The unintentional omission of material facts in your presentations can be as dangerous as fraud. And it doesn’t exonerate you even if you don’t hold yourself out as a fiduciary. So, if you omit a fact that could have altered the buying decision and that decision negatively effects your client you have a problem. And the first-place arbitrators and litigators troll is your online profile.
Bios are in fact, autobiographies that are used for touting expertise, authority and advanced knowledge. You may view your online bio as an advertising strategy. But it can be turned against you and used as a signed confession of guilt. Using superlatives, power adjectives or high voltage vocabulary about yourself in the public domain can be the most incriminating evidence against you.
You made some assertions in your social media posts about your financial prowess and now you made an omission. So even if your resume is truthful, you may want to modify some the “over the top” descriptions about yourself for your own protection.