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Richard Schwartz Fraud Recovery Options for Investors

Richard Schwartz, an investment advisor formerly in Kokomo, Indiana, has been accused by regulators of perpetrating a fraudulent investment scheme that victimized scores of investors across the country, under the umbrella of RAS & Associates, his investment advisory firm. Richard Schwartz was a licensed securities stockbroker, affiliated with securities broker-dealer firms throughout his career, according…

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Indiana Investment Professional Charged with Fraud

Lynn A. Simon, an Evansville investment adviser, has been charged with securities fraud for allegedly swindling investors in his area of more than $1 million. Investigation by securities lawyers Alan Rosca and Joe Peiffer established that Lynn Simon was a licensed investment professional, working out of a Kokomo, Indiana branch office. Simon also operated a…

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George J. Bussanich and George Bussanich Charged with $3.5 Million Scam

George J. Bussanich, a 55-years old man from Park Ridge and his son George Bussanich, 34-years old, of Upper Saddle River, are facing charges for engaging in securities fraud through the sales of unregistered notes in New Jersey. The Bussaniches allegedly sold unregistered notes to unsuspecting investors and promised an annual return of 6% to 8%. They also…

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Dunham Mortgage Fund Investor Recovers Losses

A Dunham Mortgage Fund investor recently received compensation for the losses he suffered on his Dunham investment from the stock brokerage firm that sold him that investment.  The Dunham Mortgage Fund investor sued Cetera Financial and two other financial service providers in FINRA arbitration, for more than $2.5 million. The Dunham Mortgage Fund investor charged Cetera Financial and the other two respondents with misrepresentation, negligence, breach…