11 Broker Ilegal terkena Tuntutan kembali

CFTC kembali menuntut 11 broker forex ilegal dan dianggap berbahaya.

Berikut adalah cuplikan press releasenya :

September 8, 2011

CFTC Sues 11 Foreign Currency Firms in Second Nationwide Sweep Against Unregistered Firms
Cases bring to 25 the number of firms sued by the CFTC for failing to register under the 2008 Farm Bill, the Dodd-Frank Act and the CFTC’s regulations.

Washington, DC – The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) announced that it simultaneously filed 10 enforcement actions in Federal District Courts in Illinois, New York, Utah, and Wyoming, alleging that 11 entities are illegally soliciting members of the public to engage in foreign currency (forex) transactions and are operating without being registered with the CFTC. These cases follow on the CFTC’s January 26, 2011 filings against 14 other entities for similar violations (see CFTC Press Release 5974-11).

According to CFTC Director of Enforcement David Meister: “These actions reflect the CFTC’s continued resolve to make the forex market safer for investors by strictly enforcing the CFTC’s new forex regulations, which became effective in October 2010. These new regulations require entities that wish to participate in the forex market to register with the CFTC and abide by regulations that are intended to protect the public from potentially fraudulent operations.”

The following companies were sued by the CFTC as part of this sweep:

1st Investment Management, LLC, a Wyoming LLC;

City Credit Capital, (UK) Ltd., a United Kingdom company;

Enfinium Pty Ltd., an Australian company;

GBFX, LLC, a New York LLC;

Gold & Bennett, LLC, a New York LLC;

InterForex, Inc., a British Virgin Islands company;

Lucid Financial, Inc., a Utah corporation;

MF Financial, Ltd., a Belize company with offices in New York City;

O.C.M. Online Capital Markets Limited, a British Virgin Islands company

Trading Point of Financial Instruments Ltd. a Cyprus company; and

Windsor Brokers, Ltd., a Cyprus company.

In the forex market, Retail Foreign Exchange Dealers (RFEDs) and Futures Commission Merchants (FCMs) act as the counter-party to their customers’ purchase and sale of forex. Under the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA) and CFTC Regulations, an entity acting as an RFED or FCM must register with the CFTC. Further, with a few exceptions, such an entity also must be registered with the CFTC if it solicits or accepts orders from U.S. investors in connection with forex transactions conducted at an RFED or FCM.

In all but two of the complaints, the CFTC alleges that a defendant acted as an RFED; that is it offered to take or took the opposite side of a customer’s forex transaction, without being registered. In the remaining two complaints against GBFX, LLC/Gold & Bennett, LLC and Lucid Financial, Inc., the CFTC alleges that the defendant solicited customers to place forex trades at an RFED without being registered as an Introducing Broker. Further, in every complaint, the CFTC alleges that the defendant solicited or accepted orders from U.S. investors to enter into forex transactions in violation of the CEA.

The CFTC is seeking preliminary injunctions to prevent these defendants from operating as alleged unless and until they comply with the CEA and CFTC Regulations. The CFTC’s complaints also seek civil monetary penalties, trading and registration bans, disgorgement, and rescission.

With respect to the similar actions filed in January 2011, 11 of the14 defendants have either settled the charges or defaulted, and the charges against the remaining three are pending.

The CFTC strongly urges the public to check whether a company is registered before investing funds. If a company is not registered, an investor should be wary of providing funds to that company.

Forex Currency Fraud : http://www.cftc.gov/ConsumerProtection/FraudAwarenessPrevention/ForeignCurrencyTrading/cftcnasaaforexalert

Keterangan Press Release selengkapnya di CFTC : http://www.cftc.gov/PressRoom/PressReleases/pr6108-11.html

 

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8 Responses to 11 Broker Ilegal terkena Tuntutan kembali

  1. megaforex says:

    Selamat malam Pak, bagaimana dengan AGEA?

    • Broker Forex says:

      Agea atau Marketiva ini kurang aman Pak, karena mereka tidak teregulasi benar dan juga bisa menerima alat pembayaran yang ilegal.
      mereka juga bisa menerima pembayaran dengan Liberty Reserve yang scam ini.

      Selain itu, di Agea anda akan dibatasi dalam teknik trading dan tidak boleh trade banyak2 / secara massive, atau akan disuspend loh. Jadi nggak enak Pak

  2. mekong says:

    master PT Goldwint dan PT mahadana aman gk? krn tmn saya invest disana pke kontrak selama 6 bln dapat 10persen. modal b
    s diambil a
    wal januari. mohon
    bantuannya segera. krn takut uangnya ilang.terima kasih master

  3. yens76 says:

    saya mau tnya pak,…..Apakah http://www.speedlineinc.com ilegal ato tidak karna saya invst dst di tmbh sstim yg g jls kyk gini,bikin saya tmbh tkut …..mhn pnjlsan …..trimks

  4. ajoe says:

    saya mohon penjelasan pak kenapa City Credit Capital kena tuntutan CFTC padahal broker ini berasal dari UK dan sudah regulasi di FSA dgn nomor regulasi FSA UK #232015 dan broker ini sudah berdiri dari tahun 2001 ( sudah 10 tahun beroperasi ) APAKAH INI PERSAINGAN BISNIS ATAU APA?? MOHON PENJELASANNYA PAK TERIMA KASIH

    • Broker Forex says:

      Boleh tahu link nya untuk case tuntutannya ? agar bisa kami pelajari

      dan biasanya broker tersebut adalah berbuat salah atau ketahuan berbuat curang sehingga ditindak oleh regulasinya.

      Beginilah untungnya ikut di broker yang regulated benar, karena kita sebagai nasabah dibantu oleh pihak regulator yang mengawasi aktifitas pialang/broker yang tergabung di dalamnya, bila broker bersalah maka akan bisa diberi sangsi atau dituntut

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