Solidary Markets reviews

In this section we will analyze the broker called Solidary Markets FX, a Forex broker. The broker is based in Dunedin, New Zealand. The broker is based in New Zealand and it is an unregulated broker.

CNMV Warning
CNMV warning

It should be noted that we have noticed that the CNMV issued a warning against Solidary Markets.

Now then we will go on to analyze the different types of account of the broker, in this case, the broker offers the option of 4 different account types, the Mini Account, the Standard Account, the Top Account and the Elite Account.

 

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We will begin then, with the Mini Account, the minimum initial deposit is $ 10, the maximum leverage is 1: 200, it is possible to trade 45 pairs of Forex currency and binary options, the maximum lot is 10, it has internal execution, 40% margin call and Stop Out 20%.

The next type of account is the Standard Account: the minimum initial deposit is $ 50, the maximum leverage is 1: 200, it is possible to trade 45 currency pairs and binary options, the maximum lot is 100, it has execution of STP to Market, Margin Call of 200% and Stop Out of 100%.

The third type of account is TOP account: the minimum initial deposit is $ 100, the maximum leverage is 1: 200, it is possible to trade 45 currency pairs and binary options, the maximum lot is 50, it has execution of STP to Market, Margin Call of 200% and Stop Out of 100%.

The last type of account is the Elite Account: the minimum initial deposit is $ 100, the maximum leverage is 1: 200, it is possible to trade 45 currency pairs and binary options, the maximum lot is 100, it has execution of STP to Market, Margin Call of 200% and Stop Out of 100%.

You can see more specifications about the different types of account in the following image:

Solidary Markets FX account types
Solidary Markets FX account types

 

HR platforms to operate that the broker offers are: MetaTrader 4 and SMFX Webtrader.

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

Solidary Markets website
Solidary Markets website

In the case of the Solidary Markets broker, the company provides the following resources and assistance to the trader:.

 

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Other information about Solidary Markets

 

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

Website: solidarymarkets.com

Phone number: +64 (0) 34718262 - New Zealand

Email address: [email protected]

 

Ending with this section, in our opinion the Solidary Markets broker is reliable, but must be handled with CARE Why? We have found both negative and positive comments about the broker, his reputation is not very clear, he does not have regulation.

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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22 comments on «Solidary Markets: Rating and Comments»

  1. Jacinta Reply

    solidaritymarkets is the biggest fraud in history, withdraw your money, it will be stolen!!

    • Recommended brokers.com Post AuthorReply

      Hi Jacinta, thanks for commenting on Solidary Markets. This broker is a SCAM. Do not send them money, they want to get as much money as possible with lies, the operations are not real, they do not put the money in the market, they just make it look and in the end they tell you that you have lost and they keep it.

      If to withdraw your money they ask you for more to pay taxes, fees, legalizations, etc. Do not do it! It is a clear sign that they want to steal your money and they will not return anything even if you pay.

      If you have more information about the company, we ask you to share it with us, especially if it is information that you think can help other people investing with this company.

      Do you have names of advisers, numbers, emails from which they have contacted you? Do you remember how you found this broker in the first place?

      To get your money back, try our chat or this link: CLAIM YOUR MONEY, WE HELP YOU

      Greetings.

  2. Alice Reply

    As for Luisa's comment, I'm curious. Solidary market is a broker and from your comment I understand that you did not operate the markets yourself, but that you gave the money to someone who operated it for you and lost all the money in 15 days. So your mistake was trusting who you gave your capital to. Always require an audited account from traders. It doesn't fail!!! If they don't give it to you, be suspicious of those traders but don't blame that broker, whatever the broker. It's just advice from someone who's been in business for over 10 years

    • Recommended brokers.com Post AuthorReply

      Hi Alicia, thanks for commenting on Solidary Markets. This broker is a SCAM. Do not send them money, they want to get as much money as possible with lies, the operations are not real, the money is not put on the market, they only show it and in the end they tell you that you have lost and they keep it.

      If to withdraw your money they ask you for more to pay taxes, fees, legalizations, etc. Do not do it! It is a clear sign that they want to steal your money and they will not return anything even if you pay.

