Gis Capital – The online broker is, according to information obtained from the provider’s website, a service provider for online trading, which provides its customers with various services. Accordingly, Gis Capital takes care of trading transactions in forex, indices, stocks and commodities.

If you have invested with Gis Capital and there are problems with the distribution, the lawyers of the Herfurtner law firm are available to help you in word and deed.

Gis Capital – positive or negative experiences?

Currently, there is an extremely high number of investment service providers such as Gis Capital. As a result, investing in the volatile financial markets has never been as easy but also as risky as it is today. Especially because there are a lot of options, choosing a provider can be time-consuming and intimidating.

Especially if you want them to meet your personal investment needs. Are you thinking about investing with Gis Capital? Then the following aspects are important for you as an investor.

  • Authority-regulated online brokers, secure platforms, fees and bonuses, offering options and customer reviews are just some of the considerations you should take into account when making your final decision.
  • Access to global financial markets is becoming more convenient and lucrative for investors through online investing.
  • An ideal place for capital investors to go to inquire about securities, futures, binary options and cryptocurrencies is an online presence like this one.
  • When trading online, you can choose from a wide range of order types.

The following statements are general tips for investors – regardless of the platform you invest in.

Licence – does Gis Capital have a regulatory licence?

Both the financial markets and investor protection benefit from rules of conduct and organisational responsibilities. Investment services firms and firms like Gis Capital must comply with a wide range of standards of conduct. The same applies to their employees.

This is intended to circumvent conflicts and associated disadvantages for capital investors. This includes the obligation of the company to inform its corporate clients about the most important features of a share deal before it is concluded. This applies both to the individual investor and to the investment itself.

In line with this idea, additional information is indispensable for corporate clients who want to engage in highly speculative or risky transactions. Providers such as Gis Capital have a responsibility towards their corporate clients. This goes far beyond making a product or service available.

Does the service provider have a licence to distribute financial products? You should definitely find out. To do this, you can consult the broker check data collection of a financial authority and enter the brand name of the financial service provider in the search field.

Telephone calls unexpected and unsolicited: Also at the service provider Gis Capital?

Have you ever received a call from a stranger making you an offer? Do not answer under any circumstances. Unwelcome calls are illegal. “Cold calling” is clearly prohibited at investment service providers and similar companies such as Gis Capital. There are also people who pretend to work for reputable online trading platforms.

In doing so, they want to get people to give them their personal data. Usually, after your very first deposit, you are instructed to deposit more assets. Phone scammers are always coming up with new ways to rob investors of their savings, cash and other valuables.

A common method used by scammers is to call the people they want to harm at inconvenient times of the day. This is, for example, very early in the morning or very late at night. Times, in other words, when they are least concentrated.

Furthermore, the perpetrators pretend at the beginning of the conversation that they and the person being called know each other. The other possibility is to pretend that the callers are willing to help. In this way, the perpetrators convey a feeling of goodwill and trust to the person they are communicating with on the phone.

Check whether you are really dealing with the company Gis Capital when they call you.

Have you had any experience with unauthorised orders?

Placing orders for securities transactions without the account holder’s consent can sometimes cause the price of certain shares to jump. This applies in particular to open market transactions in illiquid foreign securities (over-the-counter market).

You should therefore remain sceptical if you are asked to disclose sensitive data about your investment with Gis Capital without your consent, citing apparently lucrative transactions or profit announcements. Under no circumstances should you provide your IBAN, SWIFT code and other bank codes to anyone you do not know.

Nor should you disclose your account or deposit numbers and passwords. Do not hand over custody account papers or securities statements from Gis Capital to a third party who is a stranger to you. Callers posing as financial advisors, brokers or employees of a financial authority are also unpredictable.

Take legal action if online broker does not pay out

Consumers are repeatedly wooed by a “broker” or a call centre employee after they have registered on the alleged online trading platform. The aim is to persuade the investor to increase their long-term investments in order to maximise profits. This is also an initially legitimate goal of the broker Gis Capital.

Immediately after the investor has paid in his capital, the first profit developments, if any, are shown on his account. This should motivate the investor to invest in the financial product on an ongoing basis. The operators of the trading platform, in turn, can use fraud software to fake account changes and income without the consumer noticing.

Check that the accounts can be verified equally with Gis Capital.

In reality, no trading takes place at all on quite a few platforms. Instead, the deposited money is transferred by the perpetrators to bank accounts abroad. This is not noticed by the buyers at first.

The “service providers” delay the payment of the stated winnings by demanding that the investors pay the taxes and processing costs that are allegedly incurred. These tricks only serve the purpose of increasing the profits.

Sooner or later, the contact breaks off completely. The capital paid is used up. From that moment on, the only option is to go to a lawyer to take further action.

How high are the costs that an online broker is allowed to charge?

Before investing with Gis Capital, find out how much of your investment amount is used to cover costs such as fees and commissions. This is a good time to check the information provided by the providers in detail! Investors must be made aware of all fees charged and their impact on the profit margin of financial service providers.

Furthermore, the costs must be presented individually. If you request a presentation of the individual costs, the financial service providers are obliged to provide you with this information. A broker like Gis Capital is usually interested in as many trading transactions as possible for understandable reasons.

Often the costs are so enormous that it is difficult to make a profit. The costs can even eat up the invested money in a short time. Therefore, be sure to pay attention to the costs! The broker’s trading fees must be accessible to everyone.

The transparency of the cost structure is also specified in the official regulations and licensing. In the event of a violation, the provider’s official licence can be revoked.

Lawyers inform about Gis Capital

You have invested money with Gis Capital, or another service provider? Now you are encountering obstacles to repayment? Then we recommend that you immediately block further payments. This is especially true if the online broker recommends additional payments to compensate for losses.

You should also try to recover the lost capital. In this regard, aggrieved parties can seek investor protection and turn to the lawyers of our law firm. We examine both civil and criminal law options as well as possible claims for damages against the provider and against involved payment service providers such as banking institutions.

“One can no longer speak of an exceptional case if a private investor loses his capital in online trading. Many private investors are deceived by the professional appearance of the companies and only realise too late that they are not responsible for their losses.”

Our recommendation is therefore not to bury one’s head in the sand, but to react quickly and with commitment. Because the chance of recovering the lost money is often greater than the aggrieved private investors think. Would you like to talk to one of our lawyers about Gis Capital? Then click here to go directly to our contact form.