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Offline TradersWay.JC

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Re: Tradersway
« Reply #150 on: September 11, 2014, 01:54:14 AM »
Hey MaximB13,

You have asked some good questions so I will do my best to break them down and answer them for you:



1. "Where are your servers situated? City, country?"

We actually have servers spread across Europe and Asia in multiple countries. We don't keep our servers situated in a single location.


2. "What/who are your regulators?"

We are domiciled in Dominica. There is no regulation for FX in Dominica as there are in other jurisdictions. However, not regulated does not necessarily mean a "scam" or anything of the sort; I have personally seen many regulated brokers from all over the world, even in the United States, breaking the law and going against regulation in some way. I just wanted to clarify this point as we do our best to be as transparent as possible.


3. "Somewhere, I have read, you are Market Maker broker, on the main page it's written STP/NDD, so what are you?"

This is not true. Trader's Way makes its money off of successful clients, not off of those who lose their accounts with us. Our success is tied to the success to each and every one of you guys. Long term clients who make a lot of money with our services bring in the most money by paying us commissions over many months and years. We do not take the other side of any trades.


4. "What bridge do you use, to transfer data?"

We use multiple bridges -- we use our own bridges and also services from WADMAX Technologies: http://www.wadmaxtech.com/


5. "Do you use services of some payment processorts, to accept funds via WebMoney? Or accepting them directly to your WM purse?"

We have our own WebMoney account and accept client funds directly to our business' purse.




Hope this helps. I am happy to answer anyone's questions!

Best,
Joe Carney
« Last Edit: November 08, 2014, 05:58:14 PM by TradersWay.JC »

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Re: Tradersway
« Reply #151 on: September 17, 2014, 10:01:50 AM »
Joe Carney, a rep from TradersWay is now on the forum to assist and answer any questions you may have about this broker

Welcome Joe!

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Re: Tradersway
« Reply #152 on: September 17, 2014, 03:02:45 PM »
Joe Carney, a rep from TradersWay is now on the forum to assist and answer any questions you may have about this broker

Welcome Joe!

Thank you DamBuster! To everyone on the forum -- I will checking this thread often in case you have any questions you'd like to discuss. You can also reach me via the email address in my profile if your matter requires some privacy.

Good luck with your trading!

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Re: Tradersway
« Reply #153 on: April 05, 2015, 03:29:36 AM »
What kind of cockemayme outfit doesn't accept wire transfer deposits/withdrawals?!

That by itself is a huge red flag.

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Re: Tradersway
« Reply #154 on: April 05, 2015, 05:07:36 AM »
Quote from: aicohn link=msg=336023 date=1428200976

What kind of cockemayme outfit doesn't accept wire transfer deposits/withdrawals?!

That by itself is a huge red flag.


aicohn,

We have never stopped supporting wire transfer withdrawals -- for now these requests must be made directly to our Payments Department via email. We have temporarily disabled wire transfer deposits from USA and EU clients as our bank (who also serves other Forex brokers) just recently informed us that they had a really big issue with another Forex broker that holds an account with them. As a result, our bank asked us to hold off on accepting wire deposits from US and EU. We removed everything from the Private Office so we can await more details. However, we have recently opened up another bank account in order to mitigate this.

While sometimes it may be difficult for clients (from the United States especially) to make a deposit, I assure you that we never ever put any of them in a position where they cannot otherwise retrieve their funds. While we had removed wire transfer withdrawals from the Private Office, we can still process them via email and have continued to do so without issue (and yes, that includes wire withdrawals to clients within the USA and all over the European Union).

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Re: Tradersway
« Reply #155 on: April 05, 2015, 06:47:33 PM »
Finding another bank is the better answer.  You won't be taken seriously as a broker without the ability to move money in and out by bank wire.  Furthermore, that plethora of other options in the absence of a bank wire option makes you look even worse.

In truth, I don't know whether you're reputable or not.  We have absolutely no way of judging that for sure aside from reputation and what we see with our eyes.  But what's visible here is not reassuring at all.

