San Antonio, Texas
August 6, 2015
KENS 5 Eyewitness News of San Antonio reports that Jeremy James McGilvrey claimed in an interview last month that he has paid restitution to his victims. His victims dispute that claim and say they have not yet been paid.
In 2009, McGilvrey, 38, signed a plea agreement consolidating multiple felony counts for stealing more than $1 million from elderly clients. According to the Texas State Securities Board, McGilvrey took money from the victims who believed it was being invested in promissory notes and other investments. Instead he used the money for personal expenses including five-figure payments to Las Vegas casinos and the purchase of a Mercedes Benz.
According to FINRA records, McGilvrey, who operated under the dba of Hill Country Wealth, Inc. was most recently registered as follows:
- NEXT Financial Group 6/2008-5/2009
- LPL Financial Corp. 1/2006-6/2008
- Raymond James Financial 10/2002-1/2006
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