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Anyone can become a victim of investment fraud. You don't have to be wealthy or live in a big city to be targeted by a con artist. You may be a sophisticated, experienced investor and still fall for a smooth scam. Learn to recognize the warning signs of a con artist.
LOVINGTON, N.M. – A Hobbs man, who was indicted for running a Ponzi
scheme, has pleaded guilty to charges of Fraud, Securities Fraud, and Money
LAS CRUCES, N.M. – The Construction Industries Division (CID) of the
Regulation and Licensing Department warns New Mexicans, especially those
who live in areas recently affected by hailstorms, to be wary of unlicensed
contractors and contractors performing unpermitted work.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. (Oppenheimer), after admitting to potential deficiencies in the sale of bonds to the Bernalillo County Treasurer's Office and in their supervision of the employee who sold the bonds, has agreed to a $215,000 settlement with the Securities Division of the Regulation and Licensing Department