SEC Fraud Claim

Are you Aware of Fraud at your Company?


You may be entitled to collect Millions of Dollars by anonymously reporting this Fraud to the SEC.

In an effort to stem the flood of corporate fraud Congress enacted the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act in 2010. This act for the first time in history empowers employees of ANY publicly traded company to report fraud and collect millions of dollars in compensation. This law may have revolutionary impact on checking the greed at american corporations.

Our law firm is among the first in the country to have filed claims with the SEC on behalf of individuals who have come forward with information against some of the largest companies and banks in the United States.

The new law authorizes the SEC to reward those who expose fraud at public companies from between 10% - 30% of any amount recovered over $1 million dollars.

Types of securities fraud include manipulation of a stock price or volume, billing irregularities, misreporting sales, insider trading, theft, bribery of foreign officials, and any type of fraud that results in economic harm. Recently a company quality manager, an individual at Glaxo, asserted in her whistle blower claim that she warned Glaxo of serious quality control problems but, instead of addressing the problems, the company fired her instead, among the problems she reported contaminated products as well as product mix-ups. She is now in line to receive around $95 million dollars after Glaxo agreed to pay $750 Million in fines. Most frauds are not at this scale, but if you have knowledge you may come forward and collect huge awards and correct misdeeds.

A SEC Whistle blower can obtain a free initial consultation from our experienced whistleblower attorneys.
You will get:
Protection and anonymity during litigation
Help the whistleblower become the first to file.
High quality submission to the SEC.
Greatly increase chances at receiving a contingency fee arrangement and size of cash reward.

Call us now. Please call Attorney Bill Kyros at 1-800-934-2921 to discuss your rights.

Kyros Law is a Boston-based law firm with significant experience representing whistleblowers in SEC actions. For info about our law firm please our Kyros Law web site.

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