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Regulator issues cease trade order

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Fraudsters are misrepresenting themselves as IIROC-regulated investment dealers

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Trade12 has solicited investors in the province by phone inviting them to open trading accounts, the FCAA says

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The European regulator’s measures aim to protect retail investors

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The ban on ads for binary options, cryptocurrencies and related products will take effect in June

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Since Canada’s binary options ban, fraudsters have increasingly relied on cryptocurrencies and ICOs

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Scams may involve binary options, cryptocurrencies and contracts for difference

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Regulators have found that between 74% and 89% of clients that trade in these products lose money

New Brunswick regulator reports increase in suspected fraud

Fraudsters are still targeting Canadian investors through these, and other channels, Manitoba regulator warns

Ban supports efforts to protect Canadians from fraud