Over the past 12 months, investors at Dubai based online Forex trading company MMA Forex have been attempting to get their investments back. According to Al Bawaba, a Middle-East based news agency, in October 2012, customers of the Forex company were notified that their dividend payments would be stopped for two months, which was extended to ten. Then, when attempts were made to withdraw investments, they could not and, at the time of writing this article, MMA Forex customers were still awaiting their money.

Things aren’t looking great for MMA Forex investors, as the company has been placed on a number of warning lists across Europe and it looks less and less likely that they will be paid. Authorities in Sweden, Ireland and Switzerland are warning their citizens to avoid doing business with MMA Capital Markets Limited, MMA Forex, MMA FX and MMABank GT, according to a recent article in Gulf News.

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With all of the doom and gloom around the world such as civil unrest, global recession and natural disasters it seems bizarre to hear that online Forex trading is as popular as ever, with more and more retail investors taking investments into their own hands at sites such as eToro (your capital is at risk). Over the last few years there has been a huge breakthrough made by leading online Forex brokers in a bid to bring Forex trading to the everyman.

Not so long ago, Forex trading was an investment opportunity that was only available to banks, brokers and the privileged few. But thanks to the accessibility of online Forex trading for you and me, without the need for huge investment and with a massive amount of support, Forex trading is no longer an exclusive opportunity.

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