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Making The Right Decisions. What You Can Do to Avoid Investment Fraud, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton Private Investigators.   Research before you invest. Unsolicited emails, message board postings, and company news releases should never be used as the sole basis for your investment decisions. Understand a company's business and its products or services before investing. Look for the company's financial statements on the SEC's EDGAR filing system. You can also check out many investments by contacting our agency. 

What You Can Do to Avoid Investment Fraud.

 

 Avoid Investment Fraud.

Spend some time checking out the person touting the investment before you invest - even if you already know the person socially. Always find out whether the securities salespeople who contact you are licensed to sell securities in your state and whether they or their firms have had run-ins with regulators or other investors.

You can check out the disciplinary history of brokers and advisers for free using the SEC's and FINRA's online databases. Your state securities regulator may have additional information.

Be especially careful if you receive an unsolicited pitch to invest in a company, or see it praised online, but can't find current financial information about it from independent sources. It could be a "pump and dump" scheme.

Be wary if someone recommends foreign or "off-shore" investments. If something goes wrong, it's harder to find out what happened and to locate money sent abroad.

Online and social marketing sites offer a wealth of opportunity for fraudsters. For tips on how to protect yourself online check social media reviews of investment or investors. 

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Types Of Investment Fraud:

How do successful, financially intelligent people fall prey to investment fraud?

Researchers have found that investment fraudsters hit their targets with an array of persuasion techniques that are tailored to the victim's psychological profile. Here are red flags to look for:

Most fraudsters spend a lot of time trying to convince investors that extremely high returns are guaranteed or can't miss. They try to plant an image in your head of what your life will be like when you are rich. Don't believe it.
Types Of Investment Fraud:

Guaranteed Returns. Every investment carries some degree of risk, which is reflected in the rate of return you can expect to receive. If your money is perfectly safe, you'll most likely get a low return. High returns entail high risks, possibly including a total loss on the investments.

Beware the halo effect. Investors can be blinded by a "halo" effect when a con artist comes across as likeable or trustworthy. Credibility can be faked. Check out actual qualifications.

Sounds To Good.

If it sounds too good to be true, it is. Watch for phantom riches. Compare promised yields with current returns on well-know stock indexes.

Any investment opportunity that claims you'll receive substantially more could be highly risky - and that means you might lose money. Be careful of claims that an investment will make incredible gains, is a breakout stock pick or has huge upside and almost no risk! Claims like these are hallmarks of extreme risk or outright fraud.
Everyone Is Buying.

Everyone is buying it. Watch out for pitches that stress how "everyone is investing in this, so you should, too." Think about whether you are interested in the product. If a sales presentation focuses on how many others have bought the product, this could be a red flag.

Pressure to send money RIGHT NOW. Scam artists often tell their victims that this is a once-in-a-lifetime offer and it will be gone tomorrow. But resist the pressure to invest quickly and take the time you need to investigate before sending money.
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