Fake Cryptocurrency Exchanges
Cryptocurrency exchanges offer an important platform for buying and trading digital assets. But many of these exchanges remain unregulated, and susceptible to scams. Scammers have indeed turned to creating fake cryptocurrency exchanges and manipulating trading volumes on seemingly reputable exchanges in order to lure potential investors and fleece them of their funds. These exchanges may harass users, deny crypto withdrawals, charge high fees, or even walk away with your entire investment. To guard against these schemes, experts recommend using only reputable exchanges. You should learn to spot the telltale signs of fake websites before opening an account.
CryptoGM / Crypto GM/ iCryptoGM
KontoFX / EZCrypto Place / EZ Crypto Place
Crypto Exchange Pro
Crypto Options Trader
SMS Crypto Limited
VIP Crypto / Cryptonix Team
Crypto Asset Management Ltd
Crypto Brain (clone of FCA authorised firm)
Maplewalk t/a Prime Crypto
365 Markets (Trustnet Ltd)
Access Centrale Bank
Actio-Conseil (formerly www.energie-dma-access.com and https://actio-conseil.com) – Cloned firm
Akita Matsui Trading
Akita Michinoku Company
Alternative investment products (rare earths, precious metals, diamonds, etc.): be on you guard!
Asahi Marusan Management
Beware of attempts at phishing in relation to COVID-19!
Beware of new fraudulent online trading platforms
Binary options: the FSMA warns the public against several actors operating unlawfully within the territory of belgium
Blonde Bear OU (TRADEDAX)
Blue Hill Capitals
Brookfield Investment fund PLC – Cloned firm
Carlyle Capital Management
Companies that sell trading and training software
Ashcroft Cohen Strategic Capital (ACSC)
Ashton Group LTD
if you have been Scammed by a Company, and can not find their name on the lost, Do click the File Complaint button to report such platform for more inquiries on how to get your funds back from them.