Audemart Review (audemart.com Is a Scam)

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Audemart Review

Read our Audemart review before opening an account with them. This is an audemart.com review, not to be confused with any other website. The first big red flag with them is that they claim to have been established in 2004, but WHOIS says they established on 2020, guess who’s lying?

Audemart review first look

By taking a look at their website there is little to no information of who they are. At the end section they have put same random company name that they picked it up from a shelf somewhere. So if they say we have a registered company, don’t fall for it, because anyone can set up a company online for just a few dollars. Also there is not any information on the web about who they are. If you had a trustworthy company that supposedly makes others a lot of money, you would share it with the world, and the interviews would pour in. But no one knows who these persons are and there is a good reason for that because they keep their identity hidden while stealing your money.

Regulation

Audemart is not regulated by any agency, which means they can take your money and do as they please with it.
So we urge you not to deposit with Audemart and any other unregulated forex “company” for that matter. There is a reason why these websites do not get regulated, because they have the simple objective to steal as much money possible and switch into a different domain. If their intentions were honest they would have become regulated and stay for the long run.

What they claim to be

Even that they do not say it on their website, they will promise to make you big money through the phone. Which is weird because why would they make us money? If they are so good at trading why would they bother to make us money? The fact is that they can manipulate the trades from MT4 manager giving you the illusion that you are making money. But those “money” are just numbers on a screen, and after seeing these “money” they will push you to deposit more so you can make more money. When you reach your deposit limit or you smell something wrong, that is when the battle begins, and it can end on several ways, but none of them is good for you. Read below to find out what will happen next.

How does it work?

Usually unregulated forex brokers work in the following way. After registering in their website through one of their affiliates, which are usually websites claiming to have forex robots, you get the first call from the sales department, trying to persuade you to make the minimum deposit first.. They will offer deals that sound too good to be true and that you can make easy money. Please don’t fall for anything they say because they are all lies and these people are good at lying. If you make the first deposit you will get transferred into another department so they can rip you off for the long run.

Common scam methods

If you have reached your deposit limit or you have smelled something bad, normally you would request your money back. In this step they will try to get the last money out of you. They will come up with several excuses why they can’t return your money back to you right away. The most common scam method is so called margin loan aka credit or bonus. If you have credit on your account they will say you will need to pay back the credit before you can withdraw. Scam number two is that you need to pay taxes or the agent’s commission before you can withdraw. Other scams include that you need to pay some kind of insurance of trading fee, but in either case, if they request a fee from you before you can withdraw you money, don’t pay it, is a SCAM! We know is tempting for you to pay these money in hope that you get your money back, but we need you to resist the urge, as it will only make things worse.

Can u get your money back?

Usually the forex scammers are well organized as this is relatively not a new niche. Nowadays they require people to make deposits through bitcoin, which is an untraceable currency and the payments are irreversible. So if you paid them with bitcoin or through a bitcoin exchange, your money is most likely gone. We know this might be hard for you to digest but that is the ugly truth. If you paid them through a wire transfer, there might be one or two loopholes, but that depends from case to case. The only thing you can do something about it is if you have deposited through a credit card. In this case you will need to contact the bank or the credit card company to ask for a chargeback. But you need to represent a good case because not all the banks will help you with the excuse that it was you who authorized the transaction.

Is there something you can do?

The best chance you have is to follow the money and report it to the police. Trace the money carefully to see where they went, and make sure to bring all the variables to the police. Sooner or later one of these scammers will get it. However, we must say that in the most cases the police will not do anything about it. The main reason is that these entities are scattered in different countries thus creating jurisdiction issues for the local police. Hopefully if there are a lot of reports they will pass the case to Interpol, Europol or even to the FBI.

