We have been made aware of an investment scam currently in circulation from a fraudulent firm claiming to be Goldaman Sachs.
This scam involves investors being targeted by individuals claiming to be representatives of Goldman Sachs, with emails coming from an inactive domain name of goldmansachs-uk.com. Investors are invited to purchase what looks like secondary market corporate bonds issued by big name banks, but offering unrealistic coupons of around 11-12%. Investors are encouraged to buy now or miss out, by being told the offer has been made available to them only because a previous client didn't complete the purchase on time, and that they have until tomorrow to make a decision before the allocation will be made available to the next potential investor. Goldman Sachs have been made aware of the scam.
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