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Fraud Prevention Program for Professional and Student Athletes

When you find success as an athlete, you are at a higher risk of fraud due to your increased earnings. To steal your money, scammers can use financial schemes, blackmail, and even threats of going to prison for fraudulent claims.

Protect yourself from criminals by enrolling in our fraud prevention program. We teach professional, collegiate, and high school athletes preventative measures to reduce the potential of being scammed. We can never ensure total safety and security. However, by implementing precautions and staying vigilant, you can prevent a predator from ruining your athletic career and life.

Mitigate Your Risk for Fraudulent Activity

A professional athlete’s salary can range from 6 to 7 figures a year, which opens the door to financial freedom. However, the demands on a young athlete can become overwhelming. You train for years, participate in various games, make personal appearances, and do charity work.

Due to your busy life, you often don’t have time to focus on your finances, making you vulnerable to predators seeking to take your hard-earned money. With the implementation of Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) contracts for collegiate athletes, that vulnerability can start as early as 17 to 18 years of age.

Contact us to learn about fraud protection for athletes so you can stay safe at any stage of your career. Whether you are still in school or playing professionally, we provide guidance so you can make informed decisions and protect your wealth.

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Steps to Prevent Fraud

The following are precautionary steps that all investors (especially high-profile athletes and entertainers) should take:

  • Become educated about the many types of schemes that exist.
  • Attend workshops that let you practice how to respond to potentially dangerous situations.
  • Utilize social media privacy settings.
  • Monitor your financial accounts and credit reports.
  • Tape over built-in computer webcams or use your privacy shutter on your laptop.

Register for our fraud prevention program and learn more about how to avoid scams.