On June 27, 2014, Texas Securities Commissioner John Morgan revoked the registrations of Kenneth Wayne Graves and Warren Financial Services , both of Corpus Christi, Texas.
A default order was entered after Graves and his company Warren Financial failed to respond to a Notice of Hearing issued in May 2014.
According to the Texas State Securities Board, Graves sold a security that promised to pay between 2.5% and 5% of the monthly gross income of Warren Financial for periods of time from 3 to 7 years. Five investors had put up $425,000 for this investment, but the promised payments were not received. One victim was convinced to invest $70,000, which was nearly 100% of her assets in the scheme.
Graves charged clients fees far in excess of the 2% annual fee listed in the agreements with customers and Graves made unauthorized withdrawals of over $138,000 from custodial accounts.
Graves was last registered with FIrst Command Financial Planning from 8/2008-10/2010.
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