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#366596 by Shafted Thu Jun 07, 2018 4:26 pm
Hi to everyone. Noticed your website for a while. I got taken about two years ago on a stock market scam for a not insignificant amount of money. However I keep getting calls and emails from companies offering to recover my investment or buy my shares as part of a takeover. Always for a fee, of course :roll:

Recently one of the companies that contacted me is fdxcapitalllc.com and you have picked them up on your website - GOOD WORK :bowdown:

However now another company is contacting me and they seem to be the same as FDX they are even using the same names. They are watermarksecuritiesinc.com

On the surface they seem legitimate but their website was only registered last month and I nearly fell for their story :shock:

So I would appreciated if you could investigate this site, no one ever answers the phone and they keep calling me to say if I am not part of the latest takeover offer I will lose everything. Unfortunately I still have some hope that my investment will come good, but seems to be fool's gold :oops:
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#366614 by AlanJones Thu Jun 07, 2018 11:32 pm
It's a scam - anyone who contacts you about this "investment" is a scammer. Unfortunately, you are now on a "suckers list" and will be constantly contacted by either the same scammer or others that the have sold your details on to trying to steal more from you.

From the fake website watermarksecuritiesinc.com:
Watermark Securities, Inc

WE ARE LOCATED AT
HEAD OFFICE:
900 THIRD AVENUE
NEW YORK, NY 10022
CALL US ON
+1-212-401-6183
LEAVE A MESSAGE
[email protected]


From the WhoIs:
Creation Date: 2018-05-02T08:35:59Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2020-05-02T08:35:59Z

Registrant Name: Registration Private
Registrant Organization: Domains By Proxy, LLC


Anonymously registered a little over a month ago.

Please do not tell scammers that they are listed here - it will take them seconds to change their fake details and their new details will not be listed for any future victims to find.
#366620 by Shafted Fri Jun 08, 2018 12:21 am
Thank You Alan for confirming my suspicions because they say that they are registered with the financial authorities but I think they are just copying a real company.
#366655 by Terminator5 Fri Jun 08, 2018 2:50 am
Scam Stolen Identity from a Brokerage Firm , Claiming to be a Regulatory Authority



Stolen Identity New York Corporation
DOS ID #: 1556301



https://watermarksecuritiesinc.com/



Our business is taking care of your business



Professional and Independent Financial Consulting with a Global Presence.

Watermark Securities, Inc is one of The largest independent international financial consultancy, providing expert advice to expatriate clients and investors around the globe. Our commitment to deliver premier, custom built advice to each of our clients ensures that we help them create value and wealth in an otherwise competitive marketplace.

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Headquartered in New York City – Watermark Securities, Inc commenced it’s operations in New York in 2002. Our mission is simple. We strive to seek out and suggest financial services that suit the needs of our client base, while providing them timely advise with an emphasis on medium to long term investments. This is extremely beneficial and paramount in protecting savings and pensions when living overseas. It is expected that every client will have differing specific needs on precisely what their investment should do for them. Watermark Securities understand this. Hence the reason we carefully consider and recommend to our clients tailor made options that have the potential create extraordinary returns.



Mergers and Acquisitions:

Mergers and acquisitions and corporate restructuring are a big part of the corporate finance world. Every day, Wall Street investment bankers arrange Watermark Securities, Inc transactions, which bring separate companies together to form larger ones. When they’re not creating big companies from smaller ones, corporate finance deals do the reverse and break up companies through spinoffs, carve-outs or tracking stocks.31

Not surprisingly, these actions often make the news. Deals can be worth hundreds of millions, or even billions, of dollars. They can dictate the fortunes of the companies involved for years to come. For a CEO, Watermark Securities, Inc can represent the highlight of a whole career. And it is no wonder we hear about so many of these transactions; they happen all the time. Next time you flip open the newspaper’s business section, odds are good that at least

one headline will announce some kind of Watermark Securities, Inc transaction.

