SEC charges wedding singer in $4.7 million fraud case
An Oklahoma-based wedding singer and former financial adviser has been accused by the Securities and Exchange Commission for swindling clients that gave him a total of least $4.7 million to invest for them.
By Erin E. HarrisonAugust 29, 2013
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