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FPN Launches New Offerings to Tackle Fraud

Jul 31, 2013

Fraud Protection Network (FPN) has announced that it will launch a new line of services for its clients. As a part of FPN's Consumer and Investment Fraud Protection Services department, Fraudbuster Reports will provide in-depth analysis and due diligence to identify fraudulent investment schemes and scams that target consumers and investors. With more than 30 million cases of fraud reported across the U.S. in 2012, these services will provide much-needed protection against financial losses for FPN clients. Fraudbuster Reports will provide a comprehensive range of information for potential investors on companies located within the U.S. Data collected and distributed through these advanced reports will include the following: Consumer Protections: ►Identity and background confirmation to determine the authenticity of people and companies ►License and licensee research to ascertain licensing status with federal and state agencies ►Complaint investigations to identify problem companies before money changes hands ►Reference checks to identify fraudulent companies ►Personal account executive to manage all aspects of consumer protection Investor Protections: ►Review of financial disclosures to identify bankruptcies, liens, judgments, encumbrances and other legal issues ►Research and monitoring of brokers to ensure proper licensing, compliance with federal and state regulations and any complaints or arbitrations on the brokerage record ►Employment history and licensing reviews for added background on investment companies Reference checks for added protection against fraudsters ►Also includes all protections and features of the Consumer Protection package This vital information will help FPN provide advance warning regarding potential investments and purchases before clients invest in these questionable companies or products. "Fraudbuster Reports will help consumers and investors make more educated decisions in the national marketplace," said Raul Martinez, COO of FPN.
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