Did Lawrence LaBine Cause You Investment Losses?
Lawrence LaBine of Fountain Hills, Arizona is under FINRA investigation for alleged misrepresentations and omissions of material fact in connection with sold senior debentures (Series D) issued by Domin-8. LaBline allegedly guaranteed 100 clients they would preserve their initial principal while he was receiving updates on Domin-8’s poor financial condition. Domin-8 soon after filed for bankruptcy. FINRA alleges that LaBine knew of and willfully failed to disclose Domin-8’s perilous financial condition to his clients in connection with those sales. FINRA also alleges that the investments that LaBline offered to clients were unsuitable for their age and experience level in violation of FINRA Rule 2010.
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