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Investors’ rights lawyers are advising senior investors to stay alert when looking at potential investment opportunities.  Recently,  a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) panel entered an arbitration award in favor of a senior couple against Ameriprise Financial Services Inc. regarding an investment made six years ago.

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Albertus Niehuis Jr. and his wife Andrea allegedly made an investment with Ameriprise Financial in early 2008 involving three high-risk tenant-in-common investments in hotels and office complexes. The total investment amount was $1.03 million.  One of these three investments failed completely, and the other two lost significant value.

Fortunately, Niehuis and his wife had the good sense to contact a securities arbitration lawyer, and their situation was put in front of a FINRA arbitration panel.  The FINRA panel found that Ameriprise’s investment advice was not appropriate considering the elderly couple’s risk tolerance and ordered Ameriprise to pay $1.17 million to the couple

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