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honest question about making money
Posted: Thursday, October 26, 2017
Joined: 10/26/2017
Posts: 1

So a year ago i randomly saw a lead on some fraud and i followed it.

It had led me to research some frauds like fx maxim trader.

i have found that a lot of research/reporting is often superficial and doesn't dollow through on all leads and clues. It's rather tedious work though. I don't want to do it completly free.

So my question is. Can a person earn money investigating frauds? Can you get rewards if you give the information to the police? Or is it viable to publish it online hoping fro donations.

I don't know who i would consult on these questions. Ultimately i would be happy to publish my work but i also want to protect my own interest.


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