The investment fraud attorneys at Meyer Wilson are investigating allegations that Murray Todd Peterson of Roseville, California may have sold investors a diamond investment scam.
Peterson was registered at the brokerage firm SCF Securities from 2012 through October 2019, at which time he was terminated for misstating and/or omitting material facts and circumstances regarding an outside business activity. The next month, he became registered with Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC. According to public records, Peterson is the subject of five IRS liens that total over $350,000. He has also been the subject of three previous customer complaints.
If you invested with Murray Todd Peterson and lost money as a result, the attorneys at Meyer Wilson are ready to talk to you about your legal options. In many cases, where a broker sells unapproved and/or fraudulent investments, the brokerage firms may be held liable for negligently supervising the broker. Brokerage firms have to take steps to ensure that their representatives are adhering to securities laws and industry rules.
The attorneys at Meyer Wilson have spent decades of collective experience representing the victims of negligent and fraudulent stockbrokers. With six attorneys, and offices in California, Ohio and Michigan, we have the necessary resources, experience, and insight to aggressively investigate and pursue your case. We handle all of our cases on a contingency fee basis, and we never charge for a case consultation. Contact us today to learn your legal options.