The following is an important online fraud and phishing warning by White Wolf Capital Group, Inc. (together with its subsidiaries and affiliates, collectively “White Wolf” or “WWC”).

When communicating with WWC through email or digital media, please note the following:

  • White Wolf’s only authorized website is While WWC owns several White Wolf related domains, no other website domain is authorized for email or website use. Beware of imposters and frauds publishing fake websites and engaging in “phishing” scams seeking personal or confidential information.
  • White Wolf’s Twitter page is:
  • White Wolf’s LinkedIn page is: Beware of posting fake job offers on legitimate websites such as LinkedIn. WWC will never ask you for sensitive personal information on any job posting.

Furthermore, no vendors are authorized by WWC to request or receive financial information through websites.

  • Do not share your password and login ID with anyone, including anyone from WWC. Certain WWC online environments are private, available only to investors through secure login procedures. 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 WWC.
  • Do not send e-mails to anyone with an address other than authorized WWC e-mail addresses ( WWC does not permit our employees and authorized representatives to send or receive work related e-mails from personal accounts like or; or conduct business over chat platforms such as Google Chat, WhatsApp, Signal or Skype. If you are, or become suspicious of potential fraudulent activity when communicating through email or chat platforms, please contact for assistance.
  • Imposters can use the WWC name in furtherance of a variety of criminal activities. Beware of scams purportedly affiliated with WWC that promise extraordinary returns on your investment at little to no risk. These “high-yield investment programs” are frauds. For more information on high-yield investment programs and how to avoid them, visit the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission webpage at
  • For more general guidance on avoiding internet crimes, visit the FBI webpages on common fraud schemes and recent e-scams at, and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission webpage on avoiding fraud at
  • If you think you have been the victim of internet crime, you may file a complaint with the following government entities:
  • The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3):
  • The Federal Trade Commission:
  • The U.S. Postal Service (for crimes involving U.S. Mail):

WWC provides links to these resources for informational purposes only and is not responsible for their content. If you have any questions about the above, the security of any WWC communication, or have concerns about a website or e-mail communication that you suspect may be fraudulent, please contact us at