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Protect Yourself From Internet Investment Fraud By Martin Peterson
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Exposes the scams and schemes designed by scam artists to take your hard-earned investment money using the Internet's world-wide reach. Scams are detailed with methods to reduce your risk of total... More > loss with these fraudulent hysters. This book will not MAKE money for you, but it will help you KEEP your money.< Less
Data Protection and Management Against Fraud By Emre Stava
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Technology is a good investment for every sector of the economy. Development and fast growth is now possible for each industry which integrates the latest in the market.
Tyler Texas Fraud Lawyers, TX By Brow Seoh
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Contact Us For A Free Consultation: http://texas.stockbroker-fraud.com/lawyer-attorney-1397704.html Tyler, the "Rose Capital of America", is the county seat of Smith County, Texas. Tyler... More > hosts the Texas Rose Festival annually every October and is also the home of the University of Texas, Tyler campus. Longview, Texas is located in Gregg and Harrison Counties. The major economic sector of Longview's economy covers the East Texas oilfields. Together, Longview and Tyler make up the major cities in the East Texas region. Kilgore, also located in East Texas, is the home of Kilgore College and is located in Gregg and Rusk Counties. Our team of attorneys and support staff assist individual and institutional clients in Tyler, Longview, Kilgore and their surrounding counties recover losses caused by the inappropriate actions of investment firms and their advisors.< Less
Political Connection and Financial Fraud in China By Peng Jinqian
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After more than 20 years of continuous development, China's securities market is gradually becoming mature from its immature state, and gradually perfecting its supervision from the lack of... More > supervisory measures, which has become an important component of China's national economy and has made significant contributions to boosting the growth of national economy. With the continuous improvement of economic level, the increasing strength of supervision, and the gradual enhancement of corporate governance, financial fraud has emerged in an endless stream among China’s listed companies during the development stages of market economy, the proportion of companies violating regulations is much higher than that in western developed countries, and the ratio of companies committing severe violations has shown an upward trend, which not only exert a serious impact on investors’ confidence in investing in China's capital market, but also hinder the healthy growth of capital market and listed companies.< Less
Red Flags of Frauds for Information Technology Investors By Mayur Joshi
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Red flags of the frauds which every investor should see before investing in IT companies
Managing the Business Risk of Fraud: A Practical Guide By Pamela Belt
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All organizations are subject to fraud risks. Large frauds have led to the downfall of entire organizations, massive investment losses, significant legal costs, incarceration of key individuals, and... More > erosion of confidence in capital markets. Publicized fraudulent behavior by key executives has negatively impacted the reputations, brands, and images of many organizations around the globe.< Less
Investing in Murder By E.J. Lister
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George Town, Grand Cayman Island: Amid the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, Cincinnati Delsol amassed a fortune investing dead people’s money. She then set sail to pursue... More > an enigmatic mission in South America, never reaching her destination; her Benetti Vision motor yacht with $650M aboard simply vanished. Chicago, USA: Jayson L. Riley lost his investment savings, his reputation, and his way of life. Now, he must solve the mystery behind the disappearance and the murder of four of his offshore-clients—all good-looking, wealthy young men—or lose the one thing he has left in life: a dream of freedom. While adversaries on two shores plan to arrest him on murder and fraud charges, clues to locating the yacht and the money slowly emerge. But two things stand in the way of his freedom: a sociopath and a psychopath…< Less
Most consumers face fraud attempts, poll finds, Newport International Group By maddu ngesca
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Most consumers face fraud attempts, poll finds Financial fraud is widespread in America, a new poll says, with more than 4 out of 5 respondents saying they’ve been targeted by scammers in one... More > form or another. Though most people don’t respond to bogus investment pitches, 11 percent have lost “significant” amounts of money in scams, according to the survey by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, a Wall Street industry watchdog. Elderly people are particularly vulnerable, FINRA said, both to being targeted and to falling prey and losing money.< Less
“They Probably Lied”: An anatomy of a real estate fraud and how to avoid becoming a victim By Jack Rudolph & Michael Huntley
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Jack Rudolph and Michael Huntley were chasing the American Dream for themselves and their families when they stumbled across a sixty-six-unit complex in Corpus Christi, Texas. It was known as the... More > Crestview Apartments, and even though it was listed at $1.73 million, it seemed to be a great deal as it not only boasted 95 percent occupancy but 95 percent paid occupancy. That should have been the first red flag, but the partners ultimately bought the complex from Daniel and June Feng, two Chinese immigrants who held the property in their LLC, Shanghai Investments. In this cautionary tale for real estate investors: • If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. • Always insist on more than one piece of verifiable income. • Do not enter into an agreement with a seller based exclusively upon his or her own self-generated financial statements, even if they are written in gold ink.< Less
“They Probably Lied”: An anatomy of a real estate fraud and how to avoid becoming a victim By Jack Rudolph & Michael Huntley
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Jack Rudolph and Michael Huntley were chasing the American Dream for themselves and their families when they stumbled across a sixty-six-unit complex in Corpus Christi, Texas. It was known as the... More > Crestview Apartments, and even though it was listed at $1.73 million, it seemed to be a great deal as it not only boasted 95 percent occupancy but 95 percent paid occupancy. That should have been the first red flag, but the partners ultimately bought the complex from Daniel and June Feng, two Chinese immigrants who held the property in their LLC, Shanghai Investments. In this cautionary tale for real estate investors: • If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. • Always insist on more than one piece of verifiable income. • Do not enter into an agreement with a seller based exclusively upon his or her own self-generated financial statements, even if they are written in gold ink.< Less

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