Managed Forex Hub Review – The Hub, a big Scam!
Over the last couple of years, we’ve seen a number of managed Forex investment services popping up on the internet. This time round, I stumbled on a site called Managed Forex Hub or the Hub as they call it. This site appears to offer an interesting variety of funds, and this has prompted me to look into their products in details and write a Managed Forex Hub review here with my complete report of the same.
Before I proceed, it’s important to know that there is currently a warning from the New Zealand’s financial regulator (FMA) against Managed Forex Hub services.
The financial regulator claims that Managed Forex Hub is providing misleading statements to the general public and also endorsing multiple products/services from different unlicensed groups. I don’t know what the financial regulator means by this but it could suggest that Managed Forex Hub is somehow working with different ”talented” traders from across the globe who trade under the umbrella of Managed Forex Hub.
I hope this issue gets solved soon because if it is not resolved now, then clearly Managed Forex Hub will go nowhere.
In the meantime, you can check out these quality Forex trading resources and if you find a product of interest, don’t be afraid to sign up.
Managed Forex Hub Review
Managed Forex Hub is operated from Hong Kong. They claim to be located at 21-F, CMA Building, 64 Connaught Road Central. They can be reached on phone (852-300-85855),on Skype (managedforexhub) and on email [email protected]. The domain managedforexhub.com dates back to August 2012.
They are giving us multiple reasons as to why we should invest with their managed Forex account services. They claim that they are using cutting edge technology, ”tailored advice” and ”premium financial service”.
They also explain that the reason they call it the Hub is because the intention was to create a community of experienced traders who would meet the demands of savvy investors.
Some of the reasons why they want us to trust Managed Forex Hub include simplicity, accessibility, affordability, reputation, transparency, ”personalization” as well as overall performance. From here going forward, I am hoping that Managed Forex Hub will show us verified performance for some of their financial products because I have had enough of portfolio managers who simply don’t want to show us what they’ve done in the last couple of months.
Good examples of dubious firms that fall in this category include Redbrook Financial Management, Nordhill Capital, Diamond Managed FX and many more.