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Oppenheimer Stockbroker Scott Eisler, Boca Raton, Florida

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StockBrokerLawyer.com seeks customers of Robert Okin, a former Oppenheimer stockbroker, Arthur Lewis, a branch manage in a Boca Raton, Florida branch, and Scott Eisler, a stockbroker in that branch, who have agreed to a combined $175,000 in fines. According to the Securities and Exchange Commission, (SEC) there are claims against them regarding the sale of literally billions of illegal, unregistered shares worth of penny stocks. Lewis and Okin are accused of not properly supervising Eisler, while he traded 2.5 billion penny stock shares in illegal and unregistered transactions. Mr. Lewis allegedly approved the sales, which generated $588,400 in commissions for Oppenheimer. Mr. Okin himself paid $125,000 and agreed to be barred from the industry in any supervisory role, for one year. Mr. Okin resigned from Oppenheimer last December. Mr. Lewis was ordered to pay $50,000 and has been banned from working in the industry in a supervisory capacity for one year. Mr. Eisler paid $50,000 and is barred from engaging in penny stock sales and from working in the industry for at least one year.

Arthur Lewis of Boca Raton, Florida, has five customer disputes against him. Scott Eisler worked for Oppenheimer & Co, and Moors & Cabot among other firms, and he has four customer disputes against him, and is not currently working as a stockbroker or investment advisor.


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