Americas Watchdog Expands Its Investigations Into Schwab Yield Plus Investor Losses As Well As Larger Auction Rate Securities Victims

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Americas Watchdog and its Wall Street Fraud Watchdog are expanding their investigations for investors who were sold a investment called Schwab Yield Plus, as well as larger auction rate securities victims, who have investments in ARPS or ARS, that exceed the retail settlements announced by the New York State Attorney General. According to Americas Watchdog, "If a bank or stock broker sold a product as cash equivalent, it should be just that. The investment should not have lost value, and it should be not be worth penny's on the dollar." Investors who have lost money in Schwab Yield Plus or larger auction rate securities victims should call the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog at 866-714-6466 or visit their Web site at http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.com

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Any investor who gets told its same as cash, and there is no risk, should expect nothing less than all of their money back. We are encouraging investors who were sold Schwab Yield Plus or larger investors, who were sold auction rate securities to call us so we can try to help explore realistic options related to recovery of the investment.

Americas Watchdog is expanding its campaign for investors who purchased a cash equivalent product called Schwab Yield Plus, and they are offering to help larger auction rate securities victims, who are not covered by the attorney general retail customer settlements announced thus far.

According to Americas Watchdog, "Any investor who gets told its same as cash, and there is no risk, should expect nothing less than all of their money back. We are encouraging investors who were sold Schwab Yield Plus or larger investors, who were sold auction rate securities to call us so we can try to help explore realistic options related to recovery of the investment."

There are numerous class action lawsuits pending both on Schwab Yield Plus & auction rate securities. Investors who have lost money in Schwab Yield Plus or investors not covered in the retail settlements of auction rate securities 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's Wall Street Fraud Watchdog, "We are encouraging investors who feel like they were taken in Schwab Yield Plus investments, or larger auction rate securities investors to avoid class action lawsuits, where they only stand to get penny's back on the dollar. Instead, talk to us about arbitration law firms that know what they are doing. We are in this for the long haul, we think affected investors are all over the US and the world, and we are trying to help investors get their money back."

Americas Watchdog is also warning Wall Street, and its stock brokers to stop selling cash equivalents unless they really are liquid. Case in point, according to Americas Watchdog, "If you have a US tax free municipal bond, and you were told by a US stock broker, or bank investment advisor, its just like cash; have your stock broker or your bank investment advisor put it in writing. We expect widespread failures of tax free municipal bond market in 2009, because of the ongoing devaluation of the US real estate market, that will extend into 2010. You cannot improve the US economy with tax increases, and US banks have not been honest about the true numbers of foreclosures on their books".

If you are an investor that has lost money in Schwab Yield Plus or larger auction rate securities victims, Americas Watchdog says, "Call us so we can try to help you get your money back. We are also warning all investors in the US & the world to stay clear of cash equivalents unless the stock broker or the bank investment advisor will put in writing its 100% safe." Investors that were sold Schwab Yield Plus or larger auction rate securities clients can call Americas Watchdog's Wall Street Fraud Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466, or visit their Web site at http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.com

Americas Watchdog & its Wll Street Fraud Watchdog are all about investor protection and Wall Street responsibility.

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