Öffentliche Betrugswarnung – Verbraucherwarnung!1875-Finance Invest
- Warnung CSSF Luxembourg
The Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) warns the public of the activities of an entity named
1875-Finance Invest (clone of an existing company) which claims to be established at 41, boulevard Prince Henri, L-
1724 Luxembourg (website: www.1875-financeinvest.com).
According to the information available to the CSSF, this entity offers investment services to the contacted persons.
The CSSF informs the public that 1875-Finance Invest has not been granted the authorisation required to provide
financial services in or from Luxembourg.
The CSSF would like to clarify that the investment company 1875 Finance (Luxembourg) S.A., duly authorised in
Luxembourg under the Law of 5 April 1993 on the financial sector and subject to the supervision of the CSSF,
has no connection with the entity referred to in the warning.
Luxembourg, 12 July 2017
The Autorité des marchés financiers and the Autorité de contrôle prudentiel et de résolution warn the public against the activities of several websites and entities proposing forex investments without being authorised to do so
Published on September 26, 2017
The AMF and the ACPR are publishing a list of new websites and entities offering investments on the unregulated foreign exchange (Forex) market in France, without authorisation to do so.
Here is the list of new websites recently identified:
- www.1875-financeinvest.com / 1875 FINANCE INVEST
- www.londonbcapital.com / LONDON B CAPITAL
- www.fxandco.com / GLOBE AND CO LTD
- www.startmarkets.com / STARTMARKETS
- www.cbre-securityplace.com / CBRE-SECURITYPLACE
A list of all unauthorized websites to offer investments on the unregulated foreign exchange (Forex) market is available in the AMF’s website (section: Espace Épargnants > Protéger son épargne > Listes noires) and Assurance Banque Épargne Info Service - ABE IS's website (section: Actualités et alertes > Alertes).
These websites may change very quickly and this list is not intended to be exhaustive.
To ensure that the intermediary offering banking or financial products or services is authorised to operate in France, you can view the register of financial agents (https://www.regafi.fr) or the list of authorised intermediaries in the financial investment advisor (FIA) or participating investment advisor (PIA) categories (https://www.orias.fr/search).
If the intermediary in question is not on any of the last two lists, we strongly recommend that you should not make use of their services, as they are in breach of the applicable legislation and are not required to comply with basic rules of investor protection, information disclosure and claims handling.
Do you have any questions? For all information, go to the following websites:
Assurance-Banque-Epargne Info Service: www.abe-infoservice.fr or call 0811 901 801, Mondays to Fridays
from 8am to 6pm.
AMF: http://www.amf-france.org or call 01 53 45 62 00, Mondays to Fridays from 9am to 5pm.