Learn How You Can Recognize And Avoid Investment Fraud Before You Become The Next Victim.
Every year investors just like you lose hundreds of millions of dollars to investment fraud. Con artists scam the rich, the poor, the naïve, and the experienced. Investment fraud steals from widows, young couples, senior citizens, and highly paid professionals. If you have money and are willing to invest then you are a potential target for investment fraud.
“It’s not the return on my principal that worries me; it’s the return of my principal.”
Investment fraud preys on financial ignorance, and the antidote to ignorance is education. The front line of defense against investment fraud is your own due diligence and skepticism when evaluating investments. Educate yourself on how to avoid investment fraud with the following articles:
16 Investment Frauds You Must Avoid: The many faces of investment fraud – exposed.
Top 26 Warning Signs of Investment Fraud: How to uncover even the best disguised investment fraud before it costs you money.
Investment Fraud Prevention – A Due Diligence Checklist: Reveals the crucial questions you must ask to strike fear into a con-artist and cause him to search elsewhere for less educated prey.
Stock Broker Fraud: Learn the 11 tell-tale signs of stock broker fraud and what you can do to protect yourself.
Are You Vulnerable To Investment Fraud? Take This Test… Discover which personal traits increase the likelihood that you will succumb to investment fraud. Take this test to find out how you measure up.
How Wall Street Legally Sidesteps Investment Fraud and Deceives You: What you don’t know and never see can hurt you. Learn some of Wall Street’s dirty little secrets that are still legal but should be investment fraud.
Variable Annuity Investment Fraud: Exposes the truth hiding behind the variable annuity salesman’s hype so that you can decide if it is an appropriate investment for you.
Investment Fraud Victim? How To Get Help: Learn the do’s and don’ts that you must follow when investment fraud strikes to increases the chances of a financial recover.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
We are not alarmists at Financial Mentor. Most investments are legitimate, and the majority of registered investment salespeople are honest. However, you are almost certain to be confronted with investment fraud at some point in your investment career. That is why you must learn the rules of investment fraud before becoming its next victim. Forewarned is forearmed.