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Post by Ssmith on Fri Mar 20, 2015 9:50 am

Wonder how long this will stay up at TNT.  Only a couple of responses.....giggles & grins.  They know better.  'cause Tony told them so!

Consumer Alert: Foreign Currency Scams

tishwash wrote:


I wonder why they would put this out now?  
http://spacecoastdaily.com/2015/03/consumer-alert-foreign-currency-scams/
I have never been happier to be scammed !  hahaha
By Florida Office of Financial Regulation  //  March 20, 2015
 
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA – Foreign Currency Trading is a legitimate business dominated by sophisticated investors and institutional traders.
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Foreign Currency Trading is a legitimate business dominated by sophisticated investors and institutional traders.
Currencies are often traded in large blocks between financial institutions for their own accounts or on behalf of large, multinational corporations and investment funds.
Due to its volatile nature, investing in the Foreign Exchange (Forex) Market can be risky.
The Florida Office of Financial Regulation (OFR) strongly encourages consumers to consider the risks carefully before investing in any foreign currency and understand how to identify a scam before it occurs.
Foreign currency scams, such as bogus trading in the Egyptian Pound and the Iraqi Dinar, are commonly used by scammers today.
 
 
 
Fraudsters will often suggest that an investor can profit from investing in an undervalued currency that is certain to appreciate in value quickly.
Most frequently, these scammers advertise that the growing economy will result in a stronger currency when, in reality, the currency becomes weaker.
It is also important to consider where a foreign currency is redeemable before investing.
In the case of the Iraqi Dinar, it is not generally sold or purchased through U.S. banks. Thus, they are unable to convert the currency into U.S. dollars.
Be familiar with these red flags of a Forex Scam. A scammer may:

  • Dangle the prospect of wealth or entice an investor with promises of exponential returns.
  • Fail to disclose high commissions or administrative fees which would diminish any profits that might be generated in a level playing field.
  • Lead investors to believe that other “experts” have already invested.
  • Offer to do a favor for an investor in return for the investment.
  • Create a false sense of urgency by claiming that there is a limited supply of currency available.
  • Make it difficult to obtain background information about the person and/or company selling the investment.

It is illegal in the U.S. to market an investment without appropriate securities industry registration.
Some scammers will also register with the U.S. Treasury as a Money Service Business (MSB) in order to generate the impression of registration and government regulation. It is important to remember that MSB professionals are not licensed to market an investment.


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Post by Terbo56 on Fri Mar 20, 2015 10:14 am

If this isn't Tony Renfrow to a 'T', I don't know what is- And, for the record, you can buy currencies at the bank, and sell them back to them- I have done this already- That part is horse hocky-
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Post by FS4Enthusiast on Fri Mar 20, 2015 11:21 am

@terbo56 wrote:If this isn't Tony Renfrow to a 'T', I don't know what is- And, for the record, you can buy currencies at the bank, and sell them back to them- I have done this already- That part is horse hocky-
Yes, for the purpose of having currency if you're traveling to that country, not as an investment. And WF and virtually every other bank quit selling IQD to travelers because of the RV scam.

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