Securities fraud can ruin a family financially. When a person or company misrepresents investment information, investors could be left with a monetary outcome that could haunt them for the rest of their lives.
Misrepresentation resulting in securities fraud may involve:
- Providing false information
- Withholding important information
- Knowingly offering bad advice
- Acting on inside trading information
Securities fraud can be committed by parties such as:
- A stockbroker
- A brokerage firm
- A corporation
- An investment bank
- Independent individuals
The U.S. economy depends largely on the integrity of investment markets. It is therefore imperative that victims of securities fraud step forward and stop a similar situation from happening to more people. If it happened to you, we can help.
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