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Online Investment Fraud. It Can Happen To Anyone And Does.  Never Be Pressured To Buy.

What To Do, When You Suspect A Fraudulent Investment? Advice From A Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton Florida Private Investigator is NEVER be pressured by your Internet Romance Partner or others into buying into an investment.  Just Say No! Never send money unless you are confident about who you are dealing with and you fully understand the risks.

 

  Unfortunately millions of people fall victim to investment scams via a Internet romance every year to include experienced, educated investors who maybe dealing with a large sum of money.

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Online Investment Fraud And Online Dating.

Your Internet Romance Partner, scammers will always try to tempt you or other victims with fantastic deals and will often provide supporting information via a brochure, website or fake certificate of authenticity.

Some Warning Signs Of Online Investment Fraud.

 

Pump and Dump Schemes.

Pump and dump  schemes have two parts. In the first, promoters try to boost the price of a stock with false or misleading statements about the company. Once the stock price has been pumped up, fraudsters move on to the second part, where they seek to profit by selling their own holdings of the stock, dumping shares into the market.

These schemes often occur on the Internet where it is common to see messages urging readers to buy a stock quickly. Often, the promoters will claim to have "inside" information about a development that will be positive for the stock. After these fraudsters dump their shares and stop hyping the stock, the price typically falls, and investors lose their money.

Your Internet Romance Partner may pressure and utilize your romantic emotions. They will then insist that there is sense of urgency and only a very few individuals can enter this deal. They also stress and try to convince their online romance victims that they need to invest quickly.

If your Internet Romance Partner has an overseas accounts where both you investments and profits can grow without being overtaxed. Both today and in the past, this was a common indicator that the investment was fraudulent was when investors were instructed by the scammer to send money to accounts based overseas. Be on your guard.

At some point in Internet Romance Partner, will have an emergency which just occurred. Your love interest will states that a close family member - most like a child had an emergency. Your Internet Romance Partner or love interest will then ask you for ANOTHER investment OR LOAN. To show commitment to your relationship he/she will sign over their interest in the INITIAL - FAKE INVESTMENT. Thus you are being doubled scammed by your Internet Romantic Partner.

 

 

 

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Online Investment Newsletters.


While legitimate online newsletters may contain valuable information, others are tools for fraud.

Some companies pay online newsletters to "tout" or recommend their stocks. Touting isn't illegal as long as the newsletters disclose who paid them, how much they're getting paid, and the form of the payment, usually cash or stock. But fraudsters often lie about the payments they receive and their track records in recommending stocks.

Fraudulent promoters may claim to offer independent, unbiased recommendations in newsletters when they stand to profit from convincing others to buy or sell certain stocks. They may spread false information to promote worthless stocks. To learn more, read our tips for checking out newsletters.

Online Bulletin Boards.


Online bulletin boards are a way for investors to share information. While some messages may be true, many turn out to be bogus - or even scams. Fraudsters may use online discussions to pump up a company or pretend to reveal "inside" information about upcoming announcements, new products, or lucrative contracts.

You may never know for certain who you're dealing with, or whether they're credible, because many sites allow users to hide their identity behind multiple aliases. People claiming to be unbiased observers may actually be insiders, large shareholders, or paid promoters. One person can easily create the illusion of widespread interest in a small, thinly traded stock by posting numerous messages under various aliases.

Internet Fraud, Ways Investors Can Be Tricked Online:


Pump and Dump Schemes.


"Pump and dump" schemes have two parts. In the first, promoters try to boost the price of a stock with false or misleading statements about the company. Once the stock price has been pumped up, fraudsters move on to the second part, where they seek to profit by selling their own holdings of the stock, dumping shares into the market.

These schemes often occur on the Internet where it is common to see messages urging readers to buy a stock quickly. Often, the promoters will claim to have "inside" information about a development that will be positive for the stock. After these fraudsters dump their shares and stop hyping the stock, the price typically falls, and investors lose their money.

Pump and dump schemes typically involve little-known microcap companies.

Spam.


Spam - junk e-mail - often is used to promote bogus investment schemes or to spread false information about a company. With a bulk e-mail program, spammers can send personalized messages to millions of people at once for much less than the cost of cold calling or traditional mail.

Many scams, including advance fee frauds, use spam to reach potential victims.

 

 

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