The scammers may be promoting the shares, then selling them to gullible investors in what’s called a “pump-and-dump” scheme, the
“Investors considering investing in a heavily touted, thinly traded company should question why a total stranger would tell them about a really great investment opportunity,”
Finra didn’t name any potentially fraudulent companies. The regulator recommended that investors do their own research.
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