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Category: SEC Advisory

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SEC permanent cease-and-desist vs Kapa – Identify scheme red flags

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#AskGeri – KAPA “Investments” Just last week, I received a question (via Rich Money Hacks Facebook page) from an avid reader who’s also a concerned citizen to his friends. He was asking whether I was familiar with Kapa Investments, offering 30% compounded monthly returns (yup, you read it right, not per annum but 30% monthly…
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PhilCrowd Gets SEC Approval as FilFund Microfinance Corp

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In Sep 23, we wrote about the SEC advisory on PhilCrowd. The crowdfunding group also provided their reply on the said advisory. The good news is, a few months after the said advisory, PhilCrowd was able to secure the SEC certificate of incorporation as Filfund Microfinance Corporation. This then paves the way for the crowdfunding…
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SEC Issues Advisory on PhilCrowd.com Crowdfunding

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07Mar2019 Update: PhilCrowd gets SEC approval. Read more here. The Philippines’ Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued an advisory on PhilCrowd last September 7, 2018, but it circulated on social media just last week. SEC is the governing body when it comes to companies (all companies must be registered under SEC). Likewise, it also governs…
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SEC Issues Advisory on Organico Agribusiness Crowdfunding

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23Sep2018 Update: SEC has also issued an advisory on PhilCrowd. Read more here. 29Jul2018 Update: Read comments on FarmOn Cycle 19 Opening for updates on FarmOn SEC registration. 29Jul2018 Update: See comments section below on the SEC registration of Organico and their supposed explanation about the investment license. Still, caveat emptor. ORGANICO Last month, the Securities…
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Double Your Money in 12 Days – SEC Issues Warning vs Pluggle Inc

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High guaranteed returns should be a red flag for pyramiding, because if the issuer cannot guarantee the promised high returns, they may instead get this from the investments of new members. SEC registration is not enough. There has to be a permit to solicit investments! Downlines pa more!

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