I recently attended an investment seminar with a friend, and I have to
admit that the pitch sounds pretty good. Is there any way to know if the
offer is actually a Ponzi scheme?
Not every single investment seminar represents a
, but it is always wise to approach these types of seminars with caution.
Many fraudsters use these so-called “free lunch” seminars
to lure investors into Ponzi schemes, investment scams, and other flavors
of financial fraud.
Although it can be hard to really tell if the investment promoted at the
seminar you attended is a scam, there are a few key “red flags”
you can listen for, including:
- Aggressive sales tactics or pressure to “buy now”
- Complicated or secret investment strategies
- Documentation that doesn’t match the pitch
- “Guaranteed” returns that seem too good to be true
Contact an experienced
Ponzi scheme attorney today if you need help recovering your losses after a Ponzi scheme or
investment scam. The securities fraud attorneys with Meyer Wilson have
represented more than 800 clients nationwide in
stockbroker mediation, arbitration, and litigation, and we look forward to putting our experience
to work for you.
You can also learn more about recovering losses after a Ponzi scheme by
watching Attorney Dave Meyer's video below.
To learn more about the aftermath of a Ponzi scheme,
read Attorney Meyer's post for the American Bar Association.