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When you hear about a can’t-miss investment opportunity your first reaction might be to jump right in. Don’t. But how do you tell the difference between a legitimate investment — and a scam?
Investment scams create the impression that you can “make lots of money” with “little to no risk.” They often start on social media, online dating apps, or from an unexpected text, email, or call. This Military Consumer Month we’re talking about ways to avoid investment scams and bogus money-making schemes.
Here’s what to know:
Don’t accept any unsolicited offers. If you get an out-of-the-blue call, text, or email about “an amazing investment opportunity,” it’s a scam. Walk away.
Don’t believe promises that you’ll make money or earn guaranteed returns. No one can guarantee you’ll make lots of money with little to no risk. Anyone who does is a scammer.
Reject the high-pressure pitch. Scammers will often pressure you to act fast, saying that you’ll miss the opportunity if you fail to do so. They try to plant an image in your head of what life will be like when you’re rich. Don’t believe it. Legitimate investments let you take the time you need to investigate before spending any money.
Do your own research. Don’t make any investment until you’ve checked it out and fully understand what you’re investing in, and the terms of the deal. Research the investment and the person offering it. Search online for the name of the company plus “review,” “complaint,” or “scam.”

You may be able to spot a scam, but chances are, you know someone who doesn’t. Sharing what you know could help a family member, colleague, servicemember, or a veteran in your life avoid investment scams. Spotted a scam? Report it at
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Very timely, always timely to remind us of such ruses and of our own desire to become rich quickly.
Thank you
Very good article and very helpful. This kind of articles should be promoted in places where the people come frequently..
I got the email that’s offering to me for investment. Thank you so much for the information. This is very helpful.
Don’t understand why our government can’t shut down these frauds.
In reply to by Terence G. O'Hara
* It’s almost impossible to identify the individuals or where they are located.
* It’s like playing whack-a-mole. Shut down one operator, and a dozen (or a hundred) others pop up.
In reply to by Seth Harbort
You stated that “It’s almost impossible to identify the individuals or where they are located.” Does that mean you had some success in locating them? If you did then that is something you should share with everyone. Every new type of crime creates another form of Protection for the investor. They, We, all need help to kill this problem. So if you have had success, please tell us what you did if you can, and who helped you.
People fall for the high pressure pitch. Using the internet it should be easy to spot a scammer. Unfortunately there aren’t many PSA about this.
$130,000 of mine was taken by a romantic scammer. Was coaxed into participating in Financial Nodes SPACEEX. Was “guaranteed” money would be refunded, but no way would they do it.
Person is on Facebook.

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