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  • Year since: 2013
  • Headquarters: Cyprus
  • Company registration: GBE brokers Ltd, Cyprus
  • Regulation: CySEC license 240/14
  • Notes: GBE brokers re-branded from Sensus Capital.

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Germany, E Markotitz

May 3, 2016

10 years Total
Scam scam scamTrusting this with this Broker

Scam scam scam

Trusting this site to be credible in rating FX brokers compared to others - just saw Hercules finance (http://www.hercules.finance/faq/why-gbe-brokers-changed-the-name-from-sensus-capital-markets-are-they-scam/), who don't have their facts in order, not revealing who is behind the site and most probably bought as advertising.

So, Sensus (now GBE) moved from Malta for the following reasons: (see the MFSA website http://mfsa.com.mt/pages/AdministrativeMeasuresPenalties.aspx on March 8th):
"On the 8 March 2016, the Malta Financial Services Authority (the MFSA or the Authority) has decided to cancel the Category 2 Investment Services Licence of FX-CAM Consulting and Advertisement Ltd (C57386), formerly Sensus Capital Markets Limited (Sensus or Company) in terms of the powers granted to the Authority under Article 7 of the Investment Services Act (ISA).

Sensus was found in breach of:

- Article 3(1) of the ISA and Standard Licence Condition (SLC) 1.13 of Part BI of the Investment Services Rules for Investment Services Providers (the Rules) for acting beyond its licence by dealing on own account when it was not licensed to do so;

- SLCs 2.94, 2.95, 2.96 and 2.97 of the Rules in breach of the conflicts of interest requirements;

- SLCs 1.06(m), 2.133, 2.134 and 2.141 of the Rules in relation to Sensus’ appointment of Introducing Brokers;

- SLCs 2.83, 2.84 and 2.85 in relation to breaches relating to record keeping and retention of data;

- SLCs 1.17(c), 1.17(e), 1.18(c) and 1.25 of the Rules with respect to breaches of the general organisational requirements;

- SLCs 1.06(o) and 1.06(k) of the Rules for failure to notify the MFSA of material information concerning the Company;

- SLCs 7.16 and 7.17 for failure to submit the annual audited financial statements and related documents within the required timeframes;

- SLCs 1.04 and 1.22(b) of the Rules in relation to the appointment of company officials;

- SLCs 1.02 and 1.09 of the Rules as well as Article 13 of the ISA for failure to cooperate in an open and honest manner with the MFSA and for providing inconsistent information to the MFSA;

- SLC 1.20 of the Rules for providing the Company’s Compliance Officer with incomplete and /or misleading information;

- SLC 1.06(b) of the Rules for failing to formally notify the MFSA about its change in registered address.

The seriousness of Sensus’ above breaches is aggravated by a number of factors including the following:

- The Company does not appear to have acted in good faith and has not shown any degree of openness or co-operation; rather, it has, on numerous occasions, attempted to conceal information and mislead the MFSA whilst undertaking activities that went beyond its licence;

- There are circumstances suggesting that, Sensus consciously concealed information and/or attempted to mislead the MFSA;

- The seriousness of the Company’s infringements may have potentially caused losses to its clients as well as impacting its financial soundness, particularly since it failed to obtain a licence to operate as a Category 3 licence holder, and hence was not subject to more onerous licence conditions, including those related to capital requirements and reporting obligations; and

- Sensus engaged in these actions in a repeated and systematic manner and hence its infringements cannot be described as being isolated incidents.

Sensus has therefore been found in breach of a number of requirements which are inter alia intended both to protect investors and to ensure the financial soundness of the Company.

It should be noted that the MFSA decision to cancel Sensus’ licence shall not become operative until the expiration of the period within which an appeal lies, and if an appeal is made within such period, the decision shall become operative on the date of the decision of the Tribunal dismissing the appeal or the date on which the appeal is abandoned."

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Germany, Alex

January 21, 2016

6 years Total
2 days with this Broker


if you are a succesfull trader please stay away from this broker. It's just another bucketshop!
I traded 2 day with sensus-capital.com and made about 3000€ profit. Then i received a email from them that my strategy is against their rules and all my trades will be deleted §14.2. In this § i could not find anything what i could make wrong. On their website they claim that all EA's, trading styles are allowed (maybe only if you lose money with them). All my trades were placed manually!

So stay away from them!

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Germany - Moll

April 23, 2013

about 2 years Total
3 months LIVE with this Broker

1-Rarly to find a boker without Market making guaranteed by regulation. By Sensus non market making is writen in the contract, they sign on that.
2- Perfect support team with simple and fast account opening process.
3- DMA Guaranteed with super fast executions

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