Securities Fraud Attorney Mark A. Tepper has filed a new round of claims with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) against Minneapolis-based Questar Capital, alleging “failure to supervise” a Questar Capital broker-dealer named Edward Gelb.

Tepper alleges that Gelb, a Questar Capital broker, deceived a number of his Questar clients into investing substantial sums of money in what turns out to have been a Ponzi scheme disguised as a "safe, guaranteed investment.”

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