Wall Street Fraud Watchdog Helps Prevent EB-5 Visa Investors From Throwing Their Money Away with Investment Specific Due Diligence and Assistance Finding the Most Skilled Lawyers
/PRNewswire/ — The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog urges persons in China, Eastern Europe, the Middle East or South/Central America who would like to take advantage of the US government’s EB-5 Visa program to call 866-714-6466 before they start throwing money at attorneys and or ‘Regional Center’ investment opportunities.
WASHINGTON, March 9, 2017 Their biggest concern is a person or family like this will overpay for legal services or worse throw their money away on an investment that is over-priced, poorly planned, or it is little more than a scheme to steal the investor’s money.
The Watchdog’s fees are extremely reasonable and their due diligence service is market/area and investment specific with a huge emphasis on honesty. Additionally, as part of their service they will do their best to ensure a EB-5 Visa applicant/investor is dealing directly with some of the most skilled and experienced lawyers EB-5 attorneys in the US-who do not overcharge their clients. http://
Recently, the Watchdog spoke with a South American business person who was on the verge of spending $40K US on a US based law firm-just for his initial application along with what would have been a significant investment in an apartment REIT in Southern California-plus additional back end legal fees that would have been another$40K. The group told the potential EB-5 Visa applicant very bluntly that in their opinion the law firm’s fee were excessive.
Adding insult to potential injury the new apartment building in Southern California that had been promoted by a regional center had virtually no tenants-after being available for occupancy for three months. The apartment markets in much of Southern California are overbuilt, and the last thing the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog wants to see happen is a EB-5 Visa applicant/investor wasting their money on an investment that will not produce a return for a very long time-or ever.
One of the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog‘s big worries about the USCIS EB-5 Visa program is that international law firms in China, Central America, the Middle East or in Europe could be more interested in fee generation for the firm than a high quality outcome for the EB-5 Visa applicant. At the same time-they are not confident an international law firm would be very accurate when it comes to solid investment advice related to a satisfactory investment for the applicant, or a regional center that has a make sense investment for the applicant. Their initiativ
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For a news article related to a financial opportunity that involved dozens of Chinese investors participating in a EB-5 Visa application/investment, please review an updated news story on ongoing litigation: https://vtdigger.
For a news article related to EB-5 Visa applicants from the Middle East, please refer to the recent CNN news article:http://money.cnn.com/
For another recent story about Chinese investors wishing to get a EB-5 Visa, please refer to the following NBC news story from January 2017. http://www.nbcnews.com/
Wall Street Fraud Watchdog Now Urges Congress to Amend the IRS Tax Rules That Prevent an Investor from Getting a Full Deduction After a Stock Loss – As Opposed to Just $3000 Per Year
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is urging the US Congress to amend ridiculous IRS tax codes that prevent an investor from writing off a major stock loss in the same tax year the loss occurred. As it stands right now the most the investor can write off is $3000 per year. If the stock loss was $30,000 the investor would have to wait ten years to fully write off the loss. However, if the investor has a significant short term gain in the stock market the IRS will expect the investor to pay the full tax in the same tax year the short-term gain occurred.
It would seem like every time Republican members of Congress are up for re-election they suggest they want lower taxes, or a simplification of tax codes-and it never happens. The ridiculous IRS maximum $3000 short term tax loss rule would a great place to start. http://
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, “Current House Speaker Ryan talks about lowering taxes and or tax simplification all of the time as do many of his Republican colleagues. Tax law should be simple, and filing out an IRS tax return should not require a rocket scientist from MIT to fill out the form or forms. The $64,000 question for us is at what point does the Republican held Congress deliver on their promises?
