Crypto Loss Recovery
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Because cryptocurrency is still early in its adoption cycle, citizens who are intrepid enough to venture into the space are exposed to risks that can cause them large losses when trading in initial offerings (ICOs and IEOs) and on exchanges in the secondary market. Unlike on traditional exchanges registered with the SEC, investors in crypto are less protected from misinformation, often subjected to wild price fluctuations, and may find that basic fiduciary duties are ignored. The result: financial losses that can often be devastating for the investor.
We are here to help. Many times an investor is entitled to recoup all of her losses, even when fraud is not suspected, and even when trading in mainstream coins and tokens like EOS, TRX, KNC and others. If you lost money trading, you may be entitled to a refund based on the issuers’ failure to register a token as a security or because the exchange failed to follow SEC or FINRA requirements. This can include centralized exchanges (like Coinbase, Kraken, Binance, etc.), decentralized exchanges (DEX), and trading from wallets.
We represent clients on contingency, meaning that you don’t pay us unless we recover money for you. Please answer a few short questions to help us determine if we can help you. There is no charge for our review of your answers. One of our attorneys or paralegals will be in touch with you shortly.
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