May 04, 2012 2:18 PM ET
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If you invested in Cawley Multifamily Fund I, LP, you may be able to recover your investment losses by filing a FINRA arbitration against your selling broker.

The broker/dealers that sold the Cawley Fund include, Optivest, Capital Financial Services, Inc.; Calton & Associates, Inc.; and VSR Financial Services, Inc. Soreide Law is looking into sales specifically by Optivest broker, Mark Van Mourick.

Investors through VSR Financial, Capital Financial Services and Odyssey Securities were told that these notes were secured notes and appropriate for fixed income investors. The sales presentations, usually surrounding a free lunch or dinner, and marketed to elderly clients, may have not adequately disclosed the risk associated with the secured notes or the illiquidity of the secured notes.

If VSR Financial, Optivest, Capital Financial Services, or any other brokerage firm sold you an investment in Cawley Multifamily Fund call Soreide Law at (888) 760-6552 or visit Free consultation, representing investors nationwide. No fee if no recovery.

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