Claim Against Mark Just and Triad Advisors LLC for Alleged Investment Fraud

Investment fraud is a serious allegation that can have significant consequences for both financial advisors and their clients. Recently, a claimant alleged that an alternative investment recommendation made by Mark Just over six years ago was not in line with his needs and objectives, and was not adequately explained to him. The claimant is seeking $50,000 in damages from TRIAD ADVISORS LLC, where Mark Just served as an investment advisor from 01/26/2004 to 06/18/2021.

Understanding the Seriousness of the Allegation

Allegations of investment fraud are taken very seriously by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). According to FINRA Rule 2111, also known as the Suitability Rule, brokers and advisors are required to have a reasonable basis to believe that a recommended transaction or investment strategy is suitable for the customer. This is based on the information obtained through the reasonable diligence of the member or associated person to ascertain the customer’s investment profile.

Why This Matters for Investors

Investors trust financial advisors to make recommendations that align with their financial goals and risk tolerance. When this trust is violated, it can lead to significant financial losses. This is why allegations of unsuitable recommendations are so serious. They undermine investor confidence and can deter individuals from investing, which can have long-term implications for their financial health.

Red Flags for Financial Advisor Malpractice

Investors should be aware of several red flags that could indicate financial advisor malpractice. These include:

  • Recommendations that do not align with the investor’s stated goals or risk tolerance
  • Lack of transparency or failure to adequately explain investment strategies
  • Consistent losses or failure to achieve expected returns

How Investors Can Recover Losses

If you suspect that you have been a victim of investment fraud, it’s important to take action quickly. Haselkorn & Thibaut, a national investment fraud law firm with offices in Florida, New York, North Carolina, Arizona, and Texas, is currently investigating the advisor and company involved in this case. With over 50 years of experience and a 98% success rate, they have successfully recovered financial losses for investors through FINRA Arbitration.

FINRA Arbitration is a dispute resolution process that is faster and less formal than litigation. It can help investors recover losses caused by investment fraud or advisor malpractice. Haselkorn & Thibaut offers free consultations and operates on a “No Recovery, No Fee” policy. To discuss your case, call their toll-free consultation number at 1-800-856-3352.

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