Stock Broker Fraud Lawyers Online is able to help investors who have been defrauded by a broker or brokerage firm.
If you bought certain stocks from Merrill Lynch, Solomon Smith Barney or other brokerages, and lost a substantial amount of money, you may be entitled to recover.
It is often difficult for the average investor to determine when fraud has been committed. If you have experienced large losses in your account you should request a complete explanation from your broker. If the broker's explanation is not understandable and you have doubts about what has happened, you may need an experienced fraud attorney to assist you.
Dishonest brokers may have taken advantage of the recent "bad reports" about the downturn in the market to practice fraud which result in losses that may not be carefully scrutinized by the client. Some of these practices may include: Churning, Unauthorized Trades, Unsuitable Investments, Failure to Place an Order, High Pressure Sales, Over concentration and other dishonest practices.
Three major brokerage firms have been investigated for double dealing and unscrupulous behavior recently, Merrill Lynch, Salomon Smith Barney and Credit Suisse First Boston.
Brokers are entrusted with large amounts of client funds and must be above reproach to retain client trust. It is shocking to hear of misconduct and fraud, especially about such well known firms.
You have a right to expect honest and competent advice from your stock broker. There are laws to protect you. If you think you have been the victim of stock broker fraud contact us to determine your legal rights.
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