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- Beware of Spoofed Websites Offering Phony Certificates of Deposit – Investor Alert October 23, 2019The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy (OIEA) is issuing this Investor Alert to warn investors about phony Certificates of Deposit (CDs) promoted through internet advertising and “spoofed” websites – websites that mimic the actual sites of legitimate financial institutions. Investors should be extremely cautious when purchasing CDs from sites found only through internet […]
- Don’t Buy Into an Investment Scam – Investor Alert October 10, 2019The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy (OIEA) and Retail Strategy Task Force (RSTF) urge investors to look for red flags of fraud before paying for investments by credit card or wire transfer.
- Don’t Fall for an Investment Scam – Investor Alert October 10, 2019The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy (OIEA) and Retail Strategy Task Force (RSTF) want Main Street investors to be aware of tactics fraudsters use to lure investors into scams. This Alert presents actual videos that defendants in SEC enforcement actions allegedly used as part of their investment frauds.
- Three Tips for World Investor Week 2019: Investor Bulletin October 1, 2019The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA), and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) are issuing this Investor Bulletin to highlight key messages from World Investor Week 2019, a global campaign to raise awareness about the importance of investor education and […]
- Watch Out for Scammers Posing as SEC Employees – Investor Alert September 19, 2019The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy is issuing this Investor Alert to warn investors that fraudsters sometimes pose as SEC employees. Do not send money, or personal information, to anyone claiming to be from the SEC without verifying their identity using the steps described in this Alert.
- Don’t be Fooled by Fraudsters Offering “Charitable” Investments -- Investor Alert September 17, 2019The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy (OIEA) warns investors not to fall for investment scams claiming to help charitable causes. Supporting a good cause while investing your money may sound like a win-win situation. But be aware that fraudsters may try to exploit your desire to help others by using charitable causes as […]
- Investor Bulletin: Seven Ways to Use Investor.gov September 3, 2019Investor.gov is the SEC’s website for Main Street investors, designed to help you better understand investing. Use the informative tools and resources on Investor.gov to make a plan, learn important questions to ask, and get tips to avoid investment fraud.
- Investor Bulletin: Indexed Annuities August 13, 2019The SEC's Office of Investor Education and Advocacy is issuing this bulletin to educate investors about indexed annuities. Indexed annuities are complex products. Investors should carefully read the indexed annuity contract, and any prospectus, before deciding whether to buy the annuity.
- Saving and Investing for Military Personnel July 18, 2019The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy is issuing this updated Investor Bulletin to help military personnel make informed savings and investing decisions and avoid common scams. Here are ten suggestions that can help you understand the basics and protect your hard-earned money.For more, check out Investor.gov/military.
- Investor Alert: Have Something in Common with Someone Selling an Investment? It May Make You a Target for Fraud. July 15, 2019The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy (OIEA) and the Division of Enforcement’s Retail Strategy Task Force warn investors not to make investment decisions based solely on common ties with someone recommending or selling the investment.
- Investor Bulletin: Questions to Ask when Hiring an Investment Professional June 27, 2019Before investing in stock or other securities, you may decide to seek the help of an investment professional. Selecting this investment professional is an important decision. This Investor Bulletin provides you with questions you should ask before hiring any investment professional.
- Updated Investor Bulletin: Regulation A May 24, 2019The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy is issuing this Investor Bulletin to educate investors about Regulation A. Regulation A is an exemption from registration under the Securities Act that allows companies to raise money from the public in securities offerings of up to $50 million.
- Investor Alert: Beware of Claims That the SEC Has Approved Offerings April 30, 2019The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy is issuing this Investor Alert to warn investors of misrepresentations about SEC “approvals” of offerings.
- Investor Alert: Watch Out for Fraudulent Digital Asset and “Crypto” Trading Websites April 24, 2019The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy (OIEA) and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s Office of Customer Education and Outreach (CFTC) warn investors to scrutinize investment opportunities through websites purporting to operate advisory and trading businesses related to digital assets. These websites often contain “red flags” of fraud including claims of high guaranteed returns […]
- Investor Bulletin: Social Sentiment Investing Tools —Think Twice Before Trading Based on Social Media April 3, 2019The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) are issuing this Investor Bulletin to inform investors about social sentiment investing tools and highlight their risks. This Bulletin provides tips to consider before using tools that analyze or aggregate information from social media sources to make investment decisions or […]
- Investor Bulletin: The Escheatment Process March 12, 2019The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy is issuing this Investor Bulletin to provide basic information about the escheatment process for investment accounts.
