Illegal Financika Cleared Investor’s Account Balance

Near the end of the year, as all walks of live strive to meet their goals, even scam brokers become more active in preying on investors. Recently, an investor from Oman reported to WikiFX how the illegal broker Financika defrauded him. As a victim of the platform, he hopes his experience can warn others against this broker. WikiFX reminds investors to be extremely careful in choosing a broker. It is best to check the relevant information and qualifications of the platform in advance. If you suffered from broker scam, please seek WikiFXs help at wikifx@wikifx.com to defend your rights.To get more news about Lockwood, you can visit WikiFX news official website.
“Financika swallowed up the US$600 in my account balance after I refused to deposit more money!” The victim told WikiFX. He first learned about Financika through a seminar, and soon after that several of the company‘s agents bombarded him with advertising calls, trying to get him to open an account. “This broker kept nagging on me. When I didn’t sign up and make deposit immediately after listening to their introduction seminar, they kept on calling me to asked me to open an account. One of them named Lara Soliman even promised to send 120% of the margin into my account once I sign up, which was rather irresistible.” According to the investor, not long after he opened account and made deposit at Financika, the broker constantly tried to coax him into making further deposits with the deceptive “high investment, high return” promise. And when the investor refused, his trading account balance was arbitrarily cleared up through the broker’s manipulation.
Per checking WikiFX App, Financika is rated at only 1.30. The broker registered in Vanuatu is currently unregulated, bearing substantial risks, and WikiFX suggest investors stay away from it!