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SEC Files Complaint Against Brokers Christopher S. Laws, Jonathan D. Cooke, Danny S. Hood and Brandon P. Long at Keystone Capital Partners, Inc. d/b/a Federal Employee Benefit Counselors

By Gregory Tendrich, P.A. |

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged four former Atlanta-area brokers with fraudulently inducing federal employees to roll over holdings from their federal Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) retirement accounts into higher-fee, variable annuity products. The SEC’s enforcement action comes at a time when the agency has been focusing more specifically on brokers’ and advisers’… Read More »

Today is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

By Gregory Tendrich, P.A. |

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: June 15, 2017, marks the twelfth annual World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, or WEAAD. This day isn’t likely to show up on your calendar. But the staff of CFPB’s Office for Older Americans has been busy this week making presentations on preventing elder financial exploitation, one of the most… Read More »

Updated Investor Alert for Seniors: Five Red Flags of Investment Fraud

By Gregory Tendrich, P.A. |

Per Securities and Exchange Commission: Older Americans are often targets of investment fraud.  The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy is issuing this Updated Investor Alert to help seniors identify signs that what is offered as an investment may actually be a fraud.  Below are five “red flags” seniors should look out for… Read More »

Deciding if a Financial Adviser Is Right for the Job

By Gregory Tendrich, P.A. |

By PAUL SULLIVAN JUNE 10, 2016 A few years ago, the board that administers the certified financial planner designation decided to test the idea that investors will ask pointed questions of a prospective adviser and not be fooled by a slick presentation. So the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards hired a professional D.J…. Read More »

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day: Play a part in prevention

By Gregory Tendrich, P.A. |

Good afternoon, It’s World Elder Abuse Awareness Day – it’s not a celebratory day, but rather a day to talk about preventing, identifying, and responding to elder abuse and financial exploitation. Whether you are an older adult, care for one, or simply know someone who is a senior, you can do something to prevent… Read More »

FINRA Sanctions MetLife Securities, Inc. $25 Million for Negligent Misrepresentations and Omissions in Connection With Variable Annuity Replacements

By Gregory Tendrich, P.A. |

If you invested in a MetLife variable annuity and have suffered losses or have questions regarding this investment, please call for a free consultation at 561-475-1332 today. In addition to MetLife variable annuities, we regularly handle cases involving unsuitable investments, churning, hedge funds, Ponzi schemes, securities arbitration, broker fraud, misrepresentation, exploitation of the elderly, and… Read More »

It Just Got Even Harder to Trust Financial Advisers – (as published on Bloomberg.com)

By Gregory Tendrich, P.A. |

By Suzanne Woolley WealthWatch March 1, 2016 — 12:47 PM EST There’s a phrase no one wants to read in a sweeping report about the financial advisers who handle their savings: economy-wide misconduct. A new working paper by business school professors at the University of Chicago and University of Minnesota found that 7 percent of financial… Read More »

Investor Bulletin: 10 Investment Tips for 2016

By Gregory Tendrich, P.A. |

Whether you are a first-time investor or have been investing for years, here are ten tips from the SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy to help you make more informed investing decisions and avoid common scams in 2016. Always check the background of an investment professional − it is easy and free. Details… Read More »

Five Men Accused of Selling False Real Estate Investments

By Gregory Tendrich, P.A. |

Many investors are looking for a way to get into the real estate market while minimizing their risk. There are a number of ways to do so, such as purchasing shares in a real estate investment trust, a company that manages properties and pays investors a share of the income. Unfortunately, the prospect of… Read More »

SEC, U.S. Attorney Charge Utah Man With Running Fake Investment Club

By Gregory Tendrich, P.A. |

Investment clubs are a way for individuals to meet and pool their resources to purchase stock, bonds, mutual funds or other securities. Many investment clubs operate as partnerships or limited liability companies, where individuals purchase memberships and participate in joint decision-making. Unlike larger investment groups, an investment club with fewer than 100 members generally… Read More »

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