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JFSC Warning - Mimecast [and others] unsubscribe JFSC Sanctions alerts.


The JFSC has issued a statement:-

  • We have been made aware of an issue where recipients of our sanctions’ updates may have unintentionally unsubscribed due to email security software (e.g. Mimecast) activating the unsubscribe link.
  • As it is a requirement for all supervised persons to sign up for our sanctions’ alerts, we wanted to make sure your subscribe/unsubscribe status was correct.
  • If your email security software has incorrectly unsubscribed you from the JFSC sanctions mailing list, you can resubscribe here:
  • To ensure you remain subscribed, please ask your IT team to add us to your trusted list of safe senders, often referred to as an email whitelist.

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Further to the warning above Comsure suggest as a backup:-  

And you also sign up to the Jersey Gazette

Also for your board meetings [or other AML meetings] in your reporting packs you can print off a succinct list of updates as shown in the extract below


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