Tedex review – Warning

Our research about Tedex shows that it has been blacklisted by a financial regulator and that is why we are publishing this warning.

What is Tedex

Tedex is a financial brokerage company that is offering trading with currency pairs, indices, shares and commodities.

Official website: https://tedex.co

Address: Vermillion Consulting LLC, First Floor, First St. Vincent Bank LTD Building, James Street, Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Contact information: Web form.

Is Tedex legit?

Based on our research we have to say that Tedex is not legit. The reason for this conclusion is that it has been blacklisted by a financial regulator for providing unauthorized financial or investment services.

The warning about Tedex

The financial regulator that has warned the public about Tedex is the FMA, see the full alert HERE.

The FMA had this to say about Tedex: This provider is not authorized in Austria to offer investment services.

AFI’s comment: Tedex is not regulated at all, it is not authorized as a broker in any country.

Why this warning is important

Financial regulation is key to maintaining orderly markets. Every country has at least one independent regulator that oversees financial markets to ensure that customers of investment services are protected.

No regulation is perfect, but it provides at least basic protection to consumers. In the investment world, regulation often ensures that clients’ funds are segregated from the money of the company, that there is transparent pricing of traded assets, that the company is not in conflict of interests, etc.

Simply put, there are rules that investment companies have to follow and regulators make sure that they follow them.

In some countries, deposits with investment companies are even insured. This means that if the company, for example, a broker, goes bankrupt, clients still get their money back from an insurance fund.

For all the reasons mentioned above the risks with regulated companies are far smaller than with the ones that are not regulated. There are many, many more scams among unlicensed and unauthorized investment services.

Therefore, to stay on the safer side, it is always better to trade and invest only with regulated companies. Only with platforms that are licensed by regulators to provide the services they are offering.

You should educate yourself about financial regulation in your country and use only investment and other financial services that are authorized in your country by relevant authorities.

Is Tedex a scam?

Tedex being blacklisted by a financial regulator, namely by the FMA, does not necessarily mean that it is a scam. Unless it is explicitly said in the alert.

But it is important to know that every time there is a reason for a company to be placed on a warning list by a financial authority.

There must have been an impulse for the regulator to investigate Tedex and conclude that the public must be warned about it. Like complaints from users or suspicion, for example. Most often it’s testimonials from users who have bad experience with the service and have to complain.

Some investment projects just overlook their duties as far as financial and investment laws are concerned, some are outright scams that just avoid regulation.

In this review, we report on the alert that the FMA published about Tedex. So for a conclusion about whether it is a scam or not you can contact directly this financial authority.

They should be able to explain with more details why they published the warning. For example, if it was initiated by bad user experience or something else.

In our experience, to stay safe, it is better to avoid all companies and investment services that have been blacklisted by financial regulators.

You can also contact the national financial authority in your country and ask it about Tedex to see what they have to say.

In conclusion about Tedex

Tedex has been the subject of a warning from the FMA, which is a financial regulator. So there is a problem with it, and that is why you’d better stay away from it.

If you have doubts about Tedex, just ask a licensed investment advisor and/or the national financial authority in your country to get a professional opinion.

1 thought on “Tedex review – Warning”

  1. I opened an account with BitQL, having seen an advertisement on ITV’s “This morning” programme in May this year. I was then put through another website to have the account registered. I received a phone all from Mr Alex Bennett,a broker from the company and he encouraged me to leave the deposit of 250 USD. He went through the trading process and showed me a balance of 800 USD in July.
    I tried to withdraw the balance but found I could no longer login to my account after I made an application. I contacted the broker.He told me this was a deposit account and I could not withdraw anything, This was contrary to what the conditions of my account said. I have made many phone calls to the broker and sent text messages as well as emails but I do not get any response.Up to now the withdrawal has not been completed.

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