Category: Investor Information

Investor Warning: Some Scammers Pushing Advance-Fee Frauds are Using FINRA’s Name

Scammers have a deep arsenal of tactics and tricks they use to prey on unsuspecting investors, and one of the most common and successful is to impersonate a high-profile regulator or top executive with a company. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the self-regulatory organization that supervises brokerage firms, recently released a warning to investors… read more

How to Recover Losses in FIP

Our investment fraud lawyers at Meyer Wilson have spent years fighting to recover investors’ stolen and lost finances, and through our efforts we have secured more than $350 million in verdicts and settlements.

Defrauding Investors by Inflating Fund Performance

Dishonest brokers often defraud investors by inflating hedge fund performance to show profits that do not exist. If you have been a victim of securities fraud and need legal assistance with loss recovery, contact the attorneys at Meyer Wilson for a free consultation today.

SEC’s Best Interest Standard Causing Confusion Over Undefined Rules, Vague Language

SEC’s Best Interest Standard Causing Confusion Over Undefined Rules, Vague Language

Committee for the Fiduciary Standard Pushes for Financial Advisers to Sign Fiduciary Oath

Our investment fraud attorneys at Meyer Wilson are committed to protecting victims of fraud, and fighting for their rights in arbitration, in court, and at the negotiation table.

Wall Street May Be Chaotic, but That Doesn’t Mean Your Investments Should Be Too

If you lost money because you were pressured to invest in a risky option, you may be able to pursue a claim to recover losses. At Meyer Wilson, our investment fraud attorneys have spent their careers working with victims of fraud across the United States, and through our efforts have secured more than $350 million for our clients.

How Does FINRA Define High-Risk Brokers?

At Meyer Wilson, we are committed to working with people who lost money because of their financial advisor’s reckless or negligent actions. Contact us today to discuss your case and learn more about the next steps you can take.

Is Your Broker Lining His Pockets With Your Retirement Money?

Senior investors lose millions of dollars each year to investment fraud committed by some bad brokers who line their own pockets by bilking people out of their retirement money. With the growing number of retired seniors in the United States, the financial exploitation of elderly adults is escalating. The story of former broker Roger Hudspeth… read more

Tips to Protect Your Elderly Loved Ones from Financial Exploitation

Senior investors are among the most frequently targeted victims of financial exploitation. In order to better protect this group of people, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA),adopted new rules to allow brokers to take additional steps to protect senior investors and other specific groups, the first nationally standardized protection of its type in the nation…. read more

Understanding the Risks of Data Aggregation

While using an online company to help you gather all of your financial information in one website may be convenient, it’s important to know exactly how these data aggregators conduct business in order to protect yourself from potential security and privacy risks. How Data Aggregation Works At its most basic level, data aggregators collect all… read more