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The Hoisting Operator's Licensure Examining Council will hold a regular meeting commencing at 11am to 2pm. Anyone requiring special accommodations to attend the meeting is requested to notify Paulina Braiman-Robinson at 505-476-4853, or via email at email@example.com at least three days prior to the meeting. Thank you.
SANTA FE – A 41-year-old contractor from Los Lunas has pleaded guilty to charges of fraud and embezzlement in a real estate scheme and will pay nearly $400,000 in restitution to four investors.
SANTA FE – The New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department’s Securities Division today issued an advisory urging investors to approach high-yield investment programs with caution.
High-yield investment programs, or HYIPs, are Ponzi schemes sold by unlicensed individuals. “In the past, con artists relied on word of mouth to lure investors into these investments. Now they rely on the Internet and social media buzz to quickly popularize their schemes before the fraud is discovered,” New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Superintendent, Mike Unthank said.
SANTA FE – State Securities Division Director Alan R. Wilson today issued Notices of Contemplated Action against two financial institutions and their brokers, alleging they breached their duties as investment brokers that contributed to a financial crisis at the Bernalillo County Treasurer’s Office.