Warning: AMF Releases List of Unauthorized Investment Companies

Warning: AMF Releases List of Unauthorized Investment Companies

Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF), a financial market regulator, exists to preserve the harmony and stability of France’s fiscal markets. It is an independent public organization with a mandate to protect citizen investors from fraud and other unlawful market activities.

The AMF published a list of unauthorized investment companies to warn the public against engaging in them.

The websites, majority of which are offering cryptocurrency trade and investments, added to the list of unauthorized companies are:

Websites that are included in the list but are down as of today:

A possible phishing website from the list:

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