Fraud: How To Avoid Investment Scams That Target Groups
- Affinity fraud refers
scams that prey upon members of identifiable groups, such as religious
or ethnic communities, the elderly, or professional groups. The
who promote affinity scams frequently are - or pretend to be - members
of the group. They often enlist respected community or religious
from within the group to spread the word about the scheme, by
those people that a fraudulent investment is legitimate and worthwhile.
Many times, those leaders become unwitting victims of the fraudster's
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