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Updated: Nov 5, 2017
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MRT Markets is part of the Greymountain Management group of binary and forex companies.  This group has a large number of FPA Traders Court vedicts against it.  The FPA considers all brokers which are part of this group to be scams and warns all traders to avoid depositing money with them.


November 2016:  Multiple fake positive reviews submitted for MRT Markets.

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Celia Sundance,
Home, Sweden,
Nov 4, 2017,
Registered user

They are unreliable

I can not give them one single Star. I lost over 5000 USD. I had already lost money and they wanted to help. The brokers work on being a friend and then they snabb you in the back. It is very sick and manipulative people, who can do such things to people and whole families. I felt worthless for a long time. Never trust a broker or a chargeback advicer on the phone. REMEMBER NO MONEY IN ADVANCE.
Walid Yassin Riad,
AbuDhabi, United Arab Emirates,
Aug 7, 2017,
Registered user


They appointed an account manager name Osama KASSEM how use to get into my account without my knowledge and perform a trade , and by giving me false information and false trade l lost $56000 ,
Fifty six thousand dollars. And my account was marginalized.
They did not reply to me , and refused all contact , and they did not want yo return my capital money.
UK, United Kingdom,
Jul 18, 2017,
Registered user

Promising start with the company which ended in undoubted scam and the whole balance lost.

I invested $20000 with MRT for a managed account and at first was very pleased as some good profit was made on no more than perhaps 10 trades by my 'cautious' manager over the 4-5 weeks after I started the account. I then got worrying information about them which regrettably I had somehow missed before I made the deposit, and mentioned to my manager that I would have to withdraw a large part of my funds due to a personal financial crisis. We had built a good relationship which I trusted and he said there would be a 30 day cooling off period before I could withdraw but he would look into whether there could be a quicker way for me to do it.
I soon noted that within minutes of that conversation, four or five substantial and unwise trades were suddenly opened in quick succession on the account which lost and completely wiped the whole balance within a very short time. When I challenged him about that he apologised and said they were pending trades which had been waiting to open on my account at that time. Obviously a perfect example of commission earned whether the account wins or loses. I was furious and asked what they were playing at with my account and he said he agreed it 'did not look good' and they would make sure the money was back in my account. The losses, minus the profits gained, were in fact duly replaced but they then spun a story that I had made a chargeback against them and taken the money out of my account and insisted that I make a statement to say I had not, and to send copies of my bank statement to prove it. I was assured that once cleared, the money would be replaced to my account and trading would start again. Since that time I have had no further word or action from them and my emails and skype messages are not responded to. The balance, of course, has NOT been replaced in my account as promised .. If anyone knows of any way these losses might be retrieved I should love to have details.