Did Tracy Rae Turner Cause You Investment Losses?
Tracy Rae Turner, a former broker with Colorado Financial Service Corporation, was prohibited by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) amid findings that he offered and sold over $4.1 million in interests in saltwater disposal wells used in oil and gas production without receiving approval from his member firm.
According to FINRA, Tracy Turner of San Marcos, California, offered and sold interests in saltwater disposal well facilities (SWDs) to 12 investors, 8 of whom were Colorado Financial customers, without providing the firm with the required written notice of his participation in the securities transactions. FINRA found that Mr. Turner marketed the sale of the SWD interests by creating and making available online an Offering Memorandum which supposedly touted a “25.4% cash-on-cash return” on the investment. FINRA also found that Mr. Turner’s statements made unwarranted predictions about the returns investors could expect which were misleading. Mr. Turner was prohibited from association with any FINRA member in all capacities and fined $272,879.04 plus prejudgment interest. The assessed fine is equal to the commissions Mr. Turner received from the sales of the SWD interests.
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