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There are several ways you can determine whether a broker is problematic or not. After all, there are some conditions that may not be the broker's fault. Here are the ways you can do:

  1. Determine the problem first. Is it really the broker's fault, or are there other factors involved?
  2. Make sure you have followed the rules. If you did, but still encounter issues, then it might be the broker that is the cause. 
  3. Ask the broker's customer support, with some proofs.
  4. Consult with other traders.

If it's proven that the broker is the root of the problem, take immediate action and look for another reliable broker.

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  1. Promising a fixed return
  2. Can't provide any track record
  3. Withdrawal difficulties
  4. Withdrawal process takes more than 10 business days
  5. Unclear regulations and office addres

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The most common and frequently occurring characteristics are:

  1. Difficult deposit and withdrawal processes.
  2. Sudden and unexpected changes to key features.
  3. Poor customer service.
  4. Negative reviews.

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The payment method will determine how much fees and commission you will have to prepare when you will receive your funds, and how secure the process is.

You may rely on one payment method that you consider low-priced and fast.

However, due to a certain reason, a broker decided to remove your reliable payment method and you are then in a queue for a wire transfer which is expensive.

It would be wise to maintain your preference by switching to another broker.

Continue Reading at Broker Red Flags: Signs You Should Leave Your Broker