Americas Watchdog Creates the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog for Cheated Consumers

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Americas Watchdog has created the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog because there is no safety net for the average U.S. investor, who gets swindled by a Wall Street stock brokerage firm, or a bank investment adviser. According to Americas Watchdog, "Each year millions of U.S. citizens lose billions of dollars, in what would seem to be and endless array of one Wall Street scam after another. The auction rate securities debacle, is just one very good example. Investors of any type, who feel like they have been cheated by a Wall Street type stock brokerage firm, or bank investment adviser now have a place to call, and a free service, designed to help get the investor their money back." Victims of securities fraud or Wall Street scams can call the group anytime at 866-714-6466 or visit their web site at http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.com.

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We are going to make it much, much harder for a Wall Street stock broker, or bank to take advantage of anyone, and not pay dearly for it.

As a way to help all investors who have been cheated or defrauded by a Wall Street type stock brokerage firm, or a bank investment adviser, Americas Watchdog has created the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog. The goal of the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog will be to help large or small U.S. investors recover their money from failed investments, that were promoted by a Wall Street type stock brokerage firm, or a bank adviser.

According to Americas Watchdog, "We had no idea how big a problem this all was, until we waded into the auction rate securities $330 billion disaster. We had no idea that the SEC, or most state regulators are basically worthless, when it comes to actually recovering investors money. We had no idea that on average, only 1 in 10 investors gets their money back from a Wall Street type scam, like the auction rate securities flim flam."

Consumers who feel like they have been defrauded by their stock broker, or bank investment adviser can call the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can visit their web site at http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.com.

According to Americas Watchdog, the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is starting out with two initiatives as follows:

  • Auction Rate securities: The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog wants to talk to any investor who was defrauded by a Wall Street type stock broker or a bank, with an auction rate security. According to Americas Watchdog, auction rate securities may be the worst case of fraud in U.S. history, with potential losses in the area of hundreds of billions of dollars. The worst of these were student loan auction rate securities, that may now be worthless. Victims of the auction rate securities con job can call the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466 or visit their web site at http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.com

Note To Jerry Brown California Attorney General from Americas Watchdog: "Thousands of Californians were cheated, and defrauded out of billions of dollars, with auction rate securities, if you cannot do the job as AG, resign."

Note To Andrew Coumo New York Attorney General from Americas Watchdog: "If a big New York bank really did destroy auction rate securities records, why didn't you arrest them? Isn't that called obstruction of justice?"

  • Charles Schwab YieldPlus Funds: Today the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog begins a national investigation of Charles Schwab YieldPlus Funds. YieldPlus Funds were offered to investors as a "safe" cash alternative. More than 50% of these funds were invested in the mortgage industry starting in 2004. According to the Wall Street Journal, "Because of a concentration in this risky industry, substantial losses have been suffered." Potential victims of the Charles Schwab YieldPlus Fund investment should call the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog at 866-714-6466.

According to Americas Watchdog, "The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog, was created to assist cheated consumers or investors, who were defrauded by a Wall Street stock brokerage firm or bank financial services investment scheme. It is designed to guide bilked investors into the best available legal paths available, to recover their money. And, this service is free to cheated US consumers, or investors. There is no service like this in the world."

Auction rate securities victims, Charles Schwab YieldPlus investors, or any investor involved in a Wall Street stock broker or bank investment scheme can call the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466 or visit their Web site at http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.com.

According to Americas Watchdog, "We are going to make it much, much harder for a Wall Street stock broker, or bank to take advantage of anyone, and not pay dearly for it."

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