Fraud (Scam) Prevention Resources

We are not necessarily in the fraud prevention business – but in a wider sense, we believe that a better informed middle class is one less vulnerable to the fraud artists out there. Also, because our approach to solving middle class financial challenges is unorthodox, we expect that some people may be tempted to think of our efforts as a scam.

We hope that visitors to this website would be able to test the overall tone and feel of our message, processes and practices against some of the resources we have provided below so they can be better positioned to make independent, informed decisions about using our services or otherwise.

Some of the resources (e.g. government regulatory agencies) provided on these links are country specific – if you investigate, your country also probably has a similar regulatory agency. Furthermore, some of the red flags highlighted can be adapted to other situations beyond the securities industry and can help you to stay on guard. Scam artists are constantly adapting/updating their methods and the investors need to equally remain on their toes to avoid being outsmarted.

Wake Up Call For Investors

Top 10 Myths About Financial Advisors

The Two Faces of Wall Street

Bad Financial Advice is a Scam

The Hot Product Investment Scam

Why Pay Fees for Financial Advice?

Financial Advisors Are Fiduciaries – So What?

The Anatomy of a Ponzi Scheme

Wall Street’s Dirtiest Secret

Who Are The Best Financial Advisors?

Can Government Regulators Protect You?

Seven Critical Questions for Financial Advisors

Financial Advisor Due Diligence

Ignorance & Apathy Are Investors’ Twin Demons

Five Tips for Avoiding Investment Scams

Protect Your Money

Investment Fraud on the Internet

Know The Red Flags of Fraud

Avoiding Fraud

Investment & Securities Fraud