How to Lose a Stock Loss Recovery Case with Cold Spring Advisory Group in Three Easy Steps

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Blog , Business , Opinion , Reviews

Stock loss recovery claims are serious. You can’t bring a claim without being able to prove that your investment loss was due to the unethical and/or illegal actions of the party you’re listing as the Respondent of the claim.  So how you can lose a stock loss recovery case in three easy steps? let me show you. 

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Stock Loss Recovery Co. Cold Spring Advisory and Louis Ottimo Uncovered

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Business , Opinion , Reviews

When you look into investment recovery co. Cold Spring Advisory and Louis Ottimo uncovered it would appear that they are preying on unsuspecting investors. Maybe they are, maybe they arn’t. Investment recovery is also referred to as stock loss recovery, and Cold Spring Advisory LLC. claims to help — all you need do is pay them an upfront fee of thousands of Dollars.

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Anger Management

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: In Search Of , Insights , Opinion

Have you ever gotten so angry that you’ve lashed out, either physically or verbally? When do you know that you’ve crossed the line and require anger management techniques, or outside help?

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The Rapid Rise of Technology and The Public Forum

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: In Search Of , Insights , Opinion

The rapid rise of technology is claimed by some to be inhibiting human interaction. Others claim that it contributes to the public journal and the broadcasting of it. What do you think, can both sides be correct?

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A T-Mobile Customer Service Nightmare

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Debate This , Opinion , Reviews

A T-Mobile customer service nightmare awaited me upon my return to New York City. After a long-extended stay overseas –, I thought I was returning to the “1st” world,” you know the land of innovation, efficiency and the highest standards of customer service excellence. Is there any other industry beyond cellular that can charge more, provide less, and make your life miserable in the process? The first cell-phone I purchased was in 1986. The receiver looked a lot like a home phone, but cradled into a large 5lb battery pack. It cost $3,000 and $1 per minute. […]

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