Texas Bank Fraud Lawyer Handles Investment Fraud, AML Violations, SAR Violations, CFTC and SEC Whistleblower Reward Cases, FINRA Claims, and other Bank Fraud Cases
Texas bank fraud lawyer, Jason Coomer, handles a variety of types of commercial litigation including whistleblower reward claims and large damage civil actions. More specifically, he helps bank insiders anonymously expose market manipulation schemes, money laundering schemes, and other illegal conduct. He also represents families, investors, and businesses who have lost significant investments and wealth through broker, financial adviser, and wealth management fraud, negligence, or breach of fiduciary duty. His practice includes: SEC Whistleblower Reward Actions, AML Whistleblower Reward Actions, CFTC Whistleblower Reward Actions, broker fraud lawsuits, investment fraud lawsuits, ponzi scheme lawsuits, and real estate investment fraud lawsuits. He commonly works with other bank fraud lawyers and real estate investment fraud lawyers on large investment fraud cases.
If you are a bank insider aware of significant illegal conduct or have suffered a significant financial loss of over $100,000.00, contact Texas bank fraud lawyer Jason Coomer through e-mail or use our contact form.
Texas Bank Fraud Lawyers Handle FINRA Claims, Whistleblower Reward Cases, And Other Forms of Bank Fraud
Banks commit a wide variety of types of bank fraud. From violations of Anti-Money Laundering Rules, the Securities Exchange Act, and Commodity Exchange Act to Market Manipulation Schemes and Investment Fraud. More specifically, brokers, money services companies, wealth management departments, financial advisors, and other financial companies commonly violate the law and take money from investors. Bank fraud also occurs when a bank makes false representations and/or claims regarding their services, loans, investments, or other products. Bank fraud can also occur when financial professional collude with other parties to fraudulently change loan terms or investment terms. Examples of these cases include devaluing assets, misrepresenting real estate values, pushing for false appraisals, changing credit reports, and causing losses on investments or unnecessary defaults on loans. Bank fraud can occur in many forms, occasionally through inadvertent mismanagement, false advertisements, or attempts to maximize profits over the best interests of clients including individuals and businesses.
Bank Lending, Real Estate Foreclosure, and Real Estate Investment Fraud Lawsuits (Bank Fraud Lawyers)
Over the past decade, real estate investment has been an extremely lucrative investment for many bank, brokers, investors, families, businesses, and individuals. This has been especially true in Austin Texas and different parts of Texas where the value of real estate has increased dramatically and the construction industry has been booming. Investors and banks from all over the World have been purchasing property in Texas and many have made a great deal of money. For many of these real estate investors they have gotten into projects at the ground floor and have made a substantial amount of money. However, for other investors they have been taken advantage of by unscrupulous real estate developers, been caught in fraudulent transactions, or have been pulled into a lawsuit by a fraudulent, negligent, or bankrupt party.
With recent developments in the credit market and real estate market, many misrepresentations and fraudulent transactions have come to light. Investment properties are not all increasing in value and the lax wild west booming market that allowed less oversight has attracted many deceptive people that will do anything for a profit. Too many real estate developers and sellers have cut so many corners and have found accomplices only interested in making a sale in real estate brokers, agents, appraisers, escrow agents, title companies, and mortgage companies. These groups of real estate "professionals" have created traps for real estate investors that take hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars.
Texas Real Estate Fraud Lawyers and Real Estate Fraud Lawyers Throughout the United States
In working with other Real Estate Fraud Lawyers, Jason Coomer has worked hard in handling large real estate fraud cases where tens of millions of dollars are at stake and investors need a legal team to seek justice. These teams represent real estate investors that have been lured into bad investments through misrepresentations about the actual value or condition of investment property. In some situations, real estate developers have used fraudulent appraisals and misrepresentations to fool investors out of millions of dollars. In many instances, the normal safe guards and checks on real estate deals including mortgage companies, escrow agents, title companies, and real estate agents do not work because they are mere agents of the fraudulent sellers or fail to do their due diligence to obtain a short term sale and collect a commission. In these situations, it is important to have a real estate fraud lawyer review your claim and if necessary file a real estate fraud lawsuit.
Austin Texas Real Estate Fraud Lawyer Jason Coomer commonly works with other Texas Real Estate Investment Fraud Lawyers on large real estate fraud claims through out Texas and also works with other Real Estate Investor Fraud Lawyers throughout the United States on large real estate fraud lawsuits. These litigation teams often file suits against several parties to seek justice.
The Real Estate Credit Crunch, Failure of Financing, and Collapsing Investments and Developments (Don't Get Stuck)
Unfortunately, the credit crunch has made many border line real estate deals unprofitable or caused the newer developments to collapse. In these cases many investors have lost hundreds of thousands of dollars or even millions of dollars, when financing does not come through. Even the investors that still can get financing can still lose substantial sums of money when the developer loses other investors and goes into bankruptcy or stops work. The value of the entire project drops dramatically and some of the developers grab all the money that they can and run or made fraudulent transfers.
If you have been caught in one of these collapsing real estate investments and your real estate developer has taken your earnest money & will not return it, is going through or threatening bankruptcy, has greatly misrepresented the value of your investment property, or has never finished your investment property & has left you in limbo, it is important to understand your rights and how to best protect your investment.
Texas Bank Fraud Lawyers Handle A Variety of Investment Fraud Cases Including Real Estate Fraud Lawsuits and FINRA Actions
Texas bank fraud and misrepresentation lawyer, Jason Coomer handles investment fraud lawsuits, fraudulent and negligent appraiser lawsuits, broker fraud lawsuits, bank misrepresentation lawsuits, ponzi scheme lawsuits, and real estate investment fraud lawsuits including both residential and commercial real estate fraud lawsuits. He commonly works with other bank fraud lawyers and real estate investment fraud lawyers on negligent & fraudulent appraisals, negligent misrepresentations, fraudulent misrepresentations, breach of contract, investment fraud, loan fraud, broker fraud, mortgage fraud, and other bank fraud lawsuits.
Texas Bank Fraud Lawyers Help Bank Whistleblowers, Families, Businesses, and Investors
Texas bank fraud lawyer Jason Coomer handles whistleblower, investment fraud, and other types of bank fraud cases. He commonly helps bank whistleblowers, families, businesses, and investors with large bank fraud cases. He also commonly works with San Antonio Bank Fraud Lawyers, Dallas Bank Fraud Lawyers, Houston Real Estate Fraud Lawyers, and other Texas Real Estate Appraisal Fraud Lawyers in providing representation and advice on large fraud and negligent misrepresentation lawsuits. He is admitted to practice in both Texas State Court and in Federal Court (Western District of Texas) as well as has handled large arbitrations, mediations, and negotiations.
If you, your business, or a group of investors need a Texas bank fraud lawyer to advise you on bank fraud lawsuit, contact Texas bank fraud lawyer Jason Coomer.
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