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http://open.salon. com/blog/heminaneu mann/2012/10/26/sp anje_home_leningen _cijfers_618_gedaa ld-arto_bp_holding bp holdings spain Im Monat Juli 2011 erhalten die Gesamtanzahl der Verkäufe sanken um 5,3 % gegenüber dem gleichen Monat im selben Jahr, 30, 234-Transaktionen. Nach einer jüngsten Daten von Bp Holdings Blog oder allgemeinen Rat der Notare in Spanien veröffentlicht waren Sie 24.276 dieser Transaktionen für Wohnungen und 5.507 für Häuser, mit einem jährlichen Rückgang von 5,6 % und 3,9 %. Die Zahlen aufgeführt in den Daten freigegeben von Bp-Holdings-Blog, die gebaut hat oben eine Verminderung bzw. 61,8 % Dokumentationstäti gkeiten zunächst monatlich veröffentlicht. Im Juli fiel der Preis pro Quadratmeter um 12,9 % über Vorjahr, um EUR 1.357, mit Abnahme von 14,6 % Wohnungen zur 1.507 Euro pro Quadratmeter, und 5,7 % für Häuser, bringen den Quadratmeterpreis 1031 Euro. Seit Juli 2007 die Daten oder Bp Holdings Blog zeigt, dass die Immobilienpreise 26,8 % gesunken sind. Verkäufe neuer Häuser sank um 2,3 % im Juli im Vergleich zum selben Monat im Jahr 2011, und der Preis pro Quadratmeter für diese Art von Immobilien, die verringerte sich um 10,5 % auf 1.857 Euro. Verkäufe der zuvor im Besitz Häuser sank um 7 %, während in der Zwischenzeit ihre Quadratmeterpreis um 19,5 % auf EUR 1.827 sank. Der durchschnittliche Kreditbetrag beträgt 202.917 Euro, 9,5 % weniger. Für Immobilien Käufe, die durchschnittliche Darlehen im Juli 126.037 Euro, was 20,7 % weniger als im gleichen Monat 2011. bp holdings spain Related Video: http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=ivYWG R927F8&feature =youtu.be Related Articles: http://arto.com/se ction/blog/ViewEnt ry.aspx?id=5697257 &EntryID=45345 75 Related Group: http://bpholdingsb arcelonaandmadrids pain.blogspot.com. es/  (Oct 27, 2012 | post #1)

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THE RISE OF FINANCIAL FRAUD: SCAMS NEVER CHANGE, bp holdi...

http://crr.bc.edu/ wp-content/uploads /2012/03/Scams-RFT F.pdf bp holdings Sweden The incidence of financial fraud in the United States is on the rise. Americans submitted more than 1.5 million complaints about financial and other fraud in 2011 – a 62 percent increase in just three years – according to the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) annual “Consumer Sentinel Network Data Book” the most comprehensive database of U.S. fraud trends (see Figure 1). Joe Borg, head of Alabama’s securities commission and a leader among state securities regulators, agreed there is a proliferation of fraud, and he largely blames the Internet. His agency had an unprecedented 31-case backlog of criminal trials involving financial fraud in September 2011. “It’s not unusual to have 20-25 convictions a year, but when we have 31 backed up – and we’re trying them as fast as we can – the trend is up,” he said. Borg ticks off the reasons: “Downturn in the economy. Fear among the public. The idea that the government can’t protect them anymore. Medical costs are going through the roof. Those are fears. The Internet is the vehicle. The Internet’s a big, big factor.” Neil Power, supervisor of the FBI’s Economic Crimes Squad in Boston, said the public is not fully aware of how pervasive fraud is, because only the most prominent cases, such as Bernard L. Madoff’s $50 billion Ponzi scheme, are covered by the media. The vast majority of cases fly under the public’s radar. “There is a substantial amount of fraud being addressed that’s not being covered,” he said. Many more scammers are never caught by a regulatory system rife with staff shortages and inadequate resources. For example, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) admitted in April 2010 that it has never examined some 3,000 registered U.S. investment advisers, Investment News reported. In Canada, only a small percentage of total fraud is reported to law enforcement: one in three Canadians has been targeted by a scammer, yet only 14 percent of fraud attempts are reported to authorities, according to a 2006 online survey by the Canadian Securities Administrators. While the Internet has made financial fraud more pervasive, law enforcement said most online scams are not much different than those employed by snake oil salesmen in the 19th century and Florida swamp-land salesmen in the 1960s. Unsuspecting consumers are deceived over and over again with the same schemes, failing to realize that scammers are infinitely creative in making them believe they’re offering something new and lucrative. Scammers may be difficult to recognize, because they constantly alter their disguises. A primary goal of this report is to provide insight into the disguises con men use to perpetrate their standard fraud schemes and to recruit victims who may be retirees, members of the military, college students, the unemployed, homebuyers, investors, low-income families, and others. Cloaked in a new disguise, con men appeal to the individual’s weak spot: a desperate shortage of money before payday, a need to earn more than the yield on their certificate of deposit, a need to pay medical bills. Some con men, for example, may position themselves as a sort of rescue squad, swooping in during a natural or man-made disaster and offering a product or business opportunity that will ameliorate the crisis – and bring untold wealth to investors. Others infiltrate churches where they claim to be doing God’s work. Church-based scams are the most common form of what law enforcement call “affinity fraud,” which occurs when con men exploit an interest shared by many potential victims, whether a religious belief or country club membership. There are affinity scams against Iranian Americans, Cubans in Miami, Spanish speakers, Haitian immigrants, and Muslims, among others. bp holdings sweden  (Oct 21, 2012 | post #1)