- Christopher Burns’ wife told police that he was supposed to turn over documents to the Securities and Exchange Commission by Sept. 25 for an investigation related to his business, but that he did not know what the investigation was for.
- His car, located by his wife, contained an envelope with copies of three cashier’s checks totaling more than $78,200, according to a police report.
- There are steps you can take to check an advisor’s background and minimize the potential risk for fraudulent activity once you are working with a pro.
The recent disappearance of a financial advisor — and possibly client money — may serve as a cautionary tale for investors.
Christopher Burns, owner of Dynamic Money in Atlanta, was reported missing by his wife on Sept. 25 after she couldn’t reach him, according to a Gwinnett County, Georgia, police report. His wife told