“We are advocates for investors in the stock market and we are urging House Speaker Ryan and his colleagues to get in place a modification of the current IRS rule that forces a small investor to only write off $3000 of a stock loss each year. Tax laws should be fair. To repeat-how is it fair that if an investor has a significant short term capital gain the IRS is on the spot looking for their money-down to the last cent? However, if a small investor gets a haircut with a significant stock loss he or she gets stuck with the IRS’s $3000 maximum deduction each year.http://
Wall Street Fraud Watchdog Now Offers Investors Considering Participation in an EB-5 Visa Investment to Please Call Them Before They Invest a Dime – Unsurpassed Due Diligence Services
WASHINGTON, Feb. 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, “We are urging investors on the verge of investing in a business or pooling money via Regional Center with the goal of qualifying of the US EB-5 Visa Program to call us first anytime at 866-714-6466 before they invest a dime.”
“We are especially focused on assisting investors from China, Russia, or South/Central America. The last thing we want to see happen to an investor wishing to qualify for the EB-5 Visa program is for them to lose their money, or to invest in something like a business that would be a difficult proposition for a US investor to take over-let alone someone not from the US.” http://
The Center believes the EB-5 Visa program can be a win for an investor wishing to obtain a US Visa-but they think the investor needs an unbiased second opinion to ensure they are not about to get a US Visa-but in the process-lose all or a good portion of their investment.
“There is another issue that must be addressed and that is US developers paying off Chinese, Russian or South/Central American middlemen to steer EB-5 Visa investors to a specific Regional Center and a specific project. While it may be illegal in the US for a business person to bribe, or pay-off a foreign official-hardly anyone in the US ever gets charged with such a crime. Before you invest in a business or a regional center’s business/investment opportunities please call us at 866-714-6466 and allow us to make certain you are not about to through your money away.” http://
What is a Regional Center when it comes to the EB-5 Visa program? Regional Centers typically pool multiple investments into their projects, which allows EB-5 investors to invest in larger scale and potentially more financially stable businesses or projects.
For a map of recent fraud cases involving the EB-5 Visa program please refer to the following website:http://cis.org/EB5-
For a recent Los Angeles Times story related to a specific issue related to Chinese investors allegedly being bilked please review the following article: http://www.latimes.
Wall Street Fraud Watchdog Urges Investors Who Have Suffered Huge Losses in Oil Stocks to Call Them About Possible Recovery of Their Money – The Practice Is Called Concentration
WASHINGTON, Jan. 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is urging high net worth individuals who have suffered substantial losses because their stock broker or investment advisor parked most of their portfolio in oil stocks in 2015 to call them anytime at 866-714-6466 for a possible strategy to recover their money. The practice of putting all of a person’s stock portfolio is called ‘concentration’ and it is like putting all of your investment eggs in one basket.
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, “A year ago we drove from Fort Worth, Texas to Odessa, Texas.” We discovered almost every freeway exit had new motels, or fast food chain restaurants under construction because of the oil boom and fracking. The distance between Fort Worth andOdessa is over 300 miles. We had just seen the same in Ohio, and Pennsylvania.
“Stock brokers or investment advisors talked many high net worth individuals into the notion that the US oil boom would never end and sold their clients a bill of goods in our opinion. As a result of this poor advice many high net worth US Investor put much of their investment portfolio into oil stocks, and much of their principal has now been flushed down the tube.”
If you are a high net worth individual and you have suffered huge losses because your investment advisor or stock broker sold you a bill of goods with supposedly super safe oil stocks in 2015 please call us at 866-714-6466 and we will suggest lawyers who might be able to assist you in getting your money back.” http://
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog believes investing in oil stocks in 2015 was a very, very risky investment not only because of the abundance of US oil reserves that seemingly were increasing with each passing month, but perhaps more importantly because the Obama Administration was going to give away the farm on the Iranian nuclear weapon negotiations. The Obama Administration’s Iranian free pass gave the Saudi’s no other good options except to pump oil to lower global oil prices. By decreasing global oil prices the Saudi’s devastated Iran’s economy, and the economy of Iran’s main sponsor Russia. Frackers in Texas, Ohio, Wyoming, and North Dakota are now laying off workers, and US oil stocks have tanked. “Did anyone on Wall Street see this coming, or were the brokers and investment advisors making too much money to pay attention?” http://money.cnn.
