This Is An Investor Alert on the Bogus site Boiler-Rooms.org
A report has been issued by the Financial Services Authority in London and several other Financial Regulators around the world.
They Warn Investors against dealing with anybody saying they are calling from Boiler-Rooms.org
The website www.Boiler-Rooms.org is a Fraudulent website looking to defraud people through charging Bogus legal fees in order to file a class action law suit against their broker.
It is also believed that their CEO is under Investigation by the FBI and a warrant for her arrest has been issued.
Investors have been targeted around the world by Boiler-Rooms.org in attempts to defraud them using a version of the Advanced Fee Fraud scam en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advance-fee_fraud.
There have been numerous complaints to the Consumer Complaints department in America about the Boiler-Rooms.org website.
The Consumer Complaints department in America has also issued an alert on the Bogus site and they say, "the perpetrators behind Boiler-Rooms.org, they use virtual identities and addresses and they play on the fears of their victims and convince them to send money to banks located in countries like Cyprus while claiming to be operating from the United States. They ask Investors that have lost money in stocks to send them money in order to cover legal and administrative expenses so they can file a class action law suit against their broker, but no work is ever carried out and the money is simply stolen.
Investors around the world being targeted by this Fraudulent advanced fraud scheme and are advised not to give out any personal information.
There have been a number of Fake recovery websites created recently and along with Boiler-Rooms.org. The websites EconomicFrauds.com PeopleAlliancecorp.com Investor-Alerts.org & FinancialFrauds.us are believed to be connected to the same group.
If contacted by Boiler-Rooms.org you should document as much information including name of the person that called you, any emails they have sent you and if you can - record any conversations on the phone, then Report them to your local authority.
Should they be successful in obtaining funds Fraudulently, contact the police and File A Report. You can also go to the Internet Crime Complaint Centre and report the fraud there.