What about the S and the G in ESG?

It became a modern trend in the financial sector that each organization likes to provide sophisticated wordings about the importance of sustainable finance and the application of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria in their day to day business and asset allocation. Above all big banks and financial institutions heavily publish about their high ESG […]

Hong Kong – a great place for scammers!

Amid the COVID-19 pandemics dozens of millions of people are locked down in their home office or must apply social distancing rules. Hence, their social activities are limited to social media and messenger services. The perfect environment for financial fraud which is right now reaching new dimensions. Acting cross-border is definitely an important part of […]

EFRI`S UNITED AGAINST INVESTMENT FRAUD WEEK!

Only a very small number of victims of online investment fraud (including boiler room fraud, ponzi and pyramid schemes) report their fraud cases to the relevant authorities. With estimates ranging from only 5–10% of the actual victims reporting these crimes, for sure the dark figure of unreported investment fraud victims is gigantic. The reasons for […]

EFRI`s criminal complaint against B2G

When we started to collect the deposit slips of the many victims who registered with us, some registered and unregistered (illegal) payment service providers continuously kept showing up. One of these very often showing up illegal payment service provider was B2G GmbH, a German company owned and managed by Rainer Treuer and Oleg Shvartsman. B2G […]

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Cybercrime and scams are a pervasive threat in our networked digital world. Anyone can get caught. And every day, the threat grows. This is also because the authorities are still relatively helpless in the face of the cybercrime phenomenon. Together we can fight back. Together we can make our cyber society more secure.

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Anyone can be the victim of a scam. Scammers have the latest technology, a lot of money and often carry out their attacks based on demographic and psychological studies. Sometimes a brief inattention on a mobile phone is enough to fall into the trap. You have become a victim. But you don’t have to be a victim. One must not remain a victim. One can defend oneself.