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MEX Atlantic

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7 months ago

Learn from my mistakes

It can be so heartbreaking losing everything to this platform, I wish I never traded here. My advice is just to stay away from this platform, it's not worth risking your money.
In the end, I met Jocelyn who made sure I recovered everything I lost. Feel free to reach out, she's reliable. Jocelynbridges090 {at} gmail dot com


MEX Atlantic, part of the MultiBank Group, is an online broker based in the Cayman Islands, known for offshore financial services. It's an offshore broker with limited regulatory oversight, raising concerns about fund safety and transparency. The broker claims to be a top financial derivatives broker with major banks as liquidity providers, but these claims are hard to verify.

Key Features:
1. Trading Platforms: Offers MetaTrader 4 and 5, known for their comprehensive features.
2. Account Types: Provides Standard, PRO, and ECN accounts with different minimum deposits and high leverage up to 1:500, which increases both profit potential and loss risk. Details on spreads and commissions are unclear.
3. Payment Methods: Supports various payment methods, including bank transfers, credit cards, e-wallets, region-specific services, and cryptocurrencies. Fees are not clearly stated, except for a $60 monthly charge on inactive accounts for over three months.

Concerns include user complaints about blocked withdrawals and a lack of detailed trading conditions and fee information. While not explicitly labeled a scam, its offshore status and vague claims suggest caution is advised. Investors, especially newcomers, should consider well-regulated brokers for greater consumer protection.

This CritiScore review provides a comprehensive overview, assessing whether MEX Atlantic is legit or a scam, and offers insights into MEX Atlantic's performance.