Experiencing losses can be a normal part of investing—there’s really no such thing as a completely “risk-free” investment. However, if you sustained unexpected losses or suspect fraud, it can be tricky to decide what is a normal or natural loss and what might be investment fraud.
Common signals that your losses were the result of fraud or investment misconduct:
Have you sustained unexpected investment losses? Or have you maybe heard that a broker or company you’ve invested with has been accused of fraud? If these concerns sound familiar, then you’re probably wondering what happens next, how to determine if you’ve been a victim of fraud, and what you might be able to do to get back your investment money.
If you have sustained investment losses, or if you are concerned about fraud complaints, here are a few steps you can take to determine if you might have a case:
Attorney David Meyer provides more information on gathering the necessary documents in this video.
Determining whether your losses were the result of fraud or unscrupulous broker actions can be extremely difficult, and it’s worth taking the time to meet with a trusted financial professional or stockbroker fraud attorney to discuss what happened. Meyer Wilson would be happy to meet with you in a free and confidential legal consultation to talk about your situation and your options.
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