A very large financial institution handling my retirement accounts has changed the payout of a previously stated 'guaranteed' rate for an IRA. This commitment was stated to me by multiple agents of the fin. inst. on multiple occasions on recorded lines. I made my own financial plans and commitments based upon those assurances and now I stand to lose between $20000 and $40000 because of their actions. Do I have a case?
1 Answer from Attorneys
You may, but more information would be needed to properly assess this. Please feel free to call attorney David Neuman in my office at 312/332-4200 to discuss it. Thank you.
Jeffrey M. Shancer
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