On December 22, 2020, the SEC filed a lawsuit against Ripple Labs, Inc., and two of its executives, Bradley Garlinghouse and Christian Larsen, alleging that the company raised over $1 billion through the sale of its digital asset ($XRP) in an unregistered securities offering. While no one knows for certain why the SEC decided to file the Ripple/XRP action on the eve of the SEC chairman’s resignation, one thing is certain: The prices of XRP plummeted and several exchanges have delisted XRP or suspended XRP trading following the SEC lawsuit. These actions could have severe consequences to the holders of XRP. We are here to help. If you lost money on Ripple (XRP), you may be entitled to recovery. Please answer a few short questions to help us determine if we can help you. We will try to let you know within three business days. There is no charge for our review of your case. We represent clients on contingency, meaning that you don’t pay us unless we recover money for you.

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