August 4, 2014

Video: How to Recognize a Free Lunch Investment Seminar Scam

More than 6 million Americans age 55 and older have attended a free-lunch investment seminar. But many of these so-called seminars are actually sales presentations, where the attendees are often pressured into making unsuitable—or even fraudulent—investments. If you, or a friend, neighbor or relative accepts an invitation to one, make sure you all know which red flags to look out for before you go. (<3 a="" finra="" from="" href="" min.="">

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