Because of our fears about Europe, Iran, the US residential real estate markets, and what could be the most divisive election in US history, we are urging high net worth individuals, or investors to use our due diligence service
(PRWEB) February 01, 2012
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is serious about shareholder, and investor protection, and their due diligence services for real estate, or investment opportunities are second to none. Just so most US, or global investors know what they are talking about, there are probably 10,000's of US of high net worth individuals, who are now fully invested in a Ponzi scheme. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog does not believe the average high net worth individual ever does due diligence on most real estate deals, or investment opportunities. They fear the net result is many investors simply go broke. As an example of what they are talking about, according to the March 23rd 2009 edition of Sports Illustrated, "Athletes from the nation's three biggest and most profitable leagues—the NBA, NFL and Major League Baseball—are suffering from a financial pandemic. Although salaries have risen steadily during the last three decades, reports from a host of sources (athletes, players' associations, agents and financial advisers) indicate that:
- By the time they have been retired for two years, 78% of former NFL players have gone bankrupt or are under financial stress because of joblessness or divorce.
- Within five years of retirement, an estimated 60% of former NBA players are broke.
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "In this type of economic environment you really do need to get a second, or third opinion before you bet the farm on a too good to be true real estate deal, or an investment opportunity. We are hoping you will call us, and take advantage before you invest a penny. We are also urging high net worth individuals concerned about their cash already plowed into an investment opportunity, or too good to be true real estate deal to make sure it is legitimate. Please don't end up like the majority of NFL, or NBA players." For more information investors can 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
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "On The topic of investment fraud, every real estate investor, or residential real estate home buyer interested in too good to be true real estate foreclosure deals in the US Southeast, had better learn everything there is to know about toxic Chinese drywall in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Southeast Texas, and Virginia before they spend a penny one of these bank owned properties. The time frame for toxic Chinese drywall in the US Southeast is 2001-2008. We know there are investment groups being formed to buy these homes, typically from taxpayer owned Fannie Mae. We also know that unless these homes are properly remediated they are worthless, and potentially a gigantic liability for an investor. Unfortunately, even though it is estimated there are several hundred thousand homes in the US Southeast, that contain toxic Chinese drywall, President Obama has yet to mention the topic one time in public, there has been no meaningful response from the US EPA, and there are no rules. This is exactly the type of disaster we want to keep investors away from, or at least educate them about before they jump in; possibly making the biggest mistake of their life." http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com