      If you have more information about the company, we ask you to share it with us, especially if it is information that you think can help other people investing with this company.

      Do you have names of advisers, numbers, emails from which they have contacted you? Do you remember how you found this broker in the first place?

      To get your money back, try our chat or this link: CLAIM YOUR MONEY, WE HELP YOU

      Greetings.

  3. Bernard Reply

    I don't know if someone in this forum can help me withdraw my money, these bastards don't want to give it to me, they are scammers!!!!!

    • Recommended brokers.com Post AuthorReply

      Hello Bernardo, you can get your money back, the Solidary Markets broker is a SCAM and I do not see that it is registered in New Zealand to operate with a Broker license, it is Unregistered as it says in this link: https://app.companiesoffice.govt.nz/fsp/app/ui/fsp/version/searchSummaryCompanyFSP/FSP307986/11.do And if it is registered as a normal company that offers a Trust service, as for shell companies that manage other people's money (See here) And one of the directors is Angel Eduardo DINARTE MUNOZ from El Salvador. With all this I would not risk putting a single peso on such a company, I will probably end up losing everything in the end. It is not advisable to invest in such a company, it smells like SCAM.
      As you can see on our website, we give you the option of being able to recover all or part of the money with a company that specializes in it and that has proven to be very effective:
      https://brokersrecomendados.com/reclama-tu-dinero-te-ayudamos/

      regards

  4. Luisa Reply

    Well, I can tell. I have been ripped off and all over my face. Which are € 3000 but they are mine. Not a single day of profit and in less than 15 days they tell me that they have lost everything they are going to do that this is the danger of investing when the market is rising. What some scammers said

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      Hello Luisa, you can get your money back, the Solidary Markets broker is a SCAM and I don't see that it is registered in New Zealand to operate with a Broker license, it is Deregistered as it says in this link: https://app.companiesoffice.govt.nz/fsp/app/ui/fsp/version/searchSummaryCompanyFSP/FSP307986/11.do And if it is registered as a normal company that offers a Trust service, as for shell companies that manage other people's money (See here) And one of the directors is Angel Eduardo DINARTE MUNOZ from El Salvador. With all this I would not risk putting a single peso on such a company, I will probably end up losing everything in the end. It is not advisable to invest in such a company, it smells like SCAM.
      As you can see on our website, we give you the option of being able to recover all or part of the money with a company that specializes in it and that has proven to be very effective:
      https://brokersrecomendados.com/reclama-tu-dinero-te-ayudamos/

      regards

  5. Arnold Reply

    If the broker is regulated and scam you can make a claim xD I am leaving. In the end, a broker does not care what regulation he has if he has to screw you, he will screw you the same and that anyone who knows a little about this knows it perfectly.
    Ole for Solidary Markets that there are no balls for someone to speak ill of them except the author of the blog and the corrupt cnmv

    • Recommended Brokers Post AuthorReply

      Hello Arnold, the Solidary Markets broker I do not see that it is registered in New Zealand to operate with a Broker license, it is Deregistered as it says in this link: https://app.companiesoffice.govt.nz/fsp/app/ui/fsp/version/searchSummaryCompanyFSP/FSP307986/11.do And if it is registered as a normal company that offers a Trust service, as for shell companies that manage other people's money (See here) And one of the directors is Angel Eduardo DINARTE MUNOZ from El Salvador. With all this I would not risk putting a single peso on such a company, I will probably end up losing everything in the end. It is not advisable to invest in such a company, it smells like SCAM.
      As you can see on our website, we give you the option of being able to recover all or part of the money with a company that specializes in it and that has proven to be very effective:
      https://brokersrecomendados.com/reclama-tu-dinero-te-ayudamos/

      regards

  6. FERNANDO from Solidary Markets Reply

    Good morning to everybody. Here I leave you an absolutely overwhelming argument: if after more than 7 years operating with thousands of clients, in more than 50 countries in the world, making dozens of daily income and withdrawals, the only thing that someone can say against Solidary Markets is the A warning from the CNMV, which by the way, they themselves publish on their website (solidarymarkets .com / about_us / regulation), so we are without a doubt a totally honest and trustworthy broker. What defines a good broker is not its regulation, its luxurious offices or the beauty of its staff, but its ethics, good behavior over time, and a close and professional treatment with its clients, and in that, Solidary Markets has always been exemplary. By the way, I suppose we are talking about the same CNMV that allowed the commercialization of the Preferentials or the IPO of Bankia, right? Cases that have ruined and squandered the savings of thousands of families in our country. I don't think much more needs to be said. Health for all.

