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Public Statement 6 of 2020 – COIN ENSURED INVESTMENTS CORP.

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Tortola, British Virgin Islands – 15th May 2020 – The British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission (the “FSC”) considers it necessary to issue this Public Statement in order to protect the customers, creditors or persons who may have been solicited to conduct business by COIN ENSURED INVESTMENTS CORP., and to make the general public aware that the entity has never been licensed or regulated by the FSC to carry on any type of financial services business.

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COIN ENSURED INVESTMENTS CORP. is circulating a forged investment business licence and is falsely purporting to be authorised and licensed in the BVI for the purpose of carrying out investment business by dealing in investments as an entity licensed and regulated by the FSC.

The FSC hereby informs the public that COIN ENSURED INVESTMENTS CORP. is not and has never been licensed or regulated to carry on investment business in or from within the Territory.

Members of the public are advised to exercise extreme caution if solicited at any time to conduct business with COIN ENSURED INVESTMENTS CORP.

The public is invited to provide the FSC with any relevant information on any questionable entities which are purportedly operating in or from within the Territory, and on any improper activities engaged in by such entities.

The FSC has issued this Public Statement pursuant to Section 37A of the Financial Services Commission Act, 2001.

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Abbreviation: BVI FSC
Jurisdiction: British Virgin Islands

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