WHERE DID INVESTOR'S MONEY GO?
It is alleged that GPB Capital has inflated dealership values and profits, created fictitious contracts and made deals that benefited the heads of the investment fund rather than investors. The resignation of GPB’s auditors generated numerous questions about the veracity of the company’s financials. New allegations have arisen that GPB may have operated a Ponzi scheme. We do not know whether these allegations are true, but we do know how to conduct ourselves in these situations. We are currently working with agents and their investors in three recent cases, Woodbridge Group of Companies, 1 Global Capital & Future Income Payments, to maximize the return of over 600 clients’ investments. Accordingly, we have the knowledge to do the same thing with GPB.
WE CAN HELP!
Our firm has been at the forefront of major cases, such as Madoff, Stanford International Bank, and MF Global and has recovered money for thousands of creditors. We are currently involved in Sears, Toys R Us, and other large cases. We will:
Represent our clients in all aspects of pursuing recovery against GPB Capital and GPB Private Placements, including in the event, GPB is forced into a proceeding such as bankruptcy or receivership.
Provide constant communication with agents and investors regarding the investment recovery process.
Provide access to alternative third-party funding options for investors to monetize their investments.
File lawsuits on behalf of our clients to maximize the recovery of their investments.
Assess the value of participating or opting out of class action lawsuits.
If you are an investor with GPB Capital or any of its limited partner funds. Please contact us today by calling us at (646) 517-5420 x104 for a free consultation or by completing our contact form.
We are committed to fighting for the return of your capital.
Sarachek Law Firm, 101 Park Avenue, 27th Floor, NY, NY 10178
(646) 517-5420 Telephone (646) 869-4950 Fax