A joint statement by the FBI and SEC warned that scammers are attempting to lure investors into scams by impersonating advisers or brokers. They use spoofed sites, faulty social media pages, cold calling scripts, and doctored forms. A portion of the statement read, “Fraudsters may falsely claim to be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) or a state securities regulator in order to lure investors into scams, or even impersonate real investment professionals who actually are registered with these organizations,” Some of these scammers have even taken the legitimate information of a previously registered firm and used it to try to pull off their scheme.
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