The Financial Services Commission (Mauritius) has recently released a warning against PRIMETRADEOPTIONS. The regulatory authority has announced that they have concerns over the particular trading platform. In the warning, the Financial Services Commission has shared its concerns surrounding the particular trading platform.
In the warning, the Financial Services Commission (Mauritius) has announced that PRIMETRADEOPTIONS has been providing its services without any approval or registration. According to the regulator, PRIMETRADEOPTIONS has been falsely providing its services in Mauritius.
By using such a statement, PRIMETRADEOPTIONS has been misleading citizens of Mauritius into believing that it is a regulated platform. Making a false claim would lead the Mauritius investors would invest in PRIMETRADEOPTIONS without doing any research.
False Claim Made by PRIMETRADEOPTIONS
The Financial Services Commission (FSC) of Mauritius has announced that PRIMETRADEOPTIONS making false claims in regards to its status in Mauritius. The trading platform claims that it is completely authorized by the FSC to operate in Mauritius.
The platform also makes false claims about the involvement of the FSC in regards to their treatment of the investors. According to PRIMETRADEOPTIONS, the FSC guarantees that it fully takes responsibility of the rights of the investors in Mauritius. The platform also claims that the FSC also guarantees that it would realize the preferences of the investors, and it would also foresee all their investments to the end.
However, the Financial Services Commission (Mauritius) has made it very clear that they have provided no such assurances. Therefore, the investors’ community in Mauritius needs to be very careful and cautious when dealing with PRIMTETRADEOPTIONS.
Warning Surrounding PRIMETRADEOPTIONS
In the light of the above, the Financial Services Commission has confirmed that they have nothing to do with PRIMETRADEOPTIONS. The particular trading platform is neither authorized nor licensed to operate and provide trading services to citizens of Mauritius. This is the reason why the citizens must remain very vigilant and well-informed when dealing with such a platform.
According to the Financial Services Commission, the particular platform is unregistered and unauthorized to provide any services to the citizens of Mauritius. The citizens must remain very alert when dealing with PRIMETRADEOPTIONS, and avoid being affiliated with such a platform at all.
Services PRIMETRADEOPTIONS Claims it provides
PRIMETRADEOPTIONS has been claiming to provide services such as Bitcoin investment, binary options, and forex trading. The platform claims it has been providing its services all over the world and Mauritius is also a jurisdiction it covers.
The website for PRIMETRADEOPTIONS suggests that it has become one of the top choices worldwide being a trading platform. It even claims to be providing services and several benefits/profits to investors that have never even been affiliated with the particular sector.
The platform even claims that it provides hourly interest at fixed rates to the investors, which is a completely misleading statement. The platform claims that no matter the market condition, it provides investors with hourly interests, which is misleading for the investors.
The platform claims that it provides deposit back options at any given time, regardless of the value. The platform claims to be providing instant transactions and even the security it provides is bank level.
In order to mislead investors, PRIMETRADEOPTIONS also has chat support representatives on the website who greet visitors the moment they land on the page. This is also a maneuver adopted by the platform in order to lure innocent investors and misguide them about the services and utilities being offered.
The platform is claiming to be providing different interest options such as Starter, Silver, Gold, and Platinum, with different interest rates. The platform also claims that it provides live support through account managers who take care of the needs of the investors.