Whistleblower Services for Corporate Executives
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is now offering a unique service for a corporate executive who may want to consider becoming a SEC whistleblower for what could be a substantial reward. The ideal whistleblower will possess proof the CEO and CFO of a publicly traded company is not being honest with shareholders about company liabilities, lack of performance, or failure to meet revenue projections. Aside from offering to assist a whistleblower like this the group may be able to add significant value to the potential reward by building out associated wrongdoing that probably would be contained in a quarterly report, accounting records, or conference call to the street. All potential whistleblower information is strictly confidential.
Investment Capital Recovery
Don’t Get Cheated By Your Stock Broker/Investment Adviser
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is now offering a world class service for investors, or individuals who were cheated by their stock broker, or investment advisor.
To qualify for this service the investor must have lost at least $100,000, because the broker/investment advisor was churning the clients account in order to make commissions, or the broker investment advisor recommended unsafe, or risky investments for the unsuspecting investor/individual.
EB 5 Visa Investor Due Diligence Services
Due Diligence for residential, multi family, commercial or industrial real estate or investment opportunities for EB-5 Visa Investors nationwide.
The goal here is to ensure the investor does not overpay for the property or business opportunity. Additionally, we do not want the EB-5 Visa applicant to overpay for legal fees or broker/finder fees.
This service includes:
- Suggesting some of the most skilled and experienced EB-5 Visa attorneys in the United States that are affordable and who have a very successful track record in obtaining an EB-5 Visa for their client. We do not want a EB-5 Visa Applicant to overpay on legal fees.
- Our due diligence service and inspection report will detail the potential upside for the property along with the current real estate market conditions where the property is located. This will include us traveling anywhere in the United States to personally inspect the property to confirm it lives up to the representations made in the prospectus and or offering by the Regional Center. If we see a problem with the property or business opportunity we will highlight this in our report. Problems could include vacancy issues, market over saturation of similar type properties, or issues related to the location or condition of a business opportunity.
- Upon seeing the property or business opportunity we will contact our EB-5 Visa applicant client and if possible suggest a reduction in the broker/finder fees.
Special Note: Please do not trust a EB-5 Regional Center with this type of information especially if the Regional Center is exclusively focused on investors from China, Russia, South or Central America. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog does not work for Regional Centers or law firm. They only work with specific EB-5 Visa Applicant investors to ensure their money is being wisely invested. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog has assembled a team of building consultants, architects, accountants, engineers and lawyers to assist an investor to make certain they are making a wise investment and or to determine if they are a victim of fraud on the part of the developer. No other group in the United States offers such a comprehensive service. The consulting fees for this service will vary and are based on the time needed to do the required due diligence. Initial retainer fee $10,000.
Why is this service vital for an investor, or individual who has cheated by their stock broker, or investment advisor?
According to the Wall Street Watchdog, “Unfortunately cheated investors, or individuals do not get their day in court when it comes to a stock broker, or investment advisor selling their clients stocks for no other reason than to make a commission, or putting their clients into risky investment opportunities. Instead of court, the cheated investor, or individual must present their case to a FINRA arbitration panel.”
Because a FINRA arbitration panel will decide if an investor, or individual will get their money back if they have been cheated, the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog wants to make absolutely certain the cheated investor, or individual has the nation’s most skilled, and experienced layers to advance their case.
Regardless if the investor has lost $100,000, hundreds of thousands, or millions of dollars the Watchdog’s service will recommend lawyers that fit the skill sets needed to get the investors money back at a FINRA arbitration hearing. There is currently no service like this available in the United States
For more information cheated investors, or individuals are urged to contact
the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog anytime