Swiss Group Finance Corporation - BaFin warning

Swiss Group Finance ( pretends to offer investors excellent conditions to make money as quickly as safely by purchasing pre-IPO shares in the company. But everything at Swiss Group Finance is investment fraud. Everything the investor sees on his screen is deception. Not a cent has been invested. Nothing is traded on The money has landed in the pockets of investment scammers. Have you had the same experience? How do investors get their money back from dubious providers? What can investors do who have been defrauded by Swiss Group Finance? What help is available in case of investment fraud?



Swiss Group Finance: Untrustworthy and dubious statements on the website
What are surprised investors being presented with on "Swiss Group Finance - your chance to participate in the success of our group. Currently in an enormously attractive phase... SGF.Finance - Banking. Without limits. Open a personal or business checking account without complications." This is just a small sample of the suspect assurances prospective customers find on the Swiss Group Finance website. Not one of these full-bodied promises by Swiss Group Finance has been kept. Sadly, business conduct makes for bad experiences and unhappy investors!    


Swiss Group Finance: Who is behind it? 
Answering this question is likely to be rather difficult for most investors, as the Swiss Group Finance makers do everything they can to conceal the true circumstances. This is not unusual, because the perpetrators usually run several of these websites with the same fraudulent business model. They are produced in series, put online one after the other, and shut down just as quickly. In addition, the top-level domain is often changed to confuse financial regulators and law enforcement agencies. 


But who operates Swiss Group Finance?
There is no actionable information on the Swiss Group Finance website in this regard. At least the company Swiss Group Finance Corporation is listed with the address 401 Bay Street, M5H 2Y2, Toronto, CA, Canada, but the makers of Swiss Group Finance are not to be found there, as it is a letterbox company. In addition, the usual E-Mail address and the North American telephone number +1-918-5339763 can be found there. The Domain was registered on 19.12.2021 with Vautron computer center AG. On 11/23/2022 BaFin published a warning.


Swiss Group Finance: Scheme of investment fraud 
Investment fraud usually follows the well-known scheme: investors initially put in a small sum - usually, 250 euros - and are impressed by how quickly this amount increases, so much so that they are willing to "invest" higher and higher sums. The problems start every time investors want to have their money paid out, because then supposedly taxes, commissions, fees or whatever have to be paid first. Unfortunately, many investors realize much too late that they have fallen for investment fraud and that there was never any intention to pay out the money again.


Swiss Group Finance: What help is available in case of investment fraud? 
How to act in case of investment fraud, many aggrieved investors ask themselves, because filing a criminal complaint hardly makes sense, because criminal complaints mainly serve the purpose of criminal prosecution, but not the recovery of the money. What kind of help can one hope for in investment fraud cases and how do affected investors get their money back? The lawyer specializing in investment fraud knows how to follow the money trail because as they used to say, money is never gone, it's just somewhere else. In the present, this can be supplemented: It is difficult, but with the proper tools it is possible to systematically track money digitally - even if it was transferred with Bitcoin via a crypto exchanger.


RESCH Rechtsanwälte GmbH - Experience in investor protection since 1986
If you have been a victim of Swiss Group Finance Corporation 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.