Investment-Frauds

Humans are currently existing in a society drenched in deceit and embezzlement. There is a plethora of imposters ready to dodge innocent earthlings for fraudulent gains. They trick investors into investing their capital in wrongful or unproductive ventures for their benefit and unconscionable profit-making. Detrimental reliance by helpless capitalist pose to serve a severe blow on their financial condition due to drastic losses incurred because of investment fraud cases.

Sponsors appoint brokerages, financial advisors, and consultors to acquire the correct knowledge and advice. This helps them to invest their funds in a high-yielding business or trade. Backers fully rely on their respective financial advisors’ advice, keeping in view that they possess substantive information about different aspects, for instance, fluctuating market trends. As a result, brokerages and financial advisors have a duty of care to give their clients proper constructive advice. Negligent and misleading information can result in a broker being sued in the courts of law. A failure to provide correct and constructive information to an investor can lead to a lawsuit against the financial advisor.    

Investment fraud generally refers to a wide range of deceptive practices that scammers use to induce investors to make investing decisions. These practices can include untrue or misleading information or fictitious opportunities. It also consists of negligent or misleading information. Swindlers and mischief-makers induce shams and trick impotent lenders in such a demeanor that they detrimentally rely on their statements. This results in severe repercussions and major profit or capital losses.

Investment fraud may involve stocks, bonds, notes, commodities, currency, or even real estate. Securities fraud, also known as stock and investment fraud, is a deceptive practice in the stock or commodities markets that induces investors to make purchase or sale decisions based on false information, frequently resulting in losses and a malicious violation of securities laws. Securities fraud can also include outright theft from investors, stock manipulation, misstatements on a public company’s financial reports, and corporate auditors’ lying. The term encompasses various other actions, including insider trading, front running, and other illegal acts on the trading floor of a stock or commodity exchange.

The scams can take many forms—and fraudsters can turn on a dime when it comes to developing new pitches or come-ons for the latest fraud. But while the hook might change, the most common frauds tend to fall into the following general schemes;

  • Affinity Fraud
  • Advance Fee Fraud
  • Binary Options Fraud
  • High Yield Investment Programs
  • Internet and Social Media Fraud
  • Microcap Fraud
  • Ponzi Scheme
  • Pre-IPO Investment Scams
  • Pyramid Schemes
  • Prime Bank Investments
  • Promissory Notes
  • Pump and Dump Schemes
  • Commodity Pool Fraud
  • Foreign Currency Trading Fraud
  • Precious Metals Fraud
  • Offshore scams
  • Market manipulation fraud
  • Social media and internet investment frauds
  • E-currency sites frauds
  • Cryptocurrency frauds
  • Boiler room scam
  • Exempt securities scam
  • Forex scam
  • Pension scam

Every metier is loaded with vast information and details. It requires extensive knowledge and insights; only then can one excel in making a productive investment decision. However, it is nearly impossible to gain all the information. That is why capitalists seek the attention of professionals for constructive advice. A notable lack of knowledge and awareness results in helpless venture capitalists being exploited by fraudulent brokers.

A wide predicament today is that individuals do not know their basic rights and powers. They are unaware of the crucial actuality that they possess the majestic power to recover investment losses through enforcing their rights in the courts. One can easily drag trouble makers in the courts and acquire their rights and potential profits through the law’s power.

However, it is paramount to seek correct and productive legal aid through an efficient attorney. A prime example is American attorney Robert Wayne Peace, who is playing a significant role in bringing justice and punishing tricksters widely. Acquiring an experience of forty years, the top-notch investment fraud attorney helps victims of fraud recover their losses and relish the pleasures of their profit.

Pearce has exceptional expertise in handling federal and state court securities litigation matters and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration proceedings. He is a Boca Raton securities litigation attorney whose law practice has been focused on representing investors in stockbroker and investment fraud cases over four decades. The experienced attorney has also successfully defended stockbrokers in enforcement proceedings brought by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.

The top-grade lawyer is going great guns and has represented hundreds of individuals in investment fraud cases, thereby winning them extensively. He has a flourishing and highly accomplished career through practising law all over the U.S. Pearce has recovered over $140 million for investors in disputes with their stockbrokers in the past 20 years. Pearce is a Founding Partner and Securities Arbitration Lawyer at the Law Offices of Robert Wayne Pearce, P.A. The firm represents clients on securities, commodities, and investment fraud in a range of practice areas in courtroom litigation, arbitration, and mediation proceedings.

The man of justice has successfully won many cases regarding fraud, negligence, and misstatements. Listed below are some of his rip-roaring wins;

Gary and Lisa Friedman v. Merrill Lynch

Pearce was the attorney of the Miami couple, Gary and Lisa Friedman, in suing Merrill Lynch. In 2005, he won $1 million including $300,000 in punitive damages for their claims of breach of fiduciary duty, common law fraud, negligence, and breach of contract arising out of its stock analyst ratings fraud tied to the 2000-2002 “Dot.Com” stock market crash.

Friedlander v. Margaretten Securities Corporation

In 1990, Attorney Pearce achieved his first of many multi-million dollar arbitration awards and settlements. The arbitration filed by his clients against Margaretten Securities and others for misrepresenting the risk associated with investing in complex, high-risk stripped coupon mortgage-backed securities resulted in a combined $3.2 million award in their favor.

Securities Exchange Commission v. Wilson

On August 11, 2004, the SEC filed a multi-count Complaint against eight defendants, including Wilson, alleging violations of the Securities Act of 1933 (“Securities Act”) and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (“Exchange Act”). The SEC alleged that from July 1998 to June 2001, defendants engaged in a “prolonged, multi-faceted scheme to manipulate” the stock of Competitive Technologies, Inc. (“CTT”), a Delaware corporation with its headquarters in Fairfield, Connecticut. Complaint.

Pearce is bringing a radical change in the world of law. Law Offices of Robert Wayne Pearce, P.A., believe that the ultimate barometer of their success is the betterment of their clients. Their valuable clients have direct knowledge of the firm’s process from the inside and experienced fierce advocacy. Robert is the go-to person of many individuals trapped in fraud or mistreatment. His clients have always spoken very highly of him.

“Robert’s team is excellent. They are very competitive in what they do, and they are very responsible. Every meeting and phone call was made with dedication and desire to help our family every step of the way. Their professionalism, responsibility, and empathy assured us that we were in good hands. Recommend to everyone”, says Mayra Acevedo, a happy client.

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