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Why the Collapse of Option Sellers is Troubling and Tragic but Unsurprising

The business run by James Cordier and his colleagues (Option Sellers) was full of red flags from our perspective as Investor Rights Attorneys: Investing in energy options within self-directed IRAs; purportedly “conservative” strategies with high returns that involved leveraged energy option investing; a sales pitch that required high minimums to invest, along with a theme that investing with Option Sellers would make you “one of the elite”; and accounts apparently […]

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Investing In Timeshares | Industry Reform Has NOT Cured Problems

In our ongoing weekly video series, Chris Vernon goes over timeshares and what options are available to an unhappy investor and why they should always be wary of false guarantees. Over the many years of Vernon Litigation Group we have helped several investors leave their unwanted timeshares and we wanted to give some information and a few warnings to any potential investors out there looking for their own way out. […]

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When Filing A Claim The Time Limit Might Be Shorter Than You Think

In our ongoing weekly video series, Chris Vernon urges investors to move quickly if they believe that they have a legal claim. Even if the statues of limitations give an investor several years to file a claim it is entirely possible, and depressingly likely, that some contracts or specific case laws can give an investor a very short timeframe to bring a claim. Find out more here:

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