Jerome “Joe” Bonnett—Misappropriation of Funds, Alleged Ponzi Scheme

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Jerome “Joe” Bonnett Allegedly Used Clients’ Money to Pay Himself, His Mortgage and Restaurant Startup, and to Replace and Replenish Funds in Other Clients’ Accounts Jerome “Joe” Bonnett, since at least 2007, has allegedly used clients’ money to pay himself, his mortgage and a restaurant startup loan, and to replenish funds in other clients’ accounts,… Read more »

American Growth Funding II LLC and Ralph Johnson—Financial Fraud Charges

American Growth Funding II LLC and Ralph Johnson Charged by SEC with Alleged Fraud; Accused of Repeatedly Lying to Investors in Purchased High-Yield Securities American Growth Funding II LLC, a Manhattan-based lending company, and its owner Ralph Johnson allegedly lied to investors who purchased high-yield securities, according to recent documents from the SEC’s New York… Read more »

Daniel Irvin McCourt—Private Securities Transactions without Proper Notice

Daniel Irvin McCourt, Surf City Coffee Entrepreneur, Allegedly Participated in Private Securities Transactions without First Providing Proper Prior Written Notice to his member firm, Foothill Securities, Inc. Daniel Irvin McCourt, in or around 1990, initiated a proper outside business activity, notifying his firm, Foothill Securities Inc. that he was starting Surf City Coffee, according to a… Read more »

Wayne Anthony Schultz– Failure to Provide Information and Documents

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Wayne Anthony Schultz Suspended by FINRA for Failing to Provide Documents Connected with Sale of Notes to Elderly Client Wayne Anthony Schultz allegedly failed to provide information and documents as requested during the course of a FINRA investigation into certain notes that Schultz had issued to an elderly client, according to a recent Letter of Acceptance, Waiver… Read more »

Sheldon J. Harber—Private Securities Transaction in a Private Company

Sheldon J. Harber Allegedly Participated in Private Securities Transactions by Investing, and Facilitating Investments for Six Other Investors in a Private Company Sheldon J. Harber allegedly participating in private securities transactions by investing, and facilitating investments for six other investors, in a private company, according to a recent FINRA Letter of Acceptance, Waiver, and Consent (AWC) currently… Read more »

Christopher Veale—Churning Customer Accounts, Excessive Trading

Christopher Veale Allegedly Churned the Market Account of an Elderly Business Owner Resulting in Purported Losses of $1.6 Million Christopher Veale, of New York City and Brookville Capital Partners LLC, allegedly “churned” the market account of an elderly business owner and purportedly concealed the amount he was being charged for the excessive trading, according to… Read more »

Chad Deucher, CEO of Marquis Properties, LLC— Investment Scheme, Ponzi Scheme

Chad Deucher, CEO of Marquis Properties, LLC, Allegedly Operated a Utah “Turnkey” Real Estate Ponzi Scheme Which Allegedly Defrauded More than 250 People out of $28 Million Have you invested funds with Chad Deucher, CEO of Marquis Properties, LLC? Chad Deucher  allegedly operated a Utah Real Estate Ponzi Scheme that allegedly defrauded more than 250… Read more »

Richard Clatfelter, Executive Vice President of Marquis Properties, LLC— Investment Scheme, Ponzi Scheme

Richard Clatfelter, Executive Vice President of Marquis Properties, LLC Allegedly Operated a “Turnkey” Real Estate Ponzi Scheme Which Allegedly Never Revealed that Properties Were Not owned by Marquis, Were Substantially Encumbered, or were in Uninhabitable or Blighted Condition Richard Clatfelter, Executive Vice President of Marquis Properties, LLC, allegedly represented that investments with Marquis were “safe,… Read more »

Hans Peter Black, Interinvest Corp.—Fraud, Penny Stock Scam

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Hans Peter Black and His Interinvest Corp. Allegedly Defrauded Investors and Squandered away up to $12 Million in Undisclosed Canadian Penny Stocks Hans Peter Black, 62, and his Boston-based Interinvest Corp. allegedly defrauded investors and lost up to $12 million of investors’ money by investing in undisclosed Canadian penny stocks which had a piece of,… Read more »

Christopher Brogdon—Investment Fraud

Christopher Brogdon Allegedly Brought in $168 million from 54 Conduit Municipal Bond Deals and $22 Million from Private Placement Offers for 25 Years in the Nursing Home Business Christopher Brogdon, allegedly raised $168 million from 54 conduit municipal bond deals and $22 million from private placements during his 25 years in the nursing home business,… Read more »