About Financial Fraud

Are you aware of any financial fraud? Work with us to report to the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) and CFTC (Commodities Futures & Trading Commission) Whistleblower Programs. This can display itself as any scam resulting from stocks, investments, and other financial situations that generally involve presenting incorrect information to investors or decision-makers that would lead them to make a decision in the scammer’s financial favor. Some examples are:

  • Investor fraud
  • Foreign bribery
  • Ponzi/pyramid schemes
  • Misleading financial disclosures
  • Pump and dump
  • Corporate tax evasion
  • Accounting fraud (GAAP)
  • And more

Under this sector, your claim and anonymity can be protected under the U.S Securities and Exchanges Commission. Speak to our experts today to see if your case can qualify you for a financial reward.

Deceptive Non-GAAP Accounting

The SEC has stepped up its enforcement of public companies’ misleading use of non-GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles) financial measures. These measures are susceptible to abuse, and they can distort financial statements and mislead investors.

The SEC has established an internal task force to investigate public companies’ use of misleading non-GAAP financial measures, and their internal controls around the calculation of non-GAAP financial measures.

Some of the largest settlements to date have been:

Merrill Lynch
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Bank of New York Mellon
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JP Morgan Chase
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For these cases, millions in rewards have been paid to the Whistleblowers. Do you have valuable information that can lead to exposing financial fraud? Meet with our experts today, for a free and confidential review of your allegations