Americas Watchdog Suggests Auction Rate Victims Call Them for an Honest Discussion of Options

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Americas Watchdog is trying to help every victim of the auction rate securities disaster with free help and advice. If you own auction rate securities, do you think the problem is about to get solved by the bank or stock brokerage firm that cheated you? Or do you think a class action will help you? Think again. According to Americas Watchdog, "based on the economy, we think the problem is about to get much worse and more confusing, so now is the time for some honesty and now is the time to act." The group has termed the auction rate securities debacle, "the single worst case of fraud in U.S. history" and every victim needs to call us". Victims can call Americas Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466 or visit their web site at http://ARSWatchdog.com.

For almost five months, Americas Watchdog has been investigating the US auction rate securities debacle. Americas Watchdog is offering to help all victims of the auction rate securities scandal for free. Why is this a scandal? According to Americas Watchdog, over 140,000 US citizens were told by their name brand US bank, a high profile Wall Street stock brokerage firm, or a financial institution that individual investors should cash in their CD's or money market accounts, because there was complete safety in something called an auction rate securities, also known as a auction rate preferred shares or auction rate shares (ARPS or ARS). According to Americas Watchdog, "This is the single worst case of fraud in US history. We want to hear from every victim at 866-714-6466 so we can try to help them with some honesty so we can advance our investigation."

Things Victims Of The Auction Rate Securities Disaster Need To Do:

  • Americas Watchdog and their Auction Rate Securities Complaint Center are recommending that most auction rate shares or auction rate preferred shares victims talk with an arbitration law firm that has a specialty in securities law as opposed to joining a class action. Americas Watchdog considers class actions an extremely poor option, that could yield as little as $0.10 cents on the dollar. The group can make some very good suggestions with respect to the top securities arbitration law firms in the US. According to the group, they have the names and phone numbers of some of the best securities arbitration law firms in the nation, and they want to share this information with every victim. Victims who were sold auction rate securities can call Americas Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466 or visit their web site at Http://ARSWatchdog.Com
  • Extra Important Note: Some personal injury type law firms with no securities experience are now creating web sites that say they can help victims with a class action. If a consumer who was defrauded with auction rate securities (ARPS or ARS) wants to know who to call, Americas Watchdog can make some good recommendations. Any auction rate securities victim can call Americas Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466.
  • Americas Watchdog will try to explain the secondary market to every consumer who has a auction rate security. The secondary market is a place that has been created to buy investors out of the ARPS or ARS investment. While the secondary market will involve a discounted sales price, a good portion of the discount could be made up in the arbitration process. The ARS Watchdog web site is located at Http://ARSWatchdog.Com and the group would recommend that consumers defrauded in Auction Rate Securities, visit the web site and click on the "options" tab.

So what should any individual involved in the auction rate preferred shares (ARPS) or auction rate shares (ARS) scandal do?

Another reason Americas Watchdog wants to hear from every consumer is because of so much disinformation about a miracle fix for the auction rate securities disaster. Disinformation includes, a magic fix by the US Government, the SEC, state regulatory agencies, or even all of the banks stock brokers or financial institutions giving people back all their money. Many consumers are being told, "your uninsured student loans are fine." Americas Watchdog calls it, "another gigantic lie". While some auction rate securities have indeed been cashed out, people need to get in line with a skilled securities arbitration firm to cover the legal base. Again, Americas Watchdog can make some very good recommendations.

Again do not fall for the line, "I've never done securities arbitration before, but I am sure I can learn" (from a personal injury law firm).

Anyone who purchased an auction rate shares or an auction rate preferred share should call Americas Watchdog at 866-714-6466 or visit their web site at http://ARSWatchdog.com.

Americas Watchdog and its ARS Watchdog are all about protecting consumers in what will turn out to be the single worst case of fraud in US history.

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