Unauthorized use of websites (the “unlawful website”):

This notice is issued by the Financial Services Authority of Seychelles (“FSA”) drawing attention to the website https://fulbrightsl.com/ and the fact that the website is not linked to any entity licensed or regulated by the FSA in any capacity.

Furthermore, the FSA Seychelles urges investors and members of the public to exercise adequate research and evaluation on an entity, service providers, and representatives prior to conducting business and/or performing any transactions involving money exchanges or exchanges of personal details. The FSA also reminds the public that the Authority is not responsible should persons continue or maintain client relationship, or uses services provided with or by the aforementioned website.

Unauthorized use of websites (the “unlawful websites”):

  • https://ausgroup.info/en/; and
  • https://www.ausglobaluk.com/

This notice is hereby issued by the Financial Services Authority of Seychelles (“FSA”) drawing attention to the above websites and the fact that same does not pertain to any entity licensed or regulated by the FSA in any capacity.

Henceforth, the FSA Seychelles urges investors and members of the public to exercise extreme caution in respect to the said websites and wishes to advise that Authority shall not be held liable should persons maintain client relationships, or use services purporting to be provided by the aforementioned websites.

Alert: Unauthorized use of website (the “unlawful website”):

This notice is issued by the Financial Services Authority of Seychelles (“FSA”) drawing attention to the website ‘https://cgma-trade.com/’ and the fact that the website is not linked to any entity licensed or regulated by the FSA in any capacity.

Furthermore, the FSA Seychelles urges investors and members of the public to conduct adequate research and evaluation on an entity, service providers, and representatives prior to engaging in business and/or performing any transactions involving money exchanges or exchanges of personal details. The FSA also reminds the public that the Authority is not responsible should persons continue or maintain client relationship, or uses services provided with or by the aforementioned website.

 

Alert: Unauthorized use of websites (the “unlawful website”):

This notice is issued by the Financial Services Authority of Seychelles (“FSA”) drawing attention to the website https://titaniumarrow.com and the fact that the website is not linked to any entity licensed or regulated by the FSA in any capacity.


Furthermore, the FSA Seychelles urges investors and members of the public to exercise adequate research and evaluation on an entity, service providers, and representatives prior to conducting business and/or performing any transactions involving money exchanges or exchanges of personal details. The FSA also reminds the public that the Authority is not responsible should persons continue or maintain client relationship, or uses services provided with or by the aforementioned website.

Alert: Unauthorized use of website (the “unlawful website”):

https://m4market.in/

This notice is issued by the Financial Services Authority of Seychelles (“FSA”) drawing attention to the aforementioned website and the fact that same does not relate to any entity licensed or regulated by the FSA in any capacity.

Henceforth, the FSA Seychelles urges investors and members of the public to exercise extreme caution in respect to these websites and wishes to advise that Authority shall not be held liable should persons maintain client relationships, or use services purporting to be provided by the aforementioned website.

Alert: Unauthorized use of website (the “unlawful website”):

https://tickmilltrading.com/

https://tickmilltrading.com/index/login

https://pepperstone3.com/index/login

This notice is issued by the Financial Services Authority of Seychelles (“FSA”) drawing attention to the aforementioned website and the fact that same does not relate to any entity licensed or regulated by the FSA in any capacity.

Henceforth, the FSA Seychelles urges investors and members of the public to exercise extreme caution in respect to these websites and wishes to advise that Authority shall not be held liable should persons maintain client relationships, or use services purporting to be provided by the aforementioned website.

Insurance Consumer Complaints Handling Survey

The Financial Services Authority (“FSA”) as the regulator of the Insurance Industry is committed to ensuring all consumers the best complaints handling experience possible. As part of our ongoing effort to strive for and maintain the highest standards of care and client service, we would appreciate your feedback regarding the handling of complaints. It is a short 15 question survey that should only take a minute, and your responses will help improve the industry and ultimately you as the end customer.

The Financial Services Authority (“FSA”) thank you for your participation. For more information, please contact the FSA on 4380800 or email: igp.supervision@fsaseychelles.sc.

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The Financial Services Authority

Insurance Claims Customer Satisfactory Survey

The Financial Services Authority (“FSA”) as the regulator of the Insurance Industry is committed to ensuring all consumers the best claims experience possible. As part of our ongoing effort to strive for and maintain the highest standards of care and client service, we would appreciate your feedback regarding the handling of claims. It is a short 18 questions survey that should only take a minute, and your responses will help improve the industry and ultimately you as the end customer.

The Financial Services Authority (“FSA”) thanks you for your participation. For more information, please contact the FSA on 4380800 or email: igp.supervision@fsaseychelles.sc.

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The Financial Services Authority

Advisory on Virtual Asset Service Providers alleged to be licensed and regulated by the Financial Services Authority

In light of continued situations where entities, predominantly international business companies or IBCs, are pronouncing themselves in the public domain, specifically on the internet, to be licensed and regulated by the Financial Services Authority (“FSA”) for the provision of services linked to virtual assets (“VA”) and virtual asset service providers (“VASP”), including cryptocurrency exchange platforms, the FSA has deemed it necessary to issue this advisory to the public.

The FSA hereby informs the general public and investors alike that it does not license or regulate any persons, particularly IBCs, for the conduct of businesses related to VA and VA services. That is, the FSA does not and has not licensed IBCs for the conduct of services linked to any type of VA, virtual currency exchange platforms and other related or similar services.

Please be reminded that although IBCs are incorporated in Seychelles under the International Business Companies Act, 2016, these entities are not licensed nor regulated by the FSA for the conduct of their chosen business activities. As is the norm for any company, an IBC is required to seek and possess the appropriate authorisation to carry out specific activities in its jurisdiction of operation.

The FSA thus urges individuals looking to engage the services of any entities that claim to provide services in such activities to first perform their own checks and due diligence on these entities, which may or may not be IBCs, and to thoroughly understand the risks involved, such as the loss of funds and the potential difficulty to recuperate these funds, when dealing with such services and entities prior to any engagements.

It is important to highlight that owing to the fact that such entities conduct their activities online and are not under the supervisory and regulatory purview of the FSA, it may be extremely difficult for the FSA to assist in situations where there are any unfair practices by these entities leading to issues including financial losses. Investors and members of the public are therefore advised to be vigilant and exercise caution in respect to the services offered by such entities on the internet.

Notwithstanding the above, the FSA is cognizant of the rising interest in VA and VASP, from both investors and service providers. In that regard, the FSA also wishes to inform the public that following conclusion of National Risk Assessment (“NRA”) on VA and VASP to evaluate the viability, potential benefits and potential challenges associated with having the VA and VASP regime in Seychelles, the necessary legislative reforms are due to be undertaken in order to address these rising issues. For more information on the NRA, please click here.

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The FSA has issued this Advisory pursuant to Section 4(1)(m) of the Financial Services Authority Act, 2013.

The Financial Services Authority

Alert: Unauthorized use of websites (the “unlawful website”)

This notice is issued by the Financial Services Authority of Seychelles (“FSA”) drawing attention to the website https://cm-tradingltd.com/index.html and the fact that the website is not linked to any entity licensed or regulated by the FSA in any capacity.

Furthermore, the FSA Seychelles urges investors and members of the public to exercise adequate research and evaluation on an entity, service providers, and representatives prior to conducting business and/or performing any transactions involving money exchanges or exchanges of personal details. The FSA also reminds the public that the Authority is not responsible should persons continue or maintain client relationship, or uses services provided with or by the aforementioned website.

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