By Admiral Markets
Admiral Markets has recently announced that a rogue website, with a similar domain name, has begun operating at the following address: “admiral-crypto.com”. The website appears to have content in both French and English languages and claims to offer cryptocurrency trading services. It also claims to be an entity of Admiral Markets UK Ltd. and states that it is subject to UK regulatory supervision.
This website is, in no way, associated with Admiral Markets UK Ltd., nor does Admiral Markets UK Ltd. have any responsibility for business conducted through it. This is a scam and should be avoided at all costs.
“Spam emails used to be the trendy bad habit. Now, even web pages are getting scammed”, says Jens Chrzanowski, Member of the Admiral Markets AS Group Management Board. “If you ever see a web page that you think is suspicious, please double check that it’s authentic!” he continued.
As you know, Admiral Markets UK Ltd. is fully regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA Register No. 595450) and follows all requirements and laws regulating the industry. Any other unauthorised persons, companies or websites using the Admiral Markets brand for fraudulent activities, not only break the applicable laws, but also do not comply with the basic rules of investor protection, information disclosure, claims handling and other regulatory obligations.
Admiral Markets strongly recommends to remain vigilant against such fraudulent websites and contact their customer support team for further questions.
Risk disclosure: Forex and CFD’s carry a high level of risk and losses may exceed your initial deposit. Admiral Markets UK Ltd. recommends you seek advice from an independent financial advisor to ensure that you understand the risks involved with Forex, CFD’s, Margin and Leveraged trading.