Investment scams

Investment scams include Ponzi schemes, bogus financial advisers, and complex or fraudulent schemes that promise, but don’t deliver, big returns.

Sometimes, seminars or free lunches provide a front for this crime.  However, keep in mind that many legitimate investment marketing promotions use this approach.

You might even be conned by a new “friend” you meet at church or in other community groups who offers you a tip or opportunity to invest in a scheme.

The Cadiz Police Department says you shoule always seek professional advice from a trusted source before committing money to any scheme.

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