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Do You Want to Know If Stock Harbour Is Legitimate or a Scam Broker?
Stock Harbour has a lot of nice things to say about the SEC or the Securities and Exchange Commission. This implies it’s based in the United States, although for some mysterious reason, it uses the British spelling of Harbor in its name. This curious passage on its web page is trying to convince people it is licensed and endorsed by the SEC:
“Stock Harbour Investment manages and supports the Commission (SEC) in its mission to protect investors, maintain fair, orderly, efficient transactions and facilitate capital information.”
What do “manages” and “supports” mean in this context? It’s presumptuous for a clearly unlicensed broker to claim it “manages” or even “supports” the SEC’s mission.
There Are Some Problems with Stock Harbour
We don’t think the SEC took kindly to this. Not only has the SEC flagged Stock Harbour–it issued a cease and desist order for Stock Harbour’s misleading statements and misuse of funds. This is serious business. Needless to say, this broker isn’t legitimate. We don’t need to mention its guaranteed fake returns and other serious problems.
Red Flags that Stock Harbour Could Be a Scam Broker
- No license
- Cease and Desist order by the SEC
- Fake guaranteed returns
- No transparency
- Misleading statements
- Bad reviews
If You Need Fund Recovery from Stock Harbour, Talk to Us
We create these reviews to warn consumers about brokers and schemes that may be fraudulent. If you have an account with this broker close it and request a withdrawal. If you are not given your money back, contact Broker Complaint Registry right away. We will consult with you, work to track down your funds and create investigative reports, and will assist with fund recovery efforts.