Los Angeles, CA, August 17, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- For burned Main Street investors, securities arbitration provides the pathway to recovery of real dollars lost, lost interest and maybe more.
Most people are burned by Wall Street due to one or more of the following issues: Suitability of the investor to the investments, misrepresentations and withholding material factual info from the investor. “Suitability and misrepresentation the leading causes of investors being burned,” reports Securities Arbitration’s CEO Paul Young. “Suitability starts with the opening of an account and continues as lives change, markets change, thus suitability is not a one-time activity but a continuous process during the life of the investor’s relationship with the firm.” The other leading issues include ongoing risk determination, regular oversight of investor accounts, churning, negligence and others.
Securities arbitration provides a true and fair opportunity for burned investors to recover their lost money if they have been truly burned and ripped off by Wall Streeters.
Burned investors may recover some, all, or more than all of their lost money, plus may also be awarded additional sums covering lost interest, fees, and punitive damages. And securities arbitration works!
Since 1989, the national and free Securities Arbitration Hotline (1-800-222-4724). It is a tough phone call for many to make as few people care to admit the reality, or even the prospect, that they have been victimized as being possibly true.
For 23+ straight years Securities Arbitration's Paul Young has represented burned investors coast to coast and case by case in securities arbitration.
Now, more than ever, people need to know about the existence of and potential benefits available to them through securities arbitration.
The real world reality is that investors from all backgrounds, educational levels, of all income and net worth categories have been, can be, are being ripped off by Wall Streeters every day. Retirement and education savings lost. Individual accounts declining or gone due to misdeeds. The good news is that burned investors can fight back and they can succeed using securities arbitration.
“Securities arbitration is the best friend of the burned investor,” says Securities Arbitration's Paul Young. “Both in theory and in practical application, securities arbitration is the avenue for Main Streeters burned by Wall Street. With very difficult economic conditions here and abroad, with stock markets volatile and safe returns hard to come by, individual investors can be victimized more often and with more severe results than ever before. At Securities Arbitration, as we have been since 1989, we are dedicated to working for truly burned and ripped-off investors nationwide, case-by-case-by-case. It is our work, our mission.”
Concludes Young: “Burned investors should take a deep breath, overcome their embarrassment and if they have been burned and abused, they should fight back. Securities arbitration provides the means and the opportunity.”
Free by request: Burned Invstor's Rcovery Pak. 1-800-222-4724
Media: For Interviews Plus More Information: Call Caren at 1-424-268-4341 or email FraudFight@gmail.com
Who we are: The nationwide Securities Arbitration Hotline @ 1-800-222-4724 has been operated as a free service for Main Street burned investors since 1989 by Securities Arbitration's Paul Young. Our mission is to get money back for burned Main Streeters when Wall Street and financial firms and brokers have victimized them. Paul Young has recovered a total of millions for individual investors utilizing securities arbitration and mediation.
Paul Young is also available for print and air providing unbiased all-money matters expert commentary, without conflicts of interest. He can communicate, inform, entertain, and enlighten in a clear manner.
Paul Young, founder and CEO of Securities Arbitration is fully all-media experienced. His many appearances include CNN, CNBC, Mutual, Fox Radio Network, NPR, and regularly on national, syndicated, and local radio programs. Young and SAG have been profiled in print, including the Christian Science Monitor, Tribune Media Services, Creator’s Syndicate, Los Angeles Business Journal, other syndicated columns, and many other national and local print media. Paul was also business and money matters editor for “MSM” webzine, authored “Arbitration for Investors Burned by Brokerage Firms” for Personal Investing News magazine, and was subject-matter contributor to three books, including "Everything You Wanted to Know About Investing."
Paul Young is available for interviews, guest appearances and news spots 24/7. For all money matters interviews, broadcast and print, call Caren at 1-800-222-4724. Short notice OK.