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Wall Street Fraud Watchdog Urges High Net Worth Investors To Use Their Due Diligence Service To Avoid Loss Of A Life Savings To A Ponzi Scheme Or Bad Investment

(PRWEB) February 14, 2012

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog worries with T-bill, or bank CD yields so low, most investors are looking for a better return on their investment. Many of these investors know the person they are investing with, or a friend has told them about a too good to be true investment opportunity, or high yield investment product, or a great real estate deal. Unfortunately many of these too good to be true investment deals go the way of Bernie Madoff, and the investor ends up losing it all. When the group says, “losing it all,” they mean tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, or millions of dollars. Last week a concerned son called about a $700,000 investment his parents had made with a local church figure. The church pastor was promising a 15% return per quarter. There was one slight problem; when the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog caught up with the church pastor, he was not in Africa doing his investment magic, he was in Hawaii at a five star hotel, with someone other than his wife. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog’s due diligence service is all about protecting high net worth investors, senior citizens, or making sure investors know exactly what they are getting into, before they spend a dime. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog’s due diligence service is also all about making certain that a high net worth individual, a couple, or senior citizens are not on the verge of losing it all, in one more Ponzi scheme, or poorly executed investment scheme. Investors can call the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466. http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, “If a high net worth individual wants to bet small, maybe losing it all is not a big deal. However, last week we managed to save a high net worth family millions by blowing up a too good to be true real estate investment deal on Florida’s west coast. In this situation a real estate broker had a slick web site for investors, that made Florida’s west coast, and its home foreclosures sound like the place to be, and the numbers, and everything else looked great. There was just one slight problem. The bundle of Florida home foreclosures contained in the package, all contained toxic Chinese drywall, and in our humble estimation the homes needed to be bulldozed. This mentions nothing of the huge liability the investor, and the family would face, when at some point the long term exposure health issues related to Chinese drywall are known.” The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, “We do not like blowing up investment opportunities for investors. However, what is better, losing all of your money in a Ponzi scheme, or a poorly planned investment, or keeping your hard earned money? Before you go in big on any type of investment opportunity, or high yield investment product, please let us take a look, and make certain it is legitimate.” For more information investors can call the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466. http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, “In addition to too good to be true real estate deals, high yield investment opportunities, or business opportunities, investors need to be extremely cautious about high tech, or healthcare related startups.” http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

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