Fake letter impersonates UAE regulator in Slovak Republic funds transfer scam

Mark Battersby
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The Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) alerted the financial services community and members of the public on 19 September to a fake letter in which the DFSA and a member of its senior management were impersonated. The UAE regulator said the fake letter was issued by Abu Dhabi Financial Brokers, citing on their website https://www.abudhabifinancialbrokers.com/, Abu Dhabi Financial Brokers falsely claim to be regulated by the DFSA. The scammers issued a fake letter which falsely stated that it was sent from the DFSA on behalf of the Ministry of Interior of The Slovak Republic. ...

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