Saturday, October 15, 2011

Real Estate Frauds

There is another new scheme going around today about selling real properties in hot offers. Since real estate properties are one great investment, many people, particularly who are just starting to invest and save just grab the chance of owning real estate especially if it is offered in great discounted prices and are sold at payment schemes that seem so light to the customer’s budget. Payments that require down payments and low monthly amortizations are what most people buy. Though there are legal and real estate offers like these, there are criminals out there who use these things to cheat people.

Real Estate telephone marketers will call you and offer you real estate deals and would require you to pay down payments so that you will be able to get the best offers by being the “first” buyer. These are professional criminals who know techniques of making people believe and buy what they are saying. They know when to bluff and get you into the hook without you noticing it.

But being aware that such schemes happen can help guard you against such crimes. If you are aware that this fraud happens, you will at least be protecting yourself by being alert when you receive a call of this kind. You can also spread the word to your family and friends so that they too will be careful in making real estate transactions.

When you receive the call, hang up. If you happen to have received and talked to the telemarketer, keep your guards up and do not give out any personal information and personal numbers to the caller. Get the number and verify it via The site can provide you all the details you need about the phone number. Once you have the information you need, report the incident to the police and FTC. They can help you deal with the criminal appropriately. Also share your experience with others via Phone number reviews.

Investing can be a really great thing. It is great indeed! But be very careful where you invest your money. Think very carefully and always see all the pros and cons. Do not be easily swayed by sweet talks and promises. Invest wisely. Investigate offers if they are genuine or bogus before dishing out your money.

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