Nearly 11% of adult Americans fall victim to financial fraud every year. While there is no single criteria that means an investor will become a victim, there are several criteria that many victims of investment fraud have in common. Take our quiz to evaluate your risk.
Investment fraud can happen to anyone. Falling into the “high-risk” category does not automatically mean you will become a victim, just like scoring “low risk” does not mean that you will never be targeted. However, by understanding the criteria that investment fraud victims have in common, you can stay informed about your own risk level.
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