CNBC reports that in the wake of missing billions and billions and billions of dollars in scams, despite being told point-blank they were going on, the Securities and Exchange Commission has decided to really take things up a notch re: cracking down. Mary Schapiro has stated that while the regulator likely won't move toward taking some initiative on its own to find the thieves among us, it does promise to at least read the "tips and complaints" it receives from investors, before clicking delete and or sending those bad boys the the shredder. Got somethin' to say? firstname.lastname@example.org. Subject line: You Might Wanna Check This Out.
SEC Nominee Vows To Make Anyone Found Engaging In Financial Chicanery Wish They Were Never Born
This much she promises you.