INEOS does not conduct business through unsolicited emails, phone calls or messages and will never request funds or your personal or business information. The shareholders of INEOS do not generally invest in any third-party companies.
Please beware of investment fraud. Here are some things to watch out for.
INVESTMENT FRAUD INVOLVES THE OFFER OF FAKE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Fraudsters may approach you offering investment in your business or venture. The aim is to obtain money (through onboarding, due diligence or other fees), confidential information or personal details.
FRAUDSTERS MAY IMPERSONATE INEOS AND ITS SHAREHOLDERS
Fraudsters may use the INEOS name, or the names of the shareholders of INEOS, to lend legitimacy to their claims. They may also hold themselves out as agents or representatives of INEOS or the INEOS shareholders.
WHAT TO DO
If you receive any unexpected communication supposedly from INEOS or a shareholder of INEOS, please exercise caution and do not share any personal or business information or transfer any funds.