The New York Post reports that Vivian Falto claims her broker ignored plenty of red flags as Puerto Rico’s bond prices began to fall — and even turned aside her concerns about the collapsing bond market in the island paradise and advised her to stay the course.
The advice turned her life into a financial hell, she claims.
'He assured me the bonds were secure and there was no risk', she told The Post in a recent interview.
Falto’s financial nightmare began in 2011, when she inherited money after her father — a successful businessman in Puerto Rico — died.
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