Meyer Wilson recently filed a securities arbitration case against the Leaders Group, Inc. concerning allegations that its former registered representative, Harold Schwartz, made material misrepresentations regarding the sale of an annuity to firm customers.
Schwartz worked out of the Leaders Group office in Littleton, Colorado from 1995 through June 2015. He is currently registered at Royal Alliance Associates, Inc. The allegations in the case are that Schwartz made certain untrue guarantees to his clients that a variable annuity promised the doubling of its initial investment in ten years from the date of purchase.
If you purchased a variable annuity from Harold Schwartz on the promise that your investment would double in ten years’ time, Meyer Wilson is interested in speaking with you. We have spent two decades working with victims of fraud across the United States, and through our efforts, we have recovered more than $350 million for our clients. Set up a free, in-depth consultation by sending us the details of your situation through our online form.