What do I do if I believe I was a victim of IRC?
In fact, IRC’s bankruptcy petition lists 29 creditors throughout the U.S. who sent in over $1 million for coins, but never got them. Additionally, many consumers have filed lawsuits against IRC for coins they never received. For example, one woman is claiming that IRC contacted her elderly father to persuade him to trade in some coins he stored in a Swiss bank, and that IRC wrote to that bank claiming they had power of attorney over his account and authorized its liquidation. The woman is claiming that IRC scammed her father out of almost $400,000.
Also, a retired nurse filed a lawsuit against the company stating that IRC failed to supervise one of their former salesmen who took her files with him when he left the company and defrauded her in a series of trades. She is seeking $235,000 in damages.
If you believe you were a victim of coin fraud by International Rarities Corp, you need to talk with a qualified and experienced coin fraud attorney to find out about your rights and what you may be entitled to.
Call the Voss Law Firm today to speak with a skilled Texas coin fraud attorney at 888-614-7730 for a free, no-obligation discussion of your case. Also, our firm will provide you with a complimentary copy of coin fraud attorney Bill Voss’s book Coin Fraud – Is Your Investment at Risk?
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