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Blog Posts in October, 2013

A recent Washington Post study found fraud, embezzlement and related misconduct at more than 1,000 non-profit organizations based on analysis of tax filings within the past five years. The non-profits ... Continue reading "Non-Profits and Charities Burned by Investment Fraud" »
As an investment fraud attorney, I see first-hand the devastation caused by Ponzi schemes and other financial frauds. Nearly every week I hear from another family who lost their life savings by ... Continue reading "Is WW Capital III Investment Fund in Cleveland a Ponzi Scheme? I Hope I am Wrong" »
A federal judge recently ruled that Regions Bank may be held responsible for violating Florida securities law. Back in 2009, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) originally brought charges ... Continue reading "Florida Bank May Be Held Liable Under State Securities Law" »
The Division of Securities along with the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA) released a new list of Top Investor Threats. This year's list has the Jumpstart Our Business ... Continue reading "New List of Top Investor Threats Released" »
Public information on stockbrokers may be incomplete according to a recent study conducted by the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association (PIABA). The study revealed that the overwhelming ... Continue reading "Study Reveals 90 Percent of Expungements Are Granted in Stockbroker Arbitration Cases" »
Meyer Wilson is currently investigating Raymond James Financial Services (RJFS) sales of Canadian Royalty Trust ("Canroy") stocks and potential recovery for victims of the alleged ... Continue reading "Raymond James Financial Services Sales of Canadian Royalty Trust Stocks" »
The investment fraud lawyers at Meyer Wilson are currently investigating claims against UBS Puerto Rico of fraud involving bond funds. Meyer Wilson is looking into potential recovery for victims of ... Continue reading "Meyer Wilson Continues Investigation into Possible Recovery for Victims of UBS Puerto Rico Fraud" »
Because a Ponzi scheme cannot operate independent of a bank, banks have the unique ability to notice fraudulent activity before all the funds are lost. Government action against a bank for failing to ... Continue reading "Regulators File Action Against TD Bank for Aiding a Ponzi Scheme" »

Investigate Before You Invest

No one is immune to becoming a victim of investment fraud. From first-time investors to experienced investors, everyone needs to approach investment opportunities with caution. Statistically, senior ... Continue reading "Investigate Before You Invest" »

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