Sure, Watermark Securities, Inc deals grab headlines, but what does this all mean to investors? To answer this question, this tutorial discusses the forces that drive companies to buy or merge with others, or to split-off or sell parts of their own businesses. Once you know the different ways in which these deals are executed, you’ll have a better idea of whether you should cheer or weep when a company you own buys another company – or is bought by one. You will also be aware of the tax consequences for companies and for investors.

Mergers and Acquisitions:

One plus one makes three: this equation is the special alchemy of a merger or an acquisition. The key principle behind buying a company is to create shareholder value over and above that of the sum of the two companies. Two companies together are more valuable than two separate companies – at least, that’s the reasoning behind Watermark Securities, Inc.

This rationale is particularly alluring to companies when times are tough. Strong companies will act to buy other companies to create a more competitive, cost-efficient company. The companies will come together hoping to gain a greater market share or to achieve greater efficiency. Because of these potential benefits, target companies will often agree to be purchased when they know they cannot survive alone.

Distinction between Mergers and Acquisitions

Although they are often uttered in the same breath and used as though they were synonymous, the terms merger and acquisition mean slightly different things.

When one company takes over another and clearly established itself as the new owner, the purchase is called an acquisition. From a legal point of view, the target company ceases to exist, the buyer “swallows” the business and the buyer’s stock continues to be traded.

In the pure sense of the term, a merger happens when two firms, often of about the same size, agree to go forward as a single new
company rather than remain separately owned and operated. This kind of action is more precisely referred to as a “merger of equals.” Both companies’ stocks are surrendered and new company stock is issued in its place. For example, both Daimler-Benz and Chrysler ceased to exist when the two firms merged, and a new company, DaimlerChrysler, was created.

synergy

Synergy is the magic force that allows for enhanced cost efficiencies of the new business. Synergy takes the form of revenue enhancement and cost savings. By merging, the companies hope to benefit from the following:
•Staff reductions – As every employee knows, mergers tend to mean job losses. Consider all the money saved from reducing the number of staff members from accounting, marketing and other departments. Job cuts will also include the former CEO, who typically leaves with a compensation package.
•Economies of scale – Yes, size matters. Whether it’s purchasing stationery or a new corporate IT system, a bigger company placing the orders can save more on costs. Mergers also translate into improved purchasing power to buy equipment or office supplies – when placing larger orders, companies have a greater ability to negotiate prices with their suppliers.
•Acquiring new technology – To stay competitive, companies need to stay on top of technological developments and their business applications. By buying a smaller company with unique technologies, a large company can maintain or develop a competitive edge.
•Improved market reach and industry visibility – Companies buy companies to reach new markets and grow revenues and earnings. A merge may expand two companies’ marketing and distribution, giving them new sales opportunities. A merger can also improve a company’s standing in the investment community: bigger firms often have an easier time raising capital than smaller ones.

That said, achieving synergy is easier said than done – it is not automatically realized once two companies merge. Sure, there ought to be economies of scale when two businesses are combined, but sometimes a merger does just the opposite. In many cases, one and one add up to less than two.

Sadly, synergy opportunities may exist only in the minds of the corporate leaders and the deal makers. Where there is no value to be created, the CEO and investment bankers – who have much to gain from a successful Watermark Securities, Inc deal – will try to create an image of enhanced value. The market, however, eventually sees through this and penalizes the company by assigning it a discounted share price. We’ll talk more about why Watermark Securities, Inc may fail in a later section of this tutorial.

varieties of mergers

From the perspective of business structures, there is a whole host of different mergers. Here are a few types, distinguished by the relationship between the two companies that are merging:
•Horizontal merger – Two companies that are in direct competition and share the same product lines and markets.
•Vertical merger – A customer and company or a supplier and company. Think of a cone supplier merging with an ice cream maker.
•Market-extension merger – Two companies that sell the same products in different markets.
•Product-extension merger – Two companies selling different but related products in the same market.
•Conglomeration – Two companies that have no common business areas.

There are two types of mergers that are distinguished by how the merger is financed. Each has certain implications for the companies involved and for investors:

Purchase Mergers – As the name suggests, this kind of merger occurs when one company purchases another. The purchase is made with cash or through the issue of some kind of debt instrument; the sale is taxable.

