In an interview with the local news agency TASS, Valery Lyakh, Head of the Bank of Russia’s Department for Countering Malpractice revealed, that out of 81 detected entities, around 38 targeted Russian clients from abroad. As Lyakh explained further, the aforementioned companies were reaching Russian-speaking customers via their websites.
Be careful trading in Russia and only trade with Regulated brokers.
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