Monroe Dispatch - No Struggle, No Progress

Fake Justice

 

March 26, 2020



In the late 1990s, many people got into investing in stock after seeing and hearing stories of successful businesspeople making good yields. For everyday folks, investing is a means to save and grow their hard-earned money, too, so many sought to find trained professionals to help navigate the stock market. Mr. Curtis Garth was finally ready to buy stocks and invest his money and sought out to find an investor to help him. Shortly after he made his first investments, he lost all he had invested along with all hope he had in a system that is billed to be in place to protect the people....



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