GSPartners has disabled its website.

Attempts to visit GSPartners’ previously accessible website at “” now returns a “domain parked” message:

DNS records reveal GSPartners disabled its website on March 13th. The current status of GSPartners’ domain is “ok”, which ICANN states is “the standard status for a domain”.

GSPartners disabling its website follows over a dozen regulatory fraud warnings against it and owner Josip Heit (right).

  1. Texas described GSPartners as “various fraudulent investment schemes that are threatening immediate and irreparable harm”
  2. Washington described GSPartners’ MLM business as “fraudulent activity”
  3. Alabama claims GSPartners was “evading Alabama laws and making guarantees that are unrealistic”
  4. California described GSPartners as a “fraudulent crypto investment scheme”
  5. Kentucky asserted GSPartners “acted as an unregistered issuer of unregistered securities through its publicly available websites”
  6. Wisconsin described GSPartners as a “global fraud scheme”
  7. Arkansas claimed GSPartners is “perpetrating numerous fraudulent investment schemes that are threatening immediate and irreparable harm to investors”
  8. New Hampshire accused GSPartners of “fraud and deception”
  9. Arizona determined GSPartners’ threat to “public welfare requires immediate action” and
  10. Florida’s undercover investigation into GSPartners revealed “unlawful activities
  11. Mississippi described GSPartners’ Ponzi scheme as the “offering and selling fraudulent (of) certificates tied to digital assets”
  12. Georgia fined GSPartners, Josip Heit and Michael Dalcoe $500,000 for securities fraud
  13. Massachusetts’ Attorney General’s Office counted GSPartners in a list of “crypto scams”

An ongoing federal investigation into GSPartners and Heit is also underway.

Outside of the US, six Canadian provinces have issued GSPartners fraud warnings (British Columbia,  Ontario, Alberta (G999  GSTrade and GSPartners), Quebec and Saskatchewan), along with South AfricaAustralia and New Zealand.

After the Canadian fraud warnings, an attempt to rebrand GSPartners as Swiss Valorem Bank was initiated in May 2023. For reasons that haven’t been made public, the rebranding was quickly dropped.

Swiss Valorem Bank’s website was disabled on or around January 3rd, 2024.

GSPartners itself collapsed in December 2023. An attempt to reboot as GSPro flopped, prompting a suspected third reboot attempt as Billionico.