PrimeFMS

PrimeFMS, primefms.com

Another scam very similar to Aston Forex and EurobondFX (seems they may be ‘white labelling’ the brokerage?)

They called me, supposedly from London (and a very busy call centre by the sounds of it). First thing I try to establish is if they are actually where they say they are. They gave me their website and I looked up the contact page to find the address. Only about 600m north of the Thames River. I asked the first person if they knew the river not far from them. Didn’t even know a river was there. Pretty much the same answer from the next ‘broker’. Finally, the third ‘manager’ actually knew the name of the river, only because I gave them a hint that it was the main river going through London.¬†Supposedly she also rode her bike to work, but couldn’t name the suburb she lived in.

Though they say they have been around for most of a decade and are a ‘household name’ , their domain name was only registered in April this year, and they are Still not listed with Any regulatory body ( now they are saying they are regulated in Cyprus, which doesn’t do much for their credibility). That means, if anything goes wrong, you have no-one to turn to.¬† They say they are registered in the UK as a private company but cannot prove it. Be warned.

Apart from this lack of credibility, they also want you to sign up for an account with them ASAP. Their main sales pitch is that you can use SIRIX, a social trade copier. I didn’t get as far as find out where their banking is done.

I would steer well clear.

ALso a report here from Forex Conclusions

7 thoughts on “PrimeFMS

  1. Amardeep Singh

    Prime FMS is SCAM. I lost USD 18150/-

    I have all the facts and figures with me. I have emails sent to Jordan for refund and not to open any trade under my account but still they opened the trades. And all the money was gone.

    They have taken excess money from my account without my permission and they don’t have any signed documents from me for that deposit.

    One Day a guy name Tony Webber Called me, and asked me to open an account with Prime FMS.
    stating its the most professional company. Due to lack of knowledge and experience in trading, I opened an account with them in August 2014.

    A guy named Jordan Rice called me as my account manager and asked me to invest money in different trades.

    As I was in a learning phase, i followed his advise and started investing.

    After two to three months of trading, I invested around USD 18K. My account was at USD 25k including earned profit and bonus.
    I asked Jordan for refund of USD 5000/- and the PROBLEM started.
    All of the sudden he vanished. He stopped answering my emails. No calls. No updates.
    I kept requesting for the refund. But response from them.

    Actually what happened. One day, Jordan opened some big trades under my account. WITHOUT MY PERMISSION OR CONSENT.
    The deals were so big for my account, that my account could not sustain the loss and got closed in a day.
    And all the money was gone. They never called me, no email was sent in respect to those trade. So without my permission they are operating my account. This is fraud.

    This company is a FRAUD.

    What Jordan did –

    – Opened Trade with my consent or permission.
    – I authorized him to debit my Bank account by USD 3000/- but he took USD 7000/-
    – He purposefully open big trade and as i now came to know, that all our losses is gain for them.
    – He promised to refund my money and which he never did.

    After I lost my money, I came to know about this website from my friend. I posted comment about PRIME FMS on Forex Peace Army.

    And guess what??

    I got a call from PRIME FMS after two months.
    Now a new person named Dalio Ray called me. He asked me to take back my complaint from this website and he was ready to give my money back.
    And also said that Mr. Jordan was a cheat and his broker license is cancelled.
    He said that Prime FMS is a very big company with USD 20 Billion Assets.

    He asked me to submit my bank details from where the payment was made and he will refund the respective amounts in my account.
    I submitted the required details to them at email ray.dalio@primefms.com
    Now again this guy is vanished. And a new person is calling me to again invest with Prime FMS, forgetting what happened in past. He will help me to earn profit and help me to recover the lost money.

    I want to understand, where I can file complaint against this company? What all legal step I can take against is fraud company.

    This PRIME FMS is FRAUD Company.
    Person involved – Tony Webber, Jordan Rice, Jake, Dalio Ray, Cristina Alesci.
    (non of the person have any Linkedin, facebook, twitter and any social account)
    The always call from same number – 00442031500378 / 0061280152342 (when you call on this number it line will not connect.)
    The website is PRIMEFMS.COM
    All there global offices as per the website, are fake. All the telephone numbers are fake.

    I Opened my account with Prime FMS in August 2014, They asked me to deposit money. I deposited the funds and again they started asking of money to trade. The promised me that I can withdraw the money in 2 to 3 weeks time. They use to call me and discuss about the trades and use to book it. I had some losses and gained profits. After one month I asked them to return my money back, They started ignoring my mails and one day on 7th Oct, 2014 they booked trade in my account with out informing me, The amount of the trades was big for my account. With in 4 to 5 hours I was un big loss, all my money was gone.

    I tried calling them, nobody answered my call. I email my account manager, his team member and sake executive, again no reply.

    They booked deals without asking me, I was asking for refund of money and they took all the money, Now I don’t know, where to go. as I don’t have there address, no telephone lines are working,

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  2. alex

    I do believe that there needs to be a immediate class action against some banks for their complete disregard to their customers.

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    1. admin Post author

      Yes, to a degree there is a failure in their ‘Duty of Care’ , and the same could be said for ASIC, the ACCC and Office of Fair Trading, because they have all been informed about these scams but fail in their duty to take action to close them down, and to fully inform the public with specific warnings about specific companies.

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  3. alex

    The banks are the real problem that these scams even exist. The bank refused to tell me whether or not an account number that I had transferred money to, did fact belong to the company that I had believed it to be.
    The bank just rattled on all about privacy, and although I had transferred money to a account, refused to affirm if the company by the name I nominated did in fact own the account number. It was not until the phone number given by Prime FMS on the their web page was proven to belong to somebody else altogether, that I searched and found this web page.

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  4. Gert

    Since I stared to look in to the forex market, I have had several calls from different ‘brokers’. Tyey all want my money.
    I had a long and interesting chat with a manager at this company. Anyhow, if he is so clever in making money as he said, why did he vast his time talking to me for half an hour?

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  5. Allan

    Hi, They called me today too. Some noise in the background and very pushy about getting an account going…Think I’ll pass on this one too..

    Thanks for your post..
    regards,
    Allan

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