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Fraude en inversiones

Cada año, los residentes de Colorado son estafados con millones de dólares a través de vatios tipos de fraude en inversiones. El fraude en inversiones toma muchas formas, incluidos los esquemas de pirámide o de tipo Ponzi, esquemas de inversión de petróleo y gas, las estafas de restauración y venta de casas, y otros. La Unidad Contra el Fraude Bursátil [o de compraventa de valores bursátiles], la cual es parte de la Procuraduría General de Colorado, maneja los casos de fraude de inversión. Estos casos generalmente involucran el procesamiento de individuos que solicitan y reciben dinero de inversionistas, el cual está destinado a esquemas de inversiones que no están reguladas por otras agencias gubernamentales.

Aquellos que buscan llevar a acabo crímenes de inversiones suelen atacar a nuestra población de personas de edad avanzada; y el resultado – la pérdida de fondos de retiro y ahorros de toda una vida –, puede ser desastroso. Además, debido a la inminente explosión de retiros de la generación de la posguerra o babyboom, el riesgo de pérdidas sigue aumentando. La Unidad Contra el Fraude Bursátil ha ingresado recientemente en otras áreas, entre ellas, el área del fraude relacionado con inversiones en dispensarios de marihuana.

A la Procuradora General de Colorado se le ha otorgado la autoridad de procesar agresivamente las violaciones criminales que estén relacionadas con el fraude bursátil y de inversiones. La Procuraduría General es conocida en todo el estado por su experiencia en asuntos de fraude bursátil, y trabaja con muchos casos complejos. La unidad investiga, incrimina –cuando sea necesario–, y procesa las violaciones de fraude en inversiones en el estado de manera independiente. La Unidad Contra el Fraude Bursátil a menudo utiliza al Gran Jurado Estatal para estos casos sofisticados y complejos. La Unidad Contra el Fraude Bursátil colabora estrechamente con la División de Títulos Valores de Colorado (Colorado Division of Securities) y agencias policiales para procesar estos crímenes.

It's Your Business

While scammers often victimize individual consumers, criminals have found many ways to exploit unsuspecting businesses of all types.  From small local shops to large corporations, scams affecting businesses range from stealing a business’s identity, exploitation of personal and sensitive customer data, to fraudulent invoices and false business registration and renewal scams.  

No matter how simple or complex the scam, falling victim can have long-lasting and devastating effects on businesses.  From financial woes, reduced customer base, to unintended legal consequences, understanding scams targeting businesses and taking precautionary measures to protect your business greatly reduce your chances of becoming a fraud victim.

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