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James R. Trolice

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Trolice Consulting

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Trolice Consulting

32 Graham Street

Alpine, New Jersey, 07620

United States

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Unregistered Broker Pleads Guilty to Federal Criminal Charges for Securities Fraud - Blog - Eccleston Law

The United States District Court for the District of New Jersey has entered a judgment against unregistered broker, James R. Trolice.
The judgment entered imposes permanent injunctions and an officer and director bar. Trolice was the president and owner of Trolice Consulting Services, LLC and the president and chief marketing officer of eAgency, a California-based company. According to the SEC complaint, Trolice along with his partner Lee P. Vaccaro, allegedly pocketed approximately $6 million they raised from more than 100 investors. Trolice solicited investments for limited liability companies they owned and controlled that purportedly held warrants to purchase the common stock of a technology startup company. Moreover, Trolice allegedly lured his investors by hosting elaborate parties at his multi-million-dollar home and also claimed high returns on the investments. Meanwhile, instead of investing the funds, Trolice allegedly used the investment funds to pay off personal expenses such as credit card bills, a car lease, and college tuition.


http://westport.dailyvoice.com/police-fire/businessman-from-fairfield-admits-scamming-investors-out-of-5-million/706229/

James Trolice, 63, and Lee Vaccaro, 45, of Las Vegas, sold investors interests in companies that they claimed held securities that "gave holders the right to buy common stock at a specific price within a certain time frame," Acting U.S. Attorney William E. Fitzpatrick said.
Trolice at the time was president and owner of Trolice Consulting Services LLC and president and chief marketing officer of eAgency, a California-based company that developed mobile security products. He admitted in federal court in Newark on Tuesday that he made oral and written misrepresentations concerning the existence, number, validity and term of the "warrants" purportedly owned by the investment companies. Trolice, who was living in Alpine, N.J., at the time, said he also lied about the amount of money he had personally invested in and raise for eAgency, as well as his position there.


Attorney Weekly – Page 2

NEWARK - The New Jersey Bureau of Securities today ordered Trolice Consulting Services, LLC ("TCS"), and its president, James R. Trolice, to pay a...


NJ SEC Assesses About $4 Million in Penalties Against Former Alpine Resident for Defrauding Investors | Attorney Weekly

NEWARK - The New Jersey Bureau of Securities today ordered Trolice Consulting Services, LLC ("TCS"), and its president, James R. Trolice, to pay a $2.5 million civil penalty after finding that Trolice and his company engaged in a scheme to sell more than $3.6 million in unregistered securities to more than 170 investors, at least 111 of whom lived in New Jersey.
"Trolice, Vaccaro, and Mackaronis spun a web of lies to trick unsophisticated investors into purchasing interests in companies that had little or no value," said Acting Attorney General Robert Lougy. From approximately 2006 to 2013, eAgency intermittently retained Trolice as a consultant and/or "finder. In those roles, Trolice provided marketing and sales consulting services, and also identified and introduced potential investors to the company. As "finders" for eAgency, Trolice and Vaccaro hosted investor webinars to introduce potential investors to eAgency. During the webinars, which were sometimes remotely attended by other eAgency employees, Trolice and Vaccaro would extol the virtues of eAgency. In reality, Trolice, Vaccaro and their companies did not hold anywhere near the number of warrants they claimed and the warrants that they did hold were either expired or could not be transferred. Moreover, Trolice, Vaccaro and their companies did not retain the funds necessary to exercise the warrants they claimed to hold, instead spending hundreds of thousands of dollars of investor funds on personal expenses, including trips to Hawaii and California, mortgage payments on Trolice's Alpine mansion, payments for luxury cars, and shopping at high-end retailers like Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale's, Nordstrom, and Montblanc. Mackaronis was later brought into the scheme by Trolice, in order to solicit additional investors for Trolice's company. Between March 2010 and July 2011, Trolice and Vaccaro raised at least $670,000 from the offer and sale of Vaccaro Securities to 20 investors, including at least 11 New Jersey residents. From at least August 2010 through September 2013, Trolice, Vaccaro, and Mackaronis raised at least $3 million from the offer and sale of TCS Securities to at least 150 investors, including at least 100 New Jersey residents. According to the Bureau Chief's findings, investor funds were then commingled with unrelated funds, transferred to personal or other businesses' bank accounts, and used for personal expenses by Trolice, Vaccaro, and Mackaronis. "Victims of Trolice, Vaccaro, and Mackaronis purchased certain securities based on false representations made by three people whose only interest was in stealing their money," said Steve Lee, Acting Director of the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs. Trolice, Vaccaro, and Mackaronis violated New Jersey's Uniform Securities Law in numerous ways, including selling unregistered securities and acting as agents without registration, in addition to scheming to defraud investors. Trolice, Vaccaro, and Mackaronis defrauded TCS investors by: Failing to disclose that any eAgency warrants issued to TCS were set to expire, thus leaving TCS and Trolice with no eAgency warrants after April 12, 2014. Falsely guaranteeing that the Vaccaro Securities and TCS Securities would generate returns between five to 30 times the original investments within six to 18 months. Failing to disclose to investors that portions of their investment funds were deposited into business and personal accounts belonging to Trolice, business and personal accounts belonging to Vaccaro, and a business account solely-owed by Mackaronis. Trolice and Vaccaro made similar false statements and omissions to investors in Vaccaro's companies.


http://Blog.QualityStocks.net/?cat=124

AdStar, Inc. announced today that they will be sourcing out to James Trolice of Trolice Consulting Services, which will work closely with AdStar in the strategic positioning of its mobile product offered in the marketplace, and enhancing sales and partnership opportunities in the wireless industry."James Trolice comes highly recommended to AdStar, and has extensive experience and success working with the major players in the wireless industry," stated Leslie Bernhard, president and chief executive officer of AdStar, Inc."My experience tells me that there is tremendous opportunity in the mobile space for AdStar's technology, and I am excited to be working with Leslie and her team to increase market penetration and drive revenues," stated James Trolice.


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