Acquiring companies often prefer this type of merger because it can provide them with a tax benefit. Acquired assets can be written-up to the actual purchase price, and the difference between the book value and the purchase price of the assets can depreciate annually, reducing taxes payable by the acquiring company. We will discuss this further in part four of this tutorial.

Consolidation Mergers – With this merger, a brand new company is formed and both companies are bought and combined under the new entity. The tax terms are the same as those of a purchase merger.

As you can see, an acquisition may be only slightly different from a merger. In fact, it may be different in name only. Like mergers, acquisitions are actions through which companies seek economies of scale, efficiencies and enhanced market visibility. Unlike all mergers, all acquisitions involve one firm purchasing another – there is no exchange of stock or consolidation as a new company. Acquisitions are often congenial, and all parties feel satisfied with the deal. Other times, acquisitions are more hostile.

In an acquisition, as in some of the merger deals we discuss above, a company can buy another company with cash, stock or a combination of the two. Another possibility, which is common in smaller deals, is for one company to acquire all the assets of another company. Company X buys all of Company Y’s assets for cash, which means that Company Y will have only cash (and debt, if they had debt before). Of course, Company Y becomes merely a shell and will eventually liquidate or enter another area of business.

Another type of acquisition is a reverse merger, a deal that enables a private company to get publicly-listed in a relatively short time period. A reverse merger occurs when a private company that has strong prospects and is eager to raise financing buys a publicly-listed shell company, usually one with no business and limited assets. The private company reverse merges into the public company, and together they become an entirely new public corporation with tradable shares.

Regardless of their category or structure, all mergers and acquisitions have one common goal: they are all meant to create synergy that makes the value of the combined companies greater than the sum of the two parts. The success of a merger or acquisition depends on whether this synergy is achieved.

mergers and acquisitions: conclusion

One size doesn’t fit all. Many companies find that the best way to get ahead is to expand ownership boundaries through mergers and acquisitions. For others, separating the public ownership of a subsidiary or business segment offers more advantages. At least in theory, mergers create synergies and economies of scale, expanding operations and cutting costs. Investors can take comfort in the idea that a merger will deliver enhanced market power.

By contrast, de-merged companies often enjoy improved operating performance thanks to redesigned management incentives. Additional capital can fund growth organically or through acquisition. Meanwhile, investors benefit from the improved information flow from de-merged companies.

Watermark Securities, Inc come in all shapes and sizes, and investors need to consider the complex issues involved in Watermark Securities, Inc. The most beneficial form of equity structure involves a complete analysis of the costs and benefits associated with the deals.

Let’s recap what we learned in this tutorial:
•A merger can happen when two companies decide to combine into one entity or when one company buys another. An acquisition always involves the purchase of one company by another.
•The functions of synergy allow for the enhanced cost efficiency of a new entity made from two smaller ones – synergy is the logic behind mergers and acquisitions.
•Acquiring companies use various methods to value their targets. Some of these methods are based on comparative ratios – such as the P/E and P/S ratios – replacement cost or discounted cash flow analysis.
•An Watermark Securities, Inc deal can be executed by means of a cash transaction, stock-for-stock transaction or a combination of both. A transaction struck with stock is not taxable.
•Break up or de-merger strategies can provide companies with opportunities to raise additional equity funds unlock hidden shareholder value and sharpen management focus. De-mergers can occur by means of divestitures, carve-outs spinoffs or tracking stocks.
•Mergers can fail for many reasons including a lack of management foresight, the inability to overcome practical challenges and loss of revenue momentum from a neglect of day-to-day operations.



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Security act 1993

Congress enacted the Securities Act of 1933 (the “1933 Act”, “Truth in Securities Act” or the “Federal Securities Act”) 48 Stat. 74 (May 27, 1933), codified at 15 U.S.C. 77a et seq., in the aftermath of the stock market crash of 1929 and during the ensuing Great Depression. Legislated pursuant to the interstate commerce clause of the Constitution, it requires that any offer or sale of securities using the means and instrumentalities of interstate commerce be registered pursuant to the 1933 Act, unless an exemption from registration exists under the law.

