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  • i2 Investments requires fund deposits to their company in Bahamas. Is that normal?

    When you open a forex managed account with the company i2investments, you have to send money to a company in the Bahamas - http://ansbacher.bs/
    This company holds funds in a German bank, Deutsche Bank. I am not familiar with this type of investing in the FX industry.

    Normally managed accounts are opened under you own name , under a brokerage you chose, and often controlled with PAMM, or MAM software for trade replication.

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    What is your opinion?
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    I2 Investment is likely ran by some Affiliate/Internet marketers with introducing background. This industry is hurting due to too many EA Scams run by affiliate marketers with zero background of trading, scams and more scams.

    They utilize Google ads (including banners) and search quite extensively. The website itself is already like a chopshop, they trying to promote some ALGO Gold's system of others.

    But like you mentioned correctly, a managed account should be with a reputable 3rd party broker even if using via their signup link which is fine.

    Transmitting money overseas to their account is totally wrong move - Newbie investors with no prior trading knowledge may fall for this, which appeared to me like a Forex scam that's quite common in Asia - JJPTR, TP Eagles etc.

    They should not be operating as CIS - collective investment scheme, should only operate as Introducer with their affiliate links, else it's totally wrong.

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