There is no legal trading of any securities without a valid license for the appropriate security. If you do not have the right license for example to trade futures, and you do, then you have a serious problem. Don't do it!
Generally speaking you can legally pay a referral fee on a commercial loan. For example if you apply for a commercial loan online via a lending aggregator, a referral fee may be charged to the loan. Lender will often pay this fee, but some aggregators pass this tax the borrower.
Ultimately, if there was a material misrepresentation made in connection with the sale of the investment, then you could potentially sue for it. Generally the misrepresentation must be made at the time of sale to be actionable.
With regards to notice of the change of ownership, that...View More
We lost contact with this man and my father has almost no way to contact him. I had thousands of pictures and hundreds of documents on there and I am worried I won't get it back. How should we go about this??
Best bet is to hire a PI to find the guy if it is important to you, then you can determine what your best options are. If you can't find the guy you can't really do much. He did not steal the laptop and may have tried to contact you and he may say you did not pay for the services...View More
or since she is already older than 21, the deposits can be considered my money? I never closed my daughter's UTMA account when she was 21. She is now 24 and I realized that I deposited substantial money into her UTMA account after she was 21 that I considered to me mine and not hers. Can I now... View More
As a general rule, once money is deposited into an UTMA account, it is irrevocable. In other words, the money cannot be returned to the person who deposited the money. This is so even when the child reaches the age of majority. You should discuss your situation with your bank and your daughter....View More
You need to have an in person consultation with an experienced business attorney to learn exactly what the rules and requirements are for you to operate this type of business in NJ. You can have serious problems if you do not conduct your business properly. Good luck.
Two guys were claiming to be stock investors. I invest $55,00.00 with the first guy, and he made me sign a contract, with his and my signature. when i asked for my return money with the profit, the second guy came me 5 checks worth more than $118,000.00. But the checks bounced and the bank gave me... View More
My husband bought a house in Georgia less than a month after he gave me a letter to say he was moving out and taking few of his stuff. He bought a house in Georgia and have his ex wife name added to the property because doesn't want me nor our baby to attain any of his assets. His name... View More
I am sorry to hear of your ordeal. In order to determine what your entitlement is, the best thing is to have an in person consultation with an experienced matrimonial law attorney. It sounds as though marital assets were used to purchase this property. An attorney will also be able to obtain...View More
The answer depends on what they withdrew the money for, and what agreements you may have signed with PNC.
If it was just to fund your account, then it should be very easy to reverse the transaction.
If, on the other hand, it was to buy securities, and those securities have already...View More
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