Wall Street Fraud Watchdog Now Offers EB-5 Visa Applicants Affordable Due Diligence Service
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is now offering an unsurpassed due diligence service for EB-5 Visa applicants that is designed to ensure the investment is not a get rich quick scheme on the part of a regional center. At the same time, they are offering to work directly with the EB-5 Visa applicant to make certain […]
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is now offering an unsurpassed due diligence service for EB-5 Visa applicants that is designed to ensure the investment is not a get rich quick scheme on the part of a regional center. At the same time, they are offering to work directly with the EB-5 Visa applicant to make certain they do not overpay for legal services associated with the EB-5 Visa program.
According to the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog: “It is very possible a regional center promoting an investment opportunity to a EB-5 Visa investment to a person from China, India, Korea, Eastern Europe, the Middle East or South/Central America will not be completely honest with the investor. In many instances, it is likely the regional center will embellish to make it sound like their investment is too good to be true, or it will produce a significant return on investment. Furthermore-why pay a $50,000 ‘finders-fee’ or ‘broker fee’ when the investment and broker are all one in the same?
“If a EB-5 Visa applicant or applicants care about the quality of the investment they are being offered please call us anytime at 866-714-6466 and let’s talk about the goal and or expectation for the investment. We do not work for a regional center nor are we captive to a law firm. Our due diligence service is designed to protect EB-5 Visa applicants and their money.”
Note from the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog – “If the apartment building industry uses the word ‘moderate’ in a forecast for 2017, investors should pause.”
For information about a recent settlement involving EB-5 Visa investor fraud please refer to a news article titled Raymond James Settles For $145.5 Million With Jay Peak Receiver.
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is concerned US based law firms with offices in China, Central America, the Middle East or in Europe could be more interested in legal fee generation for the law firm-than a high quality outcome for a EB-5 Visa applicant. At the same time, they are not confident all regional centers have a make sense investment product for the EB-5 Visa applicant. Their initiative is all about protecting the EB-5 Visa program applicant and their money with their affordable due diligence services. “Why settle for less?”
(Source: Wall Street Fraud Watchdog)