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Investors Beware: White Collar Crime and Stock Fraud is on the Rise

Investors affected by stock fraud are protected under the Securities and Exchange Commission and can receive legal help to fight back

Los Angeles, California - U.S. investors have lost millions of dollars due to corporate stock fraud. To fight back, keeps investors informed with Securities Alerts and stock fraud news; also provides access to legal help.

White collar crime involves stock fraud, insider trading, fraudulent accounting practices, ERISA violations, misrepresentations of company financial status or performance, and related activities. Corporations often distort or hide critical data to boost stock sales and stock prices. Noteworthy securities fraud cases include WorldCom, Enron, and Martha Stewart's insider trading.

Unbeknownst to many, investors are protected under a set of laws enforced by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission but corporate executives, stock brokers or advisors easily break these laws when they do not keep their investors informed and do not consider their shareholder's best interest.

Employees, Financial Advisors, or others who are aware of corporate crimes, stock fraud, tax evasion, money laundering, etc, can put a stop to the fraudulent activity under the protection of whistleblower laws. Similarly, shareholders can take action to seek justice and compensation through individual lawsuits or class action lawsuits. Submit your securities complaint or sign up for Securities Alerts.

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