The experienced team of investor rights attorneys at Chapman LLC are currently investigating potential arbitration claims on behalf of investors who experienced significant losses of investment capital invested in promissory notes sold by former Triad Advisors, Inc. registered representative and Harbinger Asset Management, LLC investment advisor representative Christopher Tolmacs. On March 10, 2016, Tolmacs was barred from associating with any Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) registered brokerage firm in resolution of a FINRA Department of Enforcement investigation into promissory notes Tolmacs allegedly sold to several of customers.
If you experienced losses in your investments through Christopher Tolmacs, you have rights and may be entitled to a recovery by filing claims in FINRA Arbitration. The brokerage firm has a team of attorneys on its side and so should you. If you would like a free, no obligation, initial consultation regarding your potential claims against your broker or brokerage firm, please call our office today at 877-410-8172 to speak with an investor rights attorney experienced in representing investors in FINRA arbitration proceedings.
Chapman LLC and attorney Ryan Bucklin have teamed up to represent area victims of Chris Tolmacs’ promissory note scheme. Read an update on the case from The Daily Reporter here.
If you are concerned that you may have lost money as a result of broker misconduct, you should promptly call the investor advocate lawyers at Chapman, LLC. Before he was barred from the securities industry for life last March, broker Chris Tolmacs of Kalamazoo’s Harbinger Financial Group wrote this about himself on his LinkedIn Social […]
Before he was barred from the securities industry for life last March, broker Chris Tolmacs of Kalamazoo’s Harbinger Financial Group wrote this about himself on his “Linked In” Social Media page: “Chris loves making a positive impact on people’s lives. Whether it is working with advisors to help them become great at what they do, […]
According to a recent FINRA Acceptance, Waiver, and Consent (“AWC”), in February and March 2016, during the course of an ongoing FINRA investigation, Christopher Tolmacs failed to fully respond to FINRA’s request for documents and information and refused to appear for the continuation of his on-the-record-testimony. In February 2016, FINRA began investigating whether Tolmacs had […]