Category: Investment Fraud

Meyer Wilson Investigates Claims Against Newbridge Securities Broker Scott S. Brooks for the Sale of GPB Capital Funds

By: Courtney Werning, Esq. Meyer Wilson is currently investigating claims against Newbridge Securities broker Scott Brooks of San Clemente, California for the inappropriate sale of GPB Capital Funds to his customers. Brooks’s employing brokerage firm, Newbridge Securities Corporation, approved the sale of a series of limited partnerships issued by GPB Capital Holdings, including GPB Automotive… read more

Meyer Wilson Representing Investor Victims in Madison Timber Ponzi Scheme

By: Courtney Werning, Esq. Arthur Lamar Adams of Mississippi pleaded guilty to orchestrating a massive Ponzi scheme exceeding $100 million stolen from more than 250 investors in at least 14 states. He was sentenced to almost 20 years in prison.  Meyer Wilson currently represents victims of his scam. Adams and his cohorts represented to investors… read more

Investigation: Meyer Wilson Receiving Calls About Broker Murray Todd Peterson of Roseville, California

By: Courtney Werning, Esq. The investment fraud attorneys at Meyer Wilson are investigating allegations that Murray Todd Peterson of Roseville, California may have sold investors a diamond investment scam. Peterson was registered at the brokerage firm SCF Securities from 2012 through October 2019, at which time he was terminated for misstating and/or omitting material facts… read more

Did Your Financial Advisor Recommend GPB Capital Funds?

By: Courtney Werning, Esq. The investment fraud attorneys at Meyer Wilson are representing dozens of investors across the country in cases against the brokerage firms that approved GPB for sale to its customers. A brokerage firm’s most basic obligation to its customers is to properly and thoroughly conduct a due diligence investigation on an investment… read more

Did Your Broker Recommend NGL Energy Partners?

Meyer Wilson Investigates Claims Against Brokerage Firms Who Sold Customers NGL Energy Partners. NGL Energy Partners (NYSE: NGL) is a Master Limited Partnership (MLP) that purports to provide services to oil producers such as the transportation, storage, and blending of refined and crude oil.  NGL has recently made news for suffering immense losses over the… read more

Investment Scams in 2020 You Could be Targeted By

While a new year may have brought new resolutions for you, it also comes with investment scams that consumers need to worry about. Some of them have been around a while, but others are relatively new and gaining traction. Most financial experts will tell you that a sign that an investment opportunity may be a… read more

Investment Fraud Claims Filed Against Shimson Plotkin

Have you or someone you know lost money investing with Shimson Plotkin (CRD# 2431863)? Plotkin is currently a registered broker and investment advisor employed with Independent Financial Group, LLC (CRD#: 7717). Shimson Plotkin has been involved in various disputes with customers throughout his career, which began in the financial industry in 1994. The most recent… read more

Financial Advisor David Miller Has Multiple Investment Fraud Claims Filed Against Him

Have you or someone you love lost money investing with financial advisor David Miller (CRD# 4648882)? Miller is currently a registered broker and investment advisor employed with Peachcap Securities, Inc. out of Atlanta, GA. David Miller has had a lengthy career in the investment industry, dating back to 2003. However, he is also the subject… read more

FINRA Bars Former Morgan Stanley Broker for Failure to Cooperate with Investigation

FINRA barred Michael Carter for refusing to cooperate with regulatory investigation over misconduct allegations. Call Meyer Wilson if you have suffered losses.

SEC Says Merrill Lynch Advisor Marcus Boggs Used $1.7M in Client Funds for Personal Expenses

Lose money investing with former Chicago Merrill Lynch Representative Marcus Boggs? Boggs has been accused by the SEC of stealing over $1.7M in client funds to pay personal bills. Call Meyer Wilson for a consultation.