Good news from Solar 350 this week as NASDAQ listed Chinese renewables investors gave the “green light” for two of our 100MW solar development projects in the S. Atacama desert, Chile. (You can learn more about this project in detail in our EIS Investors section here). Never satisfied, Solar 350’s MD Nick Dimmock set off on a mini trade mission to explore further opportunities for building renewable energy in Colombia and Panama. Read more
Like WRAP, the Diamond Recovery & Assistance Programme (DRAP) allows Members to make the very best from their investment, even if that investment turns out to be worth only a fraction of the price invested.
If the company does not appear on their list it is no guarantee that company is bona fide or that their intentions are genuine. Investor Protectors provides assistance in the form of “Broker Search” which will give you an informed and researched opinion on any company.
For more information on Broker Search please click here.
As part of a national call to action, entitled The Devil’s in Their Details, Action Fraud has teamed up with industry bodies including Financial Fraud Action UK (FFA UK), and regulators including the Financial Services Authority (FSA) to raise awareness amongst those at greatest risk of investment fraud.
Every year, £1.2 billion is lost to investment scams in the UK, with share sales, wine investments, land banking and carbon credits commonly used by fraudsters to target potential:
Investors. Anyone can become a victim of investment fraud, but you can reduce your risk if you follow this advice:
Never be rushed into an offer and always be on your guard against anyone trying to push you into a deal.
If you get a call out of the blue, be wary; if in doubt don’t be polite, just hang up.
Take the time to seek independent legal or financial advice before making a decision.