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Blog Posts in August, 2017

Former Broker Kim Dee Isaacson (CRD# 855618) has been barred by FINRA in a settlement over fraudulent misrepresentation and omissions. Isaacson began working in the securities industry in 1978 and ... Continue reading "Kim Dee Isaacson Permanently Barred by FINRA" »
Former Edward Jones financial advisor James Vincent Marino (CRD# 6192459) has been investigated by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) for allegations that he accepted gifts from a ... Continue reading "Former Edward Jones Broker James Vincent Marino Accused of Theft from Client" »
Former California broker Chad D. Hornday (CRD# 2776038) has recently been permanently barred by FINRA and is no longer able to work as a financial advisor. In August 2016, Hornday was “permitted ... Continue reading "Chad D. Hornday Accused of Selling Away, Barred by FINRA" »
Former Raymond James broker, James Edward Lyons, was discharged from Raymond James after client allegations of unauthorized trading in April of 2017. James Lyons, who is not currently registered, has ... Continue reading "Broker James Edward Lyons Accused of Unauthorized Trading" »
Alabama-based former broker Bryan Wayne Anderson is serving more than seven years in federal prison and has been barred by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for running a Ponzi scheme. ... Continue reading "Former Broker Bryan Wayne Anderson in Prison, Barred by SEC" »
Pennsylvania stockbroker Austin Dutton has reportedly been fined $200,000 by the Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities for selling at least one customer an unsuitable investment. ... Continue reading "Pennsylvania Broker Fined $200,000 for Selling Unsuitable Investment" »
Former Morgan Stanley broker Peter Doyle is barred from associating with any FINRA member firm in any capacity as a part of a Letter of Acceptance, Waiver & Consent (AWC) entered by FINRA on July ... Continue reading "Former Morgan Stanley Broker Peter Doyle Barred by FINRA" »
Donald A. DeVito II, a former Wells Fargo stockbroker, has been accused of churning and unsuitability in a recent customer complaint filed in May 2017. Regulatory documents show that Donald DeVito was ... Continue reading "Former Broker Donald A. DeVito II Accused of Churning and Unauthorized Trading" »
Meyer Wilson is proud to announce that founding partner David P. Meyer was named once again to the list of The Best Lawyers in America © in 2018 for both Professional Malpractice Law – ... Continue reading "Attorney David Meyer Selected to the 2018 List of The Best Lawyers in America¬©" »
Fraudsters use a wide array of tactics in their hunt for a new mark, and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently started cracking down on a new method, posting deceptive articles on ... Continue reading "Protect Yourself from Investment Research Stock Scams" »
John Nelson Crook is a stockbroker with a history of customer complaints against him. He has been accused of misrepresentation, engaging in excessive and unauthorized trading, recommending unsuitable ... Continue reading "Broker John Crook Hit With Complaints of Excessive Trading, Unsuitability, Others" »
Former Ameriprise financial advisor Daniel P. Doogs has been suspended by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) for failing to cooperate with a request by FINRA for information. He was ... Continue reading "Broker Daniel Doogs Suspended by FINRA, Terminated by Employer" »
Former Morgan Stanley broker Anthony Vincent Ferrone (CRD# 1192506) of Mahwah, New Jersey has been permanently barred from the securities industry. According to his publically-available BrokerCheck ... Continue reading "Anthony Vincent Ferrone Banned from Securities Industry Due to Unsuitable Unit Investment Trusts" »

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