Oregon man liable for emerald scam, Utah panel says
Regulators » Couples lost more than $300,000 in a gem, foreign exchange scam.
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Woodwell called the case "a cautionary tale."
"It’s another example of when it sounds too good to be true, it almost certainly is," he said. "There’s no guaranteed deal to triple your money in 90 days and in this case it was pitched to these people as a secretive, exclusive deal, where only the select few were going to offered this."
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