Warning MB TRADING filled my limit order wrong plce

Discussion in 'Retail Brokers' started by manz66, Apr 23, 2007.

  1. manz66


    I made a limit order short in MB Trading at 1.9970. But, got filled at 1.9984. Then did not admit mistake and did not return my money.

    How to get my money back.
  2. Rocko1


    How many times has this happened to you before? Iam thinking about using them for stocks.
  3. ttosifa


    Has my beer gone to my head?

    Wouldn't you prefer a sell limit to fill at 84 instead of 70? Did you mean to submit a stop loss instead?
  4. gov


    This is not MBT's problem, it is yours. The short sale executes at your price _or better_ in this case, you had price improvement. You would have lost even more being filled at your price instead, when you covered the short.
  5. Thats what I'm thinking.
    Looks like you got price improvement...what are we missing?
  6. It's not us missing something. Manz is missing his brain :)
  7. Stok


    Don't know too much about fx order types, but you need a STOP LIMIT.

    Sounds like you were wanting to short if they market got DOWN to your price.

    A limit order is at that price OR BETTER...so you got filled.

    Correct me if I am wrong.
  8. The explanation here should be good...

    Good thing he started 2 threads on the exact same topic!
  9. OH NO! Watch out--MB might fill your market orders at the market.
  10. manz66


    I can prove atleast 4 times, and again, there are few times they just wont let you in and out.
    #10     Apr 23, 2007