When it sounds too good to be true, it usually is. Scam artists are waiting to steal your money.
By Joseph Snook
Today’s Scam-Artists, also referred to as Con-Artists are quickly evolving into tomorrow’s Scram Artists. A Scram Artist is someone who gains the trust of another and fraudulently relieves them of money or assets and attempts to stay under the authority’s radar by continuously moving or changing their identity.
Three key factors often overlooked that tremendously assist scam artists
Licensing, depending on the type of scam being conducted can create a false hope for the victim. The thought that if this “guy” is licensed, he is legit, is far too often accepted. Just because someone is licensed, doesn’t always mean they have your best interests in mind- they just might be out to steal, just like un-licensed crooks. Contracts can create loopholes within the system that can produce a financial disaster for victims who attempt to recover their losses. To make matters worse, the victim often spends more on legal fees than they have lost and recover absolutely nothing in the end. Corruption thrives in today’s society. Getting the “authorities” to enforce laws and help the victim has become quite the challenge. It’s not shocking to pick up a newspaper, watch the news or go online and find reports of so called “trusted officials” who get caught “red handed” for their involvement in financial scams.
Although Scam/Scram Artists continue to use their tools to prey on others at each new location they call home, there are technological advancements available that can greatly benefit the victim. The internet is abundant with a vast amount of information from consumers, bloggers and victims. Accessing information on the world-wide-web about people makes it much more difficult for Scammers over time. The US~Observer investigates and exposes Scammers, which has proven to be very effective in bringing losses and justice back to the victims.
Today, one thing is certain. Many innocent people have lost a lifetime of savings from these thieves or their associates. The US~Observer has exposed and helped bring Scammers to justice and we are continuing to do so. If you have any information regarding the people above, we urge you to contact us immediately. These people are running financial scams or they are known associates of financial Scammers/Scrammers. Help save others from becoming their next victim. Help their victims serve justice.
UPDATE: Jeff Lowrance is now out of prison after spending years behind bars for swindling hundreds, if not thousands of people out of millions.
UPDATE: Gary Douglas Holmes was forced to repay US~Observer clients’ investment dollars.
WARNING: If you are looking to invest money and you hear of some business/person who is offering the proverbial “Goldmine,” be very careful. Call the US~Observer at 541-474-7885 to have us check them out …