MAY 09, 2022

The Malta Financial Services Authority (“MFSA” or “the Authority”) has become aware of an entity by the name of ALPHAFXPRIME which has an internet presence at This website is claiming to be the trading name of an MFSA licensed company, Alpha FX Europe Limited. Fraudsters are using the details of this genuine company in an effort to deceive the public.

The Authority would like to inform the public that ALPHAFXPRIME is NOT a Maltese registered company NOR is it authorised to provide any financial services in or from Malta. Additionally, ALPHAFXPRIME has NO association with Alpha FX Europe Limited.

The website therefore appears to be a clone of the website of the legitimate entity and the public should therefore refrain from undertaking any business or transactions with the false entity.

Maltese Registered Entity Clone
Alpha FX Europe Limited ALPHAFXPRIME
C 96623 N/A
Old Bakery Street,
Valletta Malta
VLT 1455
  • 321503 4, Annis Komninis Street, Soleas Building, 2nd Floor, CY-1060 Nicosia, Cyprus
  • Brunel Building 2 Canalside Walk, London W2 1DG; and
  • VLT 1455, 171 Old Bakery Street, Valletta, Malta
  • Investment Firm licensed in terms of the Investment Services Act;
  • Financial Institution licensed in terms of the Financial Institutions Act; and
  • Financial Institutions licensed to issue electronic money under the 3rd Schedule to the Financial Institutions Act.

The MFSA would like to remind consumers of financial services not to enter into any financial services transaction unless they have ascertained that the entity with whom the transaction is being made is authorised to provide such services by the MFSA or another reputable financial services regulator. A list of entities licensed by the MFSA can be viewed on the official website of the Authority at

For more information on clone companies please refer to the Scam Detection Guidelines issued by the MFSA at If you are a victim of a scam or think you might be dealing with an unauthorised entity or any other type of financial scam, first of all stop all transactions with the company and contact the MFSA at as soon as a suspicion arises.