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When you trust financial advisers and stockbrokers to manage your account or portfolio, your interest should be placed first. You deserve honestly, advice tailored to your personal goals, and professional responsibility.
Unfortunately, some stockbrokers and financial adviser abuse their position on trust. The most common types of fraud and misconduct are:
- Placing an investor in an unsuitable investment;
- Unnecessary trading (churning);
- Making misrepresentations or omissions about material; facts involving an investment;
- Unauthorized to trading;
- Neglecting an investor account or portfolio.
If you have questions about the conduct of your stockbroker or financial adviser, contact Miller Law Group for a free consultation, or call 919-348-4361.