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Blog Posts in February, 2016

Rumors Swirl that Texas-based REIT May Be a Massive Ponzi Scheme The investment fraud lawyers at the law firm of Meyer Wilson are investigating potential claims on behalf investors in United ... Continue reading "Investment Fraud Law Firm Meyer Wilson Investigating Claims Against Brokerage Firm That Sold United Development Funding to its Clients" »
United Development Funding IV was recently raided by the FBI after allegations surfaced that the REIT was functioning like a Ponzi scheme. The FBI recently conducted a raid of United Development ... Continue reading "Texas REIT Gets Surprise Visit from FBI" »
As the baby boomer generation continues to age, financial abuse grows in products like annuities and life insurance, a shift from fraud tactics of years past. Historically, unscrupulous advisors have ... Continue reading "Financial Predators Turn to Insurance Products to Target the Elderly" »
FINRA recently ordered three firms to pay fines and restitution for failing to give some of their clients eligible discounts on purchases of unit investment trusts. Brokerage firms need to be vigilant ... Continue reading "Brokerage Firms on the Hook for Missed Breakpoint Discounts" »
Some firms are endorsing high CD yields even though they can be extremely costly and risky. Why? While some of these promotional rates may be legitimate, others may just be marketing ploys purely for ... Continue reading "Warning to Investors: Watch Out for High-Yield CD Offers" »
Our securities fraud attorneys are investigating misconduct allegations surrounding Robert Regan of NFP Securities. According to proceedings brought by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority ... Continue reading "Meyer Wilson Investigating Allegations Surrounding NFP Securities Broker Robert Regan" »
According to the SEC, E.S. Financial worked with non-U.S. citizens as if they were their own customers, yet did not have adequate customer identification programs to verify their identities. On ... Continue reading "E.S. Financial To Pay $1 Million Over Anti-Money Laundering Lapses" »
On February 3, 2016, FINRA filed an order accepting offer of settlement. Walter Francis Grenda, Jr. has been barred from associating with any FINRA member in any capacity. FINRA recently accepted an ... Continue reading "Update on Former MACC Broker Walter Francis Grenda, Jr." »
On February 3, 2016, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced charges of fraud against a lending company out of Manhattan and its owner. Fraud charges were also levied against the brokerage ... Continue reading "Lending Company and Brokerage Firm Charged with Fraud" »

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