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If you or someone you know has suffered from Securities Fraud, then our network of experienced lawyers are ready to fight for you. You do not have to pay anything until your case is settled.

Securities Fraud is a type of serious “white-collar” crime in which a person or company, such as a stockbroker, brokerage firm, corporation or investment bank, misrepresents information that investors use to make decisions. Securities Fraud can also be committed by independent individuals (such as by engaging in insider trading).

The term Securities Fraud also covers a wide range of illegal activities, all of which involve the deception of investors or the manipulation of financial markets.

  • High Yield Investment Fraud
  • Ponzi Schemes
  • Pyramid Schemes
  • Advanced Fee Schemes
  • Foreign Currency Fraud
  • Broker Embezzlement
  • Hedge Fund Related Fraud
  • Late Day Trading

If you or someone you know have worked with someone who misrepresented you and your investments, you need to know that you have rights. Please contact The Sentinel Group®™ today.

If you would like a free consultation and/or more information and to see if you qualify for consideration regarding this Mass Tort case, please fill out the form on the screen and a legal representative will be in touch with you as soon as possible or as applicable.

*The Federal Bureau of Investigation (nd). Securities Fraud Awareness & Prevention Tips. Found at
http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/securities-fraud

*Investopedia (nd). Securities Fraud. Definition of ‘Securities Fraud.' Found at
http://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/securities-fraud.asp