Patricia Miller Fraud Investigation
Was Patricia Miller Your Broker?
Clients of Broker Patricia S. Miller, formerly with Investors Capital Corp., hire the investment fraud Meyer Wilson to help recover lost investments.
Former clients of broker Patricia S. Miller contacted the investment fraud Meyer Wilson as soon as they learned that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) was allegedly investigating their broker. When the clients went to Patricia Miller’s office on May 21st to discuss their investments, the broker was not in the office but the FBI was there. The first client who hired Meyer Wilson was interviewed extensively by the FBI.
According to the public records, Patricia S. Miller’s affiliation with her brokerage firm ended the week of May 19. Ms. Miller was affiliated with the firm Investors Capital Corp. from July 2010 through May 2014. The public records also reflect that on May 19, 2014, a client of Patricia Miller reported to Investors Capital that the broker allegedly misappropriated the client’s funds.
Prior to Ms. Miller’s affiliation with Investors Capital Corp, she was affiliated with Janney Montgomery Scott from March 1996 through July 2010.
Our law firm has teamed up with the Pittsburgh law firm of Rosen, Louik & Perry P.C. and is representing a group of victims who lost their investments in the alleged Ponzi Scheme involving broker Patricia Miller. We will be pursuing civil actions against the broker firms that failed to adequately supervise the activities of Pat Miller.
Pat Miller was arrested on June 6th on charges that she used her affiliation with the brokerage firm Investors Capital Corp. to orchestrate a massive Ponzi scheme. Read the announcement from the United States Attorney’s Office here.
We have been on top of this case since the very beginning and are regularly adding updates and new blogs to this page concerning our representation of former Pat Miller clients and our continuing investigation. Contact Meyer Wilson Today. Click here to watch Attorney David Meyer’s TV interview with Pittsburgh Channel 4 Action News.
The investment fraud attorneys at Meyer Wilson are currently reviewing the clients’ documents and are preparing the legal papers to file either a lawsuit in court or an arbitration claim with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority to recover the investment losses.
Investors who believe they may have lost money as a result of investment fraud or misconduct of broker Patricia Miller may contact the managing partner of law firm, Attorney David P. Meyer, directly at 614-358-3283, for a free, no-obligation evaluation of their recovery options. All of the firm’s cases are handled on a contingency fee and no retainer is requested. The seven attorneys at Meyer Wilson have handled nearly 1,000 investment fraud case over the past 15 years.
- Read our June 9th blog titled:Investment Fraud Law Firm Meyer Wilson Uncovers Significant Details About Patricia Miller’s Alleged Ponzi Scheme
- Read our June 11th blog titled:Attorney for Victims of Pat Miller Ponzi Scheme to Attend Miller’s Detention Hearing in Federal Court on June 12th
- Read our second blog on June 11th titled:Alleged Ponzi-Schemer Pat Miller’s Former Brokerage Firm Has Paid Over $4 million in Fines and Penalties in Recent Years for Failure to Supervise
- Read our June 13th blog titled:David P. Meyer, Attorney for Clients of Former Stockbroker Patricia S. Miller, Speaks with Pittsburgh Action News 4.
Contact Meyer Wilson Today
The investment fraud attorneys at Meyer Wilson are continuing to receive calls from victims of this investment scheme and we are continuing our investigation. The law firm expects to be filing a lawsuit in court or an arbitration claim with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority to recover the investment losses.
Investors who believe they may have lost money as a result of investment fraud or misconduct of broker Patricia Miller may contact Meyer Wilson and speak to an attorney for a free, no-obligation evaluation of their recovery options. Please call toll-free at 866-314-1980. All of the firm’s cases are handled on a contingency fee and no retainer is requested. The seven attorneys at Meyer Wilson have handled nearly 1,000 investment fraud case over the past 15 years.