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Do You Want to Know If XTR is Legitimate or a Scam Broker? 

XTR has been flagged for a number of reasons. We couldn’t find evidence of licensing and there are many inconsistencies on its site. We don’t recommend trading with any broker that has no license or is not clear about its real location. Any legitimate broker should be transparent about who runs it and whether or not it’s regulated. 

There Are Some Problems with XTR 

When we visited XTR’s website, we couldn’t find any evidence of a license. There is even a tab on the website for the license category, and there was nothing on the page. On the web, we couldn’t find evidence that XTR is regulated. Also, there were inconsistencies about location. Although our sources indicate XTR is located in Hong Kong, the web content claims its headquarters are in London. Also, it claims to have signed up clients in 40 countries. However, if it does have a license, which isn’t apparent, it’s unlikely XTR is sufficiently regulated to legally trade on behalf of clients from 40 countries. 

Red Flags that XTR Could Be a Scam Broker

  • No license
  • No transparency
  • False claims
  • Bad reviews

If You Need Fund Recovery from XTR Talk to Us

We create these reviews to warn consumers about brokers and schemes that may be fraudulent. If you have an account with XTR, 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.