds.
    Always remember that there is no such thing as a “free lunch.” Be especially cautious if you have acquired a large sum of cash recently and are looking for a safe investment vehicle. In particular, retirees with access to their retirement funds may be attractive targets for fraudulent operators. Getting your money back once it is gone can be difficult or impossible.

TopFundManagers.com doesn’t offer any type of above claim. There is nothing free and our services are premature for our clients. We recommend first check without investing a single penny, if you really feel everything is true and good then you can decide.

  1. Avoid Any Company that Predicts or Guarantees Large Profits
    Be extremely wary of companies that guarantee profits, or that tout extremely high performance. In many cases, those claims are false.
    The following are examples of statements that either are or most likely are fraudulent:
    * “Whether the market moves up or down, in the currency market you will make a profit.”
    * “Make $1000 per week, every week”
    * “We are out-performing 90% of domestic investments.”
    * “The main advantage of the forex markets is that there is no bear market.”
    * “We guarantee you will make at least a 30-40% rate of return within two months.”

TopFundManagers.com does not guarantee for fixed returns, there is always risk involved but we minimize it by various approaches and for 2 to 3 months of successful trading, risk can be eliminated to zero. First check our performance then you can realize the truth.

  1. Stay Away From Companies That Promise Little or No Financial Risk
    Be suspicious of companies that downplay risks or state that written risk disclosure statements are routine formalities imposed by the government.
    The currency futures and options markets are volatile and contain substantial risks for unsophisticated customers. The currency futures and options markets are not the place to put any funds that you cannot afford to lose. For example, retirement funds should not be used for currency trading. You can lose most or all of those funds very quickly trading foreign currency futures or options contracts. Therefore, beware of companies that make the following types of statements:
    * “With a $10,000 deposit, the maximum you can lose is $200 to $250 per day.”
    * “We promise to recover any losses you have.”
    * “Your investment is secure.”

TopFundManagers.com recommends only straight forward trading facts whose authenticity can be checked in demo trial. We can arrange demo trial to verify our expertise. Our gain comes from our trading expertise not from marketing text and beautiful words. 

  1. Don’t Trade on Margin Unless You Understand What It Means
    Margin trading can make you responsible for losses that greatly exceed the dollar amount you deposited.
    Many currency traders ask customers to give them money, which they sometimes refer to as “margin,” often sums in the range of $1,000 to $5,000. However, those amounts, which are relatively small in the currency markets, actually control far larger dollar amounts of trading; a fact that often is poorly explained to customers.
    Don’t trade on margin unless you fully understand what you are doing and are prepared to accept losses that exceed the margin amounts you paid.

TopFundManagers.com adopts best margin policy in favor of client’s accounts. We are fully aware of margin concept and its effects.

  1. Question Firms That Claim To Trade in the “Interbank Market”
    Be wary of firms that claim that you can or should trade in the “interbank market,” or that they will do so on your behalf.
    Unregulated, fraudulent currency trading firms often tell retail customers that their funds are traded in the “interbank market,” where good prices can be obtained. Firms that trade currencies in the interbank market, however, are most likely to be banks, investment banks and large corporations, since the term “interbank market” refers simply to a loose network of currency transactions negotiated between financial institutions and other large companies.

TopFundManagers.com works with most highly ranked brokers of the world which are registered with concerning Government authorities and fully licensed to operate financial activities based on financial merits.

  1. Be Wary of Sending or Transferring Cash on the Internet, By Mail or Otherwise
    Be especially alert to the dangers of trading on-line; it is very easy to transfer funds on-line, but often can be impossible to get a refund.
    It costs an Internet advertiser just pennies per day to reach a potential audience of millions of persons, and phony currency trading firms have seized upon the Internet as an inexpensive and effective way of reaching a large pool of potential customers.
    Many companies offering currency trading on-line is not located within the United States and may not display an address or any other information identifying their nationality on their Web site. Be aware that if you transfer funds to those foreign firms, it may be very difficult or impossible to recover your funds.

TopFundManagers.com does not ask for any fund or money. We never demanded to send us the money before starting to trade their accounts. Our motto for our clients is, pay only if you gain. When our investors and traders gain each month and at the end of each month we charge our performance fee in case of they make money. So we are 100% transparent.

  1. Currency Scams Often Target Members of Ethnic Minorities
    Some currency trading scams target potential customers in ethnic communities, particularly persons in the Russian, Chinese and Indian immigrant communities, through advertisements in ethnic newspapers and television “infomercials.”
    Sometimes those advertisements offer so-called “job opportunities” for “account executives” to trade foreign currencies. Be aware that “account executives” that are hired might be expected to use their own money for currency trading, as well as to recruit their family and friends to do likewise. What appears to be a promising job opportunity often is another way many of these companies lure customers into parting with their cash.

TopFundManagers.com does not act like above and strongly condemn for these tricks in which innocents’ people not only lose their money but often they destroy their career.

  1. Be Sure You Get the Company’s Performance Track Record
    Get as much information as possible about the firm’s or individual’s performance record on behalf of other clients. You should be aware, however, that It may be difficult or impossible to do so, or to verify the information you receive. While firms and individuals are not required to provide this information, you should be wary of any person who is not willing to do so or who provides you with incomplete information. However, keep in mind, even if you do receive a glossy brochure or sophisticated-looking charts, that the information they contain might be false.

TopFundManagers.com invites anyone who is interested to check our performance. We have three ways to prove our truth. We have Google group where we send trades on daily basis. After joining that group anyone can see our history of recommendations and its accuracy. Minute by minute, hour by hour, day by day and month by month, full report is there. Secondly we update our statements regularly to update you

 

You can view our expertise through our statement proof by visiting particular page. It provides all necessary satisfactory results. 3rd option to test is live checking. If anyone who does not believe and doubtful then we invite him to avail 30 days trial to receive daily trades time by time. Anyone can realize how accurate our trading system is. Every red and white activity will be cleared. Sensible professional persons can easily realize our authenticity.

  1. Don’t Deal With Anyone Who Won’t Give You Their Background
    Plan to do a lot of checking of any information you receive to be sure that the company is and does exactly what it says.
    Get the background of the persons running or promoting the company, if possible. Do not rely solely on oral statements or promises from the firm’s employees. Ask for all information in written form.
    If you cannot satisfy yourself that the persons with whom you are dealing are completely legitimate and above-board, the wisest course of action is to avoid trading foreign currencies through those companies.

TopFundManagers.com also doesn’t believe in oral statements and promises. We only talk with strong facts. Regarding the background concerns, anyone can set a meeting in Dubai, Singapore, or London to meet us for detailed discussions. We are enough professional to address any concern which relates to TopFundManagers.com services.

  1. Warning Signs Of Commodity “Come-Ons”
    If you are solicited by a company to purchase commodities, watch for the warning signs listed below:
    * Avoid any company that predicts or guarantees large profits with little or no financial risk.
    * Be wary of high-pressure tactics to convince you to send or transfer cash immediately to the firm, via overnight delivery companies, the internet, by mail, or otherwise.
    * Be skeptical about unsolicited phone calls about investments from offshore salespersons or companies with which you are unfamiliar.

All above information should be very useful for the people who want to select real fund managers in forex industry. Never compromise with your money matters and TopFundManagers.com strongly suggest you to take maximum possible measures to protect your assets from un-professionals.