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Complaint Review: Lion Exchange Thomas Carter CEO Capital Window

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  • Submitted: Thu, January 10, 2013
  • Updated: Tue, February 05, 2013

  • Reported By: J J Boils — San Diego California United States of America
Lion Exchange Thomas Carter CEO Capital Window
110 West C Street Vista, California United States of America

Lion Exchange Thomas Carter CEO Capital Window Flunky, High School Drop Out, DOUCHE BAG, TOTAL TOOL Vista, California

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: NOTHING IN THIS POSTING IS TRUE.

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Here are some tips to help you steer clear of investment scams.Don't judge a book by its cover. Salespeople are trained to be professional and charismatic. Con artists are salespeople, too; they just happen to also be criminals. They depend on you to be polite and to not interrupt them, hang up on them or delete their email.Educate yourself. Scams succeed mostly with people who have little investment experience or knowledge. Consult a professional financial adviser. Consult your friends and family. While you're starry-eyed with the potential profit at your fingertips, others are more likely to have an objective viewpoint.Trust only professional, licensed brokers and sales agents.Don't trust "top-secret insider information" and "hot tips."Don't rush to invest after receiving a single phone call, attending a single seminar, or meeting with the salesperson a single time. However exciting the prospect may be, do not "act now" or "act before it's too late."Ask the salesperson for a prospectus, a breakdown of the investment's procedures, risks and potential.Don't trust the "high returns, no risk" guarantee. An investment is a risk, just like playing roulette (but hopefully with better odds). No investment is a sure thing.Don't trust a salesperson who tells you not to tell anyone about the investment. Always question "secret" investment opportunities.Research every investment opportunity. Investigate the company, the product, the security, and/or thestock. Use resources available at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and the Securities and Exchange Commission to investigate the company and/or salesperson. If you are thinking of investing in a company not registered with the SEC, make sure you conduct a thorough background check on the company.Take extra precautions when presented with an overseas investment opportunity.Steer clear of opportunities that claim to be tax-free investments. Investment returns, like all legitimate ways to make money, are subject to taxes.When you make an investment, make the check payable to a company, never an individual salesperson.After making an investment, examine your investment reports and make sure no unauthorized transactions are being conducted.Ask questions of your adviser/broker/sales agent. Get answers. If your financial adviser or broker is slow to respond, gives vague answers, or denies your requests to withdraw money from the investment when you have a right to do so, contact the authorities.Don't sign anything you don't understand. Have a lawyer review any contracts you are asked to sign.Be wary of very quick returns on an investment. Scammers often lure cautious investors by sending a few small payments early on to encourage them to invest more.If you are the victim of a scam, the best thing you can do is report it. Scammers depend on your uncertainty and embarrassment at being swindled to keep the scam going. Don't be embarrassed -- even the best get taken. If there's a time not to sit around and feel ashamed, it's when you suspect you're getting robbed blind.If you'd like to learn more about investment scams, you can follow the links on the next page.WHAT WAS THAT NIGERIAN SCAM YOU MENTIONED?A deeply troubled official of the Nigerian government e-mails you. He wants to transfer several million dollars into your bank account so that he can leave Nigeria with his fortune undetected. As a reward for your help, he'll give you a large portion of the money. All you have to do is give him your banking information, including your account number. And of course you have to send him a small fee to cover the costs of the transfer -- consider it an investment in both your futures.PrintCiteFeedback

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NOTHING IN THIS POSTING IS TRUE.

AUTHOR: Thomas Carter - (United States of America)

 I am Thomas Carter and I am responding to this posting because nothing in it is true about me or any company I have been involved with. This posting is just standardized investment advice and it was posting to make it look as though the anonymous author had information about myself or companies I have been involved with. I have never been involved with any investment scams or offered tax free investments or Nigerian investment scams. There is nothing in this posting that has anything to do with myself or any company I am or have been involved with.
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