As you always share wikifx updates and news there is a big debate over now that wikifx itself is a huge scam..they blackmail brokers that they will put negative comments about them and in return ask for a commission..moreover, how to read and check red flags of any particular broker
Since i m not from US,
I didnt find a way to contact NFA on phone.
Can you provide some information on that,
I would be very happy to u.
As i am earning there in demo account on a daily basis i m more insist and curious towards them for further proceedings but your information sounds good regarding scams all over forex industry which restricted me to not go ahead before everything is clear
WikiFx used to post more at the FPA, until people (and companies) started to complain about them. Then they got very quiet instead of addressing the issues.
Try your trading on a demo with a less questionable broker. If it goes well, then try it on a very small account with a less questionable broker. There's zero point to making profits if the broker decides to keep you money. Why risk your cash with a broker that's flying so many red flags?
It's very easy to find the NFA's contact info. Just google NFA Contact and the first result is:
Phone numbers, email addresses, and even street addresses.