Investment fraud is on the rise, not due to the economy but rather the unscrupulous individuals who talk a good talk. Before you invest your life savings, give a stranger a large amount of money up front for a “sure thing” it will pay for you to dig around and research the company and the individual. If you find yourself in a pickle and your money has been taken fraudulently you may want the help of an attorney. Additionally, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission also has information to help individuals avoid fraud. To view click on their link: http://www.sec.gov/investor/pubs/avoidfraud.htm
Keep in mind that today’s fraud is not limited to large amount of money. With technology today, becoming a statistic is more of a reality then we care to believe. In the last 30-days, three individuals working at a restaurant in Port Richey were arrested for credit card fraud. One of the waitress’s used a scanning device to steal the personal information from the magnetic strip on the credit cards, then conspired with her cousin to make fake credit cards to use in establishments. You should review your statements and receipts carefully to avoid being a victim.
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