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Blog Posts in November, 2013

Common "Red-Flag" Sales Pitches

Avoiding Scams at the Holidays: Part Three of a Six-Part Meyer Wilson Blog Series Has your financial adviser, or a friend, or someone on the Internet via e-mail or social media offered you an ... Continue reading "Common "Red-Flag" Sales Pitches" »
Introduced in the past week in both the U.S. House and Senate is proposed legislation that could help victims of Ponzi scheme investment fraud to recover more of their cash losses. Titled the ... Continue reading "Proposed Law Could Mean Greater Recovery for Ponzi Scheme Victims" »

There's NEVER a "Free Lunch"

Avoiding Scams at the Holidays: Part Two of a Six-Part Meyer Wilson Blog Series It's the giving time of year. Spirits run high; twinkling lights appear all around us; cards flood our mailbox. ... Continue reading "There's NEVER a "Free Lunch"" »
The Wolf is Always at the Door—Especially at Christmas The holiday season is approaching, and with the excitement of giving comes an increased risk of being taken—as a victim of an ... Continue reading "Avoiding Scams During the Holidays: Part One of a Six-Part Meyer Wilson Blog Series" »
When John Otto's clients finally realized he had cheated them out of millions, he committed suicide to evade the consequences. Now, an appellate court has ruled that Otto's widow must pay the ... Continue reading "Wife Is Liable to Victims After Ponzi-Schemer Husband Commits Suicide" »

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