9 thoughts on “World Markets Review: WorldMarkets.com Scam is Shutting Down?

  1. They target the financially literate with their unverifiable 20% monthly returns. I hear that world markets is no longer processing victims withdrawal requests. It seems they are about to close down. Very sad considering the number of people who fell for their trick.

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  2. They pretend that they are copy trading but in reality it is just a ponzi scheme. They refused to give back my money. I don’t know where I can report them but I hope the numerous complaints will somehow attract the attention of authorities.

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  3. This site is a clear scam. The returns are completely implausible. Please don’t invest money as you’ll likely never see it again.

    Just because you see a fancy screen that appears to be making successful trades doesn’t mean you’ll ever be able to withdraw any of this money.

    I can almost guarantee as soon as you want to make a big withdrawal, you’ll start getting the classic excuses “oh, but if you don’t leave the money invested you’re missing out on huge growth”, or the never ending “send us your photo ID so we can verify your identity”. “No that’s not acceptable, send us something else”. “Now we need document X, Y, Z”. “it’s not our fault we have to ask for all this by law”.

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  4. Worldmarkets is a scam, their website has not been around longer than Nov. 2019. Which makes all their claims of being around since 2003 void. They have removed themselves from Archive.org so it was not easy to find this information. They have also not been processing withdraws since Mid September and I have been waiting personally for 6 weeks. They give everyone the same excuse that it’s a 3rd party problem with Swiftxchange, but that company does not exist. They only have a website that says coming soon for months now. Many of their banks have been shutdown but because of the crypto surge they have been getting lots of bitcoin still.

    Worldmarkets is very much as a scam as they don’t even need to give anything back and have shown themselves to be very dishonest through all of this. It would help if website’s such as yours stop promoting this Ponzi.

    Their trades do not even line up as BTC went from 11.5k down to 9.8k which it never should have gone that far on their system. And now its at 16k and still going while they jump other 1 day trades even BTC into the “profits” Also none of the months profits are even close to what they post on the website. Some months you get way higher others about half of what they post. The Worldmarkets mirrors Blue Trade scam and will likely exit in Jan.

    Invest if you don’t care about money.

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    1. Lama, kindly note that this review was written almost 1 year ago. Back then they used to pay investors but lately it turns out that this is a ponzi scheme. I know they will exit in January and probably put up a fake statement on their website saying how trades went bad and investors only have x amount of days to withdraw whatever is remaining. We will update this review anways

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  5. They are a scam, havn’t been processing any withdraws since Oct and only some people in Sept. They keep blaming a company called Swiftxchange but no proof is even given that its a real company.

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