Malta FSA warns its own website was cloned 

Mark Battersby
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The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) said in a statement last week that it had become aware of a website using the layout and contents of the MFSA website, purporting to be the Netherland Financial Services Authority (NFSA), in an effort to deceive the public.  This website has an internet presence at however, the website is currently offline, the Maltese regulator said.  "The Authority would like to inform the public that NFSA or its website have no association with the MFSA and that any emails received from NFSA do NOT originate from the MFSA. "The web...

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