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CapitalXP Review - is it scam or safe?

CapitalXP Review - is capitalxp.com scam or good forex broker?

RATING: 1.2 / 8 REVIEWS CapitalXP
CapitalXP is an offshore broker. Your money is not safe.


Trading Accounts & Conditions


Account type Minimum deposit Maximum leverage Spread
Standard Not specified 1:100 Around 1 pips


CapitalXP is an offshore forex broker that offers trading on the MT4 platform. Although we found some information regarding the account types offered by this broker, essential details such as minimum deposits, leverage, and more importantly, the trading costs, are missing from CapitalXP’s website. So, we filled the table above with the information we got from its demo accounts. 



Note that this broker CapitalXP does not offer its services to residents of certain jurisdictions such as the USA, Belgium, France, Iran, Canada and North Korea.



CapitalXP Advantages


MT4 trading platform

CapitalXP offers its services on the MetaTrader4 (MT4) platform, which we always see as a positive in a broker’s offer. The main strong sides of the MT4 are the great charts, the speed of execution, support of automated trading strategies, and the programming environment. The latter means that anyone handy with code can create technical indicators and trading bot of his own.



>> Find better MT4 brokers <<



Seemingly tight spreads

 A floating spread of around 1 pips on EUR/USD is a good pricing, basically on the lower end of the average for the sector. However, this is what we saw in demo trading environment and we cannot guarantee the spreads are the same on real accounts.


Besides, the spreads are not the most important part of the broker’s offering. The criteria when choosing a forex broker is its regulatory status. Below, you can check out real-time spreads of some reliable and licensed brokers.



>> Compare the spreads of 10 top brokers <<



CapitalXP Disadvantages


No financial regulation

CapitalXP is owned by Quattro Holding Group, a company registered on Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG).


No matter what some brokers may claim, you should know that registration in some offshore Caribbean island has nothing to do with proper regulation. Actually, the SVG Financial Services Authority stated that it “does not issue any licenses for forex trading or brokerage or binary options trading nor does it regulate, monitor, supervise or license international companies, which engage in such activities“.


So, basically, CapitalXP is not a regulated broker and we advise our readers to avoid offshore companies as a general rule because of all the risks involved.


Trading conditions not mentioned

As we said in the beginning, CapitalXP doesn’t provide much details about the trading environment they provide. The lack of such information should always be seen as huge negative of a broker, as it shows lack of transparency and commitment.


No cryptocurrencies offered 

The broker claims to be offering crypto CFDs such as Bitcoin, Ripple, Ethereum and Litecoin, but those were not available in the demo account.




Given the language versions of its website and the payment methods supported, we suppose that the people behind CapitalXP are from Russia. We cannot be sure though. The broker is registered offshore and although its offering might seem attractive to some traders, given the tight spreads and the solid leverage provided, we would not recommend dealing with CapitalXP. First, because it is not regulated, and second, because it does not present clearly the pricing for its services.


Considering the above, we do not recommend dealing with CapitalXP. Instead, you may check out a list of tightly regulated brokers that meet strict requirements and are under the supervision of UK’s Financial Conduct Authority:


>>FCA-regulated brokers <<



To sum up the pros and cons of CapitalXP:


Pros Cons
Seemingly tight spread Not regulated
MT4 provided Trading conditions not disclosed
Up to 1:100 in leverage No crypto CFDs
Various payment methods supported  

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CapitalXP - withdrawal nightmare

They are immoral, and they are thieves in my opinion, they are reckless with other peoples money and they keep on pressurizing you to invest more and more money , even when you are at your limit.!
I have been taken advantage of by CapitalXP, many promises made and NONE kept.
I knew absolutely nothing about trading, first time ever.

One of their trading managers contacted me after I showed interest, a chap called David Rosenthal, and connected with me over team-viewer so that he could personally do the online trade for me.
He put me onto trades as I did not not how, and placed a Take Profit figure, but not a Stop Loss figure, stuff of which I knew nothing about at the time.
This caused a +- $10,000 loss for me.!

Joe Robinson or however his name is spelled also contacted me (The Boss), so did Michael Klein and many other people from his organisation, ALL they wanted was another opportunity to show me that they can make me money!!

They just would not listen to my complaint and kept on trying to get me to invest more money, which I did not want to do any longer, I just wanted my balance released and paid back to me. This has become a virtual nightmare!

I have been sending them e-mails to release my balance in my account, without success! Despite the many e-mails I have sent them, they are not responding by e-mail, all they do is phone and try to change my mind, having no success they then promise to release my remaining equity/money without success.
People keep on phoning me and promising me that the money will be released, however I still have not received my money, despite me supplying ALL the so called necessary paperwork they insist on having completed, absolving them of ALL wrongdoing. They would not even consider releasing my funds unless this paperwork was completed. I am at my wits end as to how to get my remaining funds back! I have send them e-mail upon e-mail , yet my money has not been released. Can you help me ? who do I contact for assistance.?

Please help me.

Henry Carr 11/08/2018

return of money

what can i do to get my money back

fay lutchner 11/07/2018

This is a scam

This is a scam....they told me that i would have a free trial for a week and i would get a bonus of 1000usd if i signed in today. The call came from hongkong from a Casey. Than i was asked to deposit 250 euros. An analyst David Hofmann called and asked me to invest another 1000 dollars, which i refused, he put in a few trades and left me hanging. Than i received that my account was at high risk of being closed since i has used up all my funds.

Beatrice Roch 10/31/2018

Cypress Call Center

A facebook link that a clicked and entered my number and got a call instantly. I have a new phone that told me the call was coming from Sydney which made scents cos I'm in Melbourne. Sounded like and Indian call center with allot of noise in the background, found out the lady that keeps calling me is in Cypress. Do not deal with these scammers

Matthew Oldenhof 10/04/2018


I have clocked on a link from Facebook and since that day, I feel like I am being harassed, they call me from various numbers
How these people get it right I don't know. I'm too scared to even answer my phone. Persistent.

Haadiyah 09/25/2018

CapitalXP Scam alert

Sun 23rd Sept 2018
Hi, I’m Gillian, a grandmother of 7 from South Africa, hoping to earn a few extra Rands. I came across this link: https://q-profit-blueprint.com and logged on then within few minutes received a call from a Casey Brians from Capital XP (says he is from Ghana been to the USA now working in Cypress for Capital XP) & explained how the trading system worked etc. The initial outlay is $250 (=R3625). As I only have R170 in bank, he said he would call me tomorrow 24th Sept’18 (which is a public holiday in SA, Heritage day) at 11am. The # he called from is: +27160040080, but now that I see the number it looks like it could be from right here in S.A.(+27 is SA). I feel like such a fool. However if you are able to use the abover info. Please let me know how it turns out.
Kind regards
Gillian Keys

Gillian 09/23/2018


isreal/russian owners scamming from Ukraine, avoid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

george 09/06/2018

Capital XP scam?

CapitalXP have gladly taken my deposit of €250 and have failed to do any trades via the broker. I have in fact requested to withdrawl all my money as despite sending several emails asking why I have not had any contact from the broker and questions about when I will get my money back none has responded to me at all.
Have I been SCAMMED?

Marie Cubitt 08/15/2018
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