Understand the Risks and Rewards with an OTC Lawyer
We provide all-inclusive services related to OTC market compliance. Offering
comprehensive legal counsel for companies that aim to get their stocks
quoted on the pink stock exchange, or already there. Our attorneys stay
abreast of regulatory changes and trends in the over-the-counter stocks
industry. Take advantage of our experience in working with small to mid-size
publicly traded companies. Get in touch with us to learn more about our
services for Microcap Securities.
On the United States stock markets, a publicly traded company that has
a market value somewhere between $50 million and $300 million is considered
a microcap security. As they are not measured as large, or even medium
sized, corporations, microcap securities are traded almost exclusively
on the over-the-counter bulletin board (OTCBB) with other “penny
stock” companies. Just like any stocks quoted on the pink sheets,
there is typically a great potential for gain if the business grows and
an equally likely chance of total loss should it collapse.
If you are thinking of investing in a new business, a company potentially
on the rise, or any other microcap security, you need to be aware of the
risks and rewards of the process. To learn more,
contact an OTC attorney from the Securities Compliance Group today!
Sound Legal Advice from a Team with Experience
Any time you are going to delve into trading stocks and investing in other
companies, you need to take the right steps to ensure you are leaving
nothing to chance. OTC markets in particular can cause complicated legal
issues if not every step is followed to exact specifications. When you
consult a professional OTC lawyer from our firm, you can expect clear
and concise results that benefit you and your business. We are also proud
to say that we have earned the respect of both our clients and our peers,
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Defend Yourself from Fraudulent Microcap Securities
Most small, pink sheet stocks do not need to report to the Securities and
Exchange Commission (SEC) on a regular basis, or at all. Furthermore,
even though they are publically traded, they have no obligation to post
any of their records and information to any sort of public forum. For
the most part, microcap securities are simply too small to be bothered
with these compliances.
There are, however, scammers that intentionally mislead potential investors
to try to make a quick dollar and disappear. Tools fraudulent traders
frequently use to trick, cheat, or deceive others include:
- Falsified profit margins
- Illegitimate or untruthful press releases
- Multiple identities on the OTCBB
- Fraudulent offshore stocks
Make the Wise Decision with an OTC Attorney Today
In order to avoid a microcap security scam, you need to be able to identify
the warning signs. The professionals at the Securities Compliance Group
have been handling SEC and business law cases for 10 years. Our history
and experience have given us a keen insight on what is the truth and what
is just falsified information disguised as a beneficial investment.
If you have already been scammed by a risky microcap security, however,
you can still take action and seek legal recourse with our team. Reporting
the unlawful actions of another trader requires specifically filed petitions
and forms with the SEC. Most scammers rely on the complications of the
system to deter their victims from pursuing restitution. You do not need
to worry about the details – let us handle them and protect your assets.
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