What is an

Investment Scam?

When you receive unsolicited messages from persons claiming to be stock brokers, employees of banks or financial companies on your social networking sites such as Facebook, WeChat or Line, be wary.

Responding to such messages may leave you vulnerable to an Investment Scam. Fraudsters will ask for your personal details such as NRIC and passport number, supposedly for an investment form....

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Investment Scam: I couldn't get back my deposit after I decided not to trade

16 Aug 2017

By Anonymous

This ad was published in yahoo.com.sg. Under the main page. It's called Blaze Trading, promising good returns with an initial deposit of USD250. Once you registered, in...

I lost $14,000 for trading at this platform

Company forged my signature to authorise bank transfer

I've lost USD2,000 to an Investment scam

Do background checks before investing in a company!

Beware of dubious online advertisements

Beware of people who befriend you on social media