The Watchdog says, “If an investor suffered losses in excess of $100,000 in 2015, or in 2016 because their investment portfolio had a concentration in oil stocks we are urging them to call us at 866-714-6466, if their investment advisor or stock broker did nothing to protect them. Concentrations in oil stocks in 2015 was never a good bet and a stock broker, or investment advisor should have been more proactive when it came to protecting their clients.”http://
Wall Street Fraud Watchdog Launches a New Initiative to Ensure Cheated Victims of Dishonest Stockbrokers or Investment Advisors Have Instant Access to the Nation’s Best Securities Lawyers
WASHINGTON, June 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is launching an aggressive national initiative focused on making certain that people who have been gouged, or cheated by a stockbroker, or investment advisor have instant access to the nation’s most skilled securities attorneys who will know what recourse the cheated investor might have to get their money back. For more information a cheated investor can call the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466. http://
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is urging a victim of stockbroker, or investment advisor fraud, or deception in any US state to call them anytime at 866-714-6466 for suggestions about who might be one of the nation’s top securities lawyers, or law firms that may be able to help them recover their money.
The most common types of stock broker, or investment advisor wrongdoing includes stock churning, breach of a fiduciary duty, failure to follow instructions, fraud, or selling unregistered securities to unsuspecting investors. http://
The Watchdog says, “If an investor got a haircut or sustained a substantial loss because a stockbroker, or investor advisor was negligent, or downright greedy we want to hear about it. The kinds of red flags we want investors to be aware of include, churning, or what could be described as excessive trading of a client’s stocks by a broker, or investment advisor to generate commissions. We also want to emphasize high new worth senior citizens are frequently the victims of churning.”
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog’s initiative is focused on helping investors get their money back, if their stockbroker or investment advisor cheated them in the ways they have described. The Watchdog’s effort is focused on helping victims of stockbroker, or investment advisor fraud, negligence, or greed in any US State including New York, California, Illinois, Fl
This service includes helping a cheated investor find one of the nation’s top securities lawyers, who are also experts at FINRA arbitration hearings. Unfortunately, rather than getting their day in court most victims of an unscrupulous stock broker or investment advisor will need to go to an arbitration hearing.
For more information a high net worth individual, or investor who lost more than $50,000 are urged to contact the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466, if they believe their stock broker or investment advisor was involved in fraud, churning, deceptive sales practices, or negligence. http://
March 25, 2014
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is urging stock investors to be extremely cautious with Internet penny stock promotions, because they are convinced these types of marketing gimmicks are designed to pump up a stock’s value, before investors who bought at a much lower price can jump ship – leaving the new investors holding the bag. This scheme is also called pump, and dump. http://
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is urging stock market investors to not get lured into a pump, and dump stock Internet promotional scam that has been designed to lure new investors in without much actual upside for the promoted stock.
The group says, “We have been working on this project for about a year, and we think pump, and dump stock market schemes are becoming much more widespread. Do some investors win sometimes – yes. However, we think it is just as easy to lose, so we are suggesting investors do a little homework before they jump in and buy into an Internet promotional scheme designed to spotlight a stock with suggestions of huge returns, or get in before it’s too late.”http://
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is suggesting investors looking at buying an Internet-promoted stock that they received an alert about to write down to ticker symbol, and go to CNBC’s website, and check the chart of the stock associated with their symbol. CNBC has a super-informative feature on a listed stock’s page where it says “View Advanced Charts.” This chart will typically show an investor if a penny stock has just had a dramatic run up, prior to the promotional e-mail that says buy this stock before it’s too late. A dramatic run up may signal the stock is already pumped, and the promoters are getting ready to dump. http://
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is also suggesting investors who might be interested in penny stocks to check out a website called Seeking Alpha. Seeking Alpha offers very solid research on many stocks, with good-to-great analysis. Are they always right? The answer is no. However, the Watchdog believes they are an extremely honest resource for investors. http://
For attribution purposes please refer to the SEC website about Internet pump & dump stock schemes: https://www.investor.