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        • May 30, 2017
        • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness

        Investment scams or fraud can do some serious damage to your finances.  But there are some common tactics used by fraudsters that you can spot and avoid.

        Con artists tend to move fast when it comes to creating new pitches for the latest fraud. The most common frauds tend to fall into the following general schemes:

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        • Don’t believe anyone who claims that there is no  risk. There is always risk in investments, and no one but a con artist will tell you otherwise.
        • Beware of promises that you’ll make big profits fast.  No one can predict how an investment will perform.  Often the investments that promise the highest pay off often have the highest risk.
        • Get everything in writing.  Legitimate companies will be happy to give you all the information you need.
        • Don’t agree to anything on the spot.  Pressure to act immediately is a danger sign of fraud.
        • Don’t act on testimonials from strangers.  Someone who appears to want to share a friendly tip about a great investment opportunity may actually be a con artist trying to lure you into an investment scam.
        • Be especially wary of investments that promise rising prices of coins, precious metals, artwork, oil leases, gemstones and other commodities. The truth is that the value of these types of investments can go up or down significantly.
        • Be extra cautious about emails asking for money or offering investment opportunities.  Many unsolicited emails are fraudulent.
        • Take the time to check out investment offers.  A good place to start is with your state securities regulator.  Another resource is the federal Securities and Exchange Commission.

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