May 17, 2017: Financial Commission, a leading external dispute resolution (EDR) organization, operated by FinaCom PLC, today warns the public of Mira Capital Markets (MiraMarkets.com) which is impersonating membership through a nearly-cloned (pseudo-clone) website that is mimicking many aspects of Financial Commission.

Financial Commission has become aware of two websites: Mira Capital Markets (miramarkets.com) – which is using data and linking to a website that is a pseudo-clone of Financial Commission (fincommission.com), to make it seem to the public that it is a member when it is in fact not a member of https://xcv.financialcommission.org.

There are two websites that we are warning about in this announcement:

 

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Mira Markets is not a member of The Financial Commission

Mira Markets is apparently using the information from the pseudo-clone website to masquerade to the public while appearing as a member while it attempts to lure investors.

Moreover, the pseudo-clone website lists a few dozen brokerages on a purported member section, many of whom have contacted us thinking that the site has any legitimacy or connection to us only to be informed that it is in fact a pseudo-clone website that is impersonating Financial Commission.

The great lengths that companies may go to help perpetrate a fraud can be difficult for even the most cautious investors to detect. Be sure that the .org suffix is at the end of the URL when searching for our website, or clicking on related links when attempting to visit FinancialCommission.org.