Juno Markets Review – Scam or not? Deposit, Withdrawals, Phone Number…
Juno Markets was at one point incorporated in the UK in 2014 with an office at a London address before filing to strike off in 2015. Juno Markets now display in their footer that they’re incorporated in the Republic of Vanuatu and regulated by the Vanuatu Financial Services Commission which looks like they have taken more offshore route. Their name is said to be inspired by the roman goddess Juno Moneta who was a protectress of funds and the inspiration for the word “money”.
Juno Markets is a borkerage for traders in Asia and are unable to accept customers from the United States and they state in this in the footer. They are also currently unable to accept clients from Hong Kong.
About Juno Markets
They are able to accept payments through a wide range of methods including Visa, Neteller, Union Pay, Skrill, Fasapay and Megatransfer so no matter what you shouldn’t really have a problem trying to deposit money into your account.
Like all good brokers Juno Markets offer a demo account for potential customers. Theirs comes with a simulated $50,000 and you get to use their Juno M24 platform with a 200:1 leverage. To sign up for a demo account you simply just need to name, country, phone, email and set a password, there are no requirements to make any deposits at this stage.
Signing up for real
If you want to create a real account with Juno Markets it’s a little bit more complicated than opening a demo account. They have an application process that has some mandatory questions regarding your net worth and estimated annual income to see if you are serious enough for their company but also keep in mind to open an account you only need to deposit $500.
When it comes to the point where you want to withdraw your funds you must first prove to Juno Markets that you are the owner of the account which is a step to prevent hackers from stealing you’re money. You must present some form of ID and sign an an application form and you are only able to accept a payment back to the same account you fist made a deposit with which is something to keep in mind.
Like most brokers these days Juno Markets has a market insights and education section that offer new interested traders the chance to learn things such as what pips are and resources on risk management. This documentation is free and be accessed without even creating an account.
When you first go on the Juno Markets website it might seem like they don’t have a good support system but if you click around in the top right hand corner of the screen you will see that they actually have a quite good support system that seems be active regularly throughout the day.
They also have numerous emails for different departments with email@example.com a good way to get in contact and they also have toll free numbers for China 400-120-3510 and Indonesia 001-803-015-204-7838 which is sometimes a faster and more efficient way to get help with your account.
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