Michael Boswell, Tripoint Global Equities LLC—Securities Fraud

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Michael Boswell, Co-founder and President of Tripoint Global Equities LLC, Allegedly Operated a $81 Million “Hamilton” Ponzi Scheme Promising Profits from Broadway Ticket Sales Michael Boswell, co-founder and President of Tripoint Global Equities LLC, allegedly ran a $81 million Ponzi scheme promising profits from reselling tickets from the Broadway hit “Hamilton”, according to Documents from… Read more »

Brogdon Bond Investor News: Lawson Financial and Its Underwriter’s Counsel Settle SEC Charges Stemming from Failed Brogdon Bonds

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April 5, 2017 – The Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) announced a settlement with Lawson Financial Corporation (“Lawson”), Robert Lawson, and former underwriter’s counsel John T. Lynch in a case stemming from Lawson’s offering of fraudulent bonds managed by Christopher Brogdon. The SEC order which memorializes the settlement specifically finds that Lawson and the named… Read more »

Snyder’s-Lance (LNCE) Investors: Peiffer Rosca Wolf Lawyers Investigating Share Price Drop

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Snyder’s Lance (NASDAQ: LNCE), the North Carolina snack maker, is being investigated by the Peiffer Rosca Wolf law firm on behalf of its shareholders, following the company’s announcements that its CEO suddenly departed and its preliminary first quarter 2017 results are well-below its prior guidance. Snyder’s Lance publicly announced that its financial results have been… Read more »

Wins Finance Losses Update: Securities Class Action Lawsuit Against Wins Finance Holdings Inc. (WINS)

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Wins Finance Holdings (NASDAQ: WINS) has been accused of making false or misleading statements regarding its projected earnings, valuation, and future business operations that artificially inflated the price of the company’s shares, in an investor lawsuit recently filed against it. Wins Finance was sued after SeekingAlpha.com published, on March 30, 2017, an article stating that the SEC… Read more »

Norman Kirby Farra– Undisclosed Outside Business Activities and Private Securities Transactions

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Norman Kirby Farra, Jr. Allegedly Participated in Undisclosed Outside Business Activities and Private Securities Transactions Norman Kirby Farra allegedly participated in undisclosed outside business activities and private securities transactions, according a recent FINRA Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (AWC) currently under review by attorneys Alan Rosca and James Booker. Peiffer Rosca Wolf securities practice… Read more »

Larry Holley—Fraud Charges

Larry Holley, the pastor of Abundant Life Ministries in Flint, Michigan, Allegedly Ran a Faith-infused Investment Fraud Scam Which Purportedly Misled Pensioners, Laid-off Auto Workers, and Church Goers to Believe they Were Investing into a Solid Real Estate Business Larry Holley, the pastor of Abundant Life Ministries in Flint, Michigan, is facing fraud charges and… Read more »

LottoNet—Vitale—Gray—Ponzi Scheme Allegations

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LottoNet Operating Corp., David Gray, and Joseph Vitale Allegedly Operated a “Ponzi-like” Scheme; LottoNet Investors were Told via Phone that Their Cash would Set up a Pompano Beach Business Involving the Electronic Sale of Lottery Tickets in Several States LottoNet Operating Corp., David Gray, of Lighthouse Point, and Joseph Vitale, of Boca Raton, allegedly ran… Read more »

Barry Connell—Stealing from Clients

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Barry Connell, a Former Morgan Stanley Wealth Manager, Allegedly Stole $5 Million from Clients and Purportedly Used Investor Funds on Personal Expenses Including Luxury Car, Private Jets and Country Club Memberships Barry Connell, a former Morgan Stanley wealth manager, allegedly stole $5 million from clients and purportedly used investor funds on personal expenses, according to… Read more »

Dakota Plains Holdings & Ryan Gilbertson—Fraudulent Stock Scheme Charges

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Dakota Plains Holdings & Co-Founder Ryan Gilbertson Allegedly Ran a Stock Scheme Comprised of Bonus Payments of over $30 Million Dakota Plains Holdings & Co-Founder Ryan Gilbertson allegedly operated a stock scheme which involved bonus payments of over $30 million, according to SEC Documents currently under review by attorneys Alan Rosca and James Booker. Peiffer… Read more »