Problem #1: Distinguishing the “fraud advisors” from the “legitimate advisors”
Technology today makes it so easy to fake, steal, and scam authentic-looking credentials, prospectus’, official documents, etc. so that anyone can make just about any fake claim they want to look 100% real. We have to make it easier for people to validate who they are dealing with, so we can help steer them away from the frauds and towards the real professionals.
Problem #2: Distinguishing the “bad advisors” from the “great advisors”
Holding a license, barely meeting the minimum requirements simply isn’t enough; a long professional history clear of any links to fraud, misconduct, lawsuits and bankruptcies is a far better indicator of a “great advisor”. We need to help people steer clear of shady tacticians, and instead, spotlight/celebrate/reward those special few with outstanding professional records.
We established a single destination, Financial PreCheck.com, where everyone can go see a clear demarcation between those advisors who have opened their professional records to scrutiny and succeeded, and those who, for whatever reason, have not. Thereby, separating the frauds, cheats, and sleazy advisors from the truly great advisors.