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I couldn't find your old number and Tammy says this is the new one. Anyway, remember that hot stock exchange guy that I'm dating?
He gave my father that stock tip on the company that went from under a buck to like three bucks in two weeks and you were mad I didn't call you? This new company is supposed to be like the next really hot clothing thing. It's at like 50 cents and it's going up to like 5 or 6 bucks this week so get as much as you can. My Dad and I are buying a bunch tomorrow and I already called Kelly and Ron too. Bye." If you get a message like this, it's not a wrong number at all. No other Stock Broker has given you back to back wins.
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Our mission is to listen intently to our clients, to understand their business goals and develop a strategy and a uniquely designed, comprehensive marketing plan.They are hoping you can be tricked into buying some too, as they stand to gain by selling their shares if the stock price rises because gullible investors buy. And look out for a fax transmission that says, "Will you please put your cell phone on. I have a stock for you that will triple in price just like the last stock I gave you did. Either call me, or call Linda to place the new trade. Many fraudsters rely on Internet chat room sites or spammed investment newsletters to promote companies, but at the SEC we're beginning to hear more and more reports of the phony misdialed number and misdirected email scams.Once these fraudsters sell their shares and stop hyping the stock, the price typically falls and investors lose their money. So what should you do if you get one of these messages?The message is designed to sound as if the speaker didn't realize that he or she was leaving the hot tip on the wrong machine.Maybe the message sounds like this: "Hey Tracy, it's Debbie.