Those who start investing through a CFD broker often face "margin calls," or obligations to add money, which increase the risks of this form of investing. Margin calls and swaps (charges over holding positions) can cause these investments to evaporate. What are CFDs? Contracts for Differences are not stocks but derivative, indirect investment products. The investor and the counterparty enter into a temporary contract speculating on a price decline or conversely a price increase in [...]
A money mule or “money mule” is a person who makes his checking account available to a criminal to receive and transfer criminal loot. If the criminal approaches the money mule, the crime (in which the bank account of the money mule plays a central role) has yet to be committed. The damage can be high.
A boiler room is a criminal organization that extorts money from people through fake investments. Boilerrooms disappear after a while and the loot is often hard to find after that. Method There is not one typical method for this criminal activity. Many boiler rooms approach their victims by telephone and persuade them to invest via a website. This website can give access to a (fake) account where the victim is led to believe that his [...]
What does it mean? Terminology Different terminology is used in the court of appeals than in the district court. This page provides an overview of legal terms and concepts. Also review the appeal checklist. Project KEI An automation project of the courts. Starting in 2018, all cases would be litigated digitally. The difference between subpoena and petition cases would narrow and the terminology would begin to change. The project has since been discontinued so the [...]
Undue payment is an important term from the Dutch Civil Code (BW). The term can be used by a plaintiff in a lawsuit as a basis for ordering the other party to pay a sum of money.