Web Fraud and Phishing Warning

Warning Regarding Web Fraud and Phishing

EUREKA is a leading global investment firm that manages multiple alternative asset classes, including private equity, energy, infrastructure, real estate and credit.
We are proud of our success. But an unfortunate consequence of our size and global reputation is the misuse of our name, brands and reputation by imposters and frauds publishing fake web sites and engaging in “phishing” scams seeking personal or confidential information.
When communicating with EUREKA Corporate Group through digital media, please:

– Confirm you are visiting a EUREKA authorized web site.

– Do not share your password and login ID with anyone, including anyone from EUREKA. Certain EUREKA on-line environments are private, available only to investors through secure log-in procedures.

– Apart from allowing you to use your password and log-in to enter an authorized site, EUREKA will never ask you for your password or log in information. (If you forget your password or login, we will issue you new ones.)

– Do not communicate or deal with personnel who are not affiliated with an authorized office. All authorized office locations are listed on our contact page. No other office locations are authorized offices of EUREKA Corporate Group.

– Do not send e-mails to anyone with an address other than authorized EUREKA Corporate Group e-mail addresses. EUREKA Corporate Group only uses the below listed domains for e-mail addresses. EUREKA Corporate Group does not permit our employees and authorized representatives to send or receive work related e-mails from personal accounts or any other address.


Imposters use the EUREKA Corporate Group name in furtherance of a variety of criminal activities. In particular, beware of scams purportedly affiliated with EUREKA that promise extraordinary returns on your investment at little to no risk. These no risk. These “high-yield investment programs” are frauds and are unfortunately quite common. For more information on high-yield investment programs and how to avoid them, visit the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission webpage at http://www.sec.gov/answers/highyild.htm.