In May, Marilyn Hazell won a $400,000 Finra arbitration claim against Peak Securities Corp., claiming breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, negligence and fraud stemming from the purchase of notes offered by Medical Provider Funding Corp. VI.
Those notes are at the center of a Securities and Exchange Commission fraud complaint issued last summer. The SEC charged Medical Capital Holdings Inc., the parent company of the issuer, with fraud in the sale of $77 million in notes. Dozens of independent broker-dealers sold the notes.
A scan of the Finra database of a...
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