Securities, Commodities and Investment
Securities Fraud covers a wide range of illegal activities, all of which involve the deception of investors or the manipulation of financial markets.
Investment Fraud also covers a wide range of illegal activities, all of which involve the deception of investors or the manipulation of financial markets. Scammers often try to make a new venture sound like a sure-fire money-maker, but investments always involve risk.
Resources for Victims
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)
The following links provide information about claims funds and restitution that investors may be eligible to receive. Please read the eligibility information carefully, as it is strictly followed in determining who may be entitled to remuneration.
When you invest, you have the right to the following ten rights.
How to contact your State Securities Regulator to file a complaint.
and Web Sites
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), a federal government agency, regulates the commodity futures, commodity options, foreign currency trading, and swapstrading markets.
The Investor.Gov web site from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission provides information about what can be done to prevent and identify fraudulent activities related to investing.
SPIC restores funds to investors with assets in the hands of bankrupt and otherwise financially troubled brokerage firms.
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