Victim and Defendant
If it sounds too good to be true . . . it probably is
This is the true nature of a confidence game, scam, rip off, or what today, what we call White-Collar Crime.
In today’s economy, we are awash in financial crimes, overly complex business deals, and investment schemes promising exaggerated returns. These all can be elements of fraud. Even seemingly solid investments, with well-regarded professionals, have proven to be less safe and secure then they had always appeared.
During periods of prosperity, these problems are less visible. Victims tend to take their losses and quietly move on. During periods of tight money supplies, such crimes tend to be not only reported, but also litigated and prosecuted. Many seemingly “good deals” turned out to be “too good to be true.”
Today, legal professionals are finding themselves deluged by deals gone bad, representing businesses, institutional investors, and individuals who found out, too late, that they were victims of fraud.
For members of the Criminal Defense Bar, white-collar business is booming. Due to tight money and daily press coverage of high profile cases, allegations of fraud and financial improprieties are being reported, charged and prosecuted in far greater numbers then ever before.
Unlike many who are rushing into this newly crowded market, David Keil Investigations has over 30 years of hands on experience investigating, and consulting with legal professionals and investors about white collar crimes. Understanding these complex issues have been our primary mission, during both boom and bust times.
It has always been our specialty.
Areas of fraud expertise:
• Elder Fraud
• Investment Fraud
• Ponzi Schemes
• Bank Fraud
• Real Estate/Mortgage Fraud
• Securities Fraud
• Identity Theft/Criminal Impersonation
• Theft of Intellectual Property/Trade Secrets
David Keil Investigations | 191 University Blvd., #250 | Denver, Colorado 80206 | 303-916-1376 | keil "at" me.com