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Global Investor Alerts (GIA) advises private persons and businesses how they can prevent becoming a victim of (international) financial fraud, or about their possibilities if they are a victim of (international) financial fraud (investment fraud, contract fraud, real estate fraud, advance fee fraud, etc.).
With our expertise we support victims of financial fraud to recover their investments.
Our services cover financial research and claims, litigation assistance and financial risk management.
Would you like to have more information? Please, send an email to [email protected].
If, for whatever reason, you do not like to contact us directly, but you would still like to warn us and others about a financial fraud or you have inside information about a certain financial fraud, a boiler room, people connected to a boiler room, etc., you can send us that information anonymously.
To send us information anonymously you can make us of several services, such as https://www.file.io/, https://dropfile.to/ to upload the information you would like to send us.
Next, copy and send the file link to us ([email protected]) using a disposable temporary e-mail address service such as https://www.guerrillamail.com/ or https://10minutemail.com/.
To increase your anonymity we advise you to make use of the Tor web browser (https://www.torproject.org/).
If you would like to take your security and anonymity a step further you can use the Tor browser over a vpn connection (What is a VPN and how does it work).
Andersen Mergers financial authorities warnings & registrations:warning USA SEC
Public Alert: Unregistered Soliciting Entities (PAUSE)
List of Unregistered Soliciting Entities That Have Been the Subject of Investor Complaints
The SEC receives complaints from investors and others, including foreign securities regulators, about securities solicitations made by entities that claim to be registered, licensed and/or located in the United States in their solicitation of non-US investors, and entities not registered in the United States that are soliciting US investors.
In some cases, the complaints are about entities claiming to offer investments endorsed by governmental agencies, including the SEC. These claims are important because when an entity claims to be registered with the SEC, it is in effect claiming that it has made itself available for SEC regulation and oversight. Generally, US entities that solicit you to purchase or sell securities for your own account are required to register with the SEC. For this reason, it is important for you to consider whether the entity that solicits you is, in fact, registered with the SEC.
In many cases, SEC investigation reveals that the soliciting entities are not registered in the United States as they claim or imply. In an effort to warn the public about these entities, the SEC is publishing information it has learned in reviewing these complaints.
For each of the entities named below, the SEC has determined that there is no US registered securities firm with this name. Where applicable, the "Note" section for each entity provides additional relevant information we have learned. The SEC will regularly update this list.
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