Financial Authorities Alert Portals To Warn Investors.
Almost all firms offering financial services in your country must be authorised by your local Financial Services Authority, therefore you should only deal with authorised firms.
Unfortunately there are firms that operate without authorisation and some knowingly run scams like share fraud and other investment scams.
If a firm does not appear on the Register of Authorized Firms of your local Financial Services Authority but claims it does, search for it in this list of warnings and alerts or on Financial Authorities Alert Portals.
Beware of fraudsters pretending to be from a firm authorised by your local Financial Services Authority, as it could be what we call a ‘clone firm’. If you are cold-called by a financial services firm always ring them back on the switchboard number given on the Register.
We add firms to this list of warnings and alerts, as soon as possible but it is not exhaustive. Do not assume a firm is legitimate just because it does not appear in this list of warnings and alerts, these firms frequently change their name and it may not have been reported yet.
You should take further steps to protect yourself from unauthorised firms and check our list of warnings and alerts or directly the lists on the Financial Authorities Alert Portals.
If you think you are a victim of an Internet scam, Internet fraud, stock and securities fraud or a boiler room and you are looking for help, please contact ISOG lawyers, attorneys at law, private investigators and private detectives to check our warnings and alerts list.
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FRAUD WARNINGS AND FRAUD ALERTS