12 November, AtoZForex.com, Lagos – FXOpen, a popular FX brokerage brand has released an official statement warning the public against a scheme by fraudulent parties. Some scammers have been discovered to be utilizing the FXOpen® trademark, in a bid to cheat unsuspecting clients.
FXOpen informed the public of having no relation with the outlined firms below. These clone sites have been found to go as far as utilizing the registration and license data, therefore operating under the FXOpen trade name. As given free by the broker the sites of concern are:
- www.fxopening.com (IP – 188.8.131.52)
- www.fxopenpamm.com (IP – 184.108.40.206)
None of these sites are affiliated with the genuine FXOpen firm, but are in whole or in part using the trademark of the firm with no authorization from the genuine company, therefore prompting an official warning against the FXOpen clone sites.
No relation with the legitimate FXOpen
The site www.fxopenpamm.com goes as far as copying the exact outlook and elements of the original www.fxopen.com and contains information on the registrations and licenses of the companies. This has prompted FXOpen to clarify that:
“the above-indicated site is in no way related to any of the FXOpen companies. Similarly, the PAMM service offered on this site bears no relation to the one offered by FXOpen.”
Also, the site www.fxopening.com guarantees profit, thus the persons attracting investors`money via the specified site are engaged in unfair practices.
FXOpen has therefore informed all existing and potential clients to be extremely cautious. Also outrightly warning against dealing with the above mentioned sites, tagging them as “potentially fraudulent and operate to defraud users of their personal data, registration data and funds.”
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