Bonds & Co Wealth Management Review – Real or Unregulated Scam?


If you have spent time looking around for a wealth management company that can grow your money, you may have come across one called Bonds & Co. This company claims to have over 100 years of experience with various kinds of trading. Should you trust those claims? Will they help you get a flashy Private Jet and Ferarri like the one they boast on their homepage or will you be left broke and scammed.


Official Warnings

At one point on the Bonds & Co website they stated they had some sort of presence in Gibraltar and Cyprus via an address on their website. In response to this the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission actually came forward and issued a public warning saying that Bonds & Co were not licensed by them.


Looking around I could not find any positive reviews of clients who have made money with Bonds & Co, is that because they don’t want anyone else to find their money making system or is there a different reason.

I was however able to find at least 3 different user reports of past Bonds & Co Wealth Management who “claimed” to have lost substantial amounts of money after depositing funds with the Bonds & Co.

Bonds & Co Account Types

If you want to create an account with Bonds & Co then you can choose between 5 different account types that offer a different range of services. The Standard account has a minimum deposit of £5000 and offers a minimum of 5 trades per week. The Corporate account however is for clients who invest £250,000 and claims to have no minimum amounts of trades but instead be Tailored and Goal Oriented. To sign up first you just need to provide basic details like you name, email address, phone number and date of birth.

How to contact them

It is likely that if you sign up with a real phone number then you will get a phone call from someone on their team. If you want to contact them yourself before you sign up then you will have to do it through their “contact us” page as they do not have a live chat feature or publicly listed phone number that I could find.




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  • I opened an account in March 2016, I had “invested” £54,000 to date and now can not get any contact what so ever. I am completely distraught and devastated after thinking my life savings where supposed to be able to support me by means of a monthly dividend due to chronic ill health which I had discussed with Colin Mcarthur “broker”

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