Official Crowd1 fraud warning from South Africa’s FSCA

Following affirmation on Twitter that Crowd1 operates illegally in South Africa, the FSCA has now issued a proper assertion.

In response to the FSCA, South Africa’s high monetary regulator, Crowd1

is neither an authorised Monetary Service Supplier (FSP), neither is it a consultant of an authorised FSP.

There may be additionally no report of this entity having utilized for a license with the FSCA.

Being a passive funding alternative, Crowd1’s MLM providing constitutes a safety.

As above, Crowd1 will not be registered to supply securities in South Africa and subsequently operates illegally.

Certainly Crowd1 isn’t registered to supply securities in any jurisdiction. The corporate operates illegally the world over.

The FSCA advises

whereas it’s true that each one investments maintain danger, one with an unauthorised FSP ought to be thought of extraordinarily high-risk.

It is usually usually fraudulent in nature, and prone to result in losses for patrons, for which there’s little or no recourse.

Subsequently, the FSCA urges the general public to at all times be aware of this every time approached by a person or entity providing an funding alternative.

It is usually essential to keep in mind that if it sounds too good to be true – it in all probability is.

Crowd1 is operates by Spanish shell firms. The Ponzi scheme is run by Swedish scammers Jonas Erik Werner and Johan Stael Von Holstein.

Thus far neither Swedish or Spanish authorities have taken any public motion towards Crowd1.