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  1. The purpose of this thread is to initiate a discussion with fellow eToro customers to examine the possibility of bringing a class action lawsuit against eToro, with the aim of recovering all the money lost on missold products. eToro encouraged thousands of inexperienced customers to bet their money on risky Contracts for Differences (CFDs). I argue that eToro negligently failed to ensure that customers properly understood the risks involved. The majority of these customers would not have put their money at risk if they had been properly informed by eToro. I submit that eToro is guilt
  2. Before you start planning to retire, this is in the U.S. but as class actions can now be done in the UK, it's good info to keep in the back of your mind.
  3. Well now, this was a shock !! Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3460891/St-Louis-jury-awards-72M-Johnson-Johnson-cancer-suit.html#ixzz41C1D6S4T
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