All Press Releases for July 10, 2018

Wall Street Fraud Watchdog Now Appeals to an Insider with Proof a CEO is Lying to Their Shareholders About Profits or Liabilities to Call About Potentially Huge SEC Rewards and Being Anonymous

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is urging a manager at a publicly traded corporation to call them anytime at 866-714-6466 if the firm's CEO is lying to shareholders about profitability or liabilities. This type of information can produce huge rewards.

To be worthwhile the whistleblower should possess proof their employer is deliberately deceiving shareholders about profitability or serious liabilities as they would like to discuss anytime

    WASHINGTON, DC, July 10, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "We are urging an employee of a publicly traded company or an insider/analyst with proof the corporation's CEO is lying to shareholders about profitability or liabilities to call us anytime at 866-714-6466. The SEC has perhaps the best whistleblower reward program in the world. The most interesting feature of the SEC whistleblower program is it allows the whistleblower to remain anonymous-and to get rewarded. If we are talking about a bigger company the whistleblower rewards could be in the millions of dollars as we would like to explain." http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is specifically targeting mid-level managers-whistleblowers at a publicly traded bank, pharmaceutical company, a chemical company, regional or national home builder, a real estate developer, a retailer, a healthcare company, an auto maker, a technology company or a energy company. To be worthwhile the whistleblower should possess proof their employer is deliberately deceiving shareholders about profitability or serious liabilities as they would like to discuss anytime at 866-714-6466. http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

Examples of the types of Whistleblowers the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog would like to help get rewarded:

* A real estate developer has not been honest with investors/shareholders about retail shopping center investments, or apartment development profitability.

* A chemical company is selling a consumer product that causes cancer and management is withholding this information from shareholders-or general public.

* A drug maker is not informing consumers about serious side effects of one of their pharmaceutical products.

* A retailer is not being honest with investors about quarterly sales or revenues.

* A bank or financial services company has added just administrative fees without notifying their clients.

* An automobile or truck manufacturer has withheld vital consumer information that relate to fires, airbag deployment, or losing control of the vehicle because of stabilizer bar issues.

* A defense contractor is billing the Department of Defense for equipment that does not work properly or for inflated fuel, transportation, food or logistics costs.

* An oil or gas development company has failed to notify the EPA about an oil spill, or environmental damage that will cost millions of dollars to fix-or repair.

According to the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog, "Many to most publicly traded companies have their dirty little secrets that if revealed would have an immediate impact on the stock's price per share and shareholder trust in senior management. To successfully navigate your way to the SEC whistleblower reward you will need extremely skilled attorneys and we can help with that.

"As we would like to discuss with a person with information about their employer's dirty little secrets-we can also typically help them buildout their-information-so they get a more significant whistleblower reward. If you possess this type of information about a publicly traded company, please call us at 866-714-6466 for confidential conversation about the value of your information. Why sit on a potentially Mega Million Dollar Lotto ticket without ever knowing what it might have been worth? http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

For a recent example of a company accused of misleading statements please review the CNN/Money News article from February 2018.

For information about recent SEC whistleblower rewards please review their website on this topic:

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Thomas Martin
Wall Street Fraud Watchdog
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