- Investor Bulletin: Trading Suspensions – What Happens When They End? March 4, 2019The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy is issuing this Investor Bulletin to answer some of the questions we receive from investors about what happens at the end of a trading suspension.
- Investor Bulletin: 10 Investment Tips for 2019 February 12, 2019Whether you are a first-time investor or have been investing for years, here are 10 tips from the SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy to help you in 2019.
- Updated Investor Bulletin: Accredited Investors January 31, 2019The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy is issuing this Investor Bulletin to educate individual investors about what it means to be an “accredited investor.”
- Investor Alert: Scammers May Try to Take Advantage of the California Wildfires November 29, 2018The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy is issuing this Investor Alert to warn investors, including individuals who may receive lump sum payouts from insurance companies and others as a result of damage from the California wildfires, about fraudulent investment scams.
- Beware of Spoofed Websites Offering Phony Certificates of Deposit – Investor Alert October 23, 2019
- Vermont EB-5 Scandal
- Quiros indictment sets stage for battle over state’s role in EB-5 fraud
- Criminal charges expected this week in Jay Peak EB-5 fraud
- Kingdom Con: Criminal charges filed in largest fraud in Vermont history
- Investors Claiming EB-5 Visa Fraud Fight With Centennial Bank to Get Money Back
- Palm House Hotel finally sells for $40M
- EB-5 developer in Palm Beach pleads guilty to money laundering and tax evasion charges
- Receiver sues Jay Peak EB-5 developer’s attorney and law firm over alleged misconduct
- Power Couple Pleads Guilty to Charges After Palm Beach EB-5 Visa Fraud
- Newport officials can only watch as charges filed in costly EB-5 scam
- EB-5’s WeChat wars
- SEC Renews EB-5 Investor Fraud Claims Against Chicago Atty
- Defamation Lawsuit Over $2.5B Times Square Project Pits Billion-Dollar EB-5 Fund Against 2 Feisty Critics
- Another Look: 90 Chinese Investors Get $49 Mln Back After EB-5 Visa Fraud Charges Settled
- EB-5 Investors Renew Visa Fraud Case Tied to Incomplete Fort Lauderdale Resort
- California Immigration Lawyer Indicted Over Allegedly Fraudulent EB-5 Visa Scheme
- Bill Kelly — Ariel Quiros’ behind-the-scenes man in the EB-5 fraud
EB-5 Whistleblower & Misc.
- How to Report EB-5 Visa Fraud and Earn an SEC Whistleblower Award
- CMB Exports, LLC
- Katz, Marshall & Banks
- Leonard N. Stern School of Business
- Gibbs Law Group
- The National Law Review
- Corporate Whistleblower Center
- EB-5 Regional Center Fraud: Who’s to Blame?
- Related Companies
- Lightstone Investments
- Whistleblower unmasked as partners battle over $14.7 million award
- How Can I Report an EB-5 Visa Fraud?
- the $500,000 Green Card
- WHISTLEBLOWER ATTORNEYS FOR EB-5 FRAUD
- EB-5 Visa Scandal Underscores the Critical Role Whistleblowers Play in Exposing EB-5 Fraud
- EB-5 Visa Fraud and Whistleblower
- SEC Charges Unregistered Sales of Securities Issued Under EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program
- Seyfarth Shaw
- BUY AN EB-5 REGIONAL CENTER TODAY!
- EB-5 visa
- Visa Program For Wealthy Investors Marred By Fraud
- Whistleblower News: EB-5 Fraud, Sutter Health False Claims
- EB-5 Industry Stakeholders Unveil Consensus Principles to Reform and Reauthorize the EB-5 Program
- USCIS Response to Independent Study of EB-5 Program
- Study of the Immigrant EB-5 Program
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EB-5 Fraud Alert
The EB 5 “Million Dollar” Green Card: Too Much Money; Too Much Fraud?
Rich immigrant investors hit mountain of fraud in Vermont resort project
EB5 PROGRAM FRAUD
Fraud and Waste in the EB-5 Visa Program.
The visa program leaving hopeful immigrants empty-handed
U.S. Attorney announces criminal charges in Vermont EB-5 fraud
EB-5 Selling Citizenship Since 1990 June 19 2018