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Blog Posts in November, 2017

Meyer Wilson is looking into allegations of broker misconduct against broker Samuel Boyce Rankin (CRD# 811491). Rankin currently works with UBS Financial Services Inc. in Charlotte, N.C., where he has ... Continue reading "Meyer Wilson Investigates Claims of Broker Misconduct Against Samuel Rankin" »
James Barton Lowther, a financial advisor currently with Merrill Lynch in Sarasota, Fla., is the subject of pending customer complaints, according to his Financial Industry Regulatory Authority ... Continue reading "Merrill Lynch Broker James Lowther Accused of Unauthorized Trading" »
Wells Fargo broker Jeffrey Randolph Wilson (CRD# 1161819) is the subject of a currently-pending customer dispute alleging that Wilson sold unsuitable energy securities and also made misrepresentations ... Continue reading "Unsuitable Energy Securities Endorsed by Jeffrey Randolph Wilson" »

Is Your Broker Making you Broker?

Financial advisors sometimes give bad investment advice to promote their own self-interest. Focus on higher commissions and lack of investment knowledge can result in significant financial loss for ... Continue reading "Is Your Broker Making you Broker?" »
Former Thompson Davis & Company financial advisor Victor M. Dandridge III (CRD# 5884409) was convicted of bank and wire fraud earlier this year and permanently barred from working in the ... Continue reading "Victor Dandridge Gets Jail Time for Bank and Wire Fraud" »
When a financial advisor's behavior falls below the accepted standard of practice in the financial services industry, he/she may be committing financial malpractice, a form of professional ... Continue reading "Is Your Financial Advisor Committing Malpractice?" »
Negligent and unscrupulous brokers and financial advisors often make unsuitable recommendations for buying Class B shares of mutual funds to make higher commissions. Such recommendations often result ... Continue reading "Unsuitable Recommendations for Purchasing Class B Shares" »
On the latest broadcast of “Cover Your Assets”, David Meyer covers Richard Cordray’s departure from the CFPB, variable annuity sales abuses, forged documents in elderly ... Continue reading "What Richard Cordray Leaving the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Means for You" »
Texas-based financial advisor David Wayne Krumrey (CRD# 4121845) was terminated from the brokerage firm of Oppenheimer & Company relating to allegations that he violated securities industry rules. ... Continue reading "David Krumrey Terminated from Oppenheimer for Rule Violations" »
Bernie Madoff was arrested for stealing $64.8 billion from investors in the single largest Ponzi scheme in United States history less than a decade ago, but Americans are still falling prey to these ... Continue reading "Ponzi Schemes Continue to Destroy the Financial Lives of Americans Every Day" »
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) permanently barred registered representative Lisa Lowi for failing to provide on-the-record testimony sought by the regulator relating to a pending ... Continue reading "Former Florida Broker Lisa Lowi Barred for Unsuitable Recommendations" »
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently issued an investor warning regarding online paid-to-click scams that promise easy cash in exchange for purchasing a membership upfront. The SEC ... Continue reading "SEC Issues Warning Over Paid-to-Click Scams" »
Former Ohio-based firm broker, Christopher Todd Wendel, was terminated from SA Stone Wealth Management over an investigation into the selling of non-approved product, also known as “selling ... Continue reading "Meyer Wilson Investigating Former Ohio SA Stone Wealth Broker Terminated for Selling Away" »
Financial advisor Morgan Lewis Arford (CRD# 4945329) is currently the subject of a pending customer complaint. The complaint alleges that Arford sold unapproved and unsuitable oil and gas investments ... Continue reading "Morgan Lewis Arford Facing Allegations of Unsuitable Oil and Gas Investments" »
Much like the camouflage a high tide offers, investors’ damages resulting from stockbroker misconduct are often camouflaged during a bull market. Related Posts: Congress Votes in the Middle of ... Continue reading "Does the Bull Market Cover Up Stockbroker Misconduct?" »
In recognition for our firm’s tireless efforts and success for our clients, U.S. News and Best Lawyers® selected Meyer Wilson for inclusion on the 2018 Tier 1 list of the Best Law Firms, an ... Continue reading "Meyer Wilson Named 2018 Tier 1 Best Law Firm" »

The 10 Most Common Investment Scams

Scammers have spent millennia refining old schemes and creating new ones to separate a mark from their money. While people are constantly testing out new ideas in an attempt to strike gold, the main ... Continue reading "The 10 Most Common Investment Scams" »
The New Jersey Bureau of Securities announced that LPL Financial, the second-largest independent broker-dealer in the US, was fined $950,000 and agreed to pay $25,000 to the state’s investor ... Continue reading "LPL Fined Again Over Sales of Alternative Investments" »

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