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Stock Market Fraud "Survivor" Checklist

Investor enthusiasm for the Internet has created tremendous financial opportunities in recent years for stock  market fraudsters! That's because they often use the Internet to lure innocent investors into their scams. But you can survive stock market fraud and avoid becoming a victim if you follow these steps before you invest:

Be Skeptical   When you see an offer on the Internet, consider it a scam until you can prove it's legitimate through your own independent research.

Consider the Source   Remember that the people touting a stock may be company insiders or paid promoters who stand to profit at your expense.

Independently Verify Claims   Don't rely solely on claims by companies or promoters about new product developments, lucrative contracts, or the company's financial health.

Beware of High Pressure Pitches   Watch out for promoters who pressure you to buy before you have an opportunity to fully research an offer

Research the Company   Always ask for and carefully read the company's prospectus and current financial statements.

Confirm Registration   Check the SEC's EDGAR database or your state securities regulator to make sure the company is properly registered or legally exempt from registration.

 

 

 

Investigate Before You Invest |Top Ten Questions To Help You Avoid Trouble | Avoiding Online Investment Scams:  Tips for Investors | Fraud In Cyberspace | Tips for Checking Out Online Newsletters: | Internet Fraud: Investor Tips | Choosing an Investment Professional | Cold Callers Must Follow Certain Rules | Portrait of a "Boiler Room" | Where the Frauds Are | Where the Frauds Are Part 2 | Fake Seals and Phony Numbers | Investor Alert | Tips for Avoiding Stock Scamson the Internet | Risky Business: "Pre-IPO" Investing | Avoiding Internet Investment Scams | Microcap Stock: A Guide for Investors | Trade Execution | Your Dollars at Risk | Tips for Online Investing | Questions asked about your Investments | Day Trading Ads: Cutting Through the "Bull" | Futures and Options: What You Should Know Before You Trade | Investment Risks | Invest Wisely: An Introduction to Mutual Funds | Variable Annuities: What You Should Know  FAQ On Bond Investing