The New Rash Of Investor Rip-Offs… And How To Avoid Them

How to Spot (and Avoid) Investor Rip-Offs

  • Conduct thorough research about the company and/or any issuing personnel before investing
  • Never allow unlicensed individuals access to your IRA or brokerage account, nor agree to transfer funds from your account to a self-directed IRA or trading account owned by someone else.
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TheExitFirm 2 years ago Member's comment

As the saying goes, when a person with money meets a person with experience, the one with money walks away with experience and the ones with experience walks away with the money. The rip-off merchants take this to a new level.

Emma Davidson 2 years ago Member's comment

Lol, I hadn't actually heard that one before.