The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog Now Offers A World Class Due Diligence Service For High Net Worth Investors

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The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog has created a world class investor protection-due diligence service for investors wishing to make sure they are not throwing away hundreds of thousands, to millions of dollars into a scheme, or a scam. The groups due diligence service is primarily focused on quote en quote investment opportunities, real estate acquisitions, and Wall Street cash equivalents, with the number one goal being high net worth investor protection. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "ever hear of the $220 billion dollar auction rate securities fiasco, or the big name Wall Street stock brokerage firm selling cash equivalents in soon to fail sub prime mortgages, or too good to be true real estate deals? We are all about making sure a high net worth individual actually gets what someone is trying to sell them-not a financial disaster." High net worth individuals wishing to check out a quote en quote investment opportunity, an investment real estate acquisition, and or a Wall Street cash equivalent product can call the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

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if you are a big league investor, or on the verge of making a big league bet on a too good to be true investment opportunity, real estate deal, or Wall Street money maker, let us check it out for you first.

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog has created a world class due diligence service, to protect high net worth individuals from being scammed, or defrauded, by too good to be true investment opportunities, can't miss real estate deals, or Wall Street sure thing-high yield cash equivalent scams. The group says, "we are in a serious recession, we think its going to get worse, and because we know every flim flam surfaces in times like this, we created a world class service to make certain high net worth individuals do not lose it all, in some too good to be true investment opportunity, real estate deal, or Wall Street gimmick." The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog created this service in the hopes of preventing a high net worth individual from being cheated out of their hard earned money. The group says, "if you are a big league investor, or on the verge of making a big league bet on a too good to be true investment opportunity, real estate deal, or Wall Street money maker, let us check it out for you first." The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog's fees are reasonable, their service is very thorough, and service is relatively fast. For more information please call the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

Wall Street Fraud Watchdog Due Diligence Specialties Include:

  •      Investment Opportunities-For High Net Worth Individuals: Most US investor fraud happens on a local basis, with people offering yields, or returns too good to be true. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog will thoroughly inspect the investment opportunity, in order to make certain it is not a Ponzi scheme, an out right fraud, a poorly planned investment opportunity, or an investment opportunity that fails to mention the downside. Before investing hundreds of thousands of dollars, to millions of dollars in an investment opportunity, please allow the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog to make sure the investment opportunity is real. They say, "please allow us to protect your money with a thorough inspection of any investment opportunity. As part of our investment opportunity analysis we will check with the state, or federal securities regulators, to insure all proper regulatory paperwork has been filed." Note: In most cases it has not been properly filed, or there is no filing at all.
  •     Commercial Or Investment Real Estate Opportunities: With three decades of experience in commercial, or investment real estate due diligence no group, or organization in the US comes close to the abilities of the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog, in helping an investor discover what they are really buying, when it comes to apartment properties, office, retail, hotel, warehouse, or land. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog, accurately predicted the demise of the US residential real estate market in 2005 -- two years before it actually happened. Their Commercial or Investment Real Estate due diligence service includes an assessment of the market place, or economics of the properties location, an analysis of all leases, or rental agreements, a thorough inspection of each apartment unit, hotel unit, office space, warehouse unit, and common area, along with a budget to repair the property, or if needed an engineering report on the proposed property-if structural issues are uncovered. They say,"success in real estate is all about timing, homework, and not buying someone else's problem."
  •     Wall Street Cash Equivalents, Or Mutual Funds: the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "we are super bears when it comes to the US Stock Market. Before you let a stock broker put you into a stock that is going no where but down-or some other Wall Street gimmick please allow us to independently check it out for you." They say, "we see nothing but extreme stock market volatility through at least 2012. Because of this, we think commission hungry stock brokers, or bank investment advisors will churn the accounts of high net worth individuals-no matter the cost to the client." Sadly, the group says," in most cases high net worth individuals are not even provided a investment prospectus. Before you invest a significant amount of money in something too good to be true-let us check it out for you."

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For more information about the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog's world class due diligence service, designed to make sure a big investment does not turn out to be a huge mistake, please call the group anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

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