Hiring chargeback companies

If you lost money with Audemart you are probably feeling very frustrated. The most important thing is not to feel ashamed because everyone becomes a scam victim at least once on their life. Second thing is not to make any rushed decision after that, take some days to calm down before proceeding further.
A chargeback company can be your ally in your case, because they have a lot of experience and can present your case to the bank in a professional way. However, if you are planning on hiring a chargeback company, we recommend you to hire the most trustworthy company because there are a lot of fake companies out there who would just take your money and do nothing about it.
If you would like our assistance, feel free to reach us at [email protected] .

Save others

If you are one of the unfortunate victims of Audemart please share your experience. Leave a Audemart review below in the comment section describing the experience and if there was any other company you were victim of it make sure to mention it. You would probably like to have known about Audemart scam before you dealt with them and probably be saved, so now it is your turn to help others.

Audemart review conclusion

Talking on the phone with the employees of Audemart, we knew that they had made up names. This was the first sign of scam. Moreover they were being very pushy trying to persuade us to deposit more and more. They didn’t disclose the fact that they are unregulated, in contrary they claimed to be the most trustworthy. If you have deposited money please beware of the scam methods outlined in paragraph four. Make sure you report them to the authorities and possible inform the regulating agencies about them and don’t forget to leave a Audemart review below. If you haven’t deposited yet please stay as far away from this website. We hope our Audemart review was helpful to you. Trust us when we say there is no such thing as easy money, no one will make money for you, except you. If you have any questions or you would like to get some kind of assistance about getting you money back reach us at [email protected]

16 Comments

  1. Yes all a big scam everyone share this as ppl be losing alot of money! They started a deadly virus now trying to steal our money evil ppl!!! Karma.. they fill u with so much crap.its unreal police need to be on this well fraud squad, hope all of them end up with convictions..

  2. What they have is a complete cheat.They trade on their own and do execution on the time they want. I lose huge money but instead of crying over spilled milk I’d rather move on and warn everyone to save them from miseries.

  3. Run away from this scam broker. They will only ask for your hard earned money and will left you with nothing. They are smart talkers and can easily fool people.

  4. After my first deposit they tried to hack my laptop. After that I avoided any contact with them. They try to call me every day from different phone numbers. They try to get bank account, personal Id, credit card number, address. They are criminals.

  5. In my experience it is a scam and you will lose all your money with them, if you are not carefully. My experience with Audemart in short notes.
    I deposit € 250,- Brokers phoned me nearly every day for over 2 weeks, wanting more money from me in one way or an other. Before I was parting with a new deposit with Audemart I wanted to some trading experience with the web portal they had. My goal was invested € 250,- practice trading and work up to € 1000,- Then withdrawal my original € 250,- from Audemart to test if they will pay out. I got may original deposit back – bank charges and I was left with over €750,- in my trading account. The broker kept phoning and wanted me to invest a larger sum into there account, but I kept refusing, as I wanted to make money with trading and not paying any money into it, this I made very clear to my sales broker of Audemart. After I then with trading earned over €2000,- I then requested on the 27.8.20 € 1500,- from the with there official withdrawal request and this is still not been paid out to me. On my trading portal with them it says it is PENDING. It has now been PENDING for over 1 month. To contact them is with no results, The phone number in Switzerland is not correct and the email end up in cyberspace. At this moment they are holding my hard earned money and not even have good manners to get in contact with myself. WARNING TO NOT GET INVOLVED WITH THEM. There trading portal is also crap no good at all! SO STAY AWAY FROM THEM! I have not lost any of my own money but still they are a fraud. There sales staff and Audemart should be reported to the police.

  6. If you want to loose your money for sure, 100% guaranteed, go do business with audemart.
    My so-called personal broker, initial DM, I am sure it is not his real name, resides in Cyprus.
    My balance is shrinking without me knowing it and I have no idea where the money goes.
    He switches from telephone numbers coming from England. This must be spoofed numbers.

  7. I lost a lot of money and they keep asking you for more.
    Don’ t ever start trading with audemart.
    If you already did stop transferring more money.

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