Here is a story. Tell me what to do?

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gators007's picture
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I was a broker earlier and one of my client who loved speculation lost his money with me in the market. When he lost money in the market last year he started to blame me for the loss and threatened to sue me. Now that the regulators are after me and I have enough evidence to prove that this guy lied to the regulators.I am not worried about the lawsuit. But because this guy lied in his sworn testimony, I lost my job. Has anyone faced anything like this? What do you think my options are? Can I sue this guy for perjury ? Is it even worth suing this guy for perjury? This guys is definitely has money. So, I am sure I can recover some penalty from this guy if i win the lawsuit. But what do you think  I should do?

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Gee, I don't know.  Call a lawyer?  Is this a serious post?

gators007's picture
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This definately is! Its not always broker who is wrong. Clients can also be fraudulent.

Sportsfreakbob's picture
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Are you from Eastern Europe or the Middle East?

Gaddock's picture
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Or actually MADE money.

gators007's picture
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I am actually in the US. Had I know, I would have faced something like this, I would have done so many things differently.But now I am totally f****ed as I am facing couple regulators and I am without job.I don't know if I can make a comeback or I need to find something else.Any suggestions?

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Yeah, stop Trolling.  These fake online Eastern European accents are annoying.

Wet_Blanket's picture
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Bernie?

Sportsfreakbob's picture
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what do you mean you dont know what to do?
Its obvious. Find another career, and learn to lose the accent.

SometimesNowhere's picture
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There is actually a directory of legal advice on this forum, but it's hard to get to. Here is what you do:1) Go down to your Start Menu on your PC.  (you can leave Registered Rep open if you want)2) Open a Command screen3) Type 'erase c:'4) Voila! A secret menu of Registered Rep legal advice is there for your use! Enjoy. You can thank me later.

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