Monthly Archives: December 2016

Churning Costs Firm $2 million

By Tom Costello of Costello Law Group  Greg Caldwell, the founder of Caldwell International Securities, was barred from the financial industry by FINRA for allegedly churning customers’ accounts. The firm will have to pay a $2 million fine for failing to supervise and prevent the abusive sales practices engaged in by Greg Caldwell. […]

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Ex Eagles Player in Trouble with the SEC

By Tom Costello of Costello Law Group  The Securities and Exchange Commission filed a complaint against former Philadelphia Eagle, Merrill Robertson, Jr., and his partner Sherman Vaughn. The SEC believes that Robertson and Vaughn defrauded investors out of $6 million. Robertson and Vaughn were able to raise $10 million from investors based upon […]

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Longtime Advisor of Widow Charged with Fraud

By Tom Costello of Costello Law Group The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) filed a complaint against Hank Werner, formerly with Legend Securities Inc. FINRA believes Werner churned an elderly widow’s account. His client’s husband died in 2012 and from that time up until March of this year, Werner placed over 700 trades […]

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