Stoltmann Law Offices is investigating Zena Yofonovich, a former registered broker with Pruco Securities in Rosemont, Illinois. Yofonovich was terminated from Pruco after allegations that she “borrowed money from a client without firm approval.” She also accepted loans in the amount of $63,000 from a client and signed a promissory note in the amount of the loans. These are both against securities rules and regulations. She was previously registered with SMA Equities in Worcester, Massachusetts from October 1986 until December 1989, The Prudential Insurance Company of America in Newark, New Jersey from June 1990 until July 1992, Pruco Securities in Newark from June 1990 until July 1992, Pruco Securities in Newark from October 1993 until February 2005 and Pruco Securities in Rosemont, Illinois from May 2006 until November 2016. She has one customer dispute against her and she is currently not registered within the industry. Please call our Chicago and Barrington, Illinois-bases securities law firm today to speak to one of our attorneys. Yofonovich’s former firm, Pruco Securities, may be liable for investment losses you may have sustained. The firm had a duty to reasonably supervise her while she was registered there. The call to us is free with no obligation. We sue firms on a contingency fee basis, so you only have to pay us if we recover money for you.
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