4XCube Review – 5 things you should know about 4xcube.com

4XCube Review – 5 things you should know about 4xcube.com

Beware! 4xCube is an offshore broker! Your investment may be at risk.



Don’t put all your eggs in one basket. Open trading accounts with at least two brokers.


4XCube is a CFD forex brokerage registered in the UK. It states that it provides the MetaTrader 4 trading platform and an extremely generous leverage. Traders are extended a leverage of up to 1:200. Furthermore, there is a wide range of trading products from which to choose and a very favorable spread of 0.8 pips on EUR/USD. The minimum deposit is $100 which is also below the industry average and in favor of traders.

4XCube regulation & safety of funds

The information given by the brokerage is quite unclear. We gather that the company behind the brokerage is registered in the UK by the name 4xCube Limited, however, we are also lead to believe that the brokerage is registered in Cook Islands and regulated by the Financial Supervisory Commission. Here is a screenshot:

Such a statement is problematic because it is misleading. Cook Islands is an offshore zone linked politically with New Zealand which does not regulate CFD brokers. They (FX brokers) may simply register there, as they can in pretty much every other country. However, 4xCube does have a license issued for foreign currency exchange which we must underline is not the same thing as CFD trading, which the brokerage purports to provide. Furthermore, such a license does not guarantee the same protection for clients as a license by the FCA or CySec. We have no participation in a compensatory scheme, nor assurance for the segregation of accounts.  A lack of credible regulation is always worrisome. However, to do justice to the brokerage – we must say that it provides the MT4 platform, as well as a demo account with a favorable spread:

We urge traders to exclude such risk in trading by only associating with brokers regulated by prestigious regulatory agencies, such as the FCA and CySec, which require compliance with a number of strict rules that give significant assurance for the security of the clients funds.

The segregation of accounts is among the rules which are especially important in the trading world, because it drastically lowers the risk of possible commingling.

Another is the participation in a compensatory scheme by which the client’s losses will be covered in the unlikely case the broker goes bankrupt or attempts to swindle traders.

4XCube deposit/withdrawal methods and fees

Clients may deposit or withdraw via Bank Wire, Perfect Money, PaySec, 2pay4you, Paysec, Vload, sofortBanking, Neteller, Skrill and Bitcoin. Going through the brokers website we did find some withdrawal conditions in the terms of the brokerage. There are both withdrawal and deposit fees, which aren’t excessive and are explicitly stated on the website. Here is a screenshot:

However, without the assurance which goes hand in hand with a license by a respectable agency such as the FCA, we cannot be certain whether the brokerage won’t further charge clients with unexpected fees, once they have deposited the money.

Precisely due to this we also remind readers of all the ways a they may test the brokerage’s intentions. Firstly, traders are advised to always put up only the required minimum deposit, instead of risking a bigger amount with no certainty. Afterwards, they may also try to withdraw a small amount in order to check for any unexpected fees or delays. Such fees and delays are usually the signs of a scammer.

How does the scam work?

We strongly believe the best prevention of scamming would be well-informed traders that can easily deduce if a certain set-up is legitimate and if it is not. This would be done best when they know how scammers operate. Here is a description of the typical three steps:

Through clicking an ad with promises for fast money, you will be redirected to a website such as Bitcoin Evolution or The bitcoin miner where registration will require you to give your address, email and phone number. After sharing your personal information, you will being receiving calls from brokers, compelling you to invest with them and win big. After a few minutes hearing their pitches, you decide to deposit some $200-250. And just like that – the scammers take a fat commission from this initial deposit.

After they are done with you, senior scammers begin working you into putting even more money. They say it’s the only way to profit from trading even more. After making the mistake of investing even further, you’ll begin wanting to get out of this and withdraw what you have left.

Unfortunately, the con-artists have no such thing in mind. They will now begin persuading you to wait it out and not withdraw right now. The motive here is quite straightforward – traders have a limited time window for filing a chargeback with their bank and get their money back. The “recovery department” will simply want to mislead you into missing this crucial period and, along the way, losing any chance you might have of getting the money back. Due to the high instances of fraud – both Visa and MasterCard have taken upon themselves to circumvent scammers in forex trading. Backing up their intentions – MasterCard has already increased  the previous time period of six months for filing a chargeback to a year and a half and Visa is expected to follow suit in December.

What to do when scammed?

As was mentioned above, scamming is quite the common in the trading world and, sadly, even you might suffer from it. In such an unfortunate case there still may be some available options for you.

You may contact your bank or credit card provider and file a chargeback. 

If, however, you have provided the broker with your credit card details, immediately cancel your credit card.

If you have given information regarding your online banking pass – you should switch it asap!

Beware of potential calls from self-described “recovery agencies”! They prey on scammed and vulnerable traders who are desperate to recover their losses. They will require an “up-front” payment to help you, but after paying them, no such help will be coming your way!

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  1. 4xCUbe is registered and Licensed in the Cook Islands with Money Changing license MC03/2018.
    We have physical offices in Rarotonga, Cook Islands.
    We don’t have brokerage activity in the UK, and the information in the website is pretty clear on that.
    Cook Islands DO REGULATE FOREX BROKERS, and information can be found at the Financial Supervisory Commission website:
    For more informations feel free to contact the regulator directly, or 4xCube in the contacts provided in our webpage.

  2. What a strange article. Regulatory change in Europe has forced the broker community to become rather more creative in ensuring they can continue to provide high levels of leverage to those who need it to make algo-based trading strategies work.

  3. One of the best spreads in the market.
    You try to open an account in europe with leverage 1:200 and you will see the answer from your broker. Europe brokers are doomed.
    Market needs new ideas.
    So far nothing to point at 4xCube and their service.

  4. Really shockingly bad customer care, 4xcube and Gary Strong have no remorse for the innocent people who’s lives they have destroyed through very suspicious trading activity. Avoid this company.

  5. 4xcube collaborate with Gary Strong/Strong Partners/Investment Club,he has to keep changing the name of his company due to the large amount of people he has scammed.He is constantly hard selling his strategies and it never ends well for those he sucks in.

  6. Gary strong, wow where do you start with this loser, few years back this sad character was hard selling a pyramid scheme called MAP, then name changed to TAP…well you guessed it,it all went up in the air as all these get rich schemes do, with only the main scammers getting anything out of it, then old Gazza turns himself into this globe trotting finance guru…honestly whoever falls for this loser’s lies deserves to be done over, last year he supposedly moved to Cyprus to buy properties, new offices etc etc…turns out he can only afford to rent some crappy apartment and get round on a push bike !! But bless him he keeps scamming, he keeps ruining lives, but he is slowly getting outed as the con man he is. If you ever want a good old-fashioned belly laugh watch some of is Facebook videos, he makes out he his this good looking Playboy , thing is he has a massive nose balding head and I would say he is knocking on a bit, funny sad Guy.

  7. Andrew Scott, I salute you, what an excellent review of that scammer, spot on.He is everything you described, you forgot to mention he is constantly buying range rovers,staying in 5 star hotels and gate crashing parties of people he doesn’t know and pretending they are launch parties for his new brokerage 4xcube, who, are not entirely innocent themselves.

    1. 4xcube aren’t to be trusted, they’ve only been around 6 months and already far too many people have been conned out of their investment. Do not trust them, dodgy from day 1.

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