Wall Street Watchdog Urges Investors Concerned About Their Limited Partnership's Or Real Estate Partnership's To Use Their Due Diligence Service

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If an investor is concerned about the legitimacy of a limited partnership, a real estate partnership or an investment opportunity, the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is urging them to use their investment due diligence service. The group says, "Two weeks ago, we received a call from an investor, who had $225,000 in a real estate limited partnership, that went back to 2001. He'd received no return on his investment, and our audit showed the managing partner was charging a 15% management fee, when 4% was the market, the managing partner had created a maintenance company that charged $25,000 for a plumbing repair, that actually cost about $2500, the managing partner was a convicted felon, and the managing partner never did the proper state, or federal securities filings. We now have securities attorneys attempting to get the investor back his $225,000." They say, "Many US real estate limited partnerships, general limited partnerships, or investment opportunities are scams, and if you are concerned about the legitimacy, or integrity of your investment, please take advantage of our audit service. Its your money, and we want to protect you, and your investment." Any investor concerned about their money in a limited partnership, or investment opportunity should call the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

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If you have a bad feeling about a limited partnership, or investment opportunity you have invested a ton of money in, trust your gut, and get us involved

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is urging high net worth individuals, or investors, who are concerned about their money in a real estate limited partnership, a business opportunity partnership, or a investment opportunity to use their audit service, to verify the integrity, and legitimacy of the investment. The group says, "We are certain there are 1000's, probably 10,000's of US investors, who have a good portion of their life savings stuck in real estate limited partnerships, business opportunities, and or investment opportunities, that will never produce a dime, or in many cases the investor could lose it all, and our audit service is designed to protect them." The group says, "Investors who don't think it can happen to them must never heard about the auction rate securities flim flam. In this instance, major US banks, or stock brokerage companies were selling cash equivalents. There was a huge problem-auction rate securities were anything but liquid, the market froze up in 2008, and now three years later we are still trying to get investors back their money. In this instance we are talking about an amount north of two hundred billion dollars, and basically no one went to jail." The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "If your limited partnership, that terrific, can't lose real estate deal, and or that too good to be true business opportunity is not working out, or what the general partner is telling you does not make sense, please get us involved. We are all about protecting you money, or if we find out it was too good to be true, we are all about helping you get your investment back." For more information concerned investors are encouraged to contact the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "Most US investor fraud happens on a local basis, with people offering yields, or returns too good to be true. We thoroughly inspect, and audit the records of the investment opportunity, in order to make certain it is not a Ponzi scheme, a poorly planned investment opportunity, or an investment opportunity that fails to mention the downside. If you have invested hundreds of thousands of dollars, to millions of dollars in an investment opportunity, please allow us to make sure the investment opportunity is real, please allow us to protect your money with a thorough inspection of any limited partnership, real estate partnership, or business opportunity." The group says, "If you have a bad feeling about a limited partnership, or investment opportunity you have invested a ton of money in, trust your gut, and get us involved." Investors concerned about their investment in a limited partnership, a real estate partnership, or a business opportunity are encouraged to call the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

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