My name is mika. I am an investor in pre ipo shares in company based in united states of america. . my questions are: 1. May i understand somehow if these companies qttalk and scorpio performance are real working companies but not a phantom?! and because one of the president , he found new company in california he invite me shares of 1.50$/share for going public with pre ipo venture capital 2. Is this illegal ? How i can take if possible as well my money back? 3. Can i get claim in court for being fraud? 4. If you can explain me more details and special to be sure and safe. Thank you so much in advance. For hearing from you. With respect mika.+4 Other Responses
Forensic Accounting For Vineyard Operations
Our client is seeking an expert in finance who has experience with vineyards operations and grape sales experience, and corporate operations.
The selected expert will conduct forensic accounting to determine how much money the corporation has either spent or lost on specific items, calculate the damage to the corporation grape sales, loans made to and from the corporation, and to value the improvements the corporation made to an individual's properties.
Prior testifying experience is preferred, but not required.
Location: napa, ca or sonoma, ca+5 Other Responses
Im looking for experts on principle protection on a investment program in securities? What are laws that protect me?+5 Other Responses
Pet Food Industry
We need an pet food industry expert that can testify in the court on the matters include the traceability of pet food and pricing environment and market supply issues. Desirable qualifications would include the following:
• forensic accountant
• significant jury trial experience, with track record of success
• food / pet food experience a plus
• midwest connection a plus
• no daubert
• would be able to testify about and trace shipments from an ingredient supplier through a broker to a manufacturer.
• would be able to testify about the pricing environment and market supply issues.+5 Other Responses
I am a dissident shareholder (45%) of a private company that is being sold despite my opposition for about $10mm in milestone payments that i doubt i will ever see. I think the company/board (sole director that will be ceo after transaction) has misrepresented sale to other shareholders to get their support. Does this constitute securities fraud? Need legal expert advice for securities fraud /10b5 to support litigator who is not an expert in this area.+6 Other Responses
I have invested my money in some money scheme called defencex wich gives 2% of what you invested per day. Now the registrar of the bank applied at high court to freeze their accounts stating that the money scheme is conducting the work of banks. Does this mean i'm gonna loose all my money?They are going to court on the 25th of march. This money scheme is owned by chris******.+2 Other Responses
Investment Portfolio Construction
We are looking for an expert of financial investment portfolio construction, preferably with some experience on the madoff fraud, who is available to provide an opinion and potentially give evidence at a trial+5 Other Responses
Seeking highly recognized, forensic fraud experts with experience in fraud of any type within either federal departments and agencies and/or fortune 1000 business to provide deep insights into the subject and assess potential solutions.+22 Other Responses
Currency Exchange Fraud
We represent a defendant in a currency exchange fraud case in the san francisco chinese community. Our defendant was enticed to come into the office of what is now known to be a scam operation based on an ad in a chinese-language newspaper to the effect that she could earn money and be trained in a professional business. Before this, the defendant had worked in a restaurant. She was given phony training and, apparently, encourage to suggest to her friends that they come in for training. Though what exactly she said to them is disputed, they did invest and all lost their money, including defendant. We need an expert to offer an opinion regarding the operation of such scams.+9 Other Responses
We are a well established consulting firm based in the us that is conducting a research study amongst people who are influences/decision makers around e-commerce fraud across the industry.
We are looking to hold 30-45 minute interviews with professionals that fit the following spec:
- influences/decision makers around e-commerce fraud across industry -- they have to be influencers/ decision makers in e-commerce fraud e.G. Leading the e-commerce/fraud prevention department at a major online retailer/ retailer with a big online presence, airline or a bank or other related financial institution – basically any company/institution that deals with transactions via e-commerce
- c-suite level preferred, (top senior executives), but ideally will be influencers or decision makers. Titles could include cio, senior vp, executive vp, vp, managing director, director, etc. Or anyone that is leading the fraud prevention or e-commerce fraud department at a major institution
please include your background and experience within this area. Thank you.+undefined Other Responses
I am a journalist writing an article for a large uk-based publication that will look at the vulnerability of everyday objects that are now being built with technological and online capabilities; otherwise known as the 'internet of things'. The key to my piece is assessing what the most vulnerable internet of things technologies are in terms of exposing users to fraud (like identify theft, monitoring of their behaviour, accessing bank accounts where devices are linked to use-based spending, monitoring the geo-location of victims to make frauds more effective – say by email deception, understanding their consumer behaviour – again to make them targets for fraud attacks and scams, etc.). Would anyone have any knowledge on this topic and willing to speak with me?+5 Other Responses
Insurance Fraud Investigation
We're looking at making an investment in an investigative professional services firm that specializes in all aspects of insurance fraud investigations. I would like to have one or more experts answer some questions about the outlook for the fraud portion of the insurance industry and characteristics to look for in a desirable company. Further, i'd like to discuss valuation and industry comps.+28 Other Responses