Are the US Securities Acts the Ultimate “Terminology” Fraudster?
As a doctor and investor, I have learned thru the internet that Larry Elford, an Investment Misconduct and Malpractice Consultant – and many others – believe that the ultimate terminology fraudster is the US Securities Acts (1935 & 1940) and the Investment Adviser Act. Why?
They have no such category as “advisor” in the Acts.
Industry lawyers know this well, as does FINRA, and may be using this “spelling ruse” to dupe and deceive millions of Americans into believing that their commission sales “broker” is some kind of fiduciary “adviser” professional.
Some even believe it to be an industry pandemic of “bait and switch” to deceive and then shortchange investors.
VIDEO: Here is an under 2 minute glimpse into the Three Card Monte game being played, upon investors, when your Securities Commission proudly tells you to “check your “adviser’s” registration”.
Is this a mere lexicon conundrum; or truer pathology?
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