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Re: Tradersway
« Reply #156 on: April 06, 2015, 02:36:57 AM »
Quote from: aicohn link=msg=336057 date=1428256053

Finding another bank is the better answer.  You won't be taken seriously as a broker without the ability to move money in and out by bank wire.  Furthermore, that plethora of other options in the absence of a bank wire option makes you look even worse.

In truth, I don't know whether you're reputable or not.  We have absolutely no way of judging that for sure aside from reputation and what we see with our eyes.  But what's visible here is not reassuring at all.


We have been around for over four years and are taken quite seriously by our very large client base. We simply are in the process of switching banks and had to temporarily disable wire transfer deposits for clients in the EU and the USA. As mentioned, we have not stopped wire transfer withdrawals -- these requests can be sent to our Payments Department's email address. Thus, there has been no disruption whatsoever to moving money out of trading accounts.

We also have quite a reputation if you search around the internet elsewhere, such as on Forex Peace Army as one example. We are also one of three offshore brokers serving US residents who have earned Trusted Broker status on the very active Baby Pips thread -- Going Offshore to Escape the CFTC (did not post a link here, but you can easily find it with a Google search).

I believe that there is much more data visible to you than what you are currently using to base your judgment.


Regards,
JC

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Re: Tradersway
« Reply #157 on: April 06, 2015, 02:41:43 AM »
Quote from: aicohn link=msg=336057 date=1428256053

Finding another bank is the better answer.  You won't be taken seriously as a broker without the ability to move money in and out by bank wire.  Furthermore, that plethora of other options in the absence of a bank wire option makes you look even worse.

In truth, I don't know whether you're reputable or not.  We have absolutely no way of judging that for sure aside from reputation and what we see with our eyes.  But what's visible here is not reassuring at all.


Further, instead of going back and forth in this manner, which may not be too productive, I invite you to send me a Private message with your email address and we can set up a phone call for any time this week. Please also let me know your location in your email so I know your time zone. I am located in the Dominica timezone -- GMT-4, which is the same as the East Coast United States.


JC

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Re: Tradersway
« Reply #158 on: December 20, 2015, 11:54:58 AM »
Yes I understand this thread is old but how in the hell do you get what you want when to talk to someone like that? 
You definitely need to work on your communication skills.

First you have got to understand this isn't a Tradersway problem.  It's an international banking problem.
If you have a problem with it, quit electing people to US Government that are stupid morons that want to track everything
you do as an American and implement laws like Foreign Affairs Tax Compliance Act(FATCA) while getting fatcat kick backs from lobbyists and special interest groups who could care less about your well being.

That you are not aware of the reasons WHY they can't accept wires instantly tells me that you are not read into International Banking Rules or US Government Commerce and Tax Code.  If you are new to this business that could be the reason why.  We knew about this years ago. So the fact that you are complaining about it this year means you aren't an informed trader or you simply did not conduct international trade prior to this year.

If I were an international banker being threatened with lawsuits and interruption of business by US government for non compliance
I would tell all those US citizens to go take a hike.

Secondly they are definitely thinking the same thing, "What kind of government wants to know where every single dollar of every citizen is in full detail?  We could be in trouble. That's a HUGE RED FLAG.  Ok dump Americans."  And it costs them very few in losses versus having to go out of business completely because their rights to use US Dollars at the Federal Reserve was revoked.

So please get your facts straight.  It is YOUR COCKEMAYME GOVERNMENT that US citizens elected that
caused all these problems for you NOT Tradersway or their banks. This in and of itself is a HUGE RED FLAG that the US Government is up to no good and feeding upon it's own citizens to support itself.


Quote from: aicohn link=msg=336023 date=1428200976

What kind of cockemayme outfit doesn't accept wire transfer deposits/withdrawals?!

That by itself is a huge red flag.


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Finding another bank is the better answer.  You won't be taken seriously as a broker without the ability to move money in and out by bank wire.  Furthermore, that plethora of other options in the absence of a bank wire option makes you look even worse.

In truth, I don't know whether you're reputable or not.  We have absolutely no way of judging that for sure aside from reputation and what we see with our eyes.  But what's visible here is not reassuring at all.
« Last Edit: December 20, 2015, 12:11:04 PM by DigitalCrypto »

 

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