The Dictionary of Financial Scam Terms©: The truth vs. the scam

 

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The Dictionary of Financial Scam Terms©

is a free on line dictionary of financial terms as they are misused by con artists to lure investors into

fraudulent money making schemes.

An invaluable tool for investors, law enforcement, attorneys, financial advisors, investigators, auditors, and anyone who wants to ensure that they are not the target of a smooth talker,

the Dictionary of Financial Scam Terms© 

is written by Annie McGuire, a woman caught in the web of a 

High-Yield Investment Program fraud for over a year, and is

a no-holds-barred exposť of the ways and means of financial fraud.

  

 

- "He is so sure of himself."

- "He sure knows a hell of a lot more about banking than I do!"

- "He knows so much about bank documents and I don't even know what questions to ask."

- "He warned me that bankers would deny the existence of any such investment, and he was right.  They want to keep it a big secret!"

- "I gotta' go by what he says, 'cause I can't seem get any real answers anywhere else."

- "He's made a lot of money, so he must know what he's talking about."

                       

Well ... maybe he does, AND MAYBE HE DOESN'T.

 

NOW YOU DON'T HAVE TO WONDER.

YOU CAN BE INFORMED.

YOU CAN KNOW WHAT QUESTIONS TO ASK.

YOU CAN KNOW WHAT ANSWERS YOU SHOULD RECEIVE.

 

The Dictionary of Financial Scam Terms© explains the uses of bank documents, how they are processed, how they are obtained, how much they are worth, and if and when they can be traded.

 

Find out about Bank Guarantees, Prime Banks, Debentures, Letters of Credit (LC's), Standby Letters of Credit (SLC's), Medium Term Notes (MTN's), High-Yield Investment Programs, Self-Liquidating Loans, and a slew of other financial and quasi-financial terms you will read about on the Internet, hear about over the phone, and listen about at financial seminars.

 

 

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