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Fraud alerts

Current security and fraud alerts

Julius Baer would like to alert its clients and members of the public to the below schemes likely being fraudulent which to our knowledge are involving and misusing the name of Julius Baer, through means such as fake websites, (social media) profiles and/or e-mail domains. Julius Baer strongly recommends not to interact through such channels for any communication or dealings in any case and in particular not with Julius Baer. This website is being updated on a regular basis to reflect such suspicious and fraudulent schemes brought to our attention but does not claim to be comprehensive or complete.

Websites, profiles or e-mail domains not associated with Julius Baer

  • realjuliusbaer.com
  • therealljuliusbaer.com
  • theofficialjuliusbaer.com
  • officialjuliusbaer.com
  • juliusbaercu.com
  • ejuliusbaer.online
  • 148.251.7.135:50061
  • 162.55.3.76:50061

Vision / Azur / Flow / Ultim (Luxemburg / France)

Julius Baer warns potential investors of a fraud scheme in which the name of the Bank and some of its employees and management bodies are being misused. The fraudsters contact people via telephone or e-mail in order to offer them a fake investment product named “Vision”, “Azur”, “Flow”, or “Ultim”. These products are neither offered, authorized, approved nor allowed by Julius Baer.

Julius Baer Sweden

Please be aware that a group of fraudsters currently presents themselves as Julius Baer employees working for an alleged Swedish subsidiary of Julius Baer. We want to inform the public that we do not have a physical presence in Sweden.

Bond Comparison Searches (United Kingdom)

Julius Baer wants to inform the public about an industry-wide scam relating to bond comparison searches, where searching individuals are then encouraged to open an account with a group of fraudsters pretending to be the Julius Baer Group.