Bryant Boys LLC – Complaint Filed by SEC

Bryant Boys LLC – Complaint Filed by SEC | Goodman & Nekvasil P.A. May Recover Investor Losses

According to the SEC Allegations

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged two North Carolina businessmen with running an offering fraud that raised nearly $6 million from investors, some of whom were family and friends.

The SEC’s complaint, filed in U.S. District Court in Charlotte, North Carolina, alleges that Dana J. Bradley and Marlin S. Hershey of Cornelius, North Carolina, told investors they would use investor funds to make loans to real estate developers who would then use the money to acquire and rehabilitate homes in Charlotte, North Carolina. In truth, the complaint alleges, they used a large portion of the funds to pay themselves more than $1 million in commissions and repay principal and interest due to other investors. The complaint further alleges that Bradley and Hershey oversaw three securities offerings for a third-party real estate developer in Florida and, in connection with those offerings, operated as unregistered brokers and received approximately $2.1 million in commissions.

Additionally, Bradley and Hershey received millions in commissions from these and other offerings through companies owned and controlled by them – Defendants Bryant Boys, LLC (“Bryant Boys”), D. Bradley, Inc. (“Bradley Inc.”), Erndit LLC (“Erndit”), Performance Holdings, Inc. (“Performance Holdings”), MW Enterprises, LLC (“MW Enterprises”), and Hershey Enterprises, Inc. (“Hershey Enterprises”) – including commissions for soliciting and raising investor funds for separate securities offerings of a Florida real estate developer. Yet, Bradley, Hershey and these companies were never registered as brokers with the Commission nor associated with a Commission-registered broker-dealer.

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