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Offline jeuro

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Re: TICKMILL - replacing Armada with FSA Seychelles regulation
« Reply #60 on: January 05, 2015, 10:12:44 AM »
Good info Rodney.
It is a summary of company details .... but where we find that they applied for a license and was not granted?

I mean, by the history,   it seem the company is in good standing until 08/2015 (next review date)   and they have submitted structural  changes as late as December  2014, processed,  accepted and effective.


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Offline rodneyp

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Re: TICKMILL - replacing Armada with FSA Seychelles regulation
« Reply #61 on: January 05, 2015, 11:28:35 AM »
Good info Rodney.
It is a summary of company details .... but where we find that they applied for a license and was not granted?

I mean, by the history,   it seem the company is in good standing until 08/2015 (next review date)   and they have submitted structural  changes as late as December  2014, processed,  accepted and effective.


J.

Why dont you ask them yourself why they don't have a licence. From my perspective I now have confidentical infomation and can not reveal it online.

I will give you the clues, you can work the rest out yourself.

I should also add that the structural change was the resignation of their 2 australian directors. I suggest you ask them why this happened  ;)
« Last Edit: January 05, 2015, 12:34:06 PM by rodneyp »

Offline Purri

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Re: TICKMILL - replacing Armada with FSA Seychelles regulation
« Reply #62 on: January 05, 2015, 01:58:42 PM »
The Mattus bros are dodgy as fuck. Did they really transfer customer funds to a Seychelles-company without their prior consent? lol. People probably only have lunch-money accounts there anyways.

Offline jeuro

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Re: TICKMILL - replacing Armada with FSA Seychelles regulation
« Reply #63 on: January 05, 2015, 02:29:00 PM »
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 You are funny Rodney :) Sure.
I could  ask them... but instead I ask you.  Do you  really have proof they  applied for a license and was not granted???   

Otherwise  is  just assumption.

We all can have opinion or  assumptions. Sometimes right, sometimes wrong :D

For example, I can assume that they will apply later on time. Or that things changed due to that  Armada no longer have retail clients so they may need to set up a company called Tickmill in Australia instead of Armada... and so on.

By the way, in the finance world, and in setting up overseas companies,  changing local board members is the most common step when going from  dormant to active. I am sure you know this. (locals usually are the ones they got paid for setting the LC up.)   

If the LC is dormant, who cares who the board member are.  If will start to function, nobody  is dumb enough to have outsiders in the board.  :D :D :D   

J.


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Re: TICKMILL - replacing Armada with FSA Seychelles regulation
« Reply #64 on: January 05, 2015, 02:36:57 PM »
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 You are funny Rodney :) Sure.
I could  ask them... but instead I ask you.  Do you  really have proof they  applied for a license and was not granted???   

Otherwise  is  just assumption.

We all can have opinion or  assumptions. Sometimes right, sometimes wrong :D

For example, I can assume that they will apply later on time. Or that things changed due to that  Armada no longer have retail clients so they may need to set up a company called Tickmill in Australia instead of Armada... and so on.

By the way, in the finance world, and in setting up overseas companies,  changing local board members is the most common step when going from  dormant to active. I am sure you know this. (locals usually are the ones they got paid for setting the LC up.)   

If the LC is dormant, who cares who the board member are.  If will start to function, nobody  is dumb enough to have outsiders in the board.  :D :D :D   

J.3

I have all the proof "jeuro"... however, some things are best left for those "trolling" the forums  to ponder about for a while!!.

When the time is right all will be revealed (if you don't work it out for yourself beforehand).

Read between the lines young "jeuro".

Offline Zuttasoxx

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Re: TICKMILL - replacing Armada with FSA Seychelles regulation
« Reply #65 on: January 05, 2015, 02:50:06 PM »
Rodney is such a nice troll on the forum.. The ignore button will sure come in handy..

Armada applied to several regulators but it's not like buying bread where you show them the money and they give you the license.. It takes time
But I feel like I am wasting my energy just by replying to you.

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Re: TICKMILL - replacing Armada with FSA Seychelles regulation
« Reply #66 on: January 05, 2015, 03:05:32 PM »
Rodney is such a nice troll on the forum.. The ignore button will sure come in handy..

Armada applied to several regulators but it's not like buying bread where you show them the money and they give you the license.. It takes time
But I feel like I am wasting my energy just by replying to you.

In the Seychelles it's like buying a case of beer. However in other juristictions it does take a few months the but not 1.5 years.

Again I repeat myself, read between the lines  ;) or choose to igore the facts and reality  :)
« Last Edit: January 05, 2015, 03:07:41 PM by rodneyp »

Offline Changleitrade

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Re: TICKMILL - replacing Armada with FSA Seychelles regulation
« Reply #67 on: January 05, 2015, 06:11:28 PM »
It is getting a little bit disgusting to see some individuals going around in different threads and posting crap about every single broker except...

Rodneyp, you said that "ASIC has denied the licence". Others have asked many times and I myself ask you to prove this. Can IC Markets you do this? Or is it just general practice of individuals working for a certain broker to throw shit towards other brokers and then accidentally say that you are moving to broker X now? We have already heard what you have to say. Can't you people use google, facebook and other channels for promoting your services?

