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Kristian Kraszewski

Kristian Kraszewski’s Answers

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  • Fraudster took our money - is USURY a total defense or can we still sue him to recover our principal investment?

    Me and two friends of mine have all been defrauded by the same guy who told us we were investing in a land acquisition deal off the coast of the virgin islands. He took 150k from me 300k from my friend and 500k from the guy that got us all into th...

    Kristian’s Answer

    Consult an attorney in GA right away

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  • Do I disclose on form U4 for my series 6?

    I just got hired at a new financial firm. As I was filling out form U4 it asked if I had compromise with creditors, I am obtaining the documentation for my firm now. However, they also mentioned that if I had collections accounts and charged off c...

    Kristian’s Answer

    I don't see a way around disclosing these issues

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  • Which specialty would advise me regarding a claim against a major bank's Investment Services?

    I used the investment service of my trusted bank and believe I have a legitimate claim of poor practice by that investment arm. All inquiries to my bank and to regulating agencies have been referred back to the investment service.

    Kristian’s Answer

    You should consult with an experienced securities attorney to evaluate your potential claim. I am happy to review your claim or make an introduction to a securities attorney near you that represents investors. 239 227 0804

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  • My wife & I and other investors were victims of a stock fraud. The perpetrator died a year ago. Who do we contact?

    Prefer to discuss details with the law firm.

    Kristian’s Answer

    Contact a securities attorney right away. I can provide a complimentary consultation at 239 227 0804

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  • What are my chances of winning a law suit for recouping money lost via a financial consultant on my Annuity?

    He forged my name to move my funds between companies. So I moved my funds to another company and I lost $ in the process. We came to an agreement that he owes me, he has only made two payments to me. Now he works for another company, but tells m...

    Kristian’s Answer

    You should consult with a Florida securities litigation attorney right away

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  • Federal Court.

    if a license agent for a major Financial Broker committed securities fraud and the license agent lives in the same state at the Plaintiff and the major Financial Broker of the license agent is in another state, can this action go to federal court?...

    Kristian’s Answer

    Consult a securities attorney. You likely signed an agreement to arbitrate your case

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  • Can someone sue me over lost investment?

    Against my advice he took out a loan and invested 7500, and I invested 30k in a advertising business. Business went under due to industry changes. All the money was lost. No paperwork was done or agreements signed. I paid 1000 back as a favor to h...

    Kristian’s Answer

    You should consult a local attorney to get some advice. Bring all relevant paperwork and communications with you to the meeting

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  • I invested in a REIT eight years ago. It crashed - they now say we can't pull our money out - can they do that?

    Behringer Harvard REIT 1 ... our financial planner said we'd have to keep money in for 5 years - now, eight years later, BH says we can't get at it unless the board decides otherwise. We've lost over $50K in this investment, as have many others.

    Kristian’s Answer

    You need to contact an attorney right away regarding this issue. I have handled a great deal of these Behringer case and can give you a complimentary review of your case. kristian@kyroslaw.com

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  • What can I do if an investment planner mishandled my IRA and I have lost 2/3rds of my money which I was to live on in old age?

    I told the planner I did not want the priniciple touched and just wanted what we could get without losing the principle investment. When account kept going down questions were asked again and again why. Was told not to pay attention to the amoun...

    Kristian’s Answer

    This sounds like a disaster. I am sorry that you are going through this. Consult a securities fraud attorney right away. The attorney can provide a complimentary case review and explain your options.

    Best of luck

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  • Is it normal for an attorney to not "fight" for their clients?

    I hired an attorney for my husband and I feel like he isn't aggressive at ALL. Matter of fact he just tells me what the state says. Like all he's doing is going right along with the state. Is this normal or better for us in the long run? To not be...

    Kristian’s Answer

    it sounds like a meeting to discuss the case is necessary. being aggressive for the sake of being aggressive isn't always effective and could ultimately have your attorney lose credibility in the case

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