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Warning: scammers impersonating SFC senior executives
The SFC recently received reports from members of the public about imposters posing as the SFC’s senior executives claiming that the SFC had found irregularities in the recipients’ stock trading. The scammers further asked the recipients to provide more trading information.
 
The SFC stresses that all such messages are fraudulent. As a financial regulator, the SFC does not solicit investments, provide any form of financial services nor contact the general public for personal financial matters.
 
The SFC reminds the public not to respond to any requests on instant messaging apps or social media claiming to be from the SFC, and more importantly, not to transfer any funds or provide personal information to them.
 
Stay vigilant to avoid falling victim to scams. Please also refer to the SFC's Alert List () and the Police’s Anti-Deception Coordination Centre’s webpage () for latest alerts.
 

Last update: 9 Jul 2024

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