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Seminars and Sermons Held at Atlanta Church Allegedly Investment Fraud

Bishop Eddie Long, a pastor with New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Atlanta, was allegedly involved in an investment fraud scheme that targeted members of his church congregation. Long allegedly ran the scheme along with Ephren Taylor, Jr., of North Carolina.

According to the allegations, Long and Taylor enticed investors through seminars on building wealth, and also through some related sermons. The seminars were held at the church. Many members of the congregation say Taylor urged them to put money from their retirement accounts into the investments, and many members report losing a portion of their life savings.

Although both men in the case are under investigation, the church itself is not under investigation at this time.

Taylor is also a defendant in a North Carolina lawsuit, which alleges that he also made potentially fraudulent investment presentations at several other churches across the nation.

The FINRA lawyers with Meyer Wilson represent victims of investment fraud, stock scams, and Ponzi schemes in stockbroker mediation, arbitration, and litigation. We have recovered millions of dollars in investment losses for our clients, and look forward to speaking with you about your circumstances.

Categories: Investment Fraud

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