We think 2012 has the potential of getting really ugly for investors, and before you plop down $100,000's, or millions of dollars on a real estate deal, a limited partnership, or an investment opportunity, please allow us the chance to check it out
(PRWEB) January 03, 2012
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "As we look into 2012 many US real estate limited partnerships, general partnerships, or investment opportunities are going to be scams, and if you are concerned about the legitimacy, or integrity of your investment, please take advantage of our world class due diligence and audit service, before you do anything, and or before it's too late. You worked hard for your money, and we want to protect you, and your investment." The group says, "Without question there are 1000's, probably 10,000's of US investors, who have a good portion, or all of their life savings stuck in a real estate limited partnership, business opportunity, or a investment opportunity, that will never produce a dime. In many cases the investor could lose all of their money, and our due diligence, and audit services could have protected them. Ever hear of MF Global, or Auction Rate Securities?" http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog offers a world class due diligence service for high net worth individuals, or corporations, with the goal being making sure the client is not making a foolish investment, making certain the investment is sound, and or identifying investors, who are on the verge of losing it all, in an investment opportunity, or limited partnership, or an investment, that has yet to yield a return on investment. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog's due diligence services include:
- World class due diligence services on apartment properties, commercial, office, or retail investment properties, or any type of real estate offering before the actual sale takes place. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "Our investment real estate due diligence service is second to none. Before you spend millions of dollars on a real estate investment, please let us make certain you are not buying someone else's problem, or over-paying for the property."
- Scrutinizing any type of real estate limited partnership, or general limited partnership to make certain the investment makes sense, and to make certain all of the paperwork, or public offering statements are legal, and in compliance with state, and federal law.
- The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog's due diligence program is second to none in determining if a, "business opportunity," is a real opportunity, or just a way to dump someone else's problem on an unsuspecting buyer.
- The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog offers a due diligence service for existing investors, who have yet to have seen a return on a too good to be true real estate deal, a fantastic limited partnership, and or the business opportunity, with nothing but upside. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "If you have already been swindled, or if you are on the verge of losing it all, please let us try to get in there first, in the hopes of getting your money back, before you lose it all."
- The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog's due diligence team includes investment analysts, forensic accountants, securities attorneys, inspectors, and operational inspectors.
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "Most US investor fraud happens on a local basis, with people you know. More often than not, the investment offers yields, or returns that are too good to be true. We are in the investor protection business, and 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, and please allow us to protect your money with a thorough inspection of any limited partnership, real estate partnership, or business opportunity." 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