A Virginia company has been ordered to no longer sell securities in Nebraska.
The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance has issued a Cease and Desist Order against Greyton, LLC of Richmond, Virginia as well as its manager, Anthony T. Hall, and anyone associated with the firm. The Order prohibits the entities and individuals named from offering or selling securities to Nebraska investors, according to the department.
The department reports that beginning in 2011, Hall sold a promissory note in Greyton to at least one Nebraska investor. Greyton also used its web sites to solicit investment in Greyton’s Partnership Program, with the promise that the investment would “enable Greyton to consistently earn above average profits.”
Neither the officials with the company nor its promissory notes were registered with the department.
The department asks that individuals who have invested with the company contact it.
For more information, go to the Department of Banking and Finance website at http://www.ndbf.ne.gov/index.shtml or call the department’s Consumer Hotline toll free at (877) 471-3445 in Nebraska, or (402) 471-3445 if you are out of state.