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CFDS100.com (TRSYSTEM Limited)

Warning

The Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA) warns the public against the activities of CFDS100 (TRSYSTEM Ltd), a company that offers investments without complying with Belgian financial legislation.

CFDS100 (TRSYSTEM Ltd) is not allowed to provide banking and/or investment services in or from Belgium.

Furthermore, since 18 August 2016, no investment firm (authorized or not) is permitted to distribute actively, within the territory of Belgium, binary options or certain other derivative instruments. Specifically, the instruments concerned are derivatives whose maturity is less than one hour and/or that directly or indirectly use leverage (including forex derivatives and CFDs).

The FSMA therefore strongly advises against responding to any offer of financial services made by CFDS100 (TRSYSTEM Ltd) and against transferring money to any account number it might mention.

The FSMA also reminds the public that in the vast majority of cases, persons who invest in firms that do not hold the requisite authorization never recover the sums invested. These are cases of investment fraud.

CFDS100 (TRSYSTEM Ltd) uses the website www.cfds100.com and the following contact details:

Address:    4 Parda St., downtown district, Harju county, Tallinn, 10151

Emails:      support@cfds100.com; kevin.wallase@traidinglive.eo; backoffice@cfds100.com; billing@cfds100.com

Tel.:          +441276818939; +43720022353; +442038074325; +43720775913

It also uses a bank accounts, which it claims was opened in the name of Elban Software Solutions Ltd, Sternweg Gmbh, Infundig Estate Gmbh, Prime Marshall Cy Ltd, Avaleti 1 EOOD, BEIFS Gmbh, Day Day HK Trading Limited, Betamarket UG and WST Capital Foundation.

CFDS100 (TRSYSTEM Ltd) has also been the subject of a warning by the supervisory authority of the United Kingdom (FCA).

Would you like to enquire more generally as to whether a transaction being proposed complies with the financial legislation? Please use the search function on the FSMA website. You can also contact the FSMA directly via the consumer contact form.