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Don’t stand for unethical behavior from your advisor

On Behalf of | Oct 8, 2018 | Representing Investors |

As an investor, you count on your advisors to do things that are in your best interest. You certainly don’t think that they are going to be acting selfishly with your money. When you do find out that they aren’t behaving in an ethical manner, you need to take action. We can represent you in situations like this.

We realize that this is your money that someone is affecting. You count on these investments to secure your future and grow your net worth. When the advisor you trusted with these assets is messing them up because they want to make more money off of you than what you expect them to, you need to do something quickly.

One of the best ways that you can protect yourself is to watch what is going on with your investments. The closer eye you keep on them, the more likely you will be to spot things that are amiss. You’ve probably heard the horror stories, such as the Bernie Madoff case, in which investors were swindled. These should be the fuel that you need to find time to review what’s going on with your portfolio.

Don’t wait until things are so far gone that there isn’t any hope for you. The sooner we catch these issues and act, the less you are going to suffer financially. No investor should have to deal with financial ruin just because their advisor decided to handle things in an underhanded manner. It may be possible to seek compensation for the losses you suffered due to those unethical actions.

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