Red Flags

Becoming a victim of investment fraud can be devastating. And it’s easier than many people think for scam artists to con you out of your hard earned money. But there’s good news: even the most sophisticated, well-orchestrated schemes usually present red flags – you just need to know what to look for. Protect yourself and your money – CheckFirst.

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Red Flags to Check A Website For

Fortunately, even the most sophisticated websites touting fraudulent investments often have red flags. Make sure to look closely at the site for warning signs like these:

  • The company or person is not registered with the ASC or with another Canadian securities regulator.
  • The company description is vague, with little to no information about the management team.
  • Besides the website, there’s no information available on the Internet about the company.
  • There are grammatical and spelling errors.
  • The contact information is not accurate.
  • The company is located overseas.

Have you seen a Red Flag?
Check Their Registration.

If anything you’ve read here sounds familiar, don’t hand over your money — check the registration of the company or the person right away.