The claim further alleges that Kerrigan represented that the TMAC investment was safe and provided for complete liquidity within six to twelve months. The TMAC investment, however, has failed to pay any distributions and resulted in substantial losses to investor principal. First Financial Equity Corp. has been added to the claim based upon allegations that it failed to adequately supervise the conduct of Kerrigan.
The claim also alleges that Kerrigan recommended another investment in a company called USA Barcelona Realty; however, the claim does not allege that the USA Barcelona investment was purchased by the investor in question. FINRA barred Kerrigan from the securities industry in May 2016, for failing to respond to a FINRA investigation allegedly related to his involvement in selling investments in USA Barcelona Realty.
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If you have lost money investing in TMAC or USA Barcelona Realty, Israels & Neuman encourages you to contact our offices for a free, no obligation, review of your case. Our attorneys will personally discuss all of your rights as an investor and the remedies you have related to your losses. For more information, please call 720-599-3505, or 206-795-5798, or visit www.israelsneuman.com.
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