Simple steps to combat fraudsters

October 2016
Money Marketing;10/20/2016, p32
The article offers suggestions to investment advisors for preventing fraud transactions by being vigilant and preventing dangers of not checking client identity, checking errors in emails, and using established contact details for change in information.


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