Actio Conseil SA (clone)
- Warnung CSSF Luxembourg
The Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) warns the public of the website www.actio-conseil.com.
This website is operated by ill-intentioned people who misuse the names of the companies ACTIO CONSEIL S.A. and
ACTIO to offer non-existent investment services or products.
The CSSF would like to specify that the undertaking for collective investment incorporated under Luxembourg law,
ACTIO, duly authorised in Luxembourg and subject to the provisions of the Law of 17 December 2010 relating to
undertakings for collective investment is not related to the website referred to in this warning.
Luxembourg, 31 March 2020
2020-06-15, Public warning by FSMA Belgium against ACTIO-CONSEIL (FORMERLY WWW.ENERGIE-DMA-ACCESS.COM AND HTTPS://ACTIO-CONSEIL.COM) – CLONED FIRM
ACTIO-CONSEIL (FORMERLY WWW.ENERGIE-DMA-ACCESS.COM AND HTTPS://ACTIO-CONSEIL.COM) – CLONED FIRM
The Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA) warns the public against the activities of the 'company' Actio-Conseil, which offers investment services without complying with Belgian financial legislation.
This 'company' is not authorized to provide investment services in or from Belgium.
Moreover, the offer made via that website shows numerous indications of fraud and seems to be similar to the fraudulent wealth management or savings plan offers denounced by the FSMA in the warning it published on 1 March 2019.
Actio-Conseil formerly used the websites www.energie-dma-access.com and https://actio-conseil.com.
This 'company' has usurped the name of the collective investment undertaking Actio, based in Luxembourg.
Moreover, Actio-Conseil has also been the subject of a warning by the supervisory authority of Luxemburg (CSSF(link is external)).
Lastly, it also uses bank accounts opened in France and Portugal which it claims were opened respectively in the name of Europe Energie and GMSR.
The FSMA thus strongly advises against responding to any offer of financial services made by that website and against transferring money to any account number it might mention.
More than ever, prudence is necessary.
If you have the least doubt about whether financial services being offered to you are lawful, please don't hesitate to contact the FSMA directly via the consumer contact form. As well, feel free to notify us of any suspicious company that has not yet been the subject of a warning by the FSMA.