GS Partners deactivates its website after several injunctions.

GS Partners reportedly took its website “” offline in mid-March 2024. This action comes as little surprise as the company and all of its subcontractors have been hit by regulatory fraud warnings and investigations.  The Swiss Valorem Bank website was deactivated at the beginning of January this year. 

Last November, the TSSB (Texas State Securities Board) issued an emergency cease and desist order against the two companies managed by Josip Heit, GSB Gold Standard Corporation and GS Partners.  

Despite the opportunity to appeal the order, Josip Heit has not done so. Reports suggest that he has so far only responded to the legal action taken against him in the state of Arizona. 
U.S investors have been banned from access since December.  

Injunctions and penalties have been imposed by the US states of Texas, Washington, Alabama, California, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Arkansas, New Hampshire, Arizona, Florida, Mississippi, Georgia, and Massachusetts, among others. 

In addition, there are warnings and investigations against GS Partners, G999, GS Trade and Swiss Valorem Bank, as well as against the founder Josip Heit, in several Canadian states (British Columbia, Quebec, Ontario, Alberta and Saskatchewan) and in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Germany. 
In addition, a cross-state investigation by the responsible market supervisory authority is currently underway in the U.S.A. 
Regardless of this, he continues to operate his dubious business models via various third parties and numerous subsidiary companies. 

We will stay tuned for you! 

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