A restitution hearing for Kenneth Doolittle, who was previously convicted on 20 counts related to an alleged investment scam, is scheduled for March 6th. Doolittle was the former owner of Monterey Bay Securities and has already been sentenced to serve 13 years in prison in the case. Although Doolittle has been serving the sentence at San Quentin State Prison, he has recently been transferred to Santa Cruz County Jail for the upcoming restitution hearing. According to prosecutors, Doolittle targeted elderly investors with an enticing investment that involved his company “flipping” mobile homes for profit. Doolittle allegedly told investors that their cash would go into buying, repairing, and remodeling mobile homes, which would then be sold for a tidy profit. Investors were apparently promised returns of 13 percent in the deal. However, Doolittle’s firm apparently went sour, leaving him owing hundreds of thousands of dollars to investors. Nine investors, all over the age of 65, are said to have lost money in the alleged investment scam. The securities fraud lawyers with Meyer Wilson urge investors to carefully research any investment or investment firm before handing over their cash. For more information about protecting yourself or your elderly parents from financial fraud, please request a completely free copy of our helpful book Five Signs of Investment Fraud …And What to Do if it’s Happened to You. If you have already been the victim of investment fraud, we would be happy to meet with you to discuss your situation. We have represented hundreds of investors nationwide in stockbroker mediation, arbitration, and litigation for recovery of their investment losses.