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Press Releases from FinTelegram News (4 total)

FinTelegram Exposed Vast Crypto Investment Scheme Attacking European Consumers

CyberFinance - Financial market regulators, most notably the UK FCA as well as the Spanish CNMV, have placed a strategic focus on the crypto segment in recent months. In the first weeks of 2022, dozens of warnings have already been issued against crypto trading and crypto investment schemes attacking European consumers. It is no exaggeration to say that we are in the middle of a global crypto fraud tsunami. In its

FinTelegram Warns Against Fake Crypto Review Platforms Chasing Consumers for Bro …

As a cyber financial intelligence and whistleblower platform, FinTelegram targets online fraud schemes and their facilitator. Digital marketing agencies are among essential fraud-facilitators. Scheme operators task them with chasing after victims deploying fraudulent marketing campaigns on Google and social media. Over the last couple of months, the number of warnings from financial market regulators such as the UK FCA or the Spanish CNMV against illegal crypto platforms has literally been

FinTelegram Urges German Regulator to Take Action Against Fraudulent Google Ads

CyberFinance Regulation - Google, like Meta, has been massively criticized for making a lot of money from ads placed by fraudulent scheme operators. The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) issued 1,200 warnings in 2020 about fraud schemes operating on Google and social media platforms. Consequently, in August 2021, Google UK & Ireland re-regulated the advertising of financial offers, allowing only FCA-regulated firms to advertise financial services, including crypto ads. However,

Fraudulent Fund Recovery Schemes Attack Online Trading Victims

CyberFinance - It is a well-known fact that the permanent threat of online fraud schemes also characterizes the CyberFinance era. Especially in the online trading space, a vast fraud industry has developed over the last decade, operating mainly in the now-banned binary options, forex, CFD, and cryptocurrencies. Based on our information, we assume that more than 95% of the active online trading platforms are either operating illegally without regulatory permission

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