    • Recommended Brokers Post AuthorReply

      Investing in an unregulated broker is always very risky, and we never recommend investing with unregulated companies due to the large number of scams associated with unregulated companies, such as Solidary Markets. The Bankia case speaks very badly of the CNMV and Bankia, but even so we would never recommend investing with an unregulated company.

      Greetings.

  7. Carlos Reply

    Solidary Markets is one of the most sincere brokers I know. I have spoken with them several times through the chat and they have helped me a lot to clarify doubts about some issues in the market, that even several "experts" had told me something different.
    In relation to the CNMV notice, they have also clarified it for me and what they have told me makes sense.
    I have two accounts with them, one where I operate and the other is copying a Social trading system.
    So my recommendation is to look for information about this broker online and if you have any questions, contact them in the chat, they will see that they are very close and apart from that they are traders so they really help you, they are not commercial.
    This has been my experience, so far a very good one.

    • Recommended Brokers Post AuthorReply

      Hello Carlos, thank you very much for sharing your experience with Solidary Markets with us, well, thanks for the information ... Well then, clarify to us about the CNMV notice, because they have been accused of being a financial bar and of raising money from people from Spain illegally.

      A greeting.

      • Carlos Reply

        Hello again, from what they have told me in the chat, they say that they are not registered with the CNMV and they agree that they cannot advertise in Spain, something that they do not do.
        They also tell me that they can accept clients from most countries in the world, including Spain, since they are accounts requested on demand, it is the clients who come to them and request the account.
        So I think they have not raised money illegally.
        I recommend that you contact them directly and see what they say.
        Regards,

        • Recommended Brokers Post AuthorReply

          Well, who do you trust more, a financial regulator or an unregulated broker? In any case, tell them to speak here on the web to solve doubts, they have probably already seen these comments and assessment of your company ...

          • Carlos

            Everywhere they say that a regulated broker is safer, but I can only tell you about my experience and my experience has been very good, I repeat, my experience.
            The chat agents have given me a very good example, they have told me who I prefer, if an official car workshop or my trusted mechanic, my answer has been that I prefer my trusted mechanic.
            Leave your link to the chat agents to see if they can give their opinion.

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            It is not that everyone says, it is a fact that a regulated broker is safer, for example: if for some reason Solidary Markets disappears or does not behave ethically with clients, clients will not be able to do anything at all, they will have no one with whom to present a complaint, on the contrary, in the case of a regulated broker, in a serious country, if the broker misbehaves with clients, the broker's clients can go or file a complaint with the regulatory body ... Well, taking into account the amount Of cases of unregulated brokers that disappear from one day to the next, we always lean more towards a regulated broker. The metaphor of cars in this case is useless.

  8. Ramon Reply

    Solidary Markets for me at the moment is the best I have tried and even better than many in Spain. Cheap commissions and unmatched Spanish-speaking support. Even by skaype.

    • Recommended Brokers Post AuthorReply

      Hello Ramón, thank you very much for sharing your experience with Solidary Markets with us… Do you remember how you came to find this company? Do you know that the Spanish CNMV has issued a warning against this company?

      A greeting.

  9. Eduardo Reply

    It took me about 2 years to finally find a Broker that had the favorable conditions that normally only receive very large accounts. I manage small accounts for my clients and SolidaryMarkets became my ally. The support service is the best in the Hispanic market, very close to the trader. I recommend it one hundred percent. I hope we continue hand in hand forever.

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      Hello Eduardo, thank you very much for sharing your opinion about Solidary Markets with us, greetings.

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