It was the first major federal legislation to regulate the offer and sale of securities. Prior to that time, regulation of securities was chiefly governed by state laws (commonly referred to as blue sky laws). When Congress enacted the 1933 Act, it left in place the patchwork of existing state securities laws to supplement federal laws in part because there were questions as to the constitutionality of federal legislation.

Purpose

The 1933 Act has two basic objectives:
•Requirement that investors receive significant (or “material”) information concerning securities being offered for public sale; and
•Prohibit deceit, misrepresentations, and other fraud in the sale of securities.

testi-image-4Underlying the 1933 Act is the idea that a company (i.e., an ‘issuer’) offering securities should provide potential investors with sufficient information about both the issuer and the securities to make an informed investment decision. To assist in achieving its objectives of informing potential investors and fostering fair dealing in the securities markets, the 1933 Act requires issuers to disclose significant information about themselves and the terms of the securities. Disclosure also has the added benefit of discouraging bad behavior. Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis coined the phrase “sunlight is the best disinfectant”, which also is part of the philosophy underlying the 1933 Act.

Disclosure of relevant information is accomplished through the registration of securities with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). (Prior to the passage of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, securities were registered with the Federal Trade Commission.) The SEC is the principal federal agency responsible for oversight of the securities markets and enforcement of the federal securities laws. The SEC was created pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.

The Registration Process – In general, securities offered or sold to the public in the U.S. must be registered by filing a registration statement with the SEC. The prospectus, which is the document through which a company’s securities are marketed to a potential investor, is generally filed in conjunction with the registration statement. The SEC prescribes the relevant forms on which an issuer’s securities must be registered. In general, registration forms call for:
•a description of the issuer’s properties and business;
•a description of the security to be offered for sale;
•information about the management of the issuer;
•if not registering common stock, information about the securities
•financial statements certified by independent accountants

One of the exceptions to registration, Rule 144, is discussed in greater detail below. Regardless of whether securities must be registered, the 1933 Act makes it illegal to commit fraud in conjunction with the offer or sale of securities. A defrauded investor can sue for recovery under the 1933 Act.

Rule 144, promulgated by the SEC under the 1933 Act, permits, under limited circumstances, the sale of restricted and controlled securities without registration. In addition to restrictions on the minimum length of time for which such securities must be held and the maximum volume permitted to be sold, the issuer must agree to the sale. If certain requirements are met, Form 144 must be filed with the SEC. Often, the issuer requires that a legal opinion be given indicating that the resale complies with the rule.

In cases of mergers, buyouts or takeovers, owners of securities who had previously filed Form 144 and still wish to sell restricted and controlled securities must re-file Form 144 once the merger, buyout or takeover has been completed.








CONTACT INFORMATIONS


•We Are Located At
HEAD OFFICE:
900 THIRD AVENUE
NEW YORK, NY 10022


•Call Us On
+1-212-401-6183


•Leave A Message
[email protected]




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#366656 by Terminator5 Fri Jun 08, 2018 2:53 am
Shafted wrote:Hi to everyone. Noticed your website for a while. I got taken about two years ago on a stock market scam for a not insignificant amount of money. However I keep getting calls and emails from companies offering to recover my investment or buy my shares as part of a takeover. Always for a fee, of course :roll:

Recently one of the companies that contacted me is fdxcapitalllc.com and you have picked them up on your website - GOOD WORK :bowdown:

However now another company is contacting me and they seem to be the same as FDX they are even using the same names. They are watermarksecuritiesinc.com

On the surface they seem legitimate but their website was only registered last month and I nearly fell for their story :shock:

So I would appreciated if you could investigate this site, no one ever answers the phone and they keep calling me to say if I am not part of the latest takeover offer I will lose everything. Unfortunately I still have some hope that my investment will come good, but seems to be fool's gold :oops:



It is "fools gold" . Post them here so we can look at them . These are Recovery Scams

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#368667 by Shafted Sun Jul 08, 2018 10:57 pm
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