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What-Keeps-a-Ponzi-Scheme-Running-300x200Silver Law Group and The Law Firm of David R. Chase have filed their second FINRA arbitration claim against Independent Financial Group alleging its broker recommended the services of an individual who was running a Ponzi scheme.

According to the securities arbitration complaint, the Claimant’s elderly father became a client of Independent Financial Group and its broker, Jon Pariser (CRD# 2755015), after meeting him at a gathering hosted by a fraternal order both were affiliated with.

In or around June 2017, Pariser informed the Claimant that he was retiring. Pariser then allegedly recommended to Claimant Christopher A. Parris, an individual who had been unlicensed for over a decade, as a trustworthy and skilled professional. According to the Statement of Claim, this fact was not disclosed by either Pariser or Independent Financial Group.

Silver Law Group is investigating former Cuna Brokerage Services broker Stacy E. Cheney-Jamison after a customer filed an investment fraud claim against the brokerage firm.

In March 2018, a customer filed an arbitration complaint against Cuna Brokerage Services (“Cuna”) in Georgia.  The customer complaint alleges several counts of wrongdoing, including breach of fiduciary duty and breach of contract, unauthorized transactions, violation of the Georgia RICO Act, and violations of the Georgia Securities Act. The complaint alleges $350,000 in damages.

The FINRA arbitration claim also alleges Cheney-Jamison used her relationship with the IBM Southeastern Employees Credit Union (“IBM”) in Cobb County, Georgia to solicit investors.

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