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People who lose money in Ponzi schemes may attempt to sue their broker
or whoever sold the securities, some rely on filing a claim with a receiver.
At the end of the day, you are going to want to speak with an attorney
experienced in FINRA arbitration.
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A Ponzi scheme is an investment fraud that involves the payment of returns
to investors from funds contributed to the scheme by new investors.
This question is best answered by evaluating a number of factors. For example,
we might ask you whether you received more than you invested, when you
invested, and when you received your returns.
Ponzi schemes can happen to even the more experienced investors. The best way to get
help is by contacting an attorney right away so you don’t harm your
chances of recovery.
It’s easier than most people think to get caught up in a Ponzi scheme.
Brokers and advisers who run Ponzi schemes are, unfortunately, usually
skilled at what they do.
Investments that are presented in seminars can sometimes be legitimate.
The best way to know if an investment is a Ponzi scheme before you invest
is to ask yourself four basic questions.
According to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, Ponzi scheme victims may
be able to deduce as much as 95% of their losses the year fraud is uncovered.
If you think you are the victim of a Ponzi scheme, there is no harm in
contacting our law firm to see if you have a case. We provide free initial
case reviews so you can learn your legal rights and options.
While it can be uncomfortable to approach your parents about investment
decisions, it may be necessary to counsel your father or at least start
asking some basic questions.
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