WikiFX Review 2023 – Blackmails Brokers and Writes Fake Reviews

WikiFX Review 2023 – Blackmails Brokers and Writes Fake Reviews

by | Aug 23, 2023 | 5 comments

WikiFX Review 2023 – Blackmails Brokers and Writes Fake Reviews


WikiFX Blackmails Brokers and Writes Fake Reviews

If you have ever been interested in trading, you must have come across WikiFX. WikiFX positions itself as a “global forex broker regulatory inquiry app.” What an ego for a company that is actually a scam! But first things first.


What is WikiFX?

WikiFX is a “third-party service provider for users to inquire whether a broker is formal, legal, and real.” This is what they write in the description. WikiFX specializes in checking a broker’s licenses and regulations and collecting users’ reviews about brokers.

However, we have proof that will convince you not to trust WikiFX. After a short research, I found messages on a popular American forum where people claim they have become victims of it. They say that WikiFX spreads false reviews and false information on its website and blackmails brokers after that.

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WikiFX: Origins, Goals, and Ways to Fight Competitors

WikiFX is a Chinese company aiming to protect their national platforms and get rid of the competitors. WikiFX works mainly in South East Asian countries: Thailand, Vietnam, China, Philippines, Indonesia, etc. On their website, they mark brokers not regulated and suspicious. Then their managers blackmail brokers via Skype, LinkedIn, and email.

Their main offer is to buy a classic package that costs a minimum of $3000 per month, and only after that, they will give you a clear and nice review. If brokers don’t pay, the negative reviews will be written non-stop.

WikiFX Requires Money to Stop Writing Fake Reviews

One anonymous shared with me screenshots of his conversation with WikiFX managers. WikiFX published info about the broker without any permission and linked there some negative comments. After that, WikiFX managers contacted him several times via different social media. First of all, don’t you guys think that if you position yourself as a reliable broker reviewer, you should use the correct English language?

As we can see, the manager is trying to convince our anonymous to promote his company on the WikiFX website. He replies that he is not interested in it, and guess what comes next? WikiFX publishes information about the broker on its website with unexpectedly low ratings. When they were asked why this happened and how can the problem be solved, WikiFX managers replied:

Very interesting. So, to remove bad reviews and increase an overall rating on WikiFX, we need to pay money. Do you want to know how much brokers need to pay monthly to get positive feedback from WikiFX? Check it out:

 WikiFX Gives Low Ratings Lying That Brokers Don’t Have a License

Let’s check a different example and take a random broker from their list. Nomura Holdings is a Japanese financial titan that has been on the market for almost one hundred years. Let’s check what WikiFX tells us about them:

The thing that catches attention first is that Nomura has no license. However, after a quick Google research, we can see that they do have a license. It means that WikiFX purposely cut off some points from Nomura’s rating, expecting them to pay to increase their overall score. But let’s be honest: the company with such history and name will never pay attention to miserable scammers trying to make a fortune on a famous brand.

WikiFX Carries Out Fake Investigations to Earn Money

Another example that will prove that WikiFX is a scam is a situation with an Indonesian forex broker, Finex. WikiFX published an article about their visit to Finex’s office in Indonesia. They said that Finex is not legitimate, and their office doesn’t exist in real life. However, I contacted Finex representatives, and guess what? They told me that WikiFX came to some Greek office that has never been connected with Finex, took photos of it, and wrote a fake review! And now, WikiFX gives Finex low ratings and warns users to stay away from it.


Overall, WikiFX is a scam review website that tries to earn on brokers by giving fake reviews, ratings and spreading false information. If brokers don’t agree on WikiFX conditions, WikiFX tries to receive money through the Internet extortion and blackmail. Please, do not believe the ratings that WikiFX creates on its website. They are all fake and are bought by those who do not mind spending money on such useless services as WikiFX. Today brokers buy a fake rating, but tomorrow they will be out of business. The day after tomorrow, they can run a new business, but no one will return the traders’ money.


  1. Javed Ali

    It’s a total scam. They just want to sell their packages to brokers. To write a good review about that broker. If the broker denies. They blackmail the broker. I am working with a broker and I see everyday these people call us and blackmail us. About writing a bad review.

  2. sophia

    Complete SCAM, they are selling rank to Forex brokers. Fake rankings. If you contact to it’s sales managers, they will send you a proposal, for 10-20k USD you can buy renk. Fake.

  3. Jason

    Wikifx are scammers who want your money, if you don’t pay them they will blackmail you and will harm your company reputation with fake reviews and low rating on their fraud website.

  4. Amelia

    Blackmails brokers for reviews, nothing they provide is trust worthy. I even see multiple reviews for the same company with different scores that aren’t labeled as clone companies. I wouldn’t trust this website at all.

  5. Aurora

    Wikifx is a fraud forex regulatory broker agency.It always told false news. If any company given money,Wikifx gave 10 to 10 star rating…But any brokarage company didn’t give the money,Wikifx gave 1 star. Pls don’t believe Wikifx

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