Let's keep the threads in this brokers section and other sections of the forum clean. If you have a personal agenda or you want to promote broker X and throw shit towards others then I am sure broker X has enough money to buy a domain, hosting and pay a cosy salary to all these "talented" experts.

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Re: TICKMILL - replacing Armada with FSA Seychelles regulation
« Reply #68 on: January 05, 2015, 08:40:15 PM »
The ignore button will sure come in handy..
ignore list is available since long time. Click on your profile http://www.donnaforex.com/forum/index.php?action=profile;area=lists;sa=ignore
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Offline Zuttasoxx

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Re: TICKMILL - replacing Armada with FSA Seychelles regulation
« Reply #69 on: January 05, 2015, 08:41:41 PM »

The ignore button will sure come in handy..
ignore list is available since long time. Click on your profile http://www.donnaforex.com/forum/index.php?action=profile;area=lists;sa=ignore

Thanks. It used to be an ignore button. But found the list too.

Offline reddevil

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Re: TICKMILL - replacing Armada with FSA Seychelles regulation
« Reply #70 on: January 05, 2015, 10:18:24 PM »
Just want to comment on the company rules in Australia.

Besides having a resident director and resident company secretary, AFS license requires stringent background check. I lived in 5 countries in the last 5 years and requires that security check before I could work for a financial institution. The amount of information that foreign government share with each other is unbelievable especially since I signed a form authorising any body with information to supply them !

 all AFSL holders must hold capital & client money locally. previous NZ FMA rules did not require that which is why lots of brokers setup in NZ. They may have change the rules now. I haven't kept up with the rules until my next police check !


Offline rodneyp

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Re: TICKMILL - replacing Armada with FSA Seychelles regulation
« Reply #71 on: January 05, 2015, 10:43:53 PM »
It is getting a little bit disgusting to see some individuals going around in different threads and posting crap about every single broker except...

Rodneyp, you said that "ASIC has denied the licence". Others have asked many times and I myself ask you to prove this. Can IC Markets you do this? Or is it just general practice of individuals working for a certain broker to throw shit towards other brokers and then accidentally say that you are moving to broker X now? We have already heard what you have to say. Can't you people use google, facebook and other channels for promoting your services?

Let's keep the threads in this brokers section and other sections of the forum clean. If you have a personal agenda or you want to promote broker X and throw shit towards others then I am sure broker X has enough money to buy a domain, hosting and pay a cosy salary to all these "talented" experts.

Can you please show me exactly where the words "ASIC has denied the licence" have been used in my post. Since your so talented I am sure you can help me here.

Also do you work for Armada Markets, "Tickmill"? It appears that 10 out of your whopping 19 of posts relate to them (that is 52% of everything you publish in this forum)...
« Last Edit: January 05, 2015, 11:03:28 PM by rodneyp »

Offline Purri

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Re: TICKMILL - replacing Armada with FSA Seychelles regulation
« Reply #72 on: January 06, 2015, 03:47:40 AM »
The failed ASIC application aside - ask yourself why they are leaving Europe in the first place. The answer is obvious: they were providing financial services to EU residents without regulation, and without having a Mifid passport that would allow them to do so. It may have been legal in Estonia itself, but they were not allowed to take clients from other EU countries. They started taking heat from Poland, others were bound to follow. Why did they not go for a low-cost license from Cyprus like so many others? Its not unreasonable to anticipate passporting problems with a problematic history like that with atleast one  eeu member country.
Considering the above, together with the shit they pulled in the states, and considering the level of information-exchange between regulators worldwide, its also not unreasonable to speculate that they do not satisfy fit&proper criteria for carrying out a regulated activity downunder. That would leave you with places like the Sechelles..
« Last Edit: January 06, 2015, 03:51:21 AM by Purri »

Offline Changleitrade

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Re: TICKMILL - replacing Armada with FSA Seychelles regulation
« Reply #73 on: January 06, 2015, 06:57:19 AM »
Rodneyp, you are some piece of work. On January 2 you said: "their application was denied". Now, are you man enough to admit that you were lying?

I actually happen to be a client of Tickmill. So there is no need for me to go to your IC Markets thread and see how you are so elegantly working there. As you know I am not the only one here who has realized your agenda. Should we all go to your thread and start throwing shit at IC Markets? I will certainly not as I have better things to do with my time.

So again, can you post some evidence to actually prove that what you were stating is actually true?

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Re: TICKMILL - replacing Armada with FSA Seychelles regulation
« Reply #74 on: January 06, 2015, 07:44:05 AM »
For your reference a copy of my post is below  ;)



Here is that proof I said that I would provide, this is a company extract which is publicly available information from the ASIC website. They set up a company in August 2013 and for whatever reason ASIC has not granted them a licence



I have no agenda my friend, i dont care for any broker, I will however voice my opinon and share the facts. Whether you like or believe what I say is entirely up to you  8)

Happy trading.
« Last Edit: January 06, 2015, 08:01:05 AM by rodneyp »

 

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