Beware, Wilkins Finance is not regulated – review

In this review we explain why you should not trade with the broker Wilkins Finance.

About Wilkins Finance

Wilkins Finance brokerWilkins Finance is a broker that offers CFD trading with underlying assets such as shares, indices, currencies, cryptocurrencies and commodities.

The minimum deposit to open an account is 250 USD, the minimum withdrawal is 50 USD.

The broker does not provide the address of the office, but the contact number leads to the United Kingdom.

At the bottom of each page you will find information that Wilkins Finance is owned and operated by Carter Enterprises OU from Bulgaria.

Not regulated, stay away

No contact addressThe most important thing about Wilkins Finance is that the broker has no licence whatsoever, it is not regulated. This means that it cannot operate legally in the EU, US, Australia and any other country with a financial regulation.

As we said, the support phone number leads to the UK, which means that Wilkins Finance is probably targeting clients in the EU. If it is the case, the broker is operating illegaly.

We also want to note that investment scams are lately often associated with unregulated brokers from Bulgaria, so extreme caution is needed here. Not to mention that with unregulated brokers your money is not protected in any way, etc.

Conclusion

Wilkins Finance is an unregulated broker that cannot operate in any country with a financial regulation. Stay away from it!

If you are interested in trading, we recommend trading with regulated brokers only.

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20 thoughts on “Beware, Wilkins Finance is not regulated – review

  1. Alas I did sign up with Wilkins and they have my money. To get a withdrawal of my $365 nzd I have to give them a good deal of private info. I guess I have lost my money as I am not giving them the info and have changed all cc cards

  2. Scum of the earth lied to for the whole 40 minutes talking on the phone to ken Ramos he called me again from another company tried getting more money out of me … This is big scale fraud … the information on this page should be at the top of there website not pages up why is the website even allowed to be operating I will never know . letting them get away with ripping hard working people off even got a email from mr john stone asking for a time he can call me that’s convenient for me .. never got a reply the whole set up is a scam… Wilkins finance I hope ”this catch up with you and get what you derserve. Give us our money back dirty scum

  3. They are the scum of the earth….. They are FAKE. whats out. send this information all over the world.
    F……S…./ they are

  4. I learned my biggest lesson from this hoax company. I changed all my Cards. They used many people from across US, South East, India and call you every night to guarantee big money return. They nearly wiped out my money and they will disturb you nightly. I even recorded the conversation. They are swindlers and they used different name with the same voice,different phone but is used by many trading firms as well. You only go for the trading firm in your country DO NOT go for overseas firm. Scam scam scam, they will pay for this in their lifetime!!! Help to spread and protect the innocent people.

  5. They did the same to me omggggggg wtfff i want my money back how people? Am fumingggggg i wanted to talk to the finance department and she goes we dont have number wtf which big name company doesnt have a finance department number f…………inggggg prickssssss

  6. They have trying to collect money from people…don’t trust this fucking broker any one..they are the complete cheating team…

  7. Yes, Wilkins Finance is scam broker. They did the same to me. Now I can not withdraw my money. They are big scam. Now I can not get back my money. Be ware of Wilkins Finance

  8. Well, too late I discovered how stupid I have been. The transfer to Wilkins is still in my banks pending system and the bank cant stop the payment going through. However I managed to log on to the site and requested the refund. I’m told I have to,wait 7 to 10 days.

    1. I should also say that the three email addresses on their web site are not reachable. I get an error stating the address does not exist.

    2. An update, I got my money back after receiving approx 11 phone calls from them stating they wanted to assist me with my withdrawal request, I was on holiday, however that did not stop me from sending them an email contains a précis of my findings. A few days later the refund appeared.

  9. Just before committing to putting up nearly £2000 – in addition to the starter £250 – I got very cold feet, and started doing the research I should have done earlier. I sent them email to say I’m not going ahead, and the phone calls started . . . Finally another email to encourage me. No Way!

  10. My wife stupidly contacted them after seeing an internet advert. She paid £250 deposit using her credit card. She wasn’t informed of any cooling off period for canceling. At the time she made the phone call she happened to be online looking at her normal bank account. The guy she was speaking to was a Mr. Benjamin Best. He told my wife he’d text her a code that she needs to repeat back to him. She did. He then said it hadn’t been accepted so he sent her another one which went through. What he’d actually done was to take two payments of £1000. My wife said she saw the cursor on her laptop being controlled. Mr. Best said to her that he noticed she has money in her bank and would she like to invest more. He asked if her husband had credit cards with credit that could be used for investments. Altogether £2250 was taken from my wife’s credit card. She can’t withdraw it from Wilkins Finance account because they said she’d agreed to a bonus and would need to earn 80X the initial investment amount before making a withdrawal.

