Peter Doyle — Conduct that Led to Termination

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Peter J. Doyle Allegedly Engaged in Conduct that Led to His Termination from Morgan Stanley Have you or a loved one invested your hard-earned cash with Peter Doyle, formerly of Morgan Stanley? Peter Doyle allegedly engaged in conduct that led to his termination from Morgan Stanley, according to a recent Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (AWC)… Read more »

Zachary Berkey and Daniel Fischer of Four Points Capital Partners — Alleged Investment Fraud, Charges of Excessive Trading

Zachary S. Berkey and Daniel T. Fischer, Formerly of Four Points Capital Partners, Allegedly Operated a Fraud Scheme which Was Profitable for the Brokers but Costly for Customers; The SEC Announces Continued Efforts to Crackdown on Brokers whom Allegedly Defraud Customers Zachary S. Berkey of Centerreach, New York, and Daniel T. Fischer of Greenwich, Connecticut, allegedly conducted so-called… Read more »

Digi Outdoor Media Inc.— Alleged Promissory Note Investment Scheme

Digi Outdoor Media Inc., a Seattle-area Digital Display Advertising Firm, Allegedly Ran a Scheme which Purportedly Raised Nearly $4.5 Million in Promissory Notes and then Stole over $2 Million from Retail Investor Digi Outdoor Media Inc., a Seattle and Washington DC outdoor digital signage advertising company, and former chief executive officer, Donald MacCord Jr., and… Read more »

Eric Erb — Alleged Investment Fraud Scheme

Eric Erb Allegedly Operated a $3 Million Fraud Scheme Purportedly Intended to Defraud Investors through his Babylon-based Investment Advisory Firm; Erb Allegedly Solicited Almost $5.4 Million from Investors Eric Erb, a former investment adviser from Levittown, New York, allegedly stole $3 million from investors as part of a wire fraud scheme, according to Reports from… Read more »

Dominic Lacroix & PlexCorps — Alleged Initial Coin Offering (ICO) Investment Fraud Scheme

Dominic Lacroix and His PlexCorps Allegedly Marketed and Sold Securities Named PlexCoin on the Net to Investors in the U.S. and Elsewhere; Lacroix Allegedly Claimed that PlexCoin Investments Could Yield up to 1,354 Percent Profit in under 29 Days Dominic Lacroix, an allegedly recidivist Quebec securities law violator, and his PlexCorps allegedly marketed and sold… Read more »

Russell Newton — Potential Securities Law Violations

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Russell W. Newton Allegedly Engaged in Potential Securities Law Violations Russell Newton allegedly took part in potential securities law violations, according to a recent Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (AWC) currently under review by attorneys Jason Kane and James Booker. Investors who believe they may have lost money in activity related to Russell Newton’s alleged participation in… Read more »

Jonathan Cooke & Keystone Capital— Alleged Investment Scheme to Defraud U.S. Federal Employees

Former LPL Broker Jonathan Cooke, as a Member of Keystone Capital Partners, Allegedly Defrauded 200 Federal Staff Members; Cooke and Keystone Purportedly Rolled over $40 Million of Thrift Savings Plan Pension Funds into Expense Annuities, the SEC has Stated Jonathan Cooke, 34 and of Atlanta, Georgia, and a former LPL Financial broker, allegedly misguided a… Read more »

Anthony Vincent Ferrone—Unsuitable Trading of Unit Investment Trusts in Client Accounts

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Anthony Vincent Ferrone Allegedly Engaged in Unsuitable Trading of Unit Investment Trusts in Client Accounts Anthony Vincent Ferrone, of Manwah, New Jersey, allegedly took part in Unsuitable Trading of Unit Investment Trusts in Customer Accounts, according to a recent Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (AWC) currently under review by attorneys Jason Kane and James… Read more »

Keystone Capital Partners, Inc.— Allegedly Defrauding Federal Employees

Former LPL Brokers, under the Banner of an Entity Called Keystone Capital Partners, Allegedly Defrauded 200 Federal Employees by Purportedly Rolling over $40 Million of Pension Funds into Expense Annuities, the SEC Reports Between approximately March 2012 and November 2014, an entity known as Keystone Capital Partners’ allegedly fraudulently induced federal employees to rollover significant… Read more »

Christopher Laws & Keystone Capital— Alleged Fraud Scheme to Defraud Federal Employees

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Christopher Laws, as Part of an Entity Called Keystone Capital Partners, Allegedly Implemented a Fraud Scheme which Defrauded 200 Federal Staff Members; Laws and Keystone Purportedly Moved over $40 Million of Thrift Savings Plan Pension Funds into Expense Annuities, the SEC Reports A former financial consultant, Christopher S. Laws, allegedly misguided a number of federal… Read more »