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FINRA Arbitration filed against Kari Marlin Bracy and NYLife Securities, LLC

In July 2018, one of our clients filed a FINRA arbitration against Jacksonville Beach-based financial advisor Kari Bracy and her brokerage firm, NYLife Securities, LLC regarding the sale of Future Income Payments, LLC (FIP, LLC). This sale occurred without full and fair disclosure being made to our investor about the risks associated with this investment and the amount of the commission earned.

Our firm is representing one (1) of Kari Bracy’s investors, and are urging her other FIP, LLC investors to contact us to discuss their experiences.

If Kari Bracy was your financial advisor and you invested in FIP, LLC you may have a potential claim. We are investigating claims by investors for unsuitable investing in FIP, LLC, and Kari Bracy not properly disclosing the very high risks associated with this investment.

If you are an individual or institutional investor who has any concerns about the losses experienced in FIP, LLC or any other securities, please contact us for a no-cost and no-obligation evaluation of your specific facts and circumstances. You may have a viable claim for recovery of your investment losses by filing a securities arbitration case with FINRA.

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