A group of alleged Ohio stockbroker fraud victims have filed a complaint
with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). The group is
seeking recovery from the three firms that employed Ohio stockbroker Jeffrey
Kelly, who is accused of stockbroker misconduct that cost investors hundreds
of thousands of dollars. The firms include Questar Capital, WRP Investments,
and Woodbury Financial Services.
The alleged victims of Dublin, Ohio stockbroker Jeffrey Kelly say that
they were alerted by the FBI to a potential investment scam last summer.
At approximately the same time, Mr. Kelly is said to have fled Ohio.
The investor group that filed the FINRA complaint is being represented by the
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Dec 18, 2012 - Ohio Grand Jury Charges Jeff Kelly with Orchestrating Ponzi
Scheme Defrauding Ohioans from More Than $1.5 Million After his Arrest
May 30, 2013 - Jeffrey Kelly Pleads Guilty to Investment Fraud Scheme
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