Eric Hollifield LPL Financial Investor Alert: FINRA Bars Dacula, Georgia Broker

Eric Hollifield LPL Financial Investor Alert: FINRA Bars Dacula, Georgia Broker

National investor fraud law firm, KlaymanToskes (“KT”), has commenced an investigation (“Eric Hollifield LPL Financial Investigation”) into former LPL Financial broker Eric Shea Hollifield (“Eric Hollifield”) in light of a disciplinary bar disclosed by FINRA. In October 2021, FINRA barred Eric Hollifield from the securities industry. The bar follows a customer dispute alleging Eric Hollifield misappropriated $1,240,000 of client funds. Eric Hollifield LPL Financial and the October 2021 FINRA Disciplinary Action According to BrokerCheck, FINRA barred Eric Hollifield for refusing to appear for on-the-record testimony or to produce the documents and information requested pursuant in connection with FINRA’s investigation into…

Jeffrey Dampf PFS Investments, Inc. Investor Alert: FINRA Bars PFS Investments, Inc. Broker

Jeffrey Dampf PFS Investments, Inc. Investor Alert: FINRA Bars PFS Investments, Inc. Broker

National investor fraud law firm, KlaymanToskes (“KT”), has commenced an investigation (“Jeffrey Dampf PFS Investments, Inc. Investigation”) into former PFS Investments, Inc. broker Jeffrey Dampf stemming from a disciplinary bar disclosed by FINRA. On October 1, 2021, FINRA barred Jeffrey Dampf for refusing to provide on-the-record testimony or produce documents and information requested by FINRA in connection with its investigation into allegations that Jeffrey Dampf misappropriated funds from elderly individuals. In 2020, Jeffrey Dampf was criminally charged with attempted theft for trying to electronically transfer money from an elderly person, with whom he held power of attorney, for Jeffrey Dampf’s…

Advisor Charged With Murdering Client To Cover Up Fraud

A Huntington Beach, Calif., financial advisor has been arrested for murder and multiple counts of fraud for a murder-for-profit scheme and for defrauding an as-yet unknown number of people out millions of dollars, according to the Santa Monica police. Daniel Edward Becerril II, 35, owner of AP Financial Group, based in Huntington Beach, and three others have been arrested in the fraud scheme. The fraud was uncovered as part of the investigation of the stabbing death of a Santa Monica elementary school teacher and artist, Alexander Merman, 35, in 2008. Becerril was Merman’s financial advisor. He owed Merman $250,000 and stole…