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Home - Securities Fraud can take many forms and may be difficult to recognize. Learning more about securities fraud and your rights as an investor can help you protect yourself.

Securities Fraud - Securities Fraud or Broker Fraud includes many types of deceptive actions. To recover your losses, you must file a claim before the statute of limitations is up.

Churning - Churning is one type of securities fraud in which the broker engages in excessive trades for the purpose of generating profit through commissions. Click here for more information.

Suitability - Suitability is a specific type of securities fraud in which the broker recommends trades or investments that are inappropriate for the particular investor. Click here for more information.

Misrepresentation & Omission - When a broker either presents untrue information to the investor or fails to mention important information, the broker has engaged in Misrepresentation or Omission. Click here for more.

Unauthorized Trade - Brokers are required to obtain the investor’s permission before engaging in trades. If a broker fails to do so, that broker has committed securities fraud in the form of Unauthorized Trade. Click here for more.

Free Consultation, No Recovery No FeeFailure to Follow Directions - Investor instructions must be followed by the broker, and must be followed in a timely manner or else that broker has committed securities fraud. For more information, click here.

Arbitration - The majority of securities fraud cases are resolved through arbitration. Generally, arbitration as a method for dispute resolution is more casual, more cost-effective, and faster than going to court.

Find a Securities Fraud Lawyer Near You - This page will help you find a securities attorney near you that can help you take action if you have been a victim of securities fraud.

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