UPDATE! MATTHEW ECKSTEIN ARRESTED regarding CONMAC FUNDING
Matthew Eckstein Arrested
Our firm has recently learned that financial advisor Matthew Eckstein was arrested on June 7, 2018 by Nassau County, New York. Mr. Eckstein has also recently been the subject of an investigation by FINRA (the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority). Both the arrest and FINRA investigation are likely related to Eckstein’s involvement with Conmac Funding Corp.
Our firm currently represents multiple victims of the Conmac Funding Corp. scheme run by Kevin Brody and Matthew Eckstein. Investors have contacted Conmac Funding Corp., Kevin Brody, and Matthew Eckstein in an attempt to find out where their money is, but phone calls and emails have not been returned. FINRA filed a regulatory complaint against Eckstein regarding his involvement with Conmac, and Eckstein has yet to respond to FINRA’s complaint. If Eckstein fails to do so, he likely will be barred from the securities industry.
Matthew Eckstein was a registered representative of Gould, Ambroson & Associates from 1998 to September 2015. Eckstein was also registered with Sisk Investment Services from September 2015 to June 2018. He was also affiliated with Invictus Timing Service, a registered investment advisory firm.
Click to view: Eckstein, Matthew FINRA Complaint
Click to view: Eckstein, Matthew BrokerCheck 4.30.18 (1)
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