I have one fact, one question and one suggestion for you.
Here's the fact: websites and forums and review places are full of comments about almost every broker. They're always mixed. You don't know who any of the people are or whether they know what they're talking about. Some have individual grudges. Some are paid shills. Some websites are there to promote things (often with concealed affiliate links). Some people aren't who they claim to be. Some have good experiences; others have bad experiences. From your perspective, they're all random strangers and it's REALLY difficult for you or for anyone else to know whom to believe. Especially in a beginners' forum like this one, where many of the people posting don't know a whole lot more than you do.
Did that sound like a lot of facts? It isn't, because they all come down to the same reality: what you can learn this way is "noise", not "information".
Here's the question: is it better to try to find out this way, from random strangers, or to learn for yourself how to tell whether a brokerage is likely to be safe and reliable for you (something that's pretty easy to do)?
It's a rhetorical question - we all know the answer, don't we?
Here's the suggestion: start here - https://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/6-most-important-things-to-consider-when-choosing-a-broker