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Old 04-11-2008, 03:51 AM
edwards89 edwards89 is offline
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Buy stock market scam

Hi guys
this is a scam all should be aware of
calling you on phone by finding your email address and phone number from business directory and asking you to buy shares,
and actually forcing you.

www.tennisondean.com
my case was abb shares,

dodgy website with no address or tel number or email address

becareful



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Old 08-17-2010, 03:56 PM
stocktrader6080 stocktrader6080 is offline
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Re: Buy stock market scam

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Originally Posted by edwards89 View Post
Hi guys
this is a scam all should be aware of
calling you on phone by finding your email address and phone number from business directory and asking you to buy shares,
and actually forcing you.

www.tennisondean.com
my case was abb shares,

dodgy website with no address or tel number or email address

becareful
I would never buy anything from a cold caller.



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Old 08-19-2010, 05:03 AM
Once Upon a Time Once Upon a Time is offline
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Re: Buy stock market scam

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Hi guys
this is a scam all should be aware of
calling you on phone by finding your email address and phone number from business directory and asking you to buy shares,
and actually forcing you.

www.tennisondean.com
my case was abb shares,

dodgy website with no address or tel number or email address

becareful

How could they possibly 'force' you to buy shares?

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Old 06-01-2011, 01:25 AM
jacky001 jacky001 is offline
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Re: Buy stock market scam

By understanding how the Wall Street con game operates, you can at least avoid being taken to the cleaners and perhaps go on to study enough to profit from this knowledge. The unwary investor is made to believe - by a press owned by the very people who are part of the Wall Street scam - that they can make a killing in the stock market if they get lucky. Over the years outsider, small-time investors have lost billions of dollars to the insiders who control and manipulate the stock market to take money from the ignorant.
The brainwashed investor believes that the stock market goes up and down according to what he reads in the Wall Street Journal or hears about on his evening TV program: interest rates, inflation rates, wholesale prices, gross national product, public fears about foreign and domestic events, and the rantings of the head of the "Federal" Reserve Board. This is all a con game to make the hapless investor believe that the rise and fall in stock prices is not being manipulated by the specialists. The astounding fact is that specialists, working at the behest of their investment banker cronies, are creating the ups and downs of the market to bring them obscene profits!
This is how the specialists pull off the scam:
1. The specialists must first buy stocks at the lowest possible price, using one of the magic tricks of the market called short selling (selling stocks you don't yet own in the hopes that the price drops, so that you can purchase it back at a lower price; the difference between what you sold it for and what you purchased it back at is your profit)

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Old 11-04-2011, 01:05 AM
RobertPaulson RobertPaulson is offline
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Re: Buy stock market scam

I agree with edwards89, how can they "force" you to buy stocks over the phone?

Anyway, I think stocktrader6080 is absolutely right, why would anybody purchase stocks from cold callers? Simply never do it. Never, as the ground rule.

Cold calling is not the only scam people for which people fall. There is a very informative and entertaining article on StockTips.com that you should check out. The author makes a great job in explaining the stock market scams in a very funny way. Definitely read it

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Old 11-17-2011, 01:07 AM
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Re: Buy stock market scam

I think now buying in stock market is good at this time.


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