The Wall Street Watchdog is urging high net worth individuals about to invest hundreds of thousands, or millions of dollars in a business, or investment opportunity to use their world class due diligence service before they do anything
(PRWEB) March 25, 2013
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is urging high net worth individuals to not get lured into a too good to be true real estate deal, a business, a limited partnership, or investment opportunity, without a significant due diligence effort. At the same time the group is strongly encouraging investors stuck in a limited partnership, a real estate deal, or investment opportunity that has yet to produce the promised return, to get them involved, in order to make sure the investment was legitimate, as opposed to Ponzi Scheme. The group says, "Just because Bernie Madoff is in jail, does not mean thousands of high net worth US investors are not being taken to the cleaners each month. Can you afford to lose your life savings, or millions, on a too good to be true deal?" The Wall Street Watchdog is urging high net worth individuals about to invest hundreds of thousands, or millions of dollars in a business, or investment opportunity to use their world class due diligence service before they do anything. At the same time the group's due diligence service has been designed to make certain investors already in a too good to be true real estate deal, or investment opportunity are not on the verge of being cleaned out. For more information investors can contact the group anytime at 866-714-6466.
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "In 2012 we saved an investor three million dollars cash by blowing up a developer's too good to be true real estate deal in Florida. In this instance the developer was going to sell townhomes to an investor, at what appeared to be a great price. There was one slight problem-the townhomes were built in 2005, they all contained toxic Chinese drywall, and in our opinion the townhomes all needed to be bulldozed. If you are about to throw down serious money on a too good to be true investment opportunity, a limited partnership, a terrific real estate deal, or the purchase of a business, please take advantage of our due diligence service." Investors about to invest, or those who have already invested, and are now worried about what they have done 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
For the record in June of 2005 a sister group of the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog referred to the then US real estate market as, "A train wreck waiting to happen," in Money Magazine. This was a full two years before the US residential real estate market imploded.