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SEC Issues Investor Alert: Five Red Flags of Investment Fraud

SEC Issues Investor Alert: Five Red Flags of Investment Fraud

SEC Issues Investor Alert: Five Red Flags of Investment Fraud 150 150 Rex Securities Law

June 15, 2015

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Office of Investor Education issued an Investor Alert pointing out the Five Red Flags of Investment Fraud:

  • Promises of High Returns with Little or No Risk-if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
  • Unregistered Individuals -always check to make sure the person selling the investment is registered and licensed.
  • Red Flags in the Financial Professional’s Background-check the background by looking at the FINRA BrokerCheck site, SEC and state regulator records.
  • Pressure to Buy Quickly-if you are being pressured to act quickly, you should stop and take a closer look.
  • Free Meals-be wary of the ‘free lunch’.

To read the Investor Alert in its entirety, follow this.

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