Securities Lawyers.....Recovering Investment Losses
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Posted by boosiebadazz on 3/11 at 1:05 pm to tgrbaitn08
you can make the online account and eventually find out what the written agreement was, but there are only 3 ways this plays out:

1. he needed your express permission, didnt have it, and he can get fired and all tha stuff you said you didnt want to have happen

2. he needed your implied permission, or he had outright authority, in which you arent recovering anything bc he didnt breach any duty

3. you join the class action and get 7 cents



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Posted by tgrbaitn08 on 3/11 at 1:12 pm to boosiebadazz
LINK

Does this link work for you?




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Posted by boosiebadazz on 3/11 at 1:12 pm to tgrbaitn08
yep

but im not reading all that



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Posted by RedStickBR on 3/11 at 1:15 pm to tgrbaitn08
quote:

Unless I have entered into an Edward Jones Advisory Solutions® agreement, Edward Jones shall have no obligation or discretion to direct the investment of my account and is merely 2&!"()1V#3$!($20W&1)#$2.3$"(:3$!"#$'2)!10&:2)$1.9#%!+#.!%$%'#01/#3$ by me.


quote:

=.$E"&8,*#%&.$-*'(0*.F#*E"#-1#*(G#*H&,#8/ Unless I have executed an Edward Jones Advisory Solutions® agreement or an Edward Jones Managed Account Program® agreement in connection with this account, I am opening with Edward Jones a non-discretionary account for broker-dealer services


So this agreement is standardized in that you get the same one despite which account type you actually have (so it appears).

So we're back to square one.

I was anticipating a non-standardized agreement that would specify which type of account you have. Is there anywhere else on your account online that makes that specification?



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Posted by tgrbaitn08 on 3/11 at 1:24 pm to boosiebadazz
quote:

yep

but im not reading all that





Me either.

aint nobody got time fo that



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Posted by tgrbaitn08 on 3/11 at 1:26 pm to RedStickBR
quote:


I was anticipating a non-standardized agreement that would specify which type of account you have. Is there anywhere else on your account online that makes that specification?



It's a Traditional IRA/SEP account



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Posted by boosiebadazz on 3/11 at 1:27 pm to tgrbaitn08
because he's your friend and you dont want to frick his career up, there really isn't a favorable outcome for you

but your friend wouldnt be getting anymore of my money after this



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Posted by tirebiter on 3/11 at 1:56 pm to tgrbaitn08
Look at 15) Arbitration clause. You are limited to arbitration on legal matters. EJ has been thrown under the bus on this forum for years, have no idea why people continue to go to their high cost, ill informed sales people.


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