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Speakers included NJ Acting Attorney General, John Hoffman, convicted fraudsters from the “Crazy Eddie” and HealthSouth scandals, and the prosecutors and FBI agents involved in the “Wolf of Wall Street,” Madoff and First Jersey Securities frauds.
New Jersey Bureau of Securities Obtains $23 Million Default Judgment Against Branded Marketing Investment Scammer And His Companies (3/12/15)
National Consumer Protection Week:"Check Before You Invest" To Avoid Investment Scams (3/2/15)
New Jersey Bureau of Securities Announces Launch of Streamlined Electronic Filing Depository - EFD Offers Efficiency for Issuers and Improved Transparency for Investors (12/15/14)
New Jersey Bureau of Securities Invites Public to Free “Safe Investing” Summit on November 13th; Attendees Will Hear From “Crazy Eddie” and HealthSouth Fraudsters, “Wolf of Wall Street” and Madoff Prosecutors and FBI Agents, and More (11/4/14)
New Jersey Bureau of Securities Revokes Agent’s Registration, Assessed $2 Million Penalty, After Finding He Defrauded Investors, Spent Investor Funds at Casinos and on Poker Websites (10/17/14)
New Jersey Bureau of Securities Assesses $1.1 Million Penalty Against Sussex County-Based “Extreme Energy Solutions,” Seller of a Purported Automobile Emissions Reduction Device, Due to Fraudulent Sale of Unregistered Securities (10/6/14)
New Jersey Bureau of Securities Files Suit Charging that Former Monmouth County Fire Chief Committed Multi-Million Dollar Fraud Against Investors; Revokes His Exemptions to Operate (9/25/14)
New Jersey Bureau of Securities Suspends Registration of a Jersey City Broker-Dealer Agent Who Borrowed Money From Clients, Failed to Disclose Tax Liens (9/4/14)
New Jersey Bureau of Securities Revokes Registrations of Broker-Dealer Agent Who Sold Securities Involved in Alleged Ponzi Scheme (8/19/14)
New Jersey Bureau of Securities Obtains $5.5 Million Settlement From Bergen County Father and Son Who Defrauded Investors Through Sale of Unregistered Notes and Used Investor Funds For Personal Enrichment (8/12/14)
New Jersey Bureau of Securities Recovers $125,000 for Investors in Branded Marketing Civil Action (8/814)
“Hedge Fund” Fraudsters Ordered to Pay $55 Million in Investor Restitution, Civil Penalties and Disgorgement (6/6/14)