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Page last updated: 14 Aug 2017

WEBSITE: www.forextfl.com 
 We are concerned about claims on the website www.forextfl.com which imply the business is regulated in New Zealand and associated with Tessera Finance Limited, a New Zealand registered financial service provider. Having engaged with Tessera Financial Limited we understand that there is in fact no connection between the website www.forextfl.com and the company, nor are the activities of the website subject to regulation in New Zealand.
OTHER INFORMATION: We warn the public against doing business with or through Forex Trend Limited (Forex Trend) and its website fx-trend.com.

We are concerned that Forex Trend and related people or companies may be continuing to solicit money from members of the public, and warns customers in New Zealand and overseas not to invest in the company or its products.

We have received a number of complaints from overseas-based Forex Trend customers that the company has failed to follow their instructions to withdraw money from their accounts. The New Zealand director of Forex Trend, Mr Manlai Zhang, has advised us that the company is currently unable to meet its obligations to customers and intends to appoint a liquidator.  

Companies are not permitted to carry on business if they become insolvent (unable to pay their debts). However the Forex Trend website still offers customer accounts for online currency trading. Despite several requests, we have not received any further information from Forex Trend regarding the proposed appointment of a liquidator.

Forex Trend is a member of Financial Dispute Resolution (FDR), which is an independent dispute resolution scheme. Customers who have a complaint about Forex Trend can contact FDR for help. FDR will investigate complaints and work with the customer and Forex Trend to reach an agreement. If agreement cannot be reached, FDR will propose a final decision, which will be binding on Forex Trend if accepted by the customer.  Please see http://www.fdr.org.nz/ for further information.     

We regulate New Zealand’s financial markets. Our main objective is to promote fair, efficient and transparent financial markets.