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Karen Tyler

ND Securities Department
600 East Boulevard Avenue
State Capitol, 5th Floor
Bismarck, ND 58505-0510
Phone: (701)-328-2910
Toll Free: (800)-297-5124
Fax: (701)-328-2946
Grafton Office
701 W 6th Street, #312
Grafton, ND 58237
Phone: 701-352-4592

Enforcement Actions

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The North Dakota Securities Department has taken numerous actions against individuals and firms that have violated the North Dakota securities laws. The actions are searchable by the individual’s name, business name, type of action, or year. If you have further questions or require additional information related to a listed action, please contact our office.

Search Enforcement Actions in North Dakota

Name / DBA Enforcement Type Datesort descending
James R. Bullis, Montgomery, Goff & Bullis, P.C. Consent to Entry of Order, Consent Order Nov 23 2009
Que-Corp Cease and Desist Order Mar 29 2010
Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated , , Administrative Consent Order Apr 12 2010
UBS Securities, LLC, UBS Financial Services Inc. Administrative Consent Order Apr 26 2010
Wells Fargo Investments, LLC Administrative Consent Order May 14 2010
Blue Investments, LLC, Travis Richey Cease and Desist Order Jun 8 2010
Goldman, Sachs & Co. Administrative Consent Order Jun 22 2010
RAHFCO Management Group, LLC Consent Order Jul 15 2010
David W. Torson Cease and Desist Order Sep 14 2010
Bradley James Stroup Cease and Desist Order Oct 15 2010
Pop N Go, Inc., Melvin J. Wyman Cease and Desist Order Oct 18 2010
Jason P. Fettig Order Refusing Registration as an Agent Oct 18 2010
Michael Barukhin Consent Agreement Nov 1 2010
Bio-Sunn, Inc., Lewis A. Bauer Consent Order Apr 22 2011
RAHFCO Management Group, LLC Stop Order Summarily Suspending the Offer and Sale May 4 2011


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