It’s said that for every legitimate investment platform there’s another one that serves to take unsuspecting victims’ money on the world wide web.
You can avoid being scammed online with these 4 tips.
Check with a Reputable Lawyer
It’s easy to just pass over an investment’s fine print without giving it a second thought, but it’s where frauds are at their strongest.
Fortunately, you can hire the services of a fraud attorney to make sure everything is true and legit, and that you can make money or benefit from the said investment. An investment attorney is well-versed in the matter, so when they say it’s dodgy and fishy then you shouldn’t sign the contract.
Check for Quick Profits and High Return Rate Promises
It’s easy to get attracted to ‘get rich quick’ schemes with the promise of earning thousands of dollars daily. However, it’s most likely a fraud and a compelling one at that.
The bottom line is, if an offer or investment sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Take them with a grain of salt, especially if it’s coupled with high-pressure sales.
Don’t Accept Unsolicited Offers
Unsolicited offers are offers and promotions that you receive even when you didn’t ask for them.
A good example is when you receive an online message, SMS or email on an investment that will make you a ‘millionaire’.
Other than sending the message straight to the recycle bin, you shouldn’t click on the links or reply to the message.
Do a Quick Online Search
Lastly, you’ll want to verify an investment’s authenticity by looking around the world wide web. If there are official channels and an official website with reviews, then it’s probably safe. However, if there’s nothing to be found online then it’s likely that you’re being offered an investment fraud.
Angela is a senior editor at Dreniq News. She has written for many famous news agencies.