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Updated: Jan 14, 2024
BullSphere.com

What is Bull Sphere?

Bull Sphere is a forex broker with trading platforms of MetaTrader 4, MetaTrader 5 and cTrader.

BullSphere.com offers over 30 forex currency pairs, gold, silver and oil for your personal investment and trading options.

Please read BullSphere Reviews below and share your live trading experiences with this broker.

Broker Details

Minimum Trade Size: 0.01
Maximum Leverage: 1000:1
Minimum to Open Live: $10
Established: Unknown
Address: 1420/1 210L4 2nd floor Crystal Design center Klong Chan, Bangkapi District Bangkapi Bangkok, 10240, Thailand
Contact: Support@bullsphere.com, 097-972-8927
Regional offices:
Regulators:
Prohibited countries: Unknown
Trading platforms: MT4, MT5, cTrader
Web Trading: ✅ Yes
Mobile Trading: ✅ Yes
ECN: ✅ Yes

Trading Instruments

Currencies: (30+)
Cryptocurrencies:
CFD: (3) Gold, Silver, Oil

Trading Conditions

Hedge: ✅ Yes
EAs/Robots: ✅ Yes

Managed Accounts & Social Trading

Deposit Methods: Bank Wire (BankTransfer/SWIFT), VISA, MasterCard
Withdrawal Methods: Bank Wire (BankTransfer/SWIFT), VISA, MasterCard
* Please check broker website for more information
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Recent User Reviews of Bull Sphere

C
Chonburi
Pattaya, Thailand,
Jul 25, 2021,
Guest

Broker offered bonus

Service use: Live Length of use: 0-3 Months
The broker has different level plans you will qualify for based on the amount of your deposit. One of the things offered, in addition to the chat group, is company bonuses. Again based on the opening amount of your account. What is not openly disclosed by the company or the people introducing you to the broker is that the bonus will be deducted from your withdrawal amount.

When questioning the company about the less than expected withdrawal amount they will refer the customer to the website link that discloses the money will be deducted from your withdrawal. And as always, it's there but no one discloses it when they are pushing the customer to sign up with the broker. This is not a good business practice. It brings the company's integrity and honesty into question. Full and open disclosure is always the best practice. Especially when dealing with people's hard-earned money.