OctaFX is a shady, illicit and fraudulent broker. It has duped and is continuing to dupe thousands of traders across the world, it has thousands of negative reviews all over the internet and it is already under the purview of many Government agencies who will soon put the scammers running this front to justice.

OctaFX cannot be trusted, people who have done business with them have never seen their money again and have been chasing them since years. It is one of the biggest scams on the internet and everyone is advised to beware of them and not to fall prey to any of their gimmicks.


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Frequently Asked

How does OctaFX scam consumers?

OctaFX is not publicly traded and does not operate a bank. OctaFx is scamming investors by taking illegal transactions from suspicious agents and circulating money and even having large hawala transactions in various countries including India. Govt must be vigilant to OctaFX and others who are scamming the people at large by engaging in various advertisements involving popular cricket players and Bollywood celebrities.

Is OctaFX a legit broker?

No, OctaFX operates illegally and maliciously. It is already under investigation and there are thousands of traders trying to recover their lost money.