News Releases
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1.  5-21-2018 ALABAMA SECURITIES COMMISSION PARTICIPATES IN COORDINATED INTERNATIONAL CRYPTO CRACKDOWN
2.  5-07-2018 Arizona Man Sentenced for Securities Fraud in Tuscaloosa County
3.  5-02-2018 SECRETARY GALVIN AND ALABAMA DIRECTOR BORG ANNOUNCE 26 MILLION DOLLAR SETTLEMENT WITH LPL FINANCIAL
4.  4-24-2018 Governor Ivey proclaims April 2018 as Facts on Saving and Investing Campaign Month
5.  4-06-2018 Colbert County Man Arrested for Alleged Securities Fraud and Financial Exploitation of the Elderly
6.  3-19-2018 DreamVision Promoter Pleads Guilty to Securities Fraud
7.  3-07-2018 INFORMED INVESTOR ADVISORY - Are Unicorns a Myth?
8.  1-12-2018 Alabama Securities Commission Appoints Acting Deputy Director and Announces New Chief Litigation Counsel
9.  12-20-2017 Jefferson County, Alabama Man Indicted for Alleged Securities Fraud
10.  12-14-2017 ALABAMA SECURITIES COMMISSION ANNOUNCES TOP INVESTOR THREATS Promissory Notes, Real Estate Investments and Ponzi Schemes Top the List
11.  11-27-2017 Madison County, Alabama Man Indicted, Arrested for Alleged Violations of Alabama Securites Act
12.  10-30-2017 NASAA and Alabama Securities Commission Spotlights Warning Signs of Guardian Financial Abuse
13.  10-24-2017 Madison County, Alabama Woman Pleads Guilty, Sentenced for Illegal Investment Scheme
14.  10-11-2017 Alabama, Georgia Men Arrested for Alleged Violations of Alabama Securities Act
15.  9-26-2017 Alabama‚Äôs Joseph Borg Begins Third Term as NASAA President
16.  9-14-2017 INVESTOR ALERT: Alabama Securities Commission Issues Binary Options Advisory
17.  9-01-2017 Investor Alert: Watch Out for Scams in Wake of Hurricane Harvey
18.  9-01-2017 Muscle Shoals Insurance Salesman Arrested for Alleged Insurance Fraud and Financial Exploitation of an Elderly Person
19.  8-29-2017 Alabama Veterans Face a Serious Threat: Financial Scammers
20.  8-25-2017 Community Education Program for Seniors. Special Guest U.S Rep. Bradley Byrnes Addresses Key Issues
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