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Name: Quantum AI /AI Quantum
Type: Suspicious virtual asset trading platforms
Address(es): -
Website: https://cybercitizens.pro/qN66f5?sub_id_1=lb85d289b-5d46-62&utm_term=111191&t_id=11&sun=0&mbp=0 https://profitstrategyzowie.com/?gclid=CjwKCAiA8NKtBhBtEiwAq5aX2DubZxX7p2bhihKUZEq2JXo9HWglR9Nw0a-v0jsbMT4tVYbgnG_wABoCrjMQAvD_BwE https://quantumai-uk-new2.investing-shoping.com/?aff_sub=b09da7vktd5bz677 https://www.facebook.com/groups/1521907875298950 https://www.facebook.com/groups/1377417876191347
Remarks: The entity purports to provide cryptocurrency trading service with its underlying artificial intelligence (AI) technology. It operates at the above websites and is suspected of engaging in virtual asset related fraudulent activities.

The entity is suspected of using AI-generated deepfake videos and photos of Mr Elon Musk on its website and through social media to deceive the public that Mr Musk is the developer of the entity’s underlying technology.

The entity is also suspected of using a “news” website to disseminate false and misleading information about itself and promote its cryptocurrency trading services to the Hong Kong public. It claims on the “news” website that the Hong Kong public has been using its technology to trade in cryptocurrencies and is able to earn “too-good-to-be-true” returns.
Add date: 8 May 2024
Suspicious virtual asset trading platforms

Do not respond to suspicious virtual asset trading platform (VATP) offers if its operator is not licensed. To check whether a VATP is licensed by the SFC, please visit our List of licensed virtual asset trading platforms. 

Some VATPs that appear to operate in Hong Kong or target Hong Kong investors may not have a licence to provide virtual asset service or carry out regulated activities in the city. They may lure investors with too-good-to-be-true investment offers, falsely claim to be or soon to be licensed in Hong Kong and/or overseas, or promote themselves aggressively through social media, instant messages, so-called “key opinion leaders” (KOLs) or any other forms of advertisements.

If you deal with a VATP which is not licensed by the SFC, please note that it is unregulated and not supervised by the SFC. You may lose your entire investment held on the VATP if it ceases operation, collapses, is hacked or otherwise suffers from any misappropriation of assets. Seeking recourse against those VATPs without a nexus with Hong Kong can be very difficult and legal remedies may not be available.

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