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It is Ria's policy to follow both the letter and spirit of the law and regulations.
The company's policies and procedures comply with laws of the United States and those of the jurisdictions in which we operate.
Be wary when shopping online and someone asks you to pay with a money transfer or even send a deposit to an individual or fake business. You won’t get the merchandise and you won’t get your money back.
This can happen with any online purchases — a puppy, a vacation rental, a timeshare or a car. The Newspaper Ads Scam It’s Sunday morning, you’ve just poured yourself a fresh cup of coffee and are ready to sit down to breakfast, newspaper in hand.
Ria's Compliance Department performs enhanced due diligence on all Agents and Correspondents before Appointment.
All remittances processed by Ria are screened with enhanced controls to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing.
All you need to do evaluate the customer service of a local retail store. Yet, as soon as you send your transaction, you learn that the original check was counterfeit and now you can’t get back the money you just sent. The Vehicle Purchase Scam Your fervent internet search for a great deal on your dream car has paid off!
You found the car you want at a much lower price than what your local dealership is willing to offer.
Ria's Compliance Department is dedicated to providing support and ongoing guidance regarding AML and ATF, as well as our own policies and procedures.
You contact the seller and he/she tells you to send either a down payment and/or the service fees for the application loan through a money transfer so you can avoid sales tax and get a better rate. Do not send a down payment or service fees via a money transfer.
You won’t get your dream vehicle and you won’t get your money back.
Charity Scam A recent natural disaster has left an entire nation reeling to rebuild in the aftermath of destruction and you want to do your part to help by donating money.
Sadly enough, natural disasters such as floods, tornados or hurricanes often result in scammers staging “charitable” organizations that prey on well-intentioned people.You've been talking to her for months, exchanged pictures, maybe even spoken on the phone. She sends you an urgent e-mail or phone call saying she has an emergency and asks for money.