Not all multi-level marketing (MLM) ventures are fraudulent. Some do actually add value to a consumer's life and offer a good way for people to earn extra money in the comfort of their own homes. However, MLM can also be used for nefarious purposes, wherein a person takes money from consumers without living up to his or her end of the sales transactions. To protect yourself, The Balance recommends looking for the following red flags before getting involved in an MLM.
In any case dealing with investments in Houston, the potential of sustaining losses is ever-present. Many may say that is simply the price one pays for delving into the investment market. Yet when people invest funds, they typically do so for a very specific purpose. That purpose is typically proposed by their investment brokers, and the exchange of monies only occurs under the condition that the funds be used for those specified goals. Any other use of the money could potentially constitute fraud on the part of the broker.
Not every challenge you come across in a business deal is confined to your contract. The situation that leads up to you signing the contract is sometimes just as important legally as the document itself. At the Kruckemeyer Law Firm we often encounter confusion regarding this subject.
If you’re having a hard time keeping up with mortgage payments in Houston, you may be interested in a home modification loan. While these loans can help you lower your mortgage payments, you should also be aware of common frauds targeting individuals in a tough financial spot. The Federal Trade Commission explains different tactics and how you recognize a potential issue.
Being the victim of fraud can put a lot of things at risk for a company. One type of fraud that is becoming a bigger and bigger problem lately in the business world is payments fraud. This is underscored by the results of a survey by The Association for Financial Professionals.