Boston Merchant Financial Reviews

In this section We will analyze the broker called Boston Merchant Financial (also known as BMFN) which is part of Boston Merchant Financial, Ltd, a Forex broker.

The broker is based in Sofia, Bulgaria. The broker, at least apparently, is regulated by the FSC of Bulgaria, and registered with the FSP of New Zealand and the ASIC of Australia.

Usually, in this section of the section we usually analyze the different types of account that the broker offers to its clients, but in this case, the broker apparently only offers a single type of account (in addition to the DEMO account, of course) so We will name the specifications of this single type of account: $ 50 minimum initial amount, more than 99 different instruments to trade, 2 platforms to trade, 1,4 pips in most major currency pairs, possibility of trading micro lots, leverage Flexible up to 200: 1, no commissions or additional charges, only the spread is paid, no trading styles prohibited, they are all allowed.

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The broker allows trading with MetaTrader and Unitrader.

Now then, we will go on to analyze the different resources and help that the broker offers to its clients and traders.

Boston Merchant Financial Website - BMFN
Boston Merchant Financial Website - BMFN

In the case of the Boston Merchant Financial broker, resources are offered and provided such as: specifications on each possible currency pair to operate, the economic calendar, the different market closing times, they also have a section of educational videos, explaining all kinds of basic concepts, although the videos are entirely in English.

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Other information about Boston Merchant Financial

We will leave you some more information in case you want to contact the broker, or see their website for yourself.

Website: bmfn.com/es/

Phone number: +3 592 401 2636, +1 514 667 8470, +359 2 491 7016, +7 499 270 0067, +61 2 8805 1957 and +86 400 611 8610

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Ending with this section, in our opinion the Boston Merchant Financial broker is reliable, but must be handled with CARE Why? Since we have not received or found negative comments, it appears to be new in Spanish-speaking countries.

What is your opinion? Have you traded with this broker? Are you a customer? Do you think our opinion is not correct? We invite you to collaborate with us and vote, you can also leave a comment on our website with your experience if you are a client of the broker.

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What do you think of Boston Merchant Financial? What has been your experience?


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4 comments on «Boston Merchant Financial - BMFN»

  1. Jorge gonzalez Reply

    Good evening twelve years ago I made a contract with you through Gustavo Torres from Colombia and he did not appear again and I do not know the status of the account that I opened in the year
    2010 03 27

    United Kingdom
    EFFICIARY
    *BENEFICIARY ACCOUNT NUMBER
    GB88 PNBP 1656 7108 4400 26
    ADDRESS OF THE BENEFICIARY BANK
    30 Fenchurch Street, London, UK EC3M
    *SWIFT CODE OF THE BENEFICIARY BANK

    BP 1656 7108 4400 26 PNBPGB2L

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      Hi Jorge, thanks for writing about Boston Merchant Financial. Currently this broker is considered a SCAM.

      If you are a client, do not make more contributions, their only objective is to steal from you, they manipulate operations manually, they keep the money from when it reaches their accounts, it does not enter the market, everything is prepared for you to lose or make you lose your money to have the excuse to keep it.

      If you decide to withdraw and they request a ransom in the form of commissions, taxes, fees, legalizations, etc. Never pay it! That's the warning, from that moment you have to know that you are a client of a scam broker and no matter how much you pay you will never see your money.

      To help other users or customers, provide as much information as possible, explain how everything happened, where you saw the advertising, who called you, numbers from which you were dialed, emails and everything that comes to mind.

      If you want to recover your money go to our chat or check the form in this link: CLAIM YOUR MONEY

      Greetings.

  2. Hector Herrera Reply

    I have been working my personal account at BMFN for 6 years and the truth is that from the moment I had an advisor in Latin America, everything flowed better. Excellent service, there is always an answer and above all, the money returns to your hands, something that is important.

    • Recommended Brokers Reply

      Hi Hector, thank you very much for sharing your experience with Boston Merchant Financial… Can you tell us more about your experience with this company? Do you remember how you came to find them? Do you have names of advisers, emails? Be careful because it is an unregulated broker.

      Greetings.

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