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Veros Partners sued by SEC for Alleged Ponzi Scheme

Indianapolis Securities Firm, Veros Partners, has been sued by the SEC for an assumed Ponzi scheme that raised $15M in two farm-loan offerings. The lawsuit states that, Veros owes millions of dollars to over 80 investors in past payments. Named in the suit are Veros President Matthew Haab, Fishers attorney Jeffery Risinger, and CEO of Pin Financial Tobin Senefeld. All the assets of those named in the suit have been frozen. This is not Senefeld’s first time being pursued by the SEC. In 1999, he paid a $25,000 fine and 12 month suspension with working with broker dealers, as a result of securities violations.

 

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