BNM updates FCA list to include three new schemes


KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) has updated the Financial Consumer Alert List (FCA List) to include three new schemes that are neither authorised nor approved by the central bank.

The three schemes are Deet Investment Scheme, D’eet Investment Scheme and Dinar Edaran Emas Trading Investment Scheme, using the same website address of https://www.deetgroup.com.

"(These are) the list of known companies and websites that are neither authorised nor approved under the relevant laws and regulations administered by BNM,” the central bank said on Twitter.

The FCA List is a guide to enhance the awareness of entities or schemes, which may have been wrongly perceived or represented as being licensed or regulated by BNM. - Bernama

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