Investors Need to Watch Out for Paid-to-Click Fraud

Investors Beware: Paid-to-Click Fraud There’s a new online scam targeting investors. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued an alert to investors to watch out for Paid-to-Click (PTC) fraud. PTC scams involve fraudsters duping investors out of money for purchasing online advertisements. With Paid-to-Click fraud, investors are targeted by scammers who promise a share … Continue reading Investors Need to Watch Out for Paid-to-Click Fraud »

What Investors Should Know About Customer Advisory Centers

Customer Advisory Centers vs. Call Centers Although they sound similar, customer advisory centers differ from call centers in several important ways. Securities firms and investment broker-dealers typically rely on call centers to handle basic customer service issues and administrative functions. They do not provide investment or trading advice, nor do they earn commissions on trades … Continue reading What Investors Should Know About Customer Advisory Centers »

Do you need a Florida investment fraud attorney? Contact us today!

Even the most careful and diligent investors can get stuck in an investment fraud scheme without an investment fraud attorney. Florida residents who have been victimized by an investment fraud scheme (i.e., a Ponzi scheme, stock portfolio loss, negligence on the part of your stockbroker or financial adviser) will need a Florida investment fraud attorney, … Continue reading Do you need a Florida investment fraud attorney? Contact us today! »

A Florida Investment Fraud Attorney Can Help If You Have Been the Victim of a Pump and Dump Scheme

A pump and dump scheme is a form of investment fraud where people artificially inflate the price of stock they own, and once it has reached a certain price they will sell it before the price goes down again.  The perpetrators of such a scheme raise the stock price by creating synthetic hype around the stock. … Continue reading A Florida Investment Fraud Attorney Can Help If You Have Been the Victim of a Pump and Dump Scheme »