Mutual Fund Lawsuits, Investment Advisor Lawsuits, and Investment Company Lawsuits Can Include Fraud, Negligence, Misrepresentation, and Breach of Fiduciary Duty Causes of Action by Mutual Fund Lawyer Jason S. Coomer)

Mutual fund lawsuits, investment advisor lawsuits, and investment company lawsuits can arise when a financial advisor or investment company commits fraud or negligence as well as when it breaches a fiduciary duty to an investor.  If you have lost your life savings or a large amount of money through the misconduct of a mutual fund manager, investment advisor, or investment company, please feel free to submit an inquiry or send an e-mail to Mutual Fund and Investment Advisor Lawyer Jason Coomer.  He may be able to help you recover your losses or at least obtain an accounting of the investments.  Further, if you have evidence of investment fraud, there may be a basis for a Whistleblower Reward Bounty Action which can be reviewed.

Fraudulent Broker Claims and Investment Fraud Lawsuits

In reviewing potential investment fraud lawsuits, an investor gather all information related to a substantial investment lose to determine the amount of money that was invested, how much money was lost, and if there is any documentation of fraud or misconduct.  The investor should also keep in mind that any investment can be a risky proposition because markets and investments can fluctuate.  Overall, the majority of investment losses result from such fluctuations rather than from fraud or misconduct.  However, there are many forms of fraud and misconduct.  Some of the most common forms of fraud are as follows:

  • Churning

  • Excessive Trading

  • Unsuitable Investments

  • Misrepresentation

  • Purchase of Unsuitable Securities

  • Investing in Variable Annuities/Variable Universal Life Policies

  • Risky or negligent Retirement Planning

  • Unauthorized Trading

  • Failure to Advise of Risky Investments

  • Unauthorized Risk Profile Changes

If your retirement savings or other securities investments have suffered substantial losses, generally fifty percent (50%) or more, due to mismanagement, mishandling or misconduct on the part of your financial professional, then you may want to speak to Jason Coomer a investment fraud lawyer to determine if your financial professional has committed fraud or negligence or breached their fiduciary duty to you.

Unfortunately, with the pooling of large amounts of money in pension funds, retirement funds, stocks, mutual funds, bonds, derivatives, commercial real estate, and other investments comes the danger of fraudulent investment scams and negligence that can take a person's life savings.  If you have lost your life savings or a large some of money through misappropriation of funds, please feel free to submit an inquiry or send an e-mail to Mutual Fund Lawyer and Investment Advisor Lawyer Jason Coomer.  He may be able to help you recover your losses or at least obtain an accounting of the investments.

SEC Whistleblower Bounty Actions Are Designed to Encourage Persons With Knowledge of Investment Fraud and Significant SEC Violations To Confidentially Expose the Fraud By Offering Large Financial Rewards For People That Are The Original Source of Information That Expose The Fraud

SEC Fraud Whistleblower Lawsuits or SEC Bounty Actions are a product of the enactment of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.  These laws were designed to create bounties that can be collected by whistleblowers that properly report SEC violations, financial fraud, securities fraud, commodities fraud, and stimulus fraud that result in monetary sanctions over one million dollars ($1,000,000.00).  The SEC can award the whistleblower up to 30% of the money collected.

Persons that report this fraud through an attorney can remain anonymous and still collect a large reward through their attorney.  By creating anonymous whistleblower bounties, the SEC expects investors and people with specific information of fraud to expose hard to detect fraud and to help regulate the financial market and prevent large investment corporations, banks, hedge funds, and other large corporations from committing financial fraud of billions of dollars.  For more information, please feel free to contact Bounty Action Lawyer Jason S. Coomer or go to the following web page, SEC Bounty Action Lawsuits.

Texas Fraudulent Broker Lawyer, Texas Boker Negligence Lawsuits, and Texas Investment Fraud Lawyer

Austin broker fraud Attorney, Jason Coomer helps investors that have lost money through wrongful acts of majority shareholders, corporate officers, and brokers.  He  reviews investment strategies, accounting records, corporate actions, and investor trading; negotiates settlements; and if necessary files claims against negligent or fraudulent brokers.   Austin Texas Business Lawyer, Jason Coomer is an experienced business litigation attorney that handles investment fraud, shareholder actions, commercial real estate law, computer law, ponzi scheme claims, and other business litigation.  His office frequently works with other professionals including Houston Investment Fraud Lawyers, Dallas Broker Fraud Lawyers, San Antonio Investment Fraud Lawyers, and other Austin Investment Fraud Lawyers to provide high end professional legal services at reasonable prices.

Texas broker fraud lawyer, Jason S. Coomer, helps business investors protect their assets and negotiate with negligent brokers and brokers that have committed investment fraud.  If you need an Austin Texas Broker Fraud attorney or an Austin broker negligence lawyer to advise you on a Texas investment fraud claim, contact Austin Texas investment fraud lawyer Jason Coomer.


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