Web fraud and Phishing

As one of the world’s largest alternative investment managers, Apollo manages capital for hundreds of fund investors in dozens of countries. Apollo has established a trusted brand. Unfortunately, unscrupulous people sometimes try to use the Apollo brand to scam and defraud others.

When communicating with Apollo online, please:

  • Confirm you are visiting or communicating with a website or email domain authorized by Apollo. The domains authorized by Apollo are listed below. No other website or email domains are authorized by Apollo.


    Apollo’s only authorized vendor websites are available at the below links. No other vendors or vendor websites are authorized by Apollo.

    Apollo Box
    Apollo LP Site
  • Apollo does not conduct job interviews or other firm business over online communication platforms, such as Google Hangouts.
  • Apollo currently does not communicate through direct messaging services on social media platforms,.

    Please also observe the following best practices:
  • Do not send e-mails or otherwise communicate with anyone with an address other than authorized Apollo e-mail addresses (see authorized domains listed above). Apollo does not permit our employees and authorized representatives to send or receive work related e-mails from personal accounts or any other address. If you are aware of suspicious or potential fraudulent activity when communicating through email, please contact abuse@apollo.com for assistance.
  • 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 Apollo.
  • Do not share your login information or password with anyone, including Apollo personnel. Giving anyone access to your accounts can put your information at risk. Apollo will never ask you for your login information or password except when allowing you to log in to an Apollo authorized site (if you forget your password or login ID, we will issue you new ones).
  • Be creative with your password. You should use a highly secure password for all your financial accounts. The strongest passwords combine letters, numbers and special characters. The longer the password, the better. Never use the name of a family member, pet or any other information that someone could easily obtain, such as your birth date, phone number or address. Remember to change your password regularly as an added security measure. Avoid reusing the same password for multiple websites.
  • Use an email provider that asks you to verify your identity in multiple steps. Sometimes this is referred to as multi-factor authentication, or two-factor authentication.

    For additional information on avoiding internet crimes, visit the FBI webpages on recent fraud and e-scams available at http://www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/fraud/internet_fraud and http://www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams, and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission webpage on fraud at http://investor.gov/investing-basics/avoiding-fraud.

    If you think you may have been a victim of internet crime, you may contact these government entities to file a complaint:
  • The FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), http://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx
  • The Federal Trade Commission, https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/
  • The U.S. Postal Service (for crimes involving U.S. Mail), https://postalinspectors.uspis.gov/contactus/filecomplaint.aspx
    Apollo is not responsible for the content of third-party links and provides links to these resources for your informational purposes only.
    If you have any questions about the security of any Apollo communication or have concerns about a suspicious purported Apollo website or e-mail communication, please contact us at abuse@apollo.com
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