Investment Fraud Exposed
Swindler Plays the Game Well
The Pitch, the Sucker, the Swindle, the Game
How To Protect Yourself From Fraud
Our Sincere Apology
The page you wanted, an expose of a stock investment fraud, has been taken down. We apologize for your inconvenience. Yesterday, individuals, who may be linked to the perpetrators, telephoned us and threatened us if we did not take the page down immediately. It appears that they might be starting the scheme up again, and didn't need our little bit of negative publicity. Prudently, we felt that we had to comply with their request. So the page you wanted has been taken down.
Please remind your friends and family to be careful whenever a stranger asks them for money, particulary if they are gullible or impulsive. Do your homework before you part with your hard earned money. Ask for financial statements, and show them to your accountant or attorney. Run a credit check or a police check. Ask for references. The State Attorney’s office and the Better Business Bureau are also good sources of information. Even a quick Google search might help.
I hope life brings you much success. I wish you a very happy day.
----- Surfer Sam