Warnings: Mars Invest, Dukascopy clone, Crypto Matrix 362 [19 entities]
Table of Warnings
CONSOB blocked access to 5 unlicensed platforms
CONSOB warns against:
Check out the 2 previous warnings about this platform posted by CONSOB.
WEBSITE: www.fundiza.site (poprzednio: fundiza.com, fundiza.org)
COMPANY: Fundiza Limited
Check out the 3 previous warnings about this platform from CONSOB, FCA and CNMV.
Ideal Invest Fx
COMPANY: Extraprime Limited
3 entities blacklisted by the AMF
AMF warns against:
Check out the 2 previous warnings about this platform posted by the CNMV and the BaFin.
The German BaFin warns against ejmarkets.com platform
BaFin warns against:
COMPANY: Wp Holding und Management Limited
Check out the previous warning about this entity posted by BaFin.
7 warnings published by the British FCA
FCA warns against:
Crypto Bot Option
XTB Coin Trading (clone)
The dishonest broker pretends to be another, properly registered company and uses its data to gain the trust of a potential investor.
Company data that the “xtbcointrading.com” fake broker uses:
Company name: XTB Limited
Reference number: 522157
Proprietary domain: www.xtb.com
Check the profile of a licensed XTB broker on ForexRev.
Cryptology NFT World
Climax Multi Invest Coy / CLIMAX MULTILINGUAL INVESTMENT / CMIC
WEBSITE: www.climaxinvestcoy.com / www.climaxmultilingualinvestcoys.com
Watch out for the Dukascopy clone
ForexRev warns against:
The fake broker uses the Dukascopy broker data and the template of Doukascopy’s website.
The company Dukascopy Bank S.A. itself informed about the clone of the platform. on their website.
Please note that this website is not under control and does not belong to Dukascopy Bank, Dukascopy Japan or any other entity of the Dukascopy Group – the service provider informed in a notice to users
The fraudsters’ goal is to obtain user data and access data to their wallets on the Dukascpy platform.
Crypto Matrix 362
The fraudulent broker offers a quick deposit multiplier, the minimum deposit to be made to start trading on the platform is $300. The profit of the investor who shared his story with us will reach $3,200 in a few days, but in order to “be able” to withdraw funds, side fees must be paid, usually, a false tax that would allow the withdrawal. Unfortunately, after paying the “tax”, there are other “costs” created by fraudsters. The withdrawal hasn’t been finalised, and the platform’s consultants extort further money from the investor until he himself realizes that he has been a victim of fraud.
Check out the British FCA’s warning about this platform, published May 13, 2022.
STRONA: www.invest-mars.com / www.marshtrading.ltd
Platform consultants contact potential investors by phone, and most likely obtain contact details from unregistered sources, which is an offence under the current legal status. The person contacting the investor introduces himself by using popular Polish surnames, but you can recognize in the handset that he speaks with a characteristic Eastern accent, which rightly disturbed the investor.
When asked about the source of the contact data, the consultant said that another department was collecting the data and did not have detailed information about the source itself.
An inquisitive investor asked about the regulator that was to issue a license enabling the broker to offer investment products. This information is to be available only after the first deposit (minimum $250) has been made after contact with the assigned analyst.