Please note that until further notice, the staff of the ECSRC Secretariat are working remotely.
As such, we encourage our valued clients and the general public to communicate with us via electronic mail. You can reach us at email@example.com.
On behalf of the staff of the ECSRC Secretariat and Commissioners of the ECSRC, we pray that you and your loved ones remain safe during this period of global challenge.X
While legitimate online newsletters contain valuable information, others are tools for fraud. Some companies pay online newsletters to "tout" or recommend their stocks. Touting isn’t illegal as long as the newsletters disclose who paid them, how much they’re getting paid, and the form of the payment, usually cash or stock. But fraudsters often lie about the payments they receive and their track records.
Fraudulent promoters may claim to offer independent, unbiased recommendations in newsletters when they stand to profit from convincing others to buy or sell certain stocks. They may spread false information to promote worthless stocks.
The fact that these so-called “newsletters” may be advertised on legitimate websites, including on the online financial pages of news organizations, does not mean that they are not fraudulent. To learn more, read our tips for checking out newsletters.