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Crypto Blacklist | Belgium Updates List of Crypto Fraud Websites

Belgium’s Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA) has updated its crypto blacklist. According to an official statement made today, the government body has added seven crypto trading platforms to it. Crypto Blacklist The crypto blacklist is comprised of websites and/or platforms associated with fraud or that show signs of fraudulent behavior. Effectively, these websites are

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Belgium’s Financial Watchdog Updates Crypto-Related Blacklist to Total of 120 Websites

Belgium’s Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA) has updated a blacklist of crypto-related websites associated with fraud, according to an official statement on April 4.Following a previous crypto-related scam blacklist update in December 2018, the FSMA has added seven new crypto trading platforms where it has found signs of

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Italian Securities Regulator CONSOB Adds Crypto Company Togacoin to Scam Blacklist

The Italian securities regulator, Commissione Nazionale per le Società e la Borsa (CONSOB), has added crypto company Togacoin to its scam blacklist on Jan. 28.The regulator released its warning against Togacoin alongside similar warnings concerning binary options company Smart Choice Zone and forex exchange Fx Breeze. The three firms have

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Belgium’s Financial Watchdog Updates Crypto Scam Blacklist to Total 113 Sites

Belgium’s Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA) has updated its crypto-related fraud blacklist to include a new total of 113 sites, in a fresh alert posted Dec. 18.The authority states that “despite” its prior warnings, it continues to receive complaints from defrauded investors. The newly added platforms are all allegedly

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Belgium’s Financial Watchdog Adds 28 Sites to Crypto Scam Blacklist

Belgium’s Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA) has added 28 new sites to its crypto-related fraud blacklist, as it reiterates its warnings to consumers in a fresh alert posted today, September 4.The FSMA has said that despite its prior risk alerts, the agency continues to receive complaints from consumers swindled

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