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  • UK FCA warns against BeforexCapital with Praxis Cashier and MisterBit

    UK FCA warns against BeforexCapital with Praxis Cashier and MisterBit

    The FCA issued an investor warning on November 9, 2020, against BeforexCapital and Capital Holding Funds allegedly operated by Capital Holdings LLC, St. Vincent & the Grenadines. As payment processors, we have discovered Praxis Cashier with the Estonian crypto exchange MisterBit.

     
  • FCA warns against broker scam AccepTrade facilitated by Praxis Cashier

    The UK regulator FCA issued a warning against the broker scam AccepTrade (www.acceptrade.com) on September 30, 2020. According to the information on the website, this scam is operated by an AccepTrade Ltd in Dominica. Once again Praxis Cashier from Amit Klatchko is used as a payment processor and Estonian Transcoin is integrated for crypto deposits.

     
  • Investor Warning – FCA warns against MigoTrade facilitated by Praxis Pay

    UK FCA issued an investor warning against the broker scam MigoTrade (www.migotrade.com) this week. According to the website, the broker is operated by Smart iSolution LLC, which is allegedly registered in St. Vincent & the Grenadines. The scam is once again facilitated by the Cypriot Praxis Cashier of Amit Klatchko which our Team identified in some other warned of scams this week.

     
  • Austrian FMA and other regulators warn against StarkMarkets broker scam

    The Austrian Financial Market Authority FMA has issued an investor warning against the scam broker StarkMarkets (www.starkmarkets.com) which is allegedly operated by Krisimark Ltd and SWISSGEM Ltd in Sofia, Bulgaria. Already in June 2020, the Canadian British Colombia Securities Commission (BSC) issued an investor warning, and in July the New Zealand FMA (here). The scam facilitating payment processor is once again the Cypriot Praxis Cashier.

     
  • UK Watchdog FCA warns against Capital Way Group scam with Praxis Cashier

    The UK regulator FCA issued an investor warning on 9 September 2020 against the scam broker Capital Way (aka Capital Way Group) operating with the domains www.capitalway.com and www.capitalway-group.com. According to the information on the website, the broker is operated by Eastridge Capital Ltd in the Marshall Islands and Usein Power Ltd allegedly registered in Bulgaria. Praxis Cashier from Amit Klatchko is the payment processor.

     
  • FCA warns against scam broker TradingTeck with Praxis Cashier

    The UK FCA issued a warning against the scam broker TradingTeck (www.tradingteck.com) on 9 September 2020. The broker is a brand of SecVision Limited, allegedly registered in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The payment processor of the scam is once again Praxis Cashier from Amit Klatchko. Via the Praxis Cashier, credit and debit card payments as well as payments via Klarna can be made.

     
  • FCA warns against PumaTS-Leverate scam RoyalStox with Praxis Cashier

    The UK regulator FCA has issued an investor warning against the scam broker RoyalStox (www.royalstox.com). This is operated by Marom Partners Limited on St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The scam is part of the Leverate and PumaTS network and connected to their Activ8 trading servers. It’s another full-blown scam from without any special features. The scam works with the payment processors Praxis Chashier and QubePay for crypto payments.

     
  • Investor Warnings – Austrian FMA warns against broker scams – illegal payment processors exposed

    The Austrian Financial Market Authority has issued a number of investor warnings in recent days. Among them are again scam customers of the notorious Cypriot payment processor Praxis Cashier System Ltd (d/b/a Praxis Cashier and Praxis Pay) of Amit Klatchko. Specifically, the FMA warns against the broker scams Tradixa, GFXRoyal (GFX Finance), HBC Market (HBC Markets), and BSB Global.

     
  • CONSOB blacked out another six scam brokers

    The Italian regulator CONSOB blacklisted a further seven scam brokers on 3 August 2020. This means that the brokers' websites will soon no longer be accessible for Italian customer victims. At present, the Italian watchdog is the only regulator using this sensible measure. The number of sites blacked out since July 2019 has thus risen to 268.

     
  • CONSOB blacked out another six scam brokers

    The Italian regulator CONSOB blacklisted a further seven scam brokers on 3 August 2020. This means that the brokers' websites will soon no longer be accessible for Italian customer victims. At present, the Italian watchdog is the only regulator using this sensible measure. The number of sites blacked out since July 2019 has thus risen to 268.