Failure to Disclose Tax Liens

Jul 6th, 2017

SPECIAL REPORT: David Elgart of Sequoia Investments fined & suspended for willfully withholding important information from investors

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) has really thrown the book at David Elgart of Sequoia Investments for “willfully failing” to disclose over $400,000 in tax […]
Sep 15th, 2015

David W. Unsworth Attempts to Silence Complaining Customers from FINRA

David Woods Unsworth Jr. of Belvedere, California was recently fined $25,000 and suspended for six months, according to reports from Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, or FINRA. […]
Jun 7th, 2015

Financial Advisor In Bethesda, Maryland Hides Felony

An investor deserves to know if their financial advisor has committed burglary and owes back taxes to the IRS. Patrick M. Ebel, formerly employed with NYLife […]
May 14th, 2015

Irvine Stockbroker Suspended for Failing to Disclose Almost $500,000 in Unsatisfied Tax Liens

Andrew Henry Conley, a stockbroker with B.B. Graham & Company, Inc. in Riverside, California, was suspended for failing to timely update his Form U4 to disclose […]
Apr 4th, 2015

Irvine Stockbroker Fails to Reveal Tax Liens

Mark Cox (“Cox”) and PFS Investments, Inc. (“PFS”) received a fine and suspension for failing to disclose IRS tax liens on his Form U4, withholding crucial […]
Jan 19th, 2015

Alpharetta Stockbroker Fined For Failure To Report IRS Liens

Michael “Mike” Smith of Financial Telesis has been suspended for failure to disclose numerous federal tax liens filed against him. Stockbrokers are required to report several […]
Nov 7th, 2014

Bellevue Registered Representative Barred From Securities Industry For Inaccurate Life Insurance Applications and Hiding His Federal Tax Liens

Sean Howell of Hornor, Townsend & Kent was recently barred from the securities industry. According to FINRA, Mr. Howell submitted inaccurate life insurance applications to his […]
Oct 5th, 2014

Irvine Stockbroker Willfully Fails to Disclose Tax Liens

Mehran Sadri of Morgan Stanley received a fine and suspension for willful failure to disclose a $70,000 IRS tax lien on his Form U4, hiding this […]
Oct 2nd, 2014

Newport Beach Stockbroker Fined and Suspended for Failure to Report Tax Liens

Terrence Welsh of D.A. Davidson & Co. was suspended for failure to report over $115,000 in tax liens. FINRA, a securities regulator, requires stockbrokers to report […]
Oct 2nd, 2014

Newport Beach Stockbroker Suspended for Failure to Disclose Unsatisfied Judgments and Tax Liens

John Crittenden, a former Crowell, Weedon & Co. stockbroker, was suspended for failure to disclose tax liens and judgments on his Form U4. Stockbrokers are required […]