Stoltmann Law Offices is investigating Benjamin Tadena, who recently entered into a Consent Order of Prohibition with the State of Illinois Secretary of State Securities Department. Tadena is accused of selling to multiple Illinois investors shares of stock in Sierraland Agro-Tech from August 2009 until August 2010. He offered them “agreements,” promising in exchange for use of investor funds in the sale of bags of rice and rice shipments. He also told investors that he owned land in Mexico where he grew the rice and was looking for investors. One investor invested $10,000 in the land and claimed to not have received any paperwork regarding his investment. He then used the funds he received for the investments on personal and non-related investment purchases.
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