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“Invest­ment fraud” warning

We are cur­rently wit­nessing an increased number of “invest­ment fraud” attacks in Switzer­land. How can you pro­tect your­self against such attempts at invest­ment fraud?

Invest­ment fraud” scam tac­tics involve attacks serving to con­vince vic­tims to par­tic­i­pate in a fake invest­ment. To this end, fraud­sters promise to achieve an (unre­al­is­ti­cally) high yield to induce their vic­tims to remit money.

Invest­ments are pur­port­edly made into objects such as gold, real estate, crypto cur­rency and land. How­ever, any money you part with always ends up straight in fraud­sters’ pockets.

You can find out how such attacks are car­ried out and how you can pro­tect your­self in our new article on “Invest­ment fraud”.

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