Phishing and Fraud Awareness

A List Group Holdings is a leading global alternative asset manager. Cybercriminals frequently attempt to take advantage of ALGH’s reputation to engage in phishing and fraud activities, through which victims are tricked into thinking that they are dealing with trusted ALGH personnel, including through websites, texts, emails, mailings, telephone calls, social media, and other communication platforms. These fraudulent tactics are continuously evolving and usually involve using false pretenses to convince a victim to share personal information. Many of these attacks take the form of “phishing,” a practice where a cybercriminal attempts to obtain your confidential personal information, such as your social security number, account/financial information, and usernames/passwords.

Below is general information on how to recognize and avoid common schemes:

Vishing, or telephone phishing, involves a cybercriminal calling you on the phone, pretending to be a company representative. The visher will say there is an urgent problem that will cause you financial harm, and their solution will involve you providing your personal information.

Job Offer/Social Media Scams:

Scammers may pose as a company on a website or social media account, and may target job seekers through posts and paid advertisements. Imposters may also send fraudulent emails purporting to offer employment at ALGH and misusing the official ALGH logo. These emails do not originate from ALGH or any of our affiliates. The only social media accounts authorized by ALGH are: Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn.

Mobile Device App Scams:

Scammers may steal personal information by creating mobile device apps which purport to be an official ALGH app, including a fraudulent mobile device app using A List Group Holdings logo. The scammers solicit investments into non-existent managed funds and are not in any way affiliated with ALGH.

Bank Transfer Scams:

Scammers may contact you, usually by phone but potentially by other means, presenting an urgent and false story that requires you to transfer money into or out of your bank account. Scammers purporting to be ALGH may also promise extraordinary returns on your investment at little to no risk.

Investment Scams:

Scammers may contact you offering “high-yield” and similar investments through ALGH. These “high-yield investment programs” typically are frauds. For more information on high-yield investment programs and how to avoid them, visit the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission webpage.

Best Practices:

Confirm you are visiting an ALGH authorized site or communicating with an account authorized by ALGH. The email domains and websites authorized by ALGH are:; No other website or email domains are authorized by ALGH. Please contact us at if you have questions about the legitimacy of a website, app, or communication.

Read email carefully:

Pay close attention to the details of your emails. Pay attention to things such as typos, unfamiliar links, attachments, and any other awkward or urgent language. Do not click on any links in the email that appear suspicious or enter any of your bank [or personal] information.

Do not share password or login information:

Certain A List Group Holdings websites are private, available only to clients through secure log-in procedures. Apart from allowing you to use your password and log-in to enter an authorized website, A List Group Holdings will never ask you for your login information or password. This is one of the known factors for phishing and fraud awareness activities.

Avoid suspicious downloads:

Be sure to double-check the sources and validity of content and apps that you’re downloading while online and always avoid suspicious pop-up ads.

Be skeptical of unsolicited emails, text messages or phone calls:

You should be suspicious of emails, texts or phone calls coming from phishing and fraud senders and unfamiliar organizations, especially if personal information is requested.

Be suspicious of phone calls asking for personal information:

Often callers will impersonate your bank, a familiar company like A List Group Holdings, or a government organization. Do not provide personal information, such as your bank information or credit card number, to these callers. If you think the call might be legitimate, hang up, separately look up the organization’s official contact information online and call them.

Be skeptical of changes to wire or payment instructions:

If this happens, you should hang up, separately look up the official contact information of the organization requesting payment, and call them to verify. A List Group Holdings will never ask you to solicit payment of funds or wiring of funds over the phone.

Be skeptical of job offers made through social media:

A List Group Holdings does not hire from social media or conduct interviews via text or messaging services, nor will A List Group Holdings request payment in connection with the hiring process. All openings at A List Group Holdings can be found on our website at the careers page section.

How to Report Phishing and Fraud Activities:

If you think you may have been a victim of internet crime or are aware of potentially phishing and fraud awareness activity, please contact your local authorities and consider also filing a report with these government entities:

  • The FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3).
  • The Federal Trade Commission.
  • The U.S. Postal Service. (for crimes involving U.S. Mail)

For more general guidance on avoiding internet crimes, visit the FBI webpages on common fraud schemes and recent e-scams at and , and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission webpage on avoiding fraud at

A List Group Holdings is not responsible for the content of third-party links and provides links to these resources for your informational purposes only.

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