Welcome to the Sanclaro Group’s website. No doubt you have come here because you have received a letter from us, so we have prepared this site for you to better understand who we are and what we do.
Most importantly, we realise that our letter has made you wonder if this is all a scam.
We can categorically tell you that our business is not a scam.
There are several ways in which scammers operate:
- They will ask you for money up-front in order for you to release some magical fund of millions of dollars that will come to you. We will never ask for money up-front. We receive a percentage of the funds that you do receive and we are paid only when you are paid out.
- They will ask you for your bank account details. We don’t ever want to know these details.
- They will ask you for passwords in order to transfer money to your account. Again, we don’t ever want to know these details.
- They are inevitably based overseas. We are proudly New Zealand based, owned and operated and are a New Zealand registered company.
We suggest that you take a look at the main New Zealand scam warning sites so you can see how scammers operate:
As you will see, from visiting these sites, our business does not operate in any way that is similar to any of the examples discussed on these sites. Rather, we operate in a transparent, open, ethical and honest way putting people and entitlements together.
Finally, if you are in doubt, then we suggest that you contact our lawyers listed on the Professional Advisors page and they will independently confirm that we are a legitimate business operating legally and ethically in New Zealand. As our letter to you explains, we do not handle client funds at any time. Rather, all funds due to our clients are banked and distributed to you directly by our lawyers and their transactions on your behalf are subject to strict audits by the New Zealand Law Society.
Once you have reassured yourself that we are very real, legitimate and New Zealand-based, we would encourage you to sign and return the documents we have sent you, provide the identity documentation requested in our letter, and make sure that all copies of identity documents have been certified as true copies by your solicitor or JP.