Investment frauds can look and sound believable, with smooth-talking salespeople, slick websites or sophisticated brochures and prospectuses. From experienced investors to people dealing with a large sum for the first time, millions of people fall victim to financial scams every year. The purpose of this section is to prepare the investing public ahead of time to spot and avoid possible investment scams, how to file a complaint and standard procedure to contact authorities in case one stumbles upon encountering a financial fraud.
Avoid becoming a victim of financial scam and be on the look-out for these warning signs.
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Jamapunji's Investor Alerts are regularly issued for general public which are focused on recent investment frauds and scams. These should not be considered legal interpretations of SECP