Immigration Lawyers Justin Moongyu Lee and Rebecca Taewon Lee Allegedly Scammed Foreign Investors Seeking U.S. Residency

Justin Moongyu Lee, a Los Angeles-based immigration attorney, his wife, Rebecca Taewon Lee, and law firm partner, Thomas Edward Kent, conducted an investment scheme to defraud foreign investors attempting to come to the U.S. through the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program, which gives immigrants an opportunity to apply for a two-year U.S. residency by investing at least $500,000… Read more »

Braintree Park Part of Direct Invest TIC Investment Dispute, Allegedly

Did you invest invest in TIC investments sponsored by Direct Invest?  Do you believe you lost money as a result?  If so, please contact the Peiffer Wolf law firm’s securities practice lawyers for a free evaluation of your recovery options.  Several investors have reportedly suffered losses on purchases in Tenant in Common (TIC) investments sponsored… Read more »

Bryan Reichel, Founder of PureChoice, Indicted on Fraud Charges

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Bryan Reichel, founder and CEO of PureChoice, of Burnsville, Minnesota, has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of defrauding investors of more than $2.5 million, according to charges filed by the U.S. Attorney’s Office. The indictment allegedly accuses Reichel of lying to two investors about the PureChoice’s prospects, persuading them to invest… Read more »

Phillip J.Bucaro Allegedly Engaged in Outside Business Activity Selling Annuities Not Offered by Pruco

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Between March 9, 2009 and May 11, 2011, Phillip J. Bucaro, of a Chicago, Illinois branch of The Prudential Insurance Company of America and Pruco Securities, LLC, engaged in outside business activities by selling equity indexed annuities not offered by his member firm, a FINRA Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (AWC) alleges. These outside… Read more »

Jack Weinstock Sanctioned for Referring “White Elephants” to Steve Corzan

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Jack Brain Weinstock, of Redondo Beach, California, sought to sell high-premium insurance to wealthy “white elephants,” a FINRA complaint alleges. Starting in 2008 Weinstock, who worked as an insurance agent with Northwestern Mutual Insurance Company (NML) from January 2000 until September 30,2010, started working with friend, Steve Corzan, who was soliciting investments in expensive insurance… Read more »