Be aware about Boston Technologies Inc., that is a US based company, providing FX Bridge to counter parties. Boston Technologies is acting as Marketplace, Broker-Dealer and/or Brokerage Company without any kind of licensing and violation of CFTC and NFA; taking your money from your account, making desk dealing, and play as a Broker without license.
The company that hold your money, and acting as your "escrow agent" should be have licensing to act like Marketplace, Broker-Dealer and/or Brokerage Company.
Do not trust in the "unsecure" and "untrust" liquidity bridge from Boston Technologies; and do not trust neither in the liquidity providers that are used by Boston Technologies.
Ask to the NFA and CFTC for the Boston Technologies license.
Also see following:
1) BT holds clients funds on deposit with both regulated and non-regulated entities.
2) BT's technology defaults to the benefit of the broker (FCM/FDM). In the absence of a broker, BT is able to deploy their technology to their own benefit. A major conflict of interest.
3) BT claims to not act as anything but a technology solution but receive income from the spread, in many cases without the clients knowledge. This is either garnered in the form of an IB fee paid by the counterparty or by BT simply marking up the trades through price manipulation.
4) BT has recently chosen to move their business offshore (Boston Trading as opposed to Technologies), or at least the trading arm of it (to Belize). They believe this will give them greater flexibility in acting as a broker without repercussions from the local regulations despite the fact that they still take client deposits in the name of the US based company.
This is just a cursory glance at the business. A more informed and thorough look will reveal further anomalies.
BT is literally taking money from client deposits and putting it into their own pockets, someone needs to put an end to this, their CEO George Popescu is beeing draged through cort for the past few years but somehow awoids centincing