Anyone trading with AFX Super Trading Online

FXJohnny

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Hi guys,

I am new to this forum, but just wanted to ask if anyone has traded with SuperTradingOnline. I am looking to open an account with them and they offer cTrader platform as well, on ECN conditions. Their spreads seem to be OK when compared to my broker and are FCA registered in UK.

Has any one traded with them? Did any have any difficulties with them at all, like withdrawing funds and order executions? I would much appreciate if you can share with us.

Thanks
 
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za3eem

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hi
actually i trade with them they are so good if you need any help just contact Mr.Evram
he is my account manager he will give you all the support you need plus a good bonus offer ;) just tell him that you are a friend of me sami awwad .
 

Fibonarchie

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I'd be careful. They are not really FCA regulated but Cyprus regulated as far as I know, think all transactions go trough Cyprus. were AFX beofre, something else before that.. why do they keep changing names you have to wonder? heard stories of really slow withdrawals but do offer negatoive balance protection though if you want to try it out!
 

za3eem

Newbie
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its up to you to trade with them or not, but am sure they are a good fx broker as i told you am so happy with them plus its good to know a person inside the company to follow with them and to help you if you need anything, according to the company name they separate the company for two section afx for the partners and the sto for the client, and about the negative balance protection do not worry about this issue :) about the withdraw its take about 5 days in normal week upto 7 if there is any bank holidays :)
 

FXJohnny

Newbie
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thanks for replies! I think, they give you option to open an account either under FCA or under cyprus regulation! i know looking at what happened in cyprus you need to be careful, but I am still going on a demo account with STO. at their website they seem that they have client money held into a UK bank - Barclays! I keep looking at live broker spreads at myfxbook, and they AFX/STO seem to have constant 1-1.2 spread on EURUSD, whereas with many other brokers, spreads keep moving up and down a lot and that's why I am considering still to go with this broker. Negative balance protection is good thing in deed. but does anyone know what stop out levels are? Mr za3eem, since you trade with them, do you what bonus promotions they have right now?

Thank you
 

za3eem

Newbie
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sorry for the late reply but with STO/afx you will have an option for stop out when you reach to 5%
 

fish1234

Newbie
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Did you open an account with these guys?!

Any negatives so far? Was checking their site the other day and might give them a go.
 

za3eem

Newbie
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dear fish1234,

if you are willing to open a treading account with afxcapital / supertradingonline go ahead do not worry.

& if you want i will provide you with all contact of my account manager he will be happy to help you really they are good & honest.
 

za3eem

Newbie
5 0
thanks for replies! I think, they give you option to open an account either under FCA or under cyprus regulation! i know looking at what happened in cyprus you need to be careful, but I am still going on a demo account with STO. at their website they seem that they have client money held into a UK bank - Barclays! I keep looking at live broker spreads at myfxbook, and they AFX/STO seem to have constant 1-1.2 spread on EURUSD, whereas with many other brokers, spreads keep moving up and down a lot and that's why I am considering still to go with this broker. Negative balance protection is good thing in deed. but does anyone know what stop out levels are? Mr za3eem, since you trade with them, do you what bonus promotions they have right now?

Thank you

they offer now 30% bonus( but to be honest i get 50%:innocent:) + they carry all the withdraw bank fees ( its mean if you ask to withdraw 200$ to your bank account that what we will get & they will carry all the bank fees).
 
 
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