SEBI Issues Warning on Fraudulent Trading Schemes Targeting Investors

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has issued a warning about fraudulent trading schemes targeting investors. These schemes often promise high returns with little risk and use deceptive tactics to lure unsuspecting individuals. SEBI advises investors to remain vigilant, conduct thorough research, and rely on verified sources before making any investment decisions to avoid falling victim to such scams.

SEBI Issues Warning on Fraudulent Trading Schemes Targeting Investors

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has issued a stern warning to investors about the rising menace of fraudulent trading schemes. These schemes, often orchestrated by unscrupulous entities, aim to deceive investors by promising exceptionally high returns with minimal risk. SEBI's alert highlights common tactics used by these fraudsters, such as unsolicited phone calls, emails, and social media messages that lure investors into dubious investment opportunities.