Altim Group SA - Fraud with alleged Porsche shares

Altim Group SA implies that investors are provided with excellent opportunities to redeem both fast and safe money by buying pre-IPO Porsche shares. At Altim Group SA, it's all investment fraud. Not a penny has been invested. Nothing is traded on Everything the investor sees on his screen is fake. The money went straight into the pockets of the investment scammers. Can you report similar experiences? How does the investor get his money back from dubious providers? What help is there for investment fraud? What can investors do who have been defrauded by Altim Group SA?



Altim Group SA: Dubious information
You have noticed that the website makes a very professional impression. A direct approach, supposedly interesting offers as well as the reference to support by the employees, should lead to a convincing return on investment and profits. All this seems very convincing. As an unsuspecting investor, you are not in a position to realize that you are merely being played a game and that not a single cent of your money is being invested. All the money ends up right in the pockets of the perpetrators, who of course do not trade with the investors' money either. Everything is just staging and illusion.


Altim Group SA: Who is behind it?
The Altim Group SA website does not contain a revealing imprint, which is supposed to prevent the perpetrators from being too easy to identify. The domain data of the website also contains no indication of who once registered the site, only that the registration was made on March 30, 2022, with NameCheap, Inc. and that the real domain owners - quite expectedly for us - are hiding behind an Icelandic anonymization service called Withheld for Privacy ehf based in Reykjavik.


But who is the operator of Altim Group SA?
In addition to the obligatory support e-mail address, the potential investor is offered the contact telephone number +33 979998128 with a French country code, as well as +1 4152311495 with a US country code, which, however, does not allow any conclusions about the operators of the platform. The addresses are the French 11 Avenue Delcasse in the elegant 8th arrondissement of Paris, near the famous Avenue des Champs-Élysées, and the American 686 Sacramento Street in San Francisco, California. Both of these addresses are very well-sounding and well-located, but you will look in vain for the creators of an alleged Altim Group SA, there is no trace of them.


Altim Group SA: International searches
The worldwide search for Altim Group SA in the relevant registers leads to no results. The Altim Group SA shown here is a figment of imagination. There is an Altim Group Limited in the commercial register of the United Kingdom, but since this is a temporary employment agency and has no other connection to Altima Group SA, we can rule out a connection between the two companies. However, we are well aware of the signature of the group operating here. It is part of a large rip-off construct, whose backers are very well-known to us. With our research tools, our investigation team has succeeded in tracking down investment fraudsters.


Altim Group SA: Warnings from the supervisory authorities
Unsurprisingly, Altim Group SA has already come under the scrutiny of BaFin (German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority) for its business practices and questionable conduct. Thus issued already on 15.09.2022 the following warning: "Altim Group SA: BaFin investigates against the Altim Group SA because of the offer for the acquisition of alleged shares "of the Porsche AG" - the Altim Group SA turns on its initiative to German investors and offers the acquisition of alleged shares "of the Porsche AG". On the Internet, the society appears with its Website altim There, the company names business addresses in Paris/France, London/UK, Sacramento/USA, and Frankfurt am Main. BaFin points out that the provider is not licensed..."


Altim Group SA: Scheme of the investment fraud
The investment fraud continuously plays out according to the well-known scheme: investors initially put in a small sum - usually 250 euros - are impressed by how quickly this amount multiplies and are therefore willing to "invest" higher and higher sums. The trouble starts when investors want to have their money paid out because now they have to pay taxes, commissions, fees, or anything else. Unfortunately, much too late, many investors discover that they have fallen for investment fraud and that there was never any intention to pay out the money again.


Altim Group SA: What help is there for investment fraud?
What to do in case of investment fraud, many affected investors ask themselves, since filing a criminal complaint hardly makes sense, because criminal complaints are mainly used for criminal prosecution, not for recovering the money. What help is available for investment fraud and how do investors get their money back? A lawyer specializing in investment fraud knows how to track the money because as they used to say, money is never gone, but unfortunately somewhere else. Now you can add to that: It is challenging, but with the proper tools it is possible to systematically track money digitally - even if it was deposited with Bitcoin through a Crypto Exchanger.


RESCH Rechtsanwälte GmbH - Experience in investor protection since 1986
If you have been a victim of Altim Group SA and want to know if and how you can get your money back, call +49 30 885 9770 or fill out the questionnaire. You will receive a free assessment of your case.