Securities Commissioner Cautions Kansans to Prepare for Ebola-Related Scams
Significant Increase in Ebola-Related Investment Websites Raises Suspicion
KSC Staff Lends Expertise and Best Practices for Investing Wisely to Women & Money Series
Staff from the KSC will be presenting a session titled "Women and Investing" at the Topeka Women & Money series on Thursday, Oct. 16 from 7:00PM-8:30PM at the Topeka Shawnee County Public Library.
Lawrence Man Sentenced for Securities Fraud
Securities Commissioner Josh Ney has announced the conviction of a Lawrence, Kan. man who was sentenced on Friday to 36 months probation and ordered to repay investors $214,000 in restitution for running a fraudulent investment scheme in Lawrence, Kansas.
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