You could lose all your money invested in this product.
This is a high-risk investment and is much riskier than a savings account.
ISA eligibility does not guarantee returns or protect you from losses.

Who Are GCEN/GCS?

A Secure Banking Environment

GCEN/GCS systems for transferring payments are secure and reliable. They are authorised, regulated and registered with the FCA under Payment Services Regulations, 2009 with the number: 504346. They understand the importance of a fast and efficient service, which guarantees that all payments are made on time.

 

Your Wallet

Following registration and KYC approval, a Personal Wallet will be activated for you. This is where you can store and transfer money in a safe and secure environment online. Wallets are powered by our service provider, GCEN/GCS.

Regulatory authorities have strict rules governing the holding and/or control of client money. GCS is licensed to hold client money for the purposes of investment and trading.

For more information, please read Your Wallet: What You Need to Know

 

Security First

GCEN/GCS use multiple levels of software security controls and logic to protect their hosting infrastructure. All data safely travels through Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology using 128-bit encryption. In short, unauthorised individuals will not be able to access and decipher any sensitive or confidential information pertaining to your account.

GCEN/GCS operate from a highly secure facility that can only be accessed by senior personnel with prior authorisation.

 

About GCEN/GCS

GCEN/GCS provide identity checks and other services to Propiteer Limited. By proceeding with your registration, you consent to GCEN/GCS collecting and processing your personal data for these purposes. You can view GCEN/GCS’s privacy policy here.

 

Further Information 

GCEN/GCS is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Payment Services Regulations 2009, FRN 504346 and is a Money Services Business, regulated by HM Revenue & Customs (“HMRC”) under the Anti Money Laundering Regulations 2007 (12137189).

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