    A document was emailed to my wife with electronic signatures showing her name and that she agreed to all payments taken and agreed to the bonus. She never did sign anything. Furthermore, Wilkins Finance denies any connection with a company called Olsson Capital. Oddly enough Mr Best has two email addresses. One for Wilkins finance and one for Olssen Capital. My wife received emails from both companies related to the same joining criteria.

    I have reported them to my wife’s credit card company but not sure if they are able to do much

    Mr Best and his cronies should be jailed for what they are doing

  11. Well I sent them the initial 250 and I was getting all these doffetent phone calls. So thinking the one I sent it to was one of the callers I said okay just the minimum amount. Found out it was FTO Finance. Same thing, different day. So exactly what happened to many other ‘woman’. They ask for a bit more so you say yes then they trade it ‘supposedly” then say look you just made x amount of $ then say well you should put more in, better than interest in the bank. So stupid greedy me says okay. So 45,000 later everything is fine and still going up and down, then bang its all gone. This mob rings me up tonight seeing if I want to trade with my 250 deposit, I said okay. Then he wants me to put more in, I said no already been scammed once. He got very angry and wad even uelling at me so I said not now and hung up.lol Arsehole.

  12. I learn the greatest lesson my life 22 June 18 , something was telling at the back of my mind d that it a scam but l God notblisten to my instinct by the time l realised what had happened to me it was too late my deposit of 250 dollars gone. These are rogue, stay away from this website, really con artise, when the idiot was talking to me over the then it done on me that it a complete scam, they tell all sorts of lie, like l am going for a meeting now, there is a deal in Saudi Arabia, buy five tickets at1000dollars each, please please stay away from Wilkins Finance, complete scam, once you register you cannot log out on their website, completely bogus, very rude staff working from home stealing from innocent people, the only thing l would say is they can enjoy now but their children children will suffer , the email addrsss is fake, do not send them any of proof of ID. They want to clear out your bank account instantly l regret it because l fell for it. What a shame it’s my fault .

  13. Yes it looks like I have been scammed too. Initially I put in the $250 USD into my account. Didn’t know how to do the trades. Someone rang me and talked me through how to do one trade but then left me to figure out how to do it my self. I put a second $250 USD in at the beginning of June then that’s when the phone calls started to come. I was drawn in to put more in. They stripped my credit card to the max. When the trades they advised me to trade in made a loss they reimbursed me in the form of bonuses. But other trades have given me a very large available for withdraw balance because when I didn’t have enough money to do the trade they put their money from their account to boost up my account balance. Now they won’t pay me any money back till I pay them back the bonus money they gave me. I don’t have that kind of money. I am worried now what will happen.

  14. I have just been scammed out of over £2000 by these scrums. Deposit the initial £250 then they immediately wanted more, stupidly agreed another £2,000 on my credit card they got greedy and told me the minimum to trade for good result is £5,000. They kept me in the phone they even told me to allow them to control my laptop system from their end I told the scrums no way. They got really desperate now and suggested I take a loan out to invest two different loan companies were sent to me through email. I got suspicious and did what I should have done first; Google the name, it dawn on me that I have been scammed
    I immediately requested to withdrawal my money several time but was unable to even it said withdrawal successful. I called and emailed, different people were now contacting me and becoming rude when I did not yield. My account went to zero once and I bombarded them with phone calls and emails. My money was left doing nothing for over a month then one of the scrums contact ed again tried to persuade me for more money I said I want out but he said I have to trade x amount of time before I can take my money out. I stupidly agreed to his suggestion, he opened a trade and left it for weeks ! I called hundreds of times but they were not getting back to me when he did he told me the system closed the trade because there was no money left; meaning all the £2400 he traded with had dissapeared! I was already expecting it but it still shook me to the core. I have sent them email that if any of the monies they scam people with is used to educate their children; They will become vergabonds and drug addicts and they all will surely reap the reward of their evil

  15. Some representative of Wilkins Scam Finance telephoned me this afternoon (yet again). I told them that what they were doing was illegal and they should stop. The lying scumbag then said that she was calling from the immigration office (???) and would get the police to raid my address. Obviously I told them to bring it on and the sooner the police take an interest in this company the better. I then called them back and spoke to an African sounding chap to confirm that the earlier call was from Wilkins Finance. I told him that had my mother answered that call she would have been terrified and that I intend to pursue them as far as I can through legal means. What shits they are. Fortunately they havr none of my cash.

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