|Country:||Estonia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines|
|Operating Since (Year):||2004|
|Address:||Beachmont Business Centre, Suite 59, Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines|
Harju Maakond, Tallin, Kesklinna linnaosa, Roosikrantsi tn 2-1134, 10119, Estonia
|Languages:||English and German|
|Availability:||Monday – Friday: 9:00 – 18:00 GMT+2, Saturday: 9:00 – 12:00 GMT+2|
|Trading platforms:||Audemart’s platform|
|Trading platform Time zone:||-|
|Other trading instruments:||-|
|Minimum deposit ($):||-|
Audemart Review Content:
- General Information
- Regulations and Licensing
- Account Types
- Trading Services
Audemart Review: A general overview
Audemart is a financial services company that offers to potential clients to, as they say, “help finance your dreams!” Unfortunately, their website is full of vague promises. They keep promising to make their clients money, without any specifics to speak of. It is unclear which assets exactly they deal in. Their website makes vague allusions to stocks, bonds, and cryptocurrencies at several points. However, none of these discussions are in detail. Every broker or financial services company needs a niche to focus on. Otherwise, they would appear to not have a real financing strategy.
Such vague promises to deliver success without details is worrying. This brand may be a scam if all this is worth going off. It promises the world without discussing how it would do it.
Furthermore, it has some worrying origins. It appears to have locations in both St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Estonia. Under their customer service, however, they appear to have a location somewhere else entirely. We will discuss that later.
The brand claims to have started off in 2004, but the earliest mentions for them we see are from 2020. Such fabrications are obvious signs pointing towards this brand being a scam.
Regulations and Licensing
There is no information available for the broker on whether they have a regulator. This is another worrying sign. Without a regulator, there is no way to confirm their services are legitimate. One the one hand, their services may be exceptionally poor. On the other, they may not legitimately offer financial services at all! The lack of transparency here is, once again, worrying.
Audemart appears to have no information available when it comes to their account types. Again, all we see are vague allusions to bringing success to their clients. So, no information on information on the deposits you can make, any leverage, or if scalping is possible.
It’s possible that there is only one account type. But still, none of this information is available directly on their website. The only thing one can seemingly do is sign up for an account. Presumably, any legitimate information may be available after this point. If there would be any information available there. However, any service that is not upfront about what it offers is most likely scamming people. This is another indication that this brand is a scam.
There is slightly more information available on their trading services, however. They do mention that they offer both desktop and mobile services. They also mention their own trading platform. This is another worrying sign. For most unknown brokers, offering popular platforms like MetaTrader 4 would be much wiser. Offering one’s own platform may point to sketchy practices once again. The idea that this brand is a scam becomes quite likely.
The platform does give plenty of information when it comes to customer service. However, there is a caveat.
The location for their contacts is in Switzerland. This is obviously quite a ways from their locations in the Caribbean and Estonia. This further cements our conclusions so far;
Audemart Review: Conclusion
Overall then, we have made a definite conclusion. It seems quite likely that this brand is a scam. The combination of all of the factors we have seen above us readily confirms this. There is a whole lack of information on what they offer, with vague allusions to making money. There is also conflicting information on their location, and time of the founding. For all these reasons, we do not recommend anyone to register with this service. It seems quite likely that they